Govinda Dasa College, Surathkal in association with Surathkal Sports Academy, Surathkal conducted Volleyball, Throwball and Cricket Summer Coaching Camp 2018. The Coaching Camp was inaugurated on Tuesday, 10th April 2018 at the College premises. Sri Gowtham Shetty, Physical Director, DPS, MRPL inaugurated the event.
“One has to show keen interest in sports, Systematic and continuous practice helps a person to become good sports person. Interest in sports should not be limited to sports campus. It has to be constant. You can shape your good shape, good personality and it culminates healthy lifestyle” appealed Sri Gowtham Shetty, the President of Torpedo Sports Club, Haleangadi and winner of Dakshina Kannada District Level Rajyotsava Award 2017. Mr. Pundalik Hosabettu, National Sports Person said, “With the help of institutional support we can encourage sports personalities like Mamatha Poojari and more can emerge with constant support”.
Sri M Venkat Rao, Secretary, H. V. Sangha ®, Surathkal, Sri Lokesh KOdikere, Founder President, Tulunadu Biruver, Prof. P. Krishnamurthi, Vice Principal of Govinda Dasa College, Surathkal, Sri Bharatesh Bangera, Senior Project Manager, Infosys Limited, Mangalore, Dr. Harikrishna, President of Rotary Club, Surathkal are the chief guests.
Dr B. Muralidhar Rao, Principal, Govinda Dasa College, Surathkal presided over the function. Edwin Charles, President of Surathkal Sports Academy, Mr Harish Kumar, Physical Director of GDC and Mr Udaya Kumar, Physical Director of MDS Pre-University College coordinated the programme. It is a matter of great satisfaction that in Cricket, 60 boys and five girls, in Volleyball 55 boys and 20 girls, in Throw Ball 30 girls were undergoing the coaching. The coaching was given by the President of Surathkal Sports Academy Ewin Charles, Sandeep Kadambodi, Surendra Kadambodi, Sadhik Kulai, Rakesh Hosabettu were the trainers in Cricket, Vinod Kumar Sasihithlu, Udaya Kumar Chelyaru, Nizamuddin, Jamuna Singh, Nandan in VolleyBall, Sujith Saliyan and Venugopal trained the participants in Throwball. The training will continue for a month.