Our youth talented enough to excel on international stage: Dir YSS


Srinagar—Director Youth Services and Sports Shiekh Fayaz Ahmed Tuesday inaugurated the State Level Inter-Division Championship in Kho Kho for Boys and Girls at Degree College Baramulla, a statement from DYSS’ media department said.

According to the statement, Fayaz said that Kashmiri youth had enough potential to showcase their talent at international level.

Director YSS appreciated the efforts of those employees of the Department who have taken the mass participation of students in games and sports as a challenge and who encourage the young school children to take active part in newly introduced games as well.

Shiekh Fayaz Ahmed who was chief guest on the occasion also highlighted the need of good infrastructure for nurturing sports talent of School Children and assured that every step will be taken in providing every possible facility to the talented youngsters of the state. Fayaz stressed upon the field staff of Youth Services and Sports Department to take their duties as a mission only then one can think of seeing our young boys and girls shining in the international events of games and sports in the days to come.

The tournament is being organized by Department of Youth Services and Sports for the three age groups of U/14, U/17, U/19 and 6 teams in each boys and girls category shall take part in the tournament.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Mohamad Qasim, Joint Director (Kashmir) Department Of Youth Services and Sports Department Bashir Ahmad, CMO Baramulla Dr Bashir Ahmad Chalkoo, DYSSO Baramulla Khurshid Tariq Ahmad and other senior functionaries of the Civil and Police administration were also present in the inaugural function of the tournament.

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