LPU Campus visit and the opportunity to interact directly with university officials is a hit among LPU Distance Education students as around 150 of them from Patran and Shahkot visited the campus on 19th July, 2014 and got oriented about various endeavors of the university in the field of higher and distance education.
Students interacted with officials of Directorate of Distance Education, got motivated to put their best and honest efforts in their career pursuits and shared their feedback on various technology enhanced features adopted by the university to facilitate their self learning.
Many of the visiting students also displayed their creative abilities when they presented their self composed musical and literary compositions. Students were taken around on the guided trip of the campus which made them note and appreciate many engineering and architectural marvels of LPU.
On his maiden visit to LPU, Harjinder Singh a B.A student was of the view that this one day visit to LPU campus has resulted into lots of learning and he was fascinated to see the 40 feet robot made of cars. B.A. students, Kiranjeet Kaur - a state level throwball player and Dalbir singh - a Kabbadi state player, were happy to know that LPU DE students get equal opportunities to participate in various national and international events at LPU. Shama, a B.Com student and Dilbagh Singh, an MBA student who is also an amateur rap singer, have also expressed their desire to make use of the extensive opportunities being extended to them.
Considering the affordability, accessibility and value added services being offered by LPU Distance Education programmes, this technology driven mode of the university is drawing the students from rural and urban areas alike.