LPU is delighted to announce the launch of the third edition of its bi-annual magazine “Invision”. The magazine completes the pinpoint motto of “for the students and by the students“. It is the consequence of the aggregate endeavors done by the individuals from the Student Organization Cell, Division of Student Welfare, Lovely Professional University.

Invision, as referenced, is a bi-annual magazine by Student Organisation Cell, DSW, LPU. It intends to provide an interactive and engaging platform for students to showcase the diverse and insightful campus life. We are well aware of how the previous editions were adored and all the appreciation they received from everyone. The contemporary edition includes a lot of augmentations.

INVISION a Bi-Annual Magazine of LPU

Invision’s third release which is the current update features Neeraj Chopra and Manpreet Singh on the cover along with certain mentions of the inner context. The magazine comprises a total of 190 plus pages. The content of the magazine incorporates a sneak peek at the events and mesmerizing recollections. There are a few delightfully custom-fitted articles along with some generic questions covering almost every sphere. Life lessons, are carefully stuffed in between the words is available on every page, but one is required to figure them out. In addition to that, it holds various pieces from various guests and faculties.

INVISION a Bi-Annual Magazine of LPU

The launch for the 3rd edition was aired on 7th February on the Facebook handle of the Division of Student’s Welfare. In the session, we got the chance to interact with Mr Sourabh Lakhanpal, Head of Student Welfare Wing, who was the guest of honour and Mrs Rashmi Mittal ma’am who was our chief guest for the event. Both of them gave us astounding feedback which would be helpful in further enhancing the content.  Mr Akash Rathour, a faculty from the School of Fashion cited that he was already very impressed with the length and breadth of the previous two issues of the magazine and he is very certain that this update will not botch the chance of doing so once again. Some of the students including the founder of the student organisation Oasis and a member of SOC expressed gratitude towards the faculties and appreciated the work atmosphere in the SOC itself. Sudeshna Chakraborty, the editor in chief mentioned the support provided to them by Nitin Sir, Head of Division of student affairs, and Karishma Ma’am.

This magazine has assisted students with presenting their viewpoints, improving their abilities, learning and rehearsing new stuff. At times we see that launching a magazine is oversimplified which in actuality, is not. Behind the success of the magazine lies the hard work of a team which in here are all the members of SOC plus the mentors who provided them with a lot of on-track support. This piece of literature is meant to add a little more optimism and have a good influence on the reader’s life. Also for some, it would be a sneak peek at what university life feels like.

Here is the link which will direct you to the Invision’s soft copy: