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KATRA (Reasi), Oct 23:
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board (SMVDSB), Simrandeep Singh today inaugurated a week-long Martial Art-cum-Self Defence Coaching Camp for females at the Shrine Board’s Sports Complex, here today.
In all, 110 students of the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi College of Nursing, Kakryal; campers of the Sports Complex Coaching Centre; Government Higher Secondary School, Katra; Government Girls High School, Katra and Trikuta Public School, Katra besides others participants are taking part in this camp. These campers will be provided coaching in the various aspects of the Martial Arts by the specialised trainers.
Meanwhile, the CEO felicitated two archers, Rakesh Kumar and Jyoti Vallian, who participated in the 12th Asian Para Archery Games held recently at Jakarta in Indonesia besides Shrine Board coach, Kuldeep Vaidwan, who accompanied the Indian Para Archery contingent.
Pertinent to mention here that Rakesh Kumar and Jyoti Vallian have been trained by the Shrine Board at its Sports Complex Coaching Centre at Katra and they have secured 10th and seventh places respectively in the championship.
Speaking on the occasion, the CEO congratulated the achievers of the Asian Para Games for their spectacular performance and exuded confidence that given the excellent facilities, expert coaching, hard work and dedication, the sports persons being trained at the Shrine Board’s Sports Complex will win medals at the various national and international levels, thereby bringing laurels to the country, the state and the Shrine Board.
Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Shrine Board, Dr. Arvind Karwani spoke about the coaching and all other facilities made available by the Shrine Board at the Sports Complex.
Earlier, Director Sports, SMVDSB, Ashok Kumar spoke about the aims and objectives of organising the Martial Art-cum-Self Defence Coaching Camp, which is part of the annual sports calendar of the Sports Complex. He also dwelt on the various subjects which will be covered during the camp. He gave details of various achievements of the sportspersons trained in the Sports Complex Coaching Centre.
Among those present were Principal of the SMVD College of Nursing, Dr Shailla Cannie; Executive Engineer, SMVDSB, PC Tanoch; other officers of Shrine Board, participants of the training camp and campers of the Sports Complex Coaching Centre.
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