SRINAGAR: Kashmir University’s North Campus Department of Management Studies on Tuesday organised a cross country run from UN Office Sonawar to Nehru Park via Shankaracharya Hill Srinagar.
An official statement said that the race was flagged off on Tuesday morning by Registrar, University of Kashmir, Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir in presence of Director, North Campus, University of Kashmir, Prof Parvez Ahmed.
Around 80 students of the Department of Management Studies participated in the Cross Country Run. All the Faculty members of the Department of Management studies and Non-Teaching Staff of the North Campus assisted in successfully organizing the event.
Speaking on the occasion, Registrar, Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir congratulated all the participants and assured them that the University is committed to developing the required infrastructure for the overall development of sports at North Campus.
He also exhorted the students to participate in all the upcoming events to maintain good mental and physical health.
Director, North Campus, University of Kashmir, Prof Parvez Ahmed felicitated the participants and urged them to take part in co-curricular activities.
The Director also appreciated the members of the Sports committee, DMS, North Campus, Dr Viqar-u-Nissa, Dr Idrees-ul-Islam and Dr Mubashir Majid Baba for coordinating the event successfully.
Jazlan Ashraf of IMBA 2nd semester bagged the first position while Rifat Fayaz of IMBA 9th semester and Shahid Mushtaq Malik of IMBA 3rd semester bagged 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. Also, Adeeba Nisar of IMBA 9th semester was the first among the girls to complete the Cross Country Run.
The prize distribution ceremony for the event was held at the culmination of the race during which Director, North Campus, University of Kashmir, Prof Parvez Ahmed awarded trophies to winners and participation certificates to all the students who participated in the Cross Country Run, reads the statement.