🔥 ITM University Gwalior awarded hockey player Karishma Yadav the Vikram Award and Ishika Chaudhary the selection for the Eklavya Award | ITM University Gwalior awarded hockey player Karishma Yadav the Vikram Award and Ishika Chaudhary the selection for the Eklavya Award
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- Young people should give 100 percent to achieve their goals, success will be found: hockey player Karishma Yadav
- When daughters are supported by their parents, they can move on in any area: hockey player Ishika Chaudhary
- Both players gave women tips on how to get ahead
Give the teens 100 percent of the time to develop their careers. You will definitely succeed. This means that Karishma Yadav, a student and hockey player from ITM University Gwalior, was recognized by ITM University Gwalior for the Vikram Award from Karisma Yadav and Ishika Chaudhary for the Eklavya Award. On this occasion, Prof. Federal Chancellor Dr. Daulat Singh Chauhan, Vice Chancellor Prof. Ranjit Singh, Chancellor Dr. Omvir Singh, Dr. Indu Majumdar, Dean’s Office for Physical Education, Dr. Vipin Tripathi HOD, Sports School, Vimal Sharma Sports Officer, ITM University Gwalior Management, honored both players and wished them a bright future.
In the program Prof. of the ITM University Gwalior Federal Chancellor Dr. Daulat Singh Chauhan said that ITM University offers support to all students studying in Gwalior to make progress. Today Karisma and Ishika are selected for the Vikram Award and the Eklavya Award. I wish that the bright future of both players will further brighten the name by reaching the peaks of achievement.
Hockey players at ITM University gave tips on how to get ahead
Karishma Yadav, hockey player and second year VPES student at ITM University Gwalior
Even today, girls have to struggle a lot to get ahead in any area. Because people get in the way of society. Something similar happened to me. My parents were very supportive of me, but when I went to play hockey my parents always said that the girl is what she will do when she plays. Today I want to tell the parents of all these girls that in this day and age boys and girls are the same. Support your daughters and give them a chance to move forward. – If you want to have a career, no matter what work you do, be it in sports or studies, you will succeed. – The ITM University Gwalior gave me great encouragement. When I go to play, my studies don’t come in the middle of the game, so special classes and exams are held for me. That’s why I was selected for the Vikram Award today.
– Ishika Chaudhary, hockey player and second year VPES student, daughters of ITM University Gwalior can move forward in any area if they support parents. I got a lot of support from my parents right from the start. My studies never took place between sports. Because the ITM University Gwalior supported me so much that I was instructed by special classes at every match. Not only that, a special test has also been arranged. This is the reason why I haven’t been able to study in the middle of my game to this day.
– I always want to say to the young people who are stressed, especially in the field of education or sports. At first it seems like we are passing the time, but when we master this area, success begins to meet. I’m just going to say that whatever work you focus on, and hard work gets it done.
Students from ITM University have played on a national and international level
In the past, the students at ITM University Gwalior performed better in national and international sport. Among them Neelu Dadia, who led the Asian Cup in the U18 group in 2016. Neelu won the silver medal by participating in the Australian Woman Hockey League and the 6th Woman National Tournament Belgium 2018 in 2019. Similarly, at Anuja Singh Hockey India Camp, Shikha Chaudhary led the Youth Olympics while the ITM hockey team won the gold medal in the tournament that was held at All India level in 2019-2020. In the basket wall, ITM students Nisha Kasyap, Ishika Gehlot, Vavita Pigga, Priya Sharma and Ritu Bhargava received the silver medal in the best zone. Similarly, 6 students from ITM University Gwalior participated in the BCCI Approved Viji Trophy.