Department of Physical Education in Collaboration with NCC,NSS,IIC,Student Council,,Buddy Group,EBSB and Red Ribbon Club under the aegis of “Fit India Movement” Organised “One Week Yoga Workshop” Basic Physical Activities from 9th May,2022 to 14th May,2022.
Department of Physical Education in association with NCC, IQAC and NSS under the aegis of ‘Fit India Movement’ organized an Extension Lecture on ‘Yoga For Well- Being’ on 29 April,2022. Dr. Neeru Malik, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education, Dev Samaj College of Education, Sector 36-B, Chandigarh was the Resource Person. She shared her valuable views about Yoga and with different exercises how we will make our body fit. Total participants are 350.
Under the guidance of Dr (Mrs) Rajwinder Kaur (HOD) Deptt. of Physical Education, 25 students has participated in the 750 Million Surya Namaskar Challenge for 21 days sponsored by UGC on the auspicious occasion of the 75th anniversary of independence of India Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav and got certificates on 1st to 21st January,2022.
Student of the department of physical education participated in Gatka inter college competition held at Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for women jhar sahib on dated 29Dec 2021 our Student
Kalpna won bronze medal in farri soti competition.
Students of Department of Physical Education participated in Karate Inter College Competition Dated on 26th December, 2021. In the Competition Manpreet Kaur clinched Gold Medal in 61 KG Category and also Ritika Rani clinched Bronze Medal in 68 KG Weight Category. Under the Supervision of Dr. Rajwinder Kaur (HOD) and Mrs. Rajdeep Kaur, Deptt. of Physical Education, the Karate Team achieved Overall 3rd Place in Panjab University, Chandigarh.
7th Kyo Rin State Karate Championship 2021 at Ludhiana our team win
Three Gold Medals
Two Silver Medals
One Bronze Medal ON 19TH December,2021.
Physical education department of Dasmesh girls college Mukerian has celebrated 29th August 2021 , Sports day on the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand who is regarded as nation’s greatest hockey player of our time . Stressing the need to stay fit and healthy this day is observed to spread awareness on the importance of sports and daily activities in every individual’s life .Activity performed by students yogic exercise ,running, oath, Badminton etc. Whole activities have coordinated by Physical Education Department.
June 23rd is celebrated as International Sports Day all over the world. This day is dedicated to sports. The main theme of the day is ” stay healthy ,stay strong and stay active with the Olympic day workout”. On this day our college students took part in different activities like Running, Warming up, Jogging,Yoga, Badminton, Karate, Skipping Rope etc. This whole activities are directed under the guidance of Principal Dr. Karamjit Kaur and coordinated by Dr Rajwinder kaur H.O.D Department of Physical Education
Athletic Meet on 15th February, 2019.
National Sports Day on Birth Anniversary of Hockey Legend Major Dhyan Chand Ji on 29th August, 2019
Baba Banda Singh Bahadur International Tournament in Gatka at Ludhiana on 27 0ctober (2018-19)
Run and Ride Rally at Hoshiarpur 2018-19.
Athletic Meet 2018-19
National Seminar on “ Relevance of Yoga in modern Times”on 10th February, 2018.
Athletic Meet 2017-18
Positions in Weight Lifting Inter College Held At Gobind Public College Alour ( Khanna )2017-18.
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