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SRTMU felicitates meritorious students on its' silver jubilee

Nanded, Sep 18 (UNI) To commemorate its' silver jubilee,the Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University (SRTMU) held an award function to felicitate meritorious students here on Wednesday.
Besides SRTMU's Vice-Chancellor Dr Udhav Bhosale,the function was attended by Arjuna as well as Shiv Chhatrapati awards recipient Shantaram Jadhav as Chief Guest.
Speaking during the function, Dr Bhosale said,"Only hard work will not be of use during these days but it should be clubbed with smart work to achieve the target."
While Mr Jadhav told,"The Marathwada region is a treasure trove of good sportspersons but due to lack of proper training they can't exhibit their performance."
"Every sports activity require particular instruments but wrestling and Kabaddi are those games which don't require any instrument apart from physical fitness,"he mentioned.
A total of 51 meritorious students were given cash prizes while awards were also given to academic institutions under the category-Best Annual Issues of Colleges.
The college which bagged the first prize is Ktruwar Arts, Ratanlal Kabra Science and BR Mantri Commerce College of Manwat while the second and third prizes were shared between subsequent colleges.
The second prize was shared between the Havagi Swami College of Udgir and the Ramesh & Ramesh Wadpurkar Arts Commerce and Science College of Parbhani.
The third prize was shared between the Latur's Dayanand Arts College and the Digambarrao Bindu Arts Commerce and Science College Bhokar.
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