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Ten day long Annual Physical Education Camp concluded

Indian Army will continue to work to explore hidden talent of youths : CO 4RR

BHADERWAH: The ten days long 'Annual Physical Education Camp' concluded here today.

The expedition was organized by the Directorate of Sports and Physical Education, University of Jammu in collaboration with the 4 Rashtriya Rifles (RR) and Bhaderwah Campus from July 28th to 7th August 2021.

BP Ed and M. P Ed students of directorate of Sports and Physical Education University of Jammu were part of this trekking expedition.

Today a simple but impressive function was held at Lad Ded auditorium Bhaderwah Campus which was attended by the officials from 4 Rashtryia Rifles, University of Jammu , Bhaderwah Campus.

Vice Chancellor University of Jammu Prof. Manoj K Dhar in his message thanked the Indian Army for its support and collaboration in organizing such camps. 

"I would like to express my gratitude towards your sincere contribution and worthwhile approach during the ongoing event in Bhaderwah and its adjoining areas. I firmly believe that in future also your active collaboration will continue to make our upcoming event as exciting and symbolic as has been since year 2009-10."

Commanding Officer 4 Rashtriya Rifles Col Rajat Parmar was the chief guest of the valedictory function.

Speaking on the occasion Commanding Officer 4 RR hailed the efforts of University of Jammu especially Dr. Daud Iqbal Baba, Director for organizing such event in harsh cold weather. "when all the activities are stalled due to the Covid-19, the way these students Trekked difficult tracks like Hiyen Jie Gathie and Bal Padri and participated in different sports activities is very appreciable." 

Such kinds of events help youths to keep themselves away from anti-social activities like drugs he added that Indian Army will continue to work to explore hidden talent of youths of UT Jammu and Kashmir.

While speaking on the occasion , Dr. Daud Iqbal Baba, Director Directorate of Sports and Physical Education thanked Rashtriya Rifles and Bhaderwah Campus for its collaboration with the said event as a good will gesture. 

"I on behalf of Vice Chancellor University of Jammu Prof. Manoj K Dhar wants to thank Indian Army (4RR) and Rector Bhaderwah Campus Prof. Rahul Gupta for its unending support and cooperation in organising this event," It is the beginning of a new chapter of relations between Indian Army and University of Jammu.

He further said that a mission to promote and highlight Bhaderweah as a destination for various sports events particularly adventure sports, University of Jammu will; always seek the guidance and assistance from Indian Army as a collaborative partner so that the enery of youth could be channelized in proper and positive way and the youth will be an asset to serve mother india in different areas.

Dr Daud Iqbal thanked media fraternity for giving huge media coverage to the expedition. "I am very thankful to media fraternity for their support in making this event successful. It's because of you that today Bhaderwah is being seen a safe destination for trekkers / Winter sports and winter tourism internationally," He also thanked Bhaderwah Campus University of Jammu for providing all the possible help during this ten days long expedition.

A colourful cultural bonanza was also presented on the occasion by B.PEd and M.PEd students depicting the culture of Bhaderwah and its adjoining area. The participants also expressed their views about the expedition.

The proceedings of the valedictory function was conducted by Arif Haleem Khateeb External Relations Officer Bhaderwah Campus and Nodal Officer of the event.

The officials present on the occasion were officials from Indian Army, Ar Bhaderwah Campus Sheikh Mujeeb, Raj Kumar, Ravish Vaid, Gagan Kumar, Vikas Karlopia, Jai Bharat, Harinder Pal Singh, Sanjay Verma, Sanjeev Sharma, Arshad Baba, Manzer Saleem and Manjeet Singh Kotwal.

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Gaurav Sharma
Gaurav Sharma is Managing Editor at Jammu Links News. Since joining the company in 2011, Sharma has built a reliable newsroom online, led expansion and built teams across the UT.