Host districts directed to make all necessary arrangements well in advance: Gazanfar Ali
JAMMU- The Department of Youth Services and Sports is all set to organise inter district competitions of YSS Cup 21 in the disciplines of Kho-Kho, Kabaddi and Volleyball under phase 1st.
The UT level competitions in all the three games are expected to start from 29th of the current month till 2nd April 2022 as per the schedule annexed.
Pertinently the Cup was declared Open in a well attended function at Khel Gaon Nagrota Jammu on December 16 last year by the Principal Secretary to Govt. Youth Services and Sports Department J&K Alok Kumar along with Director Sports Gazanfar Ali.
Nearly 9076 Panchayat/ Block teams drawn from all twenty districts of the Union territory in four sports disciplines namely Cricket/Kabadi/Kho-Kho and Volleyball were registered for this historic and first of its kind sports extravaganza.
As per an official communiqué, Director YSS has directed all the DYSSOs of J&K to deploy their teams well in time under proper escort of the game knowing officials for taking part in the inter district level competitions being organized by the department at different venues.
"The Host districts are directed to make all the necessary arrangements of venues, equipment, transport, boarding-lodging and arrangements of refreshment for the smooth conduct of the competitions," the communiqué reads. "The Joint Director Kashmir, Deputy Director (Directorate) and Assistant Director Jammu of the Department have been directed to monitor the activities personally and ensure that preferably NIS qualified technical staff is engaged for the smooth conduct of the competitions,” the communiqué added.
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