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Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala, Punjab
Address:Hardaspur Village
Near Chaheru Railway Bridge
Hardaspur Village
Kapurthala (District Kapurthala)
Punjab, India



Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab is Sh. JDS Bedi, Mr. Manish Gupta.

Lovely Institute of Technology is situated in Kapurthala of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Kapurthala comes under Kapurthala Tehsil, Kapurthala District.

Fax # of Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab is 01824-240830.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab are 9872310004.

email ID(s) is Lovely Institute of Technology Kapurthala Punjab

Website of Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab is www.lovelyinstitutes.com.


Contact Details of Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1824-501202, 501203, 40833, 40700

Pharmacy Wing principal Dr. Monika Gulati Mobile no. 9915020408


Other colleges of Lovely Group, Jalandhar
Lovely Academy, Jalandhar
Lovely Professional University LPU, Jalandhar
Lovely Institute of Education, Jalandhar
Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village
Lovely Institute of Law, Phagwara


Courses

Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab runs course(s) in Business Management, Pharm stream(s).
D.Pharm
B.Pharm

Approval details: Lovely Institute of Technology is affiliated with Punjab State Board of Technical Education (PSBTE) and Industrial Training, Chandigarh (Punjab)

Profile of Lovely Institute of Technology

Amandeep adjudged best athlete
Amandeep Bhatti of Lovely Institute of Technology was adjudged best athlete for bagging three gold medals in as many events in individual category during Inter Institutes Sports Festival held on the premises of Lovely Educational Trust complex near here today. Earlier, the Vice-Chancellor of Punjab Technical University Dr S.K. Salwan formally inaugurated the sports festival.

BBA,BCA,MBA and MCA Courses (Admission Notice)
BTech and B Pharmacy Courses (Admission Notice)

Media coverage of Lovely Institute of Technology, Kapurthala Punjab, Punjab

Amandeep adjudged best athlete

Amandeep Bhatti of Lovely Institute of Technology was adjudged best athlete for bagging three gold medals in as many events in individual category during Inter Institutes Sports Festival held on the premises of Lovely Educational Trust complex near here today. Earlier, the Vice-Chancellor of Punjab Technical University Dr S.K. Salwan formally inaugurated the sports festival.

Engineering students find cure to wart virus

Two students from the Lovely Institute of Technology - Ankush and Kapil - have found a cure to wart virus, commonly leading to skin inflammations and injuries to gardeners and farmers.

The duo has invented a wart zapper circuit that eliminates the virus from the body of the victim in less than five minutes. The treatment of the malaise otherwise employs extensive use of nitrogen and other chemicals.

The whole process was not only lengthy but also tedious. But the two students have come forward with a circuit, which costs only Rs 69 and can be replicated in just three hours. With an electric shock of frequency of 21.41 hz, applied to the infected part of the body, the warts are removed within five minutes.

Both students are from the second-year batch of electrical and electronics engineering at the Lovely Institute of Technology.

Ankush said he had read about the virus in plus two and always wanted to find a solution to the malaise. He started with a project to find a lasting treatment for the physical disorder, in which he was guided by his mentor Vinit Sharma.

He explained that the low-frequency electric shock ruptures the nucleotide bonds of the circular DNA of the affected part of the body. This shatters the cell wall and the DNA becomes linear. This further leads to the discharge of unwanted material from the cell and hence the wart is treated.

Ashok Mittal, president, Lovely Institute, has congratulated the students on their feat and has assured that the management of the LIT would be generous with facilities to all students who dare to think out of box.

Tech feast on LIT campus

Scientific presentations and demonstrations, followed by an entertaining evening, marked the annual technical festival of Lovely Institute of Technology, “Gyan Manthan 07”. The chief guest of the day was Dr Pawan Kapoor, director, Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIO), Chandigarh. He delivered a guest lecture on the topic ‘convergence and synergy - a mantra to modern education’. “The future lies not in isolated pursuance of a field of science but in having a holistic approach towards technology oriented learning”, he said.

