SRM University AP: Amaravati, November 21 – The students of SRM University–AP showcased their exceptional athletic abilities at the National Level Inter-Engineering College Sports Competition held from November 18th to 20th at Gudlavalleru Engineering College, Krishna District. The talented athletes from SRM University-AP achieved remarkable success in various sports categories, bringing pride and recognition to their institution.
Rope Skipping Triumphs
P Vishnuvardhan Reddy won first prize in the rope skipping singles bounce competition. Additionally, highlighting his versatility and skill, he secured the third position in the rope-skipping speed sprint event. The SRM AP team also demonstrated their prowess in the speed sprint relay and double Dutch competitions, securing the runner-up positions.
In the tennis singles category, V. Pritam showcased remarkable talent and secured the second position with his exceptional skills on the court. The women’s volleyball team of SRM University-AP emerged as runners-up in the match against the formidable Gudlavalleru team, displaying great teamwork and determination. Similarly, the women’s basketball team secured an impressive second position, highlighting their remarkable prowess on the court.
Celebration of Achievements
The closing ceremony witnessed a grand celebration of the athletes’ achievements. Trophies, medals, and cash prizes were presented to the winners, acknowledging their exceptional contributions to their respective sports.
Prof. Manoj K Arora, Vice Chancellor; Mr Anil Kumar Nigam, Director, Student Affairs; Dr Abdul Mohaimin, Assistant Physical Director- Sports and Mr Vamsi Tella, Volleyball coach, felicitated the victorious students for their outstanding sports talents and unwavering dedication.
Congratulatory Message from Vice Chancellor
Vice Chancellor congratulated all the participants for their remarkable performances and motivated them to achieve greater heights. He said that the students’ triumph at the Competition not only brings honor to their institution but also serves as an inspiration for aspiring athletes across the country.