LPCPS never leaves any stone unturned when it comes to serve the nation. From inculcating good values in students to celebrating national festivals. LPCPS wishes you all a very Happy Republic Day.
Debate organized by National Fertilizers Ltd. on "Public Participation in promoting integrity and eradicating Corruption". Winners are:- First - Pawan Singh BCA 1 Second - Ananya Mishra BSc 1 Third - Shreya Asthana BAJMC 1 Consolation - Anmol BCom 2nd year Rishikesh BSc 1 Congratulations to all participants.
"National Youth Day" ; A day celebrated to remember the works of Swami Vivekanand. A day to motivate the youth of nation towards their duty and towards the country. LPCPS celebrated the National Youth Day, where a short film was shown to the students to throw light on the life of Great Swami Vivekanand. Students were also informed about digital payments; a step towards cashless society.
Tejaswa Prakash, student of B. Com. (Hons.) V semester, participated and secure GOLD (FIRST PRIZE) in U. P. State Grappling Championship 2016 organized by U. P. State. College feel proud on Tejaswa Prakash and wishes a bright future ahead.
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" A few games were organized for the students to cheer up their sporting spirit. Winners of the events are- Musical chair girls- Uma BBA 4th sem Musical chair Boys - Ajeet BBA 2nd sem One leg race girls - 1st Rangoli BBA 4th 2nd Shreya BJMC 2nd 3rd Priya patel Bcom H 2nd Boys winners- 1st Ajeet BBA 2nd 2nd Mayank BBA 4th 3rd Shubham Naresh BBA 4th Bullock Cart Race 1st Samarth and Siddharth Bcom 3rd year 2nd Vaibhav and Mayank BBA 4th sem Many congratulations to you all
Celebrated Constitution Day, also known as Samvidhan Divas, on 26 November to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India. On this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950. The Government of India declared 26 November as Constitution Day on 19 November 2015 by a gazette notification. The Faculty and Students of LPCPS took a pledge to perform 11 responsibilities and duties written in Constitution of India; briefly explained by Dean Sir during the program.
Real pleasure lies in giving. Helping those in need is yet another value we follow, a culture that we imbibe in our students to make them a responsible citizen of Nation. For the same cause Dean Sir, Faculty members and Students of LPCPS distributed more than 5000 clothes to those in need in a social welfare event named "Arpan" organized on 24 December, 2016. "Charity begins at home"
#XeniuM_2k19 commenced on 18th of January with a grand marching ceremony in which all the participating colleges actively took part and represented their colleges with flags and branch names. The ceremony was hosted by LPCPS and the chief guest wished warm luck to all the participating colleges. The first day was given for the sports events like football , shot-put..javelin throw etc.
19th January was the second day of #XeniuM_2k19. From this day the the cultural events started like group dance in which team from different colleges took part. A Nav Devi Vandana act and a Ganesh Vandana was beautifully performed by the students Of LPCPS which compelled the audience to tap there feet along with the beat. The event was taken forward with the group dance the theme was to show different western dance forms. And. The Audience got a chance to witness some fantastic dance performances.
LPCPS organized 2 days free of cost Hardware Training for final year students. In this session Mr. Vivek Singhore and Mr. Luvkush Singh explained various practical aspects of assembling a Personal Computer and Laptop with troubleshooting to the students.
Training given by YoScholar.com to the selected students of LPCPS. YoScholar.com is a brand of “Agrim Education Services Private Limited which is #India’s #first online one-stop school shop, dedicated solely to cater to needs of students.
LPCPS students of Department of Journalism and Mass communication attended State of the State Conclave organised by India Today Group on Friday with key speaker including CM Uttar Pradesh and other prominent members from administration.
A workshop on ethical hacking was organised for the students of BCA at college auditorium on 13 Feb, 2017.
As a part of Corporate Social Responsibility, LPCPS has organized a blood donation camp today at its own campus and a number of people turned up for the cause. Donating blood only enhances the blood development process of the body and metabolism work more fluently. Be a donor and always be a saviour whenever you get a chance to do.
"Old age is like climbing a mountain, you climb from ledge to ledge, the higher you get, the more tired and breathless you become, but your views become more extensive." With this, we the LPCPS family were obliged to bring a smile on hundreds of faces through the donation drive. The donation drive was an initiative by the students of LPCPS as a tribute and honour to their teachers on the occassion of Teacher's Day. Faculty and students both were successful in carrying out the donation drive at an "Missionaries of charity" old age home, where we gifted some daily need stuff to the people. It was a heart touching moment to see 100 smiles at one time. Picture Credit - Aman Anand Caption Credit- Aditri Upadhyay
Subham Naresh, student of BBA III semester, won 4th NCC National Games 2016. College feel proud on Shubham Naresh and wishes a great future ahead.
The place where you study should always be in such a way that it emits positive vibes for the all-round development of pupils. A soft board decoration competition was organized on Saturday to inculcate the habit of creativity among students. The best part was to see the fullest participation and dedication of the students. Everyone gave the best. Congratulations to all those who participated. The winning classes are- 1st - BJMC 2nd sem 2nd - BBA 4th sem 3rd - BBA 2nd sem Amongst the galleria Ground Floor softboard was the best. LPCPS wishes you all
Special class by RJ Rekha on the topic "Radio for beginners" and "journalism as a profession" for BAJMC students.
Special class on Creative Writing and Crime Reporting was organized for the students of BJMC on 19th January 2017. Guest Lecturer: Mohd. Nadeem Siddiqui, profound media person and author of ‘Anonymous Ishq’