Awantipora: Inter Departmental Employees Table Tennis Tournament 2020 organised by Directorate of Physical Education and Sports, Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) concluded here on Thursday.
The Final Match was played between Prof. A. H. Moon, Dean School of Engineering and Technology & Zahoor Ahmad, Lab Assistant, Dept. Of Physics. The match was thrilling and electrifying during which . Zahoor Ahmad won by 3:1 Sets. Vice Chancellor IUST, Prof. Mushtaq A Siddiqi was Chief Guest and Registrar IUST, Prof. Naseer Iqbal was Guest of Honour on the occasion.
While addressing the participants and spectators at the closing ceremony, Prof. Siddiqi lauded the efforts of the Directorate of Physical Education and Sports for conducting such tournaments for the University Employees. Such type of activities definitely reduce the Psychological depression of employees during tough times like Covid-19 and definitely energizes and restores their natural rhythm”, he added.
Speaking on the occasion Prof. Naseer congratulated all the participants and encouraged them to participate in such activities. He assured all the possible support to the sports department for conducting such activities in future also. Sameer Wazir (Chairman Sports Committee/ Finance Officer) was also present on the occasion.
Dr. Hilal Ahmad Rather Assistant Director welcomed the Chief Guest and thanked all the participants for their participation in the said event. Dr. Hilal assured that Directorate will always organise such events for boosting employee’s morale. The other dignitaries present on the occasion included Assistant Registrar, Javid Ahmad Khan, faculty from various Departments, Altaf Hussain Shah and Majid Nazir Mukhdoomi (Sports Assistants).
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