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Sports meet concludes in Kokrajhar

KOKRAJHAR:  The first ever inter college sports meet of Bodoland University was concluded  with three day programme scheduled at Bodoland University ground in Kokrajhar on Wednesday. Altogether eighteen colleges from different districts of lower Assam region took part in the sports meet.The meet was organized by Bodoland University in association with Bodoland University Students Union(BUSU) to promote mental and physical development among student community. Participants presented their attractive sporting talents in football and Kabadi events both in male and female category. In football(male),Jomduar College, Saraibil won the championship trophy defeating Dimakuchi College, Udalguri 2-0. In Kabadi (female), Koklabari -Chapaguri College, Baksa beat Tamulpur College, Tamulpur. BTC deputy chief, Khampa Borgoyary graced as chief on the prize distribution ceremony of the concluding day. Borgoyary handed over the prizes along trophies among prize winners. In his speech, Borgoyary said that sports event is an essential part of human life as today proples watching every sport events in the world. He said that now adays football world cup is being held in Russia in which world footballers are presenting their best magic of football playing in the world event.Presently,Kabadi event has also been recognized as an important event in the world. He has urged the sports men as well student community to be a best sports player in their life in days to coming. Among others, VC of Bodoland University Prof HK Baruah,registrar of Bodoland University Dr Sekhar Brahma were prominent attendees on the occasion.

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