Fit India Freedom Run conducted at CUSB under Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav
As a part of the series of programmes organised under 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' at Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) 'Fit India Freedom Run' campaign was conducted on Tuesday (28 September 2021). The run organized by the University Games & Sports Committee as the part of celebrations of 75 year of India’s Independence was participated by the students, teachers, officials and non-teaching staff of the University. The race started at eight o'clock in the morning on a three kilometer long track starting from the Administrative building of the University and ended at Milkha Singh Stadium.
While addressing the gathering in the inaugural session of the program, CUSB Prof. K. N. said that the vision of a healthy, sensitive, progressive and respecting human values had remained the vision of Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay and all the great men of the country. This will be possible only when students with a healthy body and creative mind emerge from this institution. The youth of the country i.e. our students will run then only the country and countrymen will run. After his address, the Honorable Vice Chancellor flagged off the race from the starting line. In this race, the Registrar of the University, Col Rajeev Singh, IQAC coordinator Prof. Venkatesh Singh, Proctor Prof. Including Umesh Kumar Singh, Dean of Student Welfare Prof. Atish Parashar, Dr. Samapika Mahopatra, Chairperson, University Games & Sports Committee and many staff members and students and teachers participated.
At the last stop, Assistant Director of Physical Education Dr. Jitendra Pratap Singh welcomed the participants and announced the winners. Col. Rajiv Kumar Singh, Registrar CUSB remained at first position in the run. IQAC coordinator Prof. Venktesh Singh, Dr. Rachna Vishwakarma, Chief Warden Girl's Hostel and Proctor Prof. Umesh Kumar Singh also encouraged the other participants by completing the race. In the category of students, Vishal Kumar Singh of the Department of Environmental Sciences stood first, while Manish Kumar and Abhishek from the Department of Development Studies stood second and third respectively. Meghna Raj, and Roshni Kumari from the Department of Economics stood first and second among the girls.
The race of students, teachers and non-teaching staff infused new energy in the entire university campus. At the end of the race, the Vice Chancellor of the University wished everyone good health and gave best wishes.