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Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village, Punjab
Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village, Punjab
Address:Near Chaheru Railway Bridge
Hardaspur Village (District Kapurthala)
Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village is a recognised institute / college.
Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village is situated in Hardaspur Village of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Hardaspur Village comes under Phagwara Tehsil, Kapurthala District.
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Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village runs course(s) in Business Management stream(s).
Lovely Institute of Management is affiliated with Punjab Technical University PTU, Jalandhar (Punjab)
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Media coverage of Lovely Institute of Management, Hardaspur Village, Punjab
Printing error costs MBA aspirant seatJatinder Pal Singh, an MBA aspirant, has been knocking at the doors of Guru Nanak Dev University to get an MBA seat in one of its affiliated colleges for over a month but the faux pas by the university has left him high and dry.
Jatinder says he was allotted a seat in the RIMT Institute, Mandi Gobindgarh, while he had opted only for the Lovely Institute of Management and Technology, Jalandhar.
The university authorities had issued him wrongly-printed admission slip for the Mandi Gobindgarh institute and he learnt about this faux pas only after he had reached the Lovely institute to get admission to the MBA course.
He said he immediately rushed back and contacted the vice-chancellor. He, in turn, sought comments of the MBA admission coordinator asking him to intervene and report back. But to his dismay the authorities failed to correct the printing error and allot a seat at the desired institute, alleges Jatinder.
Vice-chancellor Jai Rup Singh had not only sought a report but also admitted that the university had committed a blunder in the case. Jatinder alleged that instead of providing him an alternate seat, the university authorities kept dilly-dallying. Jatinder alleges he has lost his seat and this has jeopardised his career.
When contacted, the VC said he had marked his application to coordinator Gurnam Singh and was not aware of the outcome. Examination coordinator Gurnam Singh said Jatinder Pal had wasted time in getting the error corrected and in the meantime seats at the Lovely institute had been filled.
Denying this, Jatinder said he had immediately brought the matter to the notice of the authorities but they failed to take timely action which cost him not only the seat but has also ruined his career.
Faculty development programme heldA faculty development programme was organised at the Lovely Institute of Management, in association with the Punjab Commerce and Management Association (PCMA), for teachers of different colleges in the state teaching business research. Twenty teachers from different universities and colleges were invited for participation.
Dr S.K. Singla, Head, Department of Business Management, Punjab Agricultural University, trained the participants in various statistical tools and techniques used in management research, including hypothesis testing and factor analysis. Dr M.A. Zaheer, Director, Synetic Business School, Ludhiana, shared various applied techniques to decrease cost and maximise profitability.
Mr Ashok Mittal, Director of Lovely Institutes, Professor S.S. Chatha, Principal of the Lovely Institute of Management, and Dr Prem Kumar, PCMA President, were present on the occasion.
PTU fest: DAVIET champion againFor the fourth time, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology (DAVIET) lifted the overall trophy at the PTU’s Inter-College (Final) Youth Festival (2005-06) which concluded here on Sunday.
Students from 34 institutes affiliated to Punjab Technical University in disciplines of Engineering, Pharmacy and Management took part in the festival.
The Lovely Institute of Management, host of the event, won seven prizes in the festival.
The competitions comprised classical dance, rangoli, folk song, group song, classical instrument, giddha, bhangra and miming.
The guest performance was by Vaibhav Mittal who played Indian classical music on a Spanish guitar.
Mr Avtar Henry, Minister for Food, Civil Supplies and Public Health (Punjab) was the chief guest on t he concluding day.
The minister distributed prizes to the winners.
Best research paper award for city teacherThe Lovely International Trust that organised a national seminar on “Globalisation — opportunities and threats for developing countries” at the Lovely Institute of Management, Jalandhar, awarded the ‘Best Research Paper Award’ to Prof Ashwani Bhalla of SCD Government College here along with Prof Harblas, who assisted Prof Bhalla in making the presentation, on Sunday.
Prof Ashwani Bhalla made a research-based presentation on “Globalisation and future of financial services in India”. It was widely appreciated by the experts. Interacting with the media today, Prof Bhalla said they had done analysis of growth of financial services in India in the post-liberalisation era and found that in the last decade financial services sector had witnessed total transformation in terms of growth, product innovation, outlook, style and range of services.
