KU beat JU by 6 wkts in final
ALL INDIA VICE-CHANCELLOR’S T-20 TOURNAMENT
Jammu, Dec 3: Chief Minister and Pro-Chancellor, University of Jammu Omar Abdullah, on Monday gave away prizes to the winners and the runners-up teams at the finale of All India Vice-Chancellor’s T-20 Cricket Cup Tournament held here at University Sports Stadium, New Campus, University of Jammu.
The final was played between University of Jammu and Kashmir University in which Kashmir University lifted the trophy by beating Jammu University by six wickets.. Earlier, Prof Mohan Paul Singh Ishar, Vice-Chancellor, University of Jammu delivered the welcome address.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Ishar said it was an honour for the Jammu University that it was provided an opportunity to host the mega event in which shortlisted teams from 20 Universities of the Country participated.
Chief Minister witnessed the second half of the final amidst great fanfare and enthusiasm of the spectators. The Vote of thanks was presented by Prof Dhain S Bhau, Director, Directorate of Sports & Physical Education.
The proceeding of the event was conducted by Dr Yash Pal Sharma.Among others Jang Bahadur Singh, Principal, District and Session Judge, K Rajendra, ADGP Armed/ Law and Order, J&K Police, Muhammad Aslam Goni, Chairman, JKCA, Dilbagh Singh IGP, Jammu, Prof Rekha Chaudhary, DRS, Prof Neelam Saraf, DAA, Jeelani Wani, President KUMSA, Sunil Sahi, President, JUNTEU, Deans, Directors, Students, Scholars and members of the civil society were also present on the occasion.
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