KU felicitates its team for lifting T-20 Cricket Cup Trophy

Srinagar, Dec 15: To honor Varsity’s cricketing team for winning the All India Vice Chancellor’s T-20 Cricket Cup trophy for second time in a row, an impressive award ceremony was organized at University of Kashmir during which the members of KUMSA cricket team and team management were felicitated for their brilliant performance in the tournament.
Congratulating the players for their all round performance in the tournament, Vice Chancellor Prof Talat while distributing the awards and medals amongst the star performers and other members of the team said “ It is a matter of great pride for us that our cricket team by lifting the trophy has defended its last year`s title and remained unbeaten during a tough competitive tournament in which 20 Universities of the country participated.”
He added “Our players have the potential to participate in Ranji trophy and other such cricketing events held across the country and can bring laurels to the University by continuing winning more such tournaments and competitions. We have already bagged IGNSS award which shows that our work is being recognized and this trophy has further
In his address, Registrar University of Kashmir Prof Zaffar Ahmed Reishi while congratulating the members of the team said “We hope that the members of KUMSA will continue this enthusiasm and add to the vibrancy of the institution in all spheres of life.”  He said that the University is working to introduce several skill development programs for career building of the ministerial staff to enhance their know-how and expertise in tune with the changing times and administrative needs. Earlier in his welcome address President KUMSA Ghulam Jeelani said that the ministerial staff besides contributing to the administrative growth of the KU is also making huge strides in other areas by performing brilliantly in various extra-curricular activities.
During the function star performers of the KU KUMSA team Sami-ul-lah , Suhail Haleem (captain), Mudasir Ahmad, Shahnawaz and Parvez Ahmaed were awarded  special prizes by the Vice Chancellor and Registrar for their performance in the tournament.
KU KUMSA team lifted the title which was organized by Jammu University by beating Jammu University in a thrilling final match by 6 wickets.

Lastupdate on : Sat, 15 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 15 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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