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A student of RIET, Jaipur honored the title of National Referee in Taekwondo

Updated on Tue, 10 February 2015 at 15:30 IST
Rajasthan Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur

Saurabh Kumar Singh, a student of second year B.Tech Computer Science Engineering of Rajasthan Institute of Engineering & Technology (RIET) Jaipur, one of the renowned Engineering and Management Institution in Rajasthan has been selected for the post of “National Referee for Taekwondo” in recently held National Kyurugi Referee seminar by the Taekwondo Federation of India in New Delhi. Saurabh Kumar Singh is a Black Belt in Taekwondo.

On this occasion, the Honorable Chairman, Mr. R.S. Tomar RIET, Jaipur said, “We are very proud to say that Saurabh Kumar Singh, who has a Black belt in Taekwondo, has shown that along with studies, one can also excel in sports. At RIET, we encