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JammuInter School District – level U/19 Sports competition in Ramban

Inter School District – level U/19 Sports competition in Ramban


NL Corresspondent


Ramban, Sept 3: The Department of Youth Services and , Ramban   has organized a series of exhilarating sports activities as part of the Annual calendar.

The events showcased the energy and enthusiasm of the youth, further promoting the spirit of sportsmanship and healthy competition.

In continuation to the same,  2-day Inter School District level Competitions for Boys and Girls u/19 in the discipline Kabaddi, Kho Kho, Chess, Carrom, Volleyball & Tug-of-war was conducted here at District Police Lines.

District Youth Sports and Officer Dharam Veer Chib inaugurated the competitions along with the other field officials of the district. A huge number of students from Government and private schools participated in the mega event.

The competition witnessed the participation of talented individuals, with 292 students on the first day of the competition. The 2nd day witnessed the competitions of Carrom, Chess, Kho Kho, Kabaddi, Volleyball & Tug-of-war for the U- 19 boys representing 6 zones of the district.

The young players displayed exceptional skills and determination throughout the event, which culminated with a grand medal ceremony, felicitating the meritorious student players for their outstanding performances by the dignitaries.



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