SRINAGAR- As part of the G-20 celebrations, the Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) organised multiple activities across Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.
In Pulwama, a Kho Kho tournament for U-19 athletes was inaugurated by Deputy Commissioner Pulwama, Basharat Qayoom at Women’s Degree College Pulwama in presence of college principal Dr. Yasmeena Farooq and DYSS officers.
Similarly, as part of the G-20 awareness programme, a mega Cycle Race was organised by DYSS Office Srinagar, Zone Amirakadal. The contingent was flagged off from Flour Mill Balhama and culminated at BHSS Khonmoh wherein more than 150 participants took part.
DYSS Zone Chandoosa organised a Road Race in boys’ category in which more than 100 students took part. The road race was flagged-Off by worthy SHO Chandoosa. The run was started from Galibal Mode and to culminated at BMS Chandoosa. Students from 25 schools (govt. and private) took active part in the event.
DYSS Officer Baramulla inaugurated Provincial Level Inter District Hand Ball Boys U-19 Competition here at Indoor Sports Stadium Baramulla.
ZPEOs of different sports zones of the District and Manager Sports Council Baramulla were also present at the inaugural ceremony of the event.
In Kupwara, DYSS successfully organised an Inter-Zonal District Level and Inter School Zonal Level competitions in various disciplines.
Inter School Zonal Level Competitions are also underway at the zonal headquarters. Thursday’s program featured Road Race, Badminton, Tenikoit, Rope Skipping, and Yoga, which were conducted at various venues throughout the district.
YSS Anantnag also organized a bulk of events at different Zonal Levels. In these events, Zone Qazigund organised a rally with the theme of Anti-Drug Rally. This Rally was flagged off by Principal GHSS Qazigund Peer Sajad Hussain in the presence of Zonal Physical Education Officer Qazigund from GHSS Qazigund.
Zonal Office Mattan also organized various events in Volleyball, Kabaddi and Kho-Kho at Sports Stadium Mattan.
DYSS Budgam organised Padyatra at zone Soibugh Block Waterhail, which started at Sholipora and concluded at Aabadpora.
Follow this link to join our WhatsApp group: Join Now
Be Part of Quality Journalism
Quality journalism takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce and despite all the hardships we still do it. Our reporters and editors are working overtime in Kashmir and beyond to cover what you care about, break big stories, and expose injustices that can change lives. Today more people are reading Kashmir Observer than ever, but only a handful are paying while advertising revenues are falling fast.
Comments are closed.