OVERALL ATHLETIC TROPHY AT PAU ATHLETIC MEET

OVERALL ATHLETIC TROPHY AT PAU ATHLETIC MEET

OVERALL ATHLETIC TROPHY AT PAU ATHLETIC MEET

By / Sports News / Wednesday, 14 February 2018 07:20

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The College of Agriculture of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) lifted the overall athletic trophy (Men and Women) on the concluding day of the 52nd Annual Athletic Meet at PAU. The College of Home Science was adjudged as the best in the march past. In addition, Sahejdeep Singh Sran and Mehakpreet Kaur Randhawa, students of the College of Agriculture, were declared Best Athletes in men and women section, respectively. Ajay Kumar and Manveer Singh, students of the College of Agriculture (COA), were declared Best Cyclist and Best Hockey Player, respectively. Apart from this, Harmandeep Singh, a student of the College of Basic Sciences and Humanities, and Jobanjot Singh, a student of COA, were declared second and third best athletes, respectively, in men section. Ravinder Kaur, a student of COA and Sukhpreet Kaur, a student of the College of Home Science, were declared second and third best athletes, respectively, in women section.

Dr Manjeet Chinnan, Professor Emeritus, University of Georgia, USA, and PAU alumnus, was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony. He lauded the students of PAU for their accomplishments in sports and co-curricular activities. Later, he gave away prizes to the winners.

Dr (Mrs) R.K. Dhaliwal, Director Students’ Welfare, while welcoming the dignitaries and the audience, said, “Participation in sports stimulates and channelizes the energies of the youth and spurs them to activity.” She also read out the annual report, highlighting the achievements of PAU sportspersons in the national and international arena.

Dr S.S. Kukal, Dean, Postgraduate Studies and Dean, College of Agriculture, PAU, proposed a vote of thanks. The students of four constituent colleges, namely College of Agriculture (COA), College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology (COAE&T), College of Basic Sciences and Humanities (COBS&H), and College of Home Science (COHS) and two institutes, namely Institutes of Agriculture, Gurdaspur and Bathinda, competed in 28 sports events.

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