Valedictory Function Of Inter-College Volleyball Tournament Held At GCoE

Srinagar- The valedictory function of the Inter-College Volleyball and Table Tennis Tournament organised by the Department of Physical Education, Govt. College of Education, IASE, M.A. Road was held on Tuesday.

Prof. Quyyum Husain, Vice Chancellor, Cluster University Srinagar was the Chief Guest of the event.

 Special Guest of the event was Prof. Tariq Ashai, Secretary Sports, Cluster University, Srinagar.

The Vice Chancellor in his Presidential Address emphasized the significance of sports as an integral part of curriculum. He also highlighted the role of sports in building various life skills from teamwork to leadership to discipline. His words served as a source of inspiration to all the students.

Prof. Tariq Ashai, in his special address also encouraged the students to be a part of all sports activities and acquainted the students how sports can prevent drug abuse and can help reach fitness goals.

Earlier, the guests were welcomed by Prof. Seema Naz, Principal of the host college. She encouraged the participants to ensure their participation in future activities by emphasizing that winning the game is not important however playing the game is.

Mohd. Ayoub, Physical Director of the college summated the whole score of the tournament wherein it was informed that GDC, Bemina won both the Trophies in Volleyball and Table Tennis (Doubles)

The College Cultural Committee along with the students had organized a prayer under the dynamic mentorship of Prof. Gurmeet Kour.

Later, Trophies and Medals were distributed among the winning and runner up teams. Officials working in various capacities from the department of Youth Service and Police were thanked for executing their duties efficiently.

The programme was moderated by Prof. Rubeena Khateeb and Prof. Goussia Nissar was the rapporteur of the event.

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