IUST VC’s Employees Cricket Tournament Concludes


School of Health Sciences wins title

AWANTIPORA: School of Health Sciences led by Dr. Rais Ahmad Ganai won the 2nd Vice Chancellor's Employees Cricket tournament by beating School of Humanities & Social Sciences led by Dr. Shanawaz Mantoo. The week-long tournament organised by the Directorate of Physical Education IUST began on 27th of last month.

Chief Guest, Registrar IUST Prof. Naseer Iqbal who captained one of the teams of the tournament, expressed his satisfaction over the successful completion of the tournament which contributed to a sporting fervour within the University and a received lot of appreciation.

He also acknowledged the active support of media in highlighting this significant event.

Assistant Director Physical Education, Dr. Hilal Ahmad Rather who was the main organiser of this tournament while presenting the final proceedings said, “This is for the first time that such a mega event for employees have been organised at IUST in which more than 120 employees took part. The aim of the tournament was to curtail the psychological stress caused due to Covid-19 pandemic.” This initiative has been applauded by the Vice Chancellor, Registrar, staff and students of the university. Dr. Hilal further added that more such programs are starting very soon for students of University as well.

During the presentation ceremony, Man of the Match award was given to Tabashir Bashir from the School of Health Sciences team and Man of the Series was given to Dr. Showkat Hussain Bhat from BVOC team.

Others present on the occasion were Chairman Sports Committee and Finance Officer IUST Sameer Wazir, Associate Dean School of Humanities and Social Sciences Dr. Munejah Khan, Principal Alamdar Memorial College of Nursing & Medical Technology Prof. Mehmooda Regu, I/C Director ITSS Dr. Kaiser Javeed Giri, Media Advisor to HVC Dr. Monisa Qadiri and Deans/Heads of various Schools/Departments. Besides others varsity staff/students also graced the occasion.

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