Students at Jaipuria Institute of Management celebrate Sports Day
Ghaziabad: The two day Annual Sports Day was celebrated zealously at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad. Many sports related games were organized where the students participated and performed enthusiastically.
The studentsof the institute were made aware of the benefits one can experiencefrom sports and games. Students learned that the involvementin sports can actually help them perform well in all the other activitiesincluding academics. To accomplish the above objectives,Khelo India programme by Government of India has been introduced to revive thesports culture in India at the grass-root level. In addition to thisprogramme, the MBAstudents showed up with their participation and spirit in sports.
In these twodays of the programme, around 300 students (Boys and girls) participated in thegames such as Chess, Carrom, Cricket, Volleyball, Kabaddi, Tug of War, 100meter Race, Badminton and Table Tennis were played. The sessionincluding sports and games rejuvenated students and spurred aninterest in sports in all of them. Following are the names of thewinners- Girls Cricket Team- Shivangi Yadav and Team, Table Tennis (Boy)- SagarArora, Table Tennis (Girl)- Shweta, Badminton (Boys)- Nitish and Abhsihek,Badminton (Girls)- Tanya and Anushka, Carrom (Boys)- Arpit, Carrom (Girls)-Diksha, Chess (Boy)- Arpit, Chess (Girl)- Bhavya, Kabaddi- Shashank and Team
Cricket BoysTeam- Srikrishna and Team, Volleyball- MBA I Year, 100 meter Race (Boy)-Ranjan, 100 meter Race (Girl)- Akanksha, Tug of War Boys- MBA II Year, Tug ofWar Girls- MBA I Year.
“By participating in the Games on this occasion, not onlywill the students understand the significance of this day, but also getinspired. Students shouldn’t be bound to mere books; they should activelyparticipate in all the segments such as sports as it is the best wayout for overall development. We believe that our persistent efforts tendto encourage them so that they too achieve their highest of aspirations”says Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Mr Daviender Narang.