Almost a majority of today’s millennial generation has heard of the movie, “The Pursuit of Happiness” by Gabriel Muccino. The film stars Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith, in search of happiness. Similarly, about 80% of the late 90s and early 20s born people are currently in search of knowledge. Happiness is not something you can buy in the market. One may buy elements that can give happiness but not happiness itself.

TPK 1The phenomenon of waking up every day to go on monotonous routine can be quite tiresome. However, if we are given the liberty to work on what we have a passion for, then everyone would be doing it gleefully. As they say, “do what you love and you’ll never work a single day“. It means that when you are learning or working on the things you love and have a passion for, you will not feel the burden of working hard.

In a country like India, where a student is pressurized by family, relatives, and peers to follow their dreams and aspirations and not the student’s itself. In such a scenario, universities like Lovely Professional University is setting new benchmarks in the field of education. Limiting a student’s capabilities to a classroom is only hindering their true potential. The academic curriculum of LPU is not only maintained to educate a student but to make him/her truly knowledgeable. Students can choose open elective/minor courses from various other departments, which helps in their holistic development.TPK 2Moreover, the happening lifestyle of LPU presents all the students with the platform and ample opportunities to showcase their talent and hidden skills. One can see a Mechanical Engineering student anchoring for a rock concert or one can witness students from Computer Application working on a short film or modeling projects. These examples show why Lovely Professional University is emerging as the best private university in India.