Srinagar- The first ever Inter-Department women’s cricket tournament concluded at the University of Kashmir on Friday.
Ten teams from various departments and centers of the main and satellite campuses participated in the tournament, organized by the Directorate of Physical Education and Sports (DPES).
The final match was played between the Department of Computer Sciences and the Department of Persian, where the Department of Computer Sciences emerged as winners of the first trophy. The team from the Persian Department emerged as the runner ups.
Speaking at the prize-distribution ceremony, KU Registrar Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir, who was the chief guest, called upon female students to continue participating in different games, and highlighted different sports facilities coming up in the university.
Prof Aneesa Shafi, Dean Students Welfare, who was a guest of honour, expressed her happiness to see active participation of girls in the cricket tournament.
Coordinator DPES Dr Mussavir Ahmad, under whose supervision the tournament was conducted, spoke about the upcoming sports events at the university.
The tournament was coordinated by KU cricket coaches, Sakina and Amjad.
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