College of Edu organises cross-country run
Srinagar, May 8: The Government College of Education MA Road organised its annual college cross-country run for both men and women here on Tuesday.
For men the run was held from Nehru Park to Nishat gate while for women it was from Chasmashahi Crossing to Nishat gate.
In the event around 100 students participated and it was flagged off by Dr. Parveen Pandit.
She highlighted the importance of the sports activities for the overall development of personality and stressed upon the teachers to inculcate the value of sports among the students.
In men’s section, Mushtaq Amin finished first while Mudasir and Rizwan-Ul-Rehman finished second and third respectively.
In women’s section, Fehmeeda finished first while Dolma and Suzaina Rashid finished second and third respectively.
The event was organised by the Department of Physical Education of the institution headed by Physical Director Muhammad Ayub.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 8 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 8 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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