MOU Signing Ceremony

Virtual MOU Signing Ceremony

Mou signing ceremony hosted by LPU

Mrs. Supriya Mathews ( Deputy Director-International Affairs)
Mr. Aman Mittal ( Director - International Affairs)

Para Athletic Event

Para Athletic Event conducting by LPU 2019-20


Upcoming Events

Curriculum development strategy meeting for selected modular courses

(DEC 2021)

Designing of training programs.

(JUNE 2021- SEPT 2021)

Sport club’s creation

(JUNE 2021 – DEC 2021)

Training of selected teachers in Europe and Asia

(JULY, SEPT, NOV 2021)

Training on VLE by UNIC

(SEPT, NOV 2021)

About Project

This project is a part of ERASMUS+ program titled “Sport and physical education as a vehicle for Inclusion and Recognition in India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka / SPIRIT”.

The project tries to address two existing problems in the 3 partner countries involved (Sri Lanka, India and Indonesia): 1. Growing chronic noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) have emerged as a huge global health problem in low- and middle-income countries. The magnitude of the rise of NCDs is particularly visible in Southeast Asia where limited resources have been used to address this rising epidemic.

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Project Objectives


Identifying Best Practices

To collect the EU and Asian best practices in inclusive practice using sport as a medium


Course Development & Training

To develop a curriculum and training program for teachers that enhances inclusion, diversity, tolerance and healthy lifestyles and nutrition


Lifelong Learning

To develop lifelong learning (LLL) programs for trainers, coaches, sports clubs and local communities.


Sports Club Creation

To create sport club units within each higher education institution (HEI) that promote inclusion through student sport activities and volunteerism


Awareness Activities

To raise awareness of the activities in the project as a model for enhancing inclusive education and healthy lifestyles among local society and students


Sports Practice and Network

To create local communities of practice and network of sports as a vehicle for inclusive education.


Inclusive University Guidelines

To develop guidelines for inclusive universities in India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

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