· AnshuJamsenpa fulfilled her promise of carrying LPU Logo atop along with herhistoric climbing attempt
· Rays oflight on LPU Logo symbolize dawn that dispels darkness of ignorance &ushers in knowledge through education
· Anshu hadvisited LPU Campus in 2015 to celebrate annual cultural fest ‘One India’ and toinspire girl-students
· The theme ofthe fest was “Maa Tujhe Salaam” to venerate renowned women achievers of Indiapropagating women-empowerment
· “Women should always followself-discipline, self-motivation, positive attitude and social responsibility”:were the all-time motivating words of Mrs Anshu, then
Jalandhar: Mrs Anshu Jamsenpa of Arunachal Pradesh has recently created a newhistory of climbing the world’s highest peak Mount Everest twice within fivedays. Not only India but the entire world is also celebrating this great featof hers, and Lovely Professional University is doubly joyous as its ‘Logo’ wasalso atop along with on her front-wear. Rays of light on LPU ‘Logo’ symbolizedawn that dispels darkness of ignorance & ushers in knowledge througheducation. Entire LPU community is feeling very honoured and proud on being agreat part of this historic moment, when Anshu waved ‘Tricolour’ of India forher rare achievement, while wearing LPU Logo in and on her heart. Illustrative,LPU logo reinforces LPU’s resolve to become the “Sun of Knowledge” toilluminate, energize and empower people across the globe.
In theyear 2015, Mrs Anshu had visited LPU Campus to celebrate annual cultural fest‘One India’. The theme of the fest was “Maa Tujhe Salaam” on women-empowermentto venerate women achievers of India. She was then honoured for her first ‘doubleascent’ of Mt Everest in 10 days in the year 2011 and her third successfulattempt two years later in 2013. Scores of other renowned women achievers ofIndia were also invited along with her for honouring them and sharing theirvalour to further inspire all women-folk at LPU & around the world.
Feelingelated on the way LPU is transforming education and India, Mrs Anshu had thenpromised to wear LPU Logo during her next ascent on the 29,029 ft highest peakof the world. She has now fulfilled her promise, which is visibly evident tothe world. She had also guided LPU women to “always followself-discipline, self-motivation, positive attitude and social responsibility”.Mrs Anshu Jamsenpa’s husband and president of All Arunachal PradeshMountaineering and Adventure Sports Association, Tsering Wange had alsoaccompanied her then.
Congratulating Mrs Anshu for a record feat andmaking LPU & India proud, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal says: “Thisachievement of Mrs Anshu is a tribute to all the women of India who keep oncontributing not only to their families but also work illustriously to write anexclusive story of their own for the world to read and follow. We are alsoextremely thankful to her for her generosity in favouring and preferring LPU toglow along with her on the top pinnacle of the world. I am also happy tounderline through Mrs Anshu how an Indian woman performs the best, from being asimple homemaker to an eminent leader.”