Lovely Professional University is proud to announce that its Pro-Chancellor, Mrs. Rashmi Mittal, has been honoured as the ‘Most Influential Business Woman’ by the top magazine ‘CEO’. The award recognizes the achievements of business leaders who have made a significant impact in the business world and serve as an inspiration to others in the industry.

Mrs. Mittal, who is a well-respected business leader and entrepreneur, has been at the forefront of LPU’s growth and success. Under her leadership, the university has become one of the largest universities in India and has been recognized for its innovative programs, world-class facilities, and commitment to student success.

“I am honoured to receive this award and grateful to the magazine CEO for recognizing the contributions of women in business,” said Mrs. Mittal. “This award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the LPU team and I am proud to be a part of such a dynamic and forward-thinking organization.”

The CEO magazine is specially published for elite business leaders and decision-makers and serves as a platform for the exchange of ideas, best practices, and thought leadership in the business world. The ‘Most Influential Business Woman’ award is one of the magazine’s most prestigious awards and is a testament to Mrs Mittal’s contributions to the business community.

As Pro-Chancellor of Lovely Professional University, Mrs. Mittal is committed to providing students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in the global marketplace. She is also dedicated to promoting gender equality in the workplace and serves as a role model for women in business. Before this, Mrs. Rashmi Mittal has also been honoured with many national-level awards including Mother Teresa Award, Rashtriya Gaurav Award and more.

Starting her career at LPU as a lecturer, with an interest in administrative areas, Mrs. Mittal has been handling manifold departments of the University since 2002. With her inclusive style of working, academic interests, and clear-cut understanding of people’s skills and students’ psychology, she has risen to be the Pro-Chancellor of the university. The university is proud to have her as a leader and is confident that she will continue to make a positive impact on student’s life for many years to come.