Friday 28 September 2018

Desh Bhagat Global School Won Twelve Gold In National Boxing Championship

Desh Bhagat Global School boxing team has won twelve gold, seven silver and one bronze medal in national boxing championship. It is a proud moment for Desh Bhagat Global School. Desh Bhagat Global School has become the talk of the town for best performance.

While speaking on the occasion Desh Bhagat Global School Chairman Dr. Zora Singh conveyed his best wishes to all the teams saying that sports are an essential part of our education. He encouraged all the students to participate in sports activities with full enthusiasm and win medals for the country. He said that Desh Bhagat Global School provides all types of incentives and facilities to the outstanding players.

Vice Chairperson DrTajinder Kaur gave her blessing to the students and appreciated the efforts of Mr. Sarbhjeet Singh and Ms. Mukta. She added that this is the result of student’s hard work and the great efforts of the team. She hoped that students will do their best at state level and they will make us feel proud.

Dr. Virinder Singh while congratulating the students over the achievement said that management gives full importance not only to research, innovation and other scholastic activities but also to sports and other co-curricular activities.

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