Guv felicitates JU players
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 2: The Governor, NN Vohra, on Wednesday honoured the Fencing and Cricket teams players of the Jammu University (JU) for their outstanding performances for the last two years, at a function held at Raj Bhavan here.
The Governor congratulated the JU Fencing team for winning the All India Inter-University Fencing championship in Men’s section, held at Jammu University last year and earlier at Chandigarh in 2009.
He lauded the JU Non-Teaching employee’s cricket team for lifting the All India Vice Chancellors’ T-20 Cricket Cup during the session 2008-9 held at Mumbai and retaining the Championship in 2009-10 held at Srinagar last year, an official handout said.
While interacting with the players, the Governor, who is the Chancellor of the University, observed that efforts need to be made to set up teams in various sports disciplines by selecting players from all the State Universities as well as the colleges for ensuring competitiveness at the national level championships.
The Governor presented gifts to the players of both the teams and wished them many more wins in the future sports events.
Earlier, the Vice Chancellor, Jammu University, Prof. Varun Sahni, introduced the fencers and cricketers of the University to the Governor.
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