CT University organizes inter-school volleyball match
School of Pharmacy (boys) and School of Management Studies (girls) lifts the winning trophy
Ludhiana: Directorate of Sports, CT University organised an Inter School Volleyball match for both girls and boys. The matches were played by various schools namely School of Management Studies, School of Humanities and Physical Education, School of Law, School of Engineering and Technology, School of Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Sciences, School of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, School of Hotel Management, Airlines and Tourism and School of Design and Innovation.
The results for Inter-School Volleyball (Boys): School of Pharmacy stood first, School of Law stood second whereas School of Engineering & Technology bagged third position. The results for Inter school Volleyball (Girls): School of Management stood first, School of Hotel Management & Tourism bagged second position and School of Engineering & Technology stood third.
Congratulating the winners, Dr Pravin Sharma, Director Sports said, “Volleyball is an excellent way for cardiovascular exercise. It involves running, jumping, hitting and even squatting which the heart pumping and lungs gets going. These sports activities not only provide health benefits but encourage the students to being out their best of potentials.”
Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor CTU congratulated the students and wished them luck for further matches.
CT University Chancellor Charanjit S Channi, Vice Chancellor Dr Harsh Sadawarti with winning team of boys.
CT University Chancellor Charanjit S Channi, Vice Chancellor Dr Harsh Sadawarti with winning team of girls.