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Jaipur's Jagan Nath University organizes six-day sports and cultural meet Spandan-2019
The six-day annual sports and cultural meet Spandan-2019 of Jagan Nath University was inaugurated by Hari Prashad Sharma IPS, former IG of Police Crime Branch of Rajasthan Government on February 25.

While addressing the students, he motivated with his words of wisdom as sports person himself to play games and sports with healthy competition and commitment.

Spandan is the annual sports and cultural fest of the university with off-stage and on-stage events by students for six days with verities of games like cricket, football, basketball, chess, table-tennis etc. and cultural events like dance singing competition, fashion show well as off stage events rangoli, mehendi, nail art competition with event prizes at the valedictory ceremony, stated a release of the institution.

"To become smart and simple human resources relevant in present times of competition, we need not only bookish knowledge but sports and co-curricular activities. Let every student go to the playground in the morning and evening for keeping fit and mentally healthy with discipline," said Professor MM Goel, Vice-Chancellor, while delivering welcome address.

The existing infrastructure for sports in Jagan Nath University can better be utilised with cooperation and support of the Government and Sports Authority of India, believes the VC.

He added that sports and cultural activities were necessary and sufficient to deal with the ups and downs in the economy including share market of the bulls and bears in the spirits of a sports person. Learning tolerance, harmony, fair play with discipline for leadership qualities were the opportunities to make it part of curriculum, he asserted.

"The challenges include unhealthy competition with match fixing, semester system of examinations with lesser time and all the challenges of inclusiveness with careless and useless manpower to be made careful and useful.  We need to foster sports culture in the Indian universities including private sector with freedom and right to play as participant if not to compete in the rat race," he held forth. Professor Ranjeeta Soni DSW proposed vote of thanks.

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