In the competition module, the participants demonstrated the best of their skills in various fields of engineering and technology. The major events in which the students participated, included micro developer, bug the bug, reincarnation, fast and furious, treasure hunt, core impact, mock parliament, mute vocals and lock horns. Project presentation was held throughout the day and working robots were put on display.

A major attraction of the day was road show was a spectacular stunt display by the Racing Rebel. The daredevils had the crowd up on their feet with their great precision and control. The slogan of the program was “domination of machine by man.”

Though the technology-related contests dominated the day part of the festival, the evening belonged to singer Sumitra Iyar..

Pharmacy toppers

Final-year students of B.Pharmacy from the Lovely Institute of Technology have grabbed top four positions in the examination conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University.

Jaspreet Kaur of the institute has scored 80.4 per cent marks to top the merit chart, closely followed by Gurdip Kaur and Jaspal Singh at second and third slot, respectively. While Gurdip has obtained 79.4 per cent marks, Jaspal has got 78.8 per cent marks. Aakash Kumar has stood fourth in the university with 78 per cent.

DAVIET tops fest

The DAVIET won five top slots in different cultural events today at the ‘PTU Inter-zonal youth Festival, 2005,’ organised by the Punjab Technical University at Lovely Institute of Technology here.

The results of different activities of the first day were declared today. Tarangini from DAVIET won the classical dance event, Keerat Kaur from GNDEC, Ludhiana, emerged as winner in the western vocal solo, PCTE Baddowal came first in group song western, MMIT Malout won one act play, Navtej Singh from BBSBCET, Fatehgarh Sahib, won classical vocal solo, Kunal Jhangi of DAVIET showed best performance in light vocal Indian, Ravinder Singh of LLRIET, Moga, won in rangoli event, Narinder of DAVIET won in clay modeling, Manpreet Verma of DAVIET displayed his best skills in cartooning, Kunal Jhangi of DAVIET bagged top honour in folk song, IET Bhaddal won quiz and Amrish Sharma emerged as the winner at first position in the spot painting.

Hands on approach encouraged at Lovely Institute of Technology

The aim is to produce successful technocrats who can be instrumental in bringing about the transformation of society, particularly in the countryside. And, the Lovely Institute of Technology here has made a mark for itself in the field of technical education by motivating budding technocrats to adopt developmental projects.

The institute, spread over 75 acres of land near the Jalandhar-Phagwara Road, has been a dream venture of Mr Ashok Mittal, Director of the Lovely International Trust. The institute lays maximum emphasis on providing requisite practical training to its budding technocrats to make them capable and competitive in the national as well as international industrial scenario.

The multidisciplinary institute has six departments -- engineering, pharmacy, architecture, paramedical sciences, management and diploma engineering. The institute offers a variety of degree courses, including those in electronics and communication engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, information technology, electrical and electronics engineering, pharmacy, architecture, planning, interior design, medical lab technology and management. Besides, it offers diploma courses in pharmacy, electronics and communication engineering, electrical and electronics, mechanical engineering and computer science.

According to the institute s authorities, it has the distinction of having a sustained record of excellence in academics. "Our students have been doing consistently well in the university examinations. We bagged four first positions, three second positions and nine third positions in the January 2004 university examination. Besides, we have 10 merit positions and 56 students have been placed in the first division," says Mr Mittal, who believes in motivating students to work for rural development.

Five hi-tech computer labs, an air-conditioned auditorium, well-catalogued library, audio-visual teaching aids - all are used to facilitate effective learning among the students, Mr Mittal maintains, adding that they are in the process of setting up an integrated e-system to keep the students as well as their parents informed about attendance, internal assessment and results through either SMS or dedicated telephone lines.

A career counselling and placement cell has been set up to train final-year students to prepare their resumes and improve their communication skills in an effective manner. "The cell primarily coordinates with national as well as multinational companies for campus recruitment of bright students. Besides, it maintains a complete record of the students and informs them regularly about the available job opportunities," reveals Dr Sanjay Modi, Director of the institute.

