JAMMU, JUL 17: A three-day Volleyball Referee clinic-cum-refresher course, organized by Volleyball Association of J&K, concluded today at premises of JK Public School, Kunjwani, near here.
In all, around 50 individuals from volleyball background representing different districts of Jammu division, mostly Physical Education Teachers (PETs) and students (BPEd, MPEd) of University of Jammu participated in the event.
All these trainees were given updates in both theory and practice classes to update their skills, reflexes and competitive morale as per latest rules and regulations of Volleyball Federation of India (VFI).
International Volleyball Referee from Himachal Pradesh, Rameshwar Singh Chouhan worked hard in imparting training by exploiting all latest tools of teaching aids including audio-visual aids, as an instructor of the course.
During the valedictory function, SP South Jammu, Sandeep Choudhary, who was the Chief Guest, underlined the importance of such courses for upgrading the standard of officiating inside as well as outside the State. He also presented Certificates of Participation among participants. Joint Secretary of J&K State Sports Council, Shiv Kumar Sharma was the Guest of Honour.
Earlier, President of the Association, Siddharth Daluja welcomed the Chief Guest and other dignitaries. Speaking on the occasion, General Secretary, Vijay Magotra apprised the aims and objectives of the course.
Meanwhile, the Volleyball Association of J&K expressed gratitude towards the management of JK Public School, J&K State Sports Council and Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) for extending cooperation for the course.