Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 50, Chandigarh celebrated its 11th Annual Sports Day with incredible zeal and enthusiasm.
The Principal of College, Dr Manjit Kaur inaugurated the ceremony and lauded the role of sports in one’s life for instilling discipline, team spirit and leadership qualities.
On this occasion, various track events, team events, indoor games field events and games were organised. For team events like Badminton, Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Football and Cricket, there were numerous contenders A Sports Quiz too was conducted. The special events of the day “Javelin Throw, Wheel and Barrow Race, Shot-put and Long Jump” were specifically enjoyed by the spectators. Fun games like Musical chair, Balloon Race, One leg race, Spoon and Lemon race and Slow Cycle race were the main attractions.
The Chief Guest, Dr. Rakesh Khullar, M.S. (General Surgery), former Faculty Member P.G.I. Chandigarh and Govt. Medical College, Rohtak and presently working as Chief Medical Officer at Bhai Ghanaiya Ji Institute of Health, Panjab University, Chandigarh distributed prizes to the winners. He appreciated the euphoric response of the players and spectators and congratulated them for their whole-hearted participation. In his address to the students, he stressed the need to cultivate sports ethics and motivated the participants to keep the sporting spirit high in day to day life. He also praised Mohit, B.Com II, who had won Gold MedalinChandigarh Senior State Roller Sports Championship (Inline Hockey) and Gold Medal in All India Senior Roller Sports Championship (Inline Hockey) held at Vishakhapatnam. Further, he also congratulated College Basketball (Women) team for winning Silver Medal in Panjab University Inter College Basketball Tournament held at Panjab University and Pranav Mahindra, BBA 1 for winning Gold and Bronze Medals in Chandigarh State Road Cycling Championship and PU Inter College Road Cycling respectively.
Ms. Kamalpreet Kaur of M.Com-II and Mr. Hanish of B.Com-III were declared the overall Best Athletes.
At the end, Dr Rajesh Dahiya, Head of the Department of Physical Education and Event Coordinator presented the vote of thanks.