Most of the activities of the institute are primarily managed by the students themselves through self-managed students clubs. These clubs, which include Electro GenX, SOME (Society of Mechanical Engineers), Computer Science and IT Club, Cultural Club, Sports Club and NSS Club, regularly organise workshops, seminars, group discussions and sports activities.

The institute, according to its authorities, has adopted Chehru and Hardaspur villages. The students interact with villagers to impart information about the latest methods to save fuel, effective use of thresher and availability of the latest agricultural implements to save energy.

"We want our students to have a practical approach. They frequently interact with industrial houses and farming community to work on cost-effective solutions. Our pharmacy students have recently launched an awareness campaign in the adopted villages to promote cultivation of medicinal plants there," Mr Mittal maintains.

Amandeep adjudged best athlete

Amandeep Bhatti of Lovely Institute of Technology was adjudged best athlete for bagging three gold medals in as many events in individual category during Inter Institutes Sports Festival held on the premises of Lovely Educational Trust complex near here today.

Earlier, the Vice-Chancellor of Punjab Technical University Dr S.K. Salwan formally inaugurated the sports festival. The proceedings of the sports festival was dominated by Amandeep Bhatti, who won gold medals in three events- discus throw (boys), shot put (boys) and javelin.

In 400 m (Girls) event, Loveleen of Lovely Institute of Technology (LIT) bagged the first position, while Amandeep of Lovely Institute of Law (LIL) and Paramjit of Lovely Institute of Management (LIM) were adjudged second and third, respectively.

Damanpreet Kaur of Lovely Institute of Education (LIE) won the first position in discuss throw (Girls) event, while Jaya and Paramjit of LIT were declared second and third, respectively. The president of Lovely Educational Trust Mr Ashok Mittal said that the outstanding sportspersons would be given scholarships.

Results: 1500 m (boys): 1 Harbeer Singh (LIL), 2 Ajay Rana (LIT), 3 Amarjit Singh (LIT).

Discus Throw (boys): 1 Amandeep Bhatti, 2 Mohit Garg, 3 Aman Thapar.

Shot put (boys): 1 Amandeep Bhatti, 2 Sunil Dipit Vij, 3 Aman Thapar.

Shot put (girls): 1 Jaya 2 Rajwinder, 3 Suruchi.

Long Jump (boys): 1 Pankaj, 2 Sunny Passi, 3 Gurpreet Singh.

Triple Jump (boys): 1 Amritpal Khaira, 2 Prithpla Bal, 3 Munish.

Team event:

Volleyball: Lovely Institute of Technology.

Kho Kho: Lovely Institute of Technology.

Table Tennis: Lovely Institute of Law.

Badminton (boys): Lovely Institute of Management.

Badminton (girls): Lovely Institute of Technology.

Chess (boys): Lovely Institute of Pharmacy.

Chess (girls): Lovely Institute of technology.

Engineering students find cure to wart virus

Two students from the Lovely Institute of Technology - Ankush and Kapil - have found a cure to wart virus, commonly leading to skin inflammations and injuries to gardeners and farmers.

The duo has invented a wart zapper circuit that eliminates the virus from the body of the victim in less than five minutes. The treatment of the malaise otherwise employs extensive use of nitrogen and other chemicals.

The whole process was not only lengthy but also tedious. But the two students have come forward with a circuit, which costs only Rs 69 and can be replicated in just three hours. With an electric shock of frequency of 21.41 hz, applied to the infected part of the body, the warts are removed within five minutes.

Both students are from the second-year batch of electrical and electronics engineering at the Lovely Institute of Technology.

Ankush said he had read about the virus in plus two and always wanted to find a solution to the malaise. He started with a project to find a lasting treatment for the physical disorder, in which he was guided by his mentor Vinit Sharma.

He explained that the low-frequency electric shock ruptures the nucleotide bonds of the circular DNA of the affected part of the body. This shatters the cell wall and the DNA becomes linear. This further leads to the discharge of unwanted material from the cell and hence the wart is treated.

Ashok Mittal, president, Lovely Institute, has congratulated the students on their feat and has assured that the management of the LIT would be generous with facilities to all students who dare to think out of box.

Lovely Institute students excel

Students of the Lovely Institute of Technology have brought laurels to the institute by attaining top positions in Punjab Technical University this year.

Davinder Singh has stood first in BTech (IT), Neha Mahajan second in BTech (computer sciences) and Abhineet Kaur sixth in BTech (electronics and communications).

Amandeep Kaur has stood first in the PTU in (MCA) V semester. Sandeep Bhardwaj second in (MCA) I semester and Deepika Thakur sixth in (MCA) VI semester.

Students of the Institute have attained eight out of the top 10 ranks in Guru Nanak Dev University in I semester of LLB five years programme.

Pallavi has stood first , Manav second, Rajwinder Singh fourth, Upesh Khatter sixth and Isha seventh, while Kunal Guglani, Manish Bansal and Mohit Kapoor have attained eighth, ninth and tenth ranks.

In the I semester of three-year LLB course, Bharti Sharma has stood second, while Meenu and Sumit Sabharwal have shared the seventh position.

Fools Day virus

Fools’ Day seems to be going hi-tech this year for city residents. People have already started circulating virus-laden messages from their mobile phones to play pranks with their dear ones.

Many students from Regional Campus of Guru Nanak Dev University, Ladhewali, the DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology and the Lovely Institute of Technology said that they had received messages on their cell phones that interrupted the functioning of their mobile phone for quite some time on March 31.

Radha Sahni, a student of Guru Nanak Dev University regional campus, said that she received one such message from her friend this morning. “But when I tried to read it, I could not open it. Instead, the set got restarted automatically. I again surfed the message and tried to open it. The set got jammed once again and after a while it got restarted. Then I called up my friend and asked her and she told me that she was trying to make a fool of me on the eve of April 1,” she explained.

Since then Radha Sahni has sent as many as 20 messages of the kind to the friends in her circle. But she was fortunate enough to get the message from an acquaintance. However, Aneesha from the DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology had a hard time, as she got the message from an unknown number. “I was so confused that it did not strike my mind that I should call up on that number. I repeatedly tried to read the message and I thought that my cell phone had got damaged. I went to a cell phone repair shop where a technician put my phone chip in another set and was able to read it,” she said.

Aneesha said that she was told that it was in fact a trapdoom, which was a kind of virus that targeted a specific function of the mobile phone. She was also told that the message would only affect the functioning of 3315, 3310 and 55 mobile phone sets as it was set in a specific java programming that was used in those phones. The other sets were opening the message conveniently as they read, “Send this message to your friends who have 3315, 3310 and 55 phones”, she was told.

A BSNL expert said that he, too, had heard about the incident and discussed it with the officials but he said that nothing could be done to check it. He said that while the virus-infected e-mails could be scanned before use, there was no software to keep a track of virus that could hit the cell phones.

Seminar on career making

A ‘career-oriented seminar’ was held in New Senior Secondary School, Civil Lines, here today. Mr H.R. Singla, Director General of Lovely Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, was the chief guest. He addressed the students on ‘career building’ after passing school.

He said students could choose degree as well as diploma courses in different streams as there were a lot of fields. Mr Sunil Maria, president of the school, said the world was becoming competitive and everyone was in the rat race, hence the right choice of career assured importance.

He emphasised that parents and teachers had to play a very protective role in the overall development of the child for a worthy performance in the intensely competitive world of academic and careers.

Wrong papers

There were reports that “Engineering Drawing” paper of B.Tech (first semester) mechanical engineering course that was held on January 16 had been leaked. The university VC, Dr S.K. Salwan, said that he, too, had got a fax from a Mohali college half an hour before the paper was scheduled to be held. A probe into this had already been ordered, he said.

The students of B.Tech (electrical and electronics engineering) third semester Lovely Institute of Technology (LIT) had got a ‘wrong’ question paper on January 11. The question paper they had got was actually meant for the students of B.Tech (electronics and communication engineering). Students from other colleges, however, had attempted the ‘correct’ paper. The students of the LIT have since then been demanding that they be given grace marks for questions with a weightage of 40 marks that were out of syllabus.

The VC said the centre superintendent had made a mistake by distributing the same question paper to students of two streams.

Tech feast on LIT campus

Scientific presentations and demonstrations, followed by an entertaining evening, marked the annual technical festival of Lovely Institute of Technology, “Gyan Manthan 07”. The chief guest of the day was Dr Pawan Kapoor, director, Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIO), Chandigarh. He delivered a guest lecture on the topic ‘convergence and synergy - a mantra to modern education’. “The future lies not in isolated pursuance of a field of science but in having a holistic approach towards technology oriented learning”, he said.

In the competition module, the participants demonstrated the best of their skills in various fields of engineering and technology. The major events in which the students participated, included micro developer, bug the bug, reincarnation, fast and furious, treasure hunt, core impact, mock parliament, mute vocals and lock horns. Project presentation was held throughout the day and working robots were put on display.

A major attraction of the day was road show was a spectacular stunt display by the Racing Rebel. The daredevils had the crowd up on their feet with their great precision and control. The slogan of the program was “domination of machine by man.”

Though the technology-related contests dominated the day part of the festival, the evening belonged to singer Sumitra Iyar..

Students get patent on drill machine

The students of the mechanical engineering department of the Lovely Institute of Technology here have secured a patent for a Square Hole Drilling Machine indigenously devised by them.

Giving details, Mr Ashok Mittal, president of the institutes, said that while drilling was generally done to make round holes, cavities in the shape of square or rectangular were done by other methods such as broaching, slotting or punching.

He said the new method devised by the students was likely to help the users overcome the limitations of the previously existing methods and offer more advantages.

He added that it was the first project by students of Punjab Technical University which had got patented from Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) through the Punjab State Council of Science and Technology.

The students who have made it possible are Gurpreet Singh Heer, Ritesh Kumar Kaushik, Shekhar Singh Thakur, Vikram Rana, Ashok Kumar, Avineesh Sharma, Ajay Pal Singh, Ashish Katyal, Kuljit Singh, Preet Kanwal Singh, Gurdeshbir Singh and Gurpreet Singh Virk.

PTU students get wrong question paper

Students of B.Tech (electrical and electronics engineering), third semester, from the Lovely Institute of Technology were in for a shock when they received a “wrong” question paper of Electronics Device and Circuits from Punjab Technical University this morning.

The 32 students in the batch said they got a question paper that was “actually meant for the students of B.Tech (electronics and communication engineering).”

The students said that while the code of their subject was 207, they had to attempt a paper that had the code number 201.

The students said that even as the syllabi of the two courses had some commonality, some topics were entirely different. As a result, they said, 20 marks questions out of the total of 60-mark question paper were out of the syllabus.

They said that when they raised hue and cry, their faculty talked with the authorities of the Punjab Technical University.

The students said they were then told to attempt whatever they could. “This us jittery and even as we answered whatever we could, we were quite apprehensive about our result.”

The students said the Mathematics-3 paper that they had got on January 6 had many questions with wrong statements and incomplete data.

They are now demanding that they be given grace marks for the “errors” for which the university is responsible.

They said if this was not done, they might have to “resort to strike”.

Dr Siby John, Controller of Examination and Dean (Examinations), was not aware of the complaint, as no one from the institute had called him up.

He said that while subject codes were different at times, the syllabi still were the same. He added that in many cases, the syllabus of a course common for two streams had little difference.

He said that in case it was found that the students had been put to any disadvantage, their paper would be separately evaluated and they would be given marks accordingly.

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