In Indian situation, the financial services sector had a vast scope to grow because in spite of growth of this sector, 60-80 per cent of enterprises and individuals in the country lacked access to basic financial services such as savings and credit. India could achieve 8-10 per cent growth rate if its financial regulatory bodies expanded financial services access to more and more enterprises and individuals. The research paper reviewed the quantitative and qualitative growth of financial services . The paper had also projected the future outlook of financial services in India in respect of customers demand regarding provision of services and range of services.
Around 60 research papers were presented by participants from prominent management institutes like Indian Institute of Management (IIM Indore), Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, NIT, Jammu, I,MS, Ghaziabad, FORE School of Management New Delhi.
Dr S.K. Salwan, Vice-Chancellor of Punjab Technical University, inaugurated the seminar and Dr. R.S. Khandpur, Chairman, Pushpa Gujral Science City, and Dr Sucha Singh Gill, a renowned economist and senior professor at Punjabi University, Patiala, were the key speakers.
Dr Raghbir Singh of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, and Dr Chandra Shekar from the Fore School of Management and member of the Board of Control of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmdabad, chaired the technical sessions.
Singing is in Navrajs bloodHis father is a Sufi singer par excellence. Navraj Hans — son of Hans Raj Hans — is following in his father s footsteps.
Navraj, a second year student of the Lovely Institute of Management, is the first prize winner of classical music in university-level contests held by Punjab Technical University this year. In ghazal singing, he won the first prize at college level and second prize at university level contests.
Likewise, his Indian group song team won the first prize in college contest and second in inter-college contest. Earlier also, he had bagged first prizes in solo folk song contests held at three different inter-college contests at Ludhiana.
Being just a novice in the field with hardly any training in music, he says he has a long way to go. "My father did not want me to pursue music. He said the profession took much time in riyaaz and shows. He told me that a singer was forced to sing with much passion and concentration even when sad," says Navraj.
"My passion for singing began when I was in a hostel in England to pursue a 64-week diploma in management at University of Birmingham. I felt that I was left all alone. I called up my dad and told him that I was very depressed there. He sent me 125 CDs of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and told me to listen to those. It was at that time that I developed love for music and started singing," he recalls.
But this budding singer does not want to confine himself to Sufi singing. In fact, he says he wants to be versatile — the way people want their singing stars to be. "I want to sing all kinds of songs," he says.
"I get up at 5 am and do riyaaz for an hour. Then I study a bit and go to college. At 4 pm, I again begin practising music and it sometimes continues till midnight. These days I am preparing three Punjabi songs sung by my dad for an annual function to be held in my college," he adds.
Wipro holds seminarWIPRO Infotech, in collaboration with Punjab Technical University and Lovely Institutes, organised a state-level seminar on "Technology Education - Look beyond" at Lovely Institutes auditorium on Wednesday.
Dr Sanjay Modi, Director of the Lovely Institute of Management, gave a warm welcome to all dignitaries and resource persons. In his keynote address, Mr N.S. Kalsi, Director and Secretary of Punjab Infotech and Communication Technology Corporation, Punjab Government, talked about various developments in the field of technology in the state.
Mr K.S. Vishwanathan, Vice-President, Wipro Infotech, gave a lecture on "Insights about the IT industry".
The Computer Associates gave a lecture on "Security management". A talk on "Latest computing trends" was delivered by Intel Inc. Mr Sandeep Gupt, Area Business Head, gave a vote of thanks.
Ludhiana students prefer big campusA study conducted by the faculty of the Lovely Institute of Management, Phagwara, found out that apart from academic strength, students prefer to join a professional college that has a big campus with a large techno-academic infrastructure.
The report says the students want to be part of a big campus for various reasons, the most prominent of which is that such a campus has more students and hence more interaction.
A majority of the students in small educational complexes are local-based and such institutes attract a few students from other states.They feel that small colleges do not attract good faculty and cannot retain it. Big companies do not visit small campus for job placements and at the most, invite applications only.
Professionals from big corporate houses show reluctance to visit small institutes. The study says that a big campus offers more facilities. Supervision of students and lack of facilities, are also some of the problems faced in relation to a small campus.
Most of the colleges of Ludhiana offering professional courses are not multi-disciplinary and the campus is in a few acres only, unlike universities and campuses where apart from such courses, institutes offer engineering , law, education and Pharmacy.
The students were of the opinion that small institutions are mostly syllabus-oriented and have less financial strength.
Most of the students opting for computer application and information technology change their streams after graduation as they do not feel satisfied with the practical training provided to them. The students are losing interest in MCA as is evident from the fact that not more than 100 students have opted for it.
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