RGU’s Summer Football Camp concludes

RGU’s Summer Football Camp concludes

RONO HILLS, Jun 22: The 12-day-long Summer Football Camp-2018, organized by Department of Physical Education, Rajiv Gandhi University under the department’s extension activities termed as “Project Masoom”, has concluded here on Friday.

A total of 50 children from the age group of 5 to 14 years, participated in the camp. The participants were divided into three groups. The activities in the camp included teaching basic skills of football and recreational activities.

The camp was an effort of the department to engage the children in productive activities leading to wholesome development of their personality. Apart from learning basic skills, knowledge on proper hygiene, discipline and moral education were also imparted during the camp.

The programme was conducted under the supervision of Dr Anil Mili, Head in-charge of Physical Education department. The former students of the department Peto Taring, Midak Basar, Kaha Camdir Pai, Hemant Gamre and Rikpu Kamcham who are pursuing their masters in various institutions outside the state acted as coaches and instructors during the programme.

Attending the certificate distribution ceremony, the Joint Registrar of RGU Dr David Pertin advised the trainees to study hard, to be obedient to parents and to live a disciplined life to excel in all aspects.

Among others, associate professor of Geography Dr Tage Rupa Sora, Asstt professor of Physical Education Dr Shambu Prasad, Asstt Town Planner (UD) Terge Sora, Doimukh Health Centre MO Dr Tana Sharmila, parents and students witnessed the programme.


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