Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Highlights of LPU DE participation in LPU'S mega cultural event Spectra 2017
LPU Distance Education students competed with regular students from various schools/ departments of Lovely Professional University and  won the hearts of the judges with their creativity in the field of  Fine Arts as Ms. Priya, an MBA student from Ludhiana, bagged first prize in Rangoli competition and Ms. Arundeep, a B.A. student from Amritsar got 3rd position in Poster Making competition.
 
LPU DE Students from places like Nakodar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Nurpur Bedi, Phagwara, Mandi Gobindgarh, Amritsar, Tanda, Ahmedgarh and Chandigarh participated in Spectra 2017 in various events like Rangoli, Cartooning, Poster Making, Photography, Spot Painting, Light Vocal, Western Vocal, Western Free Style, Folk Solo & Folk Group Dance events and mesmerised the audience with their performances. Students also participated in colourful cultural procession showcasing their talents.

Monday, 6 November 2017

LPU MBA Student wins Silver in Commonwealth Shooting Championship for India in Australia


Proving his shooting skills once again, MBA student oft Lovely Professional University, Amanpreet Singh won Silver Medal for India in 50m pistol event of the Commonwealth Shooting Championships in Gold Coast, Australia on 3rd November 2017. In a rare achievement, LPU student Amanpreet and two other Indian shooters, Prakash Nanjappa (Gold) & Jitu Rai (Bronze)  have swept away with all top 3 medals of the event by seeing Tri-Colour flying high for all three prestigious positions at the victory stand. Prakash won the coveted gold medal with a score of 222.4, while Amanpreet and Jitu settled for silver and bronze medals with scores of 222 and 201.9 respectively. Prior to this, Amanpreet has already pocketed two medals at ISSF (International Shooting Sports Federation) organized World Cup Shooting Championships. 

Since Amanpreet’s joining LPU it is his third great international victory. His studies at LPU has not only developed his personality but has also made him to work hard and hard than before. As this competition had the best shooters of the world in competition, this winning means much for a Police Officer’s son Amanpreet and he reveals his firm will to bring more glory to the nation through his shooting talent.

Belonging to Phillaur (Punjab), Amanpreet is indebted to all those who have always inspired, supported and guided him for this sport. He is also thankful to all of his teachers and fellow students at LPU who kept forwarding best wishes to him during the competitions he participated in.

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

LPU Student Amanpreet Singh wins bronze in 50m pistol at ISSF World Cup Final

Representing India, LPU student Amanpreet Singh shot his way to a bronze medal in the 50-metre pistol final in his maiden appearance in the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Final held at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Ranges, New Delhi during October 2017. 

An MBA student of Lovely Professional University, Amanpreet Singh held his nerve in the tense moments of the elimination round to make it to the top three, finishing with 202.2 points. Serbia’s Damir Mikec won the gold with a score of 229.3, while Ukraine’s Oleh Omelchuck took silver with 228 points in a low-scoring but thrilling final.

Amanpreet endured an up-and-down final, from shooting steady 10s and being in the top three, to falling to fifth and last at one point. The shooter, though, managed to pull off good scores when he really needed them. Right before the last elimination, he shot a steady 18.8 to make the top three as he was cheered on by a loud contingent of fans in Delhi. In total, he shot 10 and above five times in the final.
Earlier in the year, Amanpreet had clinched a silver medal in the same event of ISSF World Cup Stage 1.

"Considering that this is a World Cup Final with the best shooters in the fray, you can call this as my finest performance in shooting. I'm happy but score wise it's not great, so I need to improve on that," a pleased Amanpreet said.