In an attempt to raise the standards of technical education, Lovely Professional University (LPU) is strengthening its engineering programmes by ensuring a good record of campus placements. With a focus on quality education and unique curriculum, LPU attracts students from different regions of the country.
The unique and niche programmes offered by the university including Automobile, Mechatronics and Oil & Petroleum Engineering have been one of the highlights of LPU. With a focus on quality education, LPU provides its students an opportunity to work with some of the best organizations in the world.
The skilled students of LPU are currently working with some of the biggest tech giants including Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, etc. with lucrative salary packages reaching up to Rs. 1 crore. Amongst the other companies that hire from the institute are Cognizant, Infosys, Tech Mahindra and various other consulting firms.
Talking about the engineering programmes offered at the university, LPU Chancellor, Mr. Ashok Mittal said that the aim of these courses is to set new benchmarks in the fields of academics, research as well as industry.
With the help of its industrial collaborations, LPU aims to provide industry-level engagement to its students in order to prepare them for the industry. To enhance the scope of learning the university has started industry collaborations with firms like Cisco, Google, Oracle, Microsoft, SAP, etc.
The university also assists its students with entrepreneurial projects to help them understand the latest trends in the technology domain. Emphasis is given to decision-making skills and instilling leadership qualities. LPU also provides opportunities for industrial internships with prominent firms to diversify the knowledge of its students and provide them with hands-on experience.
LPU encourages its students to indulge in practical work to understand their field better. Mechanical engineering students of the university are involved in creating solar, driverless, hybrid and mobile operated cars. Similarly, computer applications & engineering students work on mobile apps while Electrical & Electronics students work on drones.
The university also encourages interdisciplinary collaboration and has shortlisted a team of engineering students that will be participating in a NASA Challenge organised at the US Space and Rocket Center.