prof sudhir: Bhu prepares a work plan to promote sports participation | Varanasi News

Varanasi: Varanasi University Sports Council of Varanasi Hindu University has prepared a massive work plan for mass sports participation of students as per the special direction of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Sudhir Kumar Jain.
Professor Jain, who believes full development of students is only possible through sports participation, said all playgrounds will be strictly for foreigners and only students will be allowed to use sports facilities from campus. He called on all students residing in the hostels as well as in the delegation to come and participate in any sports discipline in the morning and evening sessions in addition to their academic activities.
The vice-chairman of the university’s sports council, Prof. Dinesh Chandra Rai, said the emphasis was on mass sports participation of students and the playing fields of the various institutes/faculties had been redesignated. The playing field in front of the Ruiya Hostel has been reserved for the Institute of Medical Sciences and the Faculty of Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vigyan (SVDV). The playground in front of the Birla hostel was reserved for students of the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Visual Arts and Faculty of Performing Arts, while the playground in front of the Inn Brocha was assigned to the Institute of Sciences. , Institute of Management Studies and Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development. (IESD). The playground behind the student health center was created for the Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Straight and Faculty of Commerce.
Sports information from Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Faculty of Education and Rajiv Gandhi South Campus will also be enriched and students will be motivated to participate in different sports disciplines. The grounds of the amphitheater will be used only for elite sportsmen of different disciplines who can represent the university, the state and the nation in national and international competitions.
He said the VC had authorized the installation of floodlights on all sports fields on the main campus as well as at the RGSC. It will allow students to train late into the night. Four to five outdoor gym systems are being installed at the main campus and RGSC. The VC has asked all directors/deans/principles to create a mechanism for mass sports participation at the institutional level. He also appealed to students for sports practices on their reserved playgrounds.

Maria D. Ervin