Excelsior Sports Correspondent
SRINAGAR, May 30: Departments of Management Studies and Politics and Governance in collaboration with the Directorate of Student’s Welfare (DSW), Central University of Kashmir (CUK) organized a cycle-race for the students in Ganderbal.
Dean School of Business Studies, Prof Fayaz Ahmad Nikka, flagged off the race from Green Campus to Tulmulla Campus. As many as 20 students participated in the event. Mubashir Riyaz from the Department of Physics bagged the top slot and Sameer Makhdoomi from the Department of IT bagged the second position. Akhilesh from the Department of Education won the third spot.
Speaking on the occasion, Dean School of Business Studies, Prof Fayaz Ahmad Nikka said, “Cycling has huge health benefits and the daily routine improves mobility, coordination, heart health, and reduces weight.” He said that regular cycling can lessen mental health disorders, including depression, tension, and anxiety and the individuals can learn attentiveness and mindfulness by keeping their eyes on the road.
Deputy DSW Dr Asif Khan, Assistant Professors– Dr Mir Insha and Dr Khalid Waseem and NSS Programme Officer Dr Mohammad Muzammil Shah of the University were also present on the occasion.