AQUIB WINS ISLAMIA COLLEGE CYCLE RACE
Srinagar, May 14: Aquib Ahad emerged winner in the annual Islamia College of Science and Commerce cycle race held from Nehru Park to Naseem Bagh, Hazratbal here on Tuesday.
The race was flagged off by the College Principal, Prof (Dr) Tariq Ahmad Kawoos at at Nehru Park, Dalgate and culminated at Naseem Bagh after passing through Oberoi Crossing, Hotel Santoor, Nishat Crossing, Fore Shore Road. In the event around 63 cyclists of the College participated.
Aquib Ahad of B.Com 2nd year finished first with the timing of 22:16:07 minutes while as Mehraj Qayoum of BSc 3rd year and Manzoor Hussain of BCom 3rd year finished second and third respectably with the timings of 22:19:74 and 23:42:03 minutes. Arshid Ayoub of B. Sc 2nd year finished 4th fourth while as Danish Bashir of B.Sc 1st year finished.
Later Prof. (Dr.) Tariq Ahmad Kawoos distributed prizes among the winners in a prize distribution ceremony held at Naseem Bagh.
In his speech on the occasion, the Principal encouraged students to take part in the sports activities in and outside the College.
The Principal also announced Sports Picnic for the students who participated in College Annual Cycle and Road Races.
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