Srinagar: Joint Director (Kashmir), Youth Services and Sports Department, Bashir Ahmed, Tuesday inaugurated refresher courses in four games.
Speaking on the occasion Joint Director said these courses are keep trainers, coaches and teachers abreast with latest skills and techniques of sports world.
“To remain updated with the latest know-how of games and in order to perform their jobs in a befitting manner, it is imperative to involve the field staff of the Department of Youth Services and Sports in such courses,” he maintained.
The refresher course was attended by PETs, PEMS and REKs at the Directorate of Youth Services and Sports here. He was accompanied by many senior officers of the Department on the occasion.
A total of 80 trainees of Srinagar District are taking part in the week-long refresher course who are being imparted training in the disciplines of Hockey, Hand Ball, Fencing and Athletics by a panel of experts and resource persons from the Department. The trainers include Azad Ahmed and Rauf Khan(Athletics), Jamsheed Ahmed and Bilal Ahmed (Hand Ball), Razia Sultana and Niyaz Ahmed (Fencing) besides Mohammad Shafi Wani and Iqbal Ahmed (Hockey).
Earlier, Muzaffar Ahmed, a senior PEM of the Department imparted oath to the participants of the training programme for marinating discipline and to show a professional approach during the entire period of the courses.
Pertinently the refresher courses are being organized under “Sports For Drug Free Srinagar” campaign by the Department Of Youth Services & Sports J&K