Inter Departmental Sports Events 2018-19

Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College has always aimed for holistic and all-round development of their students. Apart from academics, the college also pays equal concern over the physical development of the students, and in the spirit of the game the college organized INTER DEPARTMENTAL SPORTS EVENTS that spanned over two months. The events witnessed a massive participation of more than 1500 students in about 24 different sporting events. A total of  256 matches were played during the course of the sports meet.

 All the matches were efficiently managed and were played in the spirit of the game. Some of the matches witnessed nail-biting finishes which reflected the resolve of every contingent and further added to the charm of the sports meet. The events also saw a massive participation from the audience as large crowd add loud cheers during every match became the spectacle of the sports meet and defined its success in many sort.

The closing ceremony was started by the release of balloon that followed by a massive performance by the dance society Taal to celebrate the free spirit and inculcate zeal and enthusiasm amongst everyone. The spectators were further mesmerized by the performance of the college band Euphony. The closing day witnessed the 100m dash (boys and girls) which was followed by the final game of Tug Of War between EN and CS which was won by CS. After that a friendly Tug Of War match between faculty members added to the colors of the day.

All the sports and athletics events were keenly contested by all the departments/contingent of the college. The championship trophy was won by the Department of Mechanical Engineering without much competition with other departments. The final tally of the points this year was as follows:

 

Branch

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Points

ME

13

11

10

117

CSE

6

14

6

93

ECE

8

14

2

87

IT

13

3

4

77

CE+EI

7

4

2

47

EN

4

3

3

45

MCA+MBA

0

0

1

01

 

Towards the end, Dr. R.K. Agarwal shared his words of wisdom with the students appreciating their enthusiasm to participate in sports events and adapting the wise adage “Healthy body is the key to healthy mind.” Thereafter, Prof. V.K. Parashar, Dean Student Welfare, extended his vote of thanks towards all the members of the AKGEC family who in one way or the other supported and contributed towards a successful conduct of the events. Mr. Pratap Singh, Sports officer, Yash Saxena & Anubhav Panwar worked tirelessly to bring about efficient management and completion of the events.