Which is better for BCOM: Lovely Professional University or Chandigarh University?

1 Answer

Aniket Atul Mahulikar Jan 11, 2021

Both Lovely Professional University (LPU) and Chandigarh University (CU) offer good placements. But LPU offers better infrastructure and facilities. You will have more exposure through internships, workshops, guest lectures, industrial visits at LPU. 

Following are the reasons why one should go for Lovely Professional University (LPU).

Infrastructure: LPU is rated AA+ for infrastructure. The campus has shopping malls, refreshment centers, 1300+ CC cameras, indoor transportation. The university has the largest accommodation in the world for a private institute.

Faculty: The faculties at the institute are highly qualified. 

Programs Offered: There are more than 2500 students pursuing their studies in different schools. The institute offers 200+ programs in Management, Architecture, Hotel Management, Computer Applications, Commerce, Design, Science, Pharmacy, Performing Arts, Animation, Language, Fine Arts, Films, Microbiology, Biotechnology, and many more branches.

Quality of Education: In terms of ranking and accreditation, LPU gives competition to many old and reputed universities. The ‘ThinkBig’ concept and innovative curriculum is the reason behind that.


  • According to the statistics of recent years, 800+ recruiters hire from LPU.
  • More than 200 companies offer dream packages.
  • More than 110 recruiters that hire from IITs/IIMs/NITs also hire from LPU.
  • The overall highest CTC offered for LPU is 42 LPA. The highest stipend received by students is 80,000.

The specific placement details for Bcom at LPU are as follows.

Highest CTC


Average CTC

4-5 LPA

Important Visits: The personalities like Prime Minister of India, President of India, Vice President of India, Finance Minister of India, and many other famous and prominent personalities such as The Dalai Lama and the President of Mauritius have visited the campus of LPU.

LPU is definitely the better option with industry-oriented academics, a practical-based curriculum, corporate culture, and better placements.