GDC Islamabad conducts girls cross-country run
Srinagar, May 14: The Govt Degree College (Boys) Anantnag, organised girls cross-country run on Monday.
The race was flagged off jointly by Prof. Ali Mohammad Dar, Prof. Dilruba Rasool Hamdani HOD English and other senior faculty members.
The racers competed by covering a track of 5 kms with-in the college campus. Around 30 girl students took part in the run.
Gazala Rashid and Rifat Jan of final year and Ishrat Jan of first year finished as 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively.
All the participants and the position holders were suitably awarded at a prize distribution ceremony at the hands of Prof. Dilruba Rasool Hamdani.
The college Principal lauded the die-hard spirit of the participants for ensuring the completion of the track against all odds.
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