Fitness and its rewards: Pyramid students get motivated through a session by Capt. Ajay Kumar
“Your body is your property, you only are responsible for the same” – Capt. Ajay Kumar
Taking the above words into consideration, Pyramid College of Business & Technology organized a Learning skills session of Captain Ajay Kumar, Director, Naval Sports Board with the students of PCBT Campus.
Captain Ajay Kumar who has recently been to Asian Games with the Indian Squad as an Observer has won Gold Medal in Triple Jump in World Military Games held at Seoul, South Korea. He has also represented India in the Rio Olympics with the Sports Team.
While interacting with students Captain Ajay Kumar said that Sports play a vital role in every individual's life. In a long run the active and continued participation in sports and athletics pays rich dividends in terms of fitness, well-being, and happiness.
He emphasized that the young Generation should start participation in certain sports activities. He further shared that winning or losing in sports is not at all important, but the happiness originating from the participation is a highly cherished trophy. Mr. Kumar also talked about the famous personality & the recent Asian Games Shot Put Gold Medalist Tejinder Pal Singh Toor who trained with him and reaches to Mr. Kumar everytime he needs motivation & support
In addition to the time spent with the students, interacting and deliberating on sports and fitness, Captain Ajay Kumar presented a certificate of appreciation to Mr. Harmandeep Singh Bhullar, who has recently been in news, a student of MBA III who is very passionate about cycling and been to many places. Capt. Kumar encouraged him to continue his efforts towards his goal.
Prof. Jatinder Singh Bedi thanked Capt. Kumar for taking out time from his schedule and praised him for his passionate approach towards fitness.
Dr. Sanjay Bahl, Director gave vote of thanks to Captain Ajay Kumar for sharing his views and experience with the students of PCBT Campus & felicitated him with a token of appreciation. Students gathered in large no. to seek fitness related queries and future in national sports tournaments.