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ISLAMABAD Academia across the world design and follow an academic colander, which is equally divided into curricular and co-curricular activities. The importance of co-curricular is felt more in ongoing mechanical world as they not only enhance students’ physical endurance but they also assist them in their studies.



National University of Modern Languages (NUML) Rector Major General (r) Masood Hasan stated this while talking to team members on the inauguration ceremony of a week-long sports carnival at the University ground on Thursday. When Rector and Director General (DG) Brig Azam Jamal arrived at the University ground, Director Sports Muhammad Arshad introduced them with different teams of the sports events and Rector inaugurated the event as playing the first ball of cricket tournament. Arshad also briefed them about the different sports event, which were being held in sports carnival and said that such rules and procedure were followed in these events, which would make these games more interesting.


He further explain that there was great enthusiasm and fervor among students of different departments, faculty members and staff members as the great number of male and female teams were enrolling their teams to participate in the event. Moreover, a large number of students thronged around the ground had thrown the course claps and slogans to encouraging their favorite teams. The sport carnival include ten events, including badminton, baseball, basketball, cricket, football, handball, hockey, netball, table tennis, tug of war and volleyball. Rector, DG, Directors Administration and Sports witnessed ongoing matches and appreciated the performances of players. Cricket tournament is going on in the University on nock out bases and more than 44 cricket teams have been registered so far. The closing ceremony is scheduled to be held on November 28.Daily Times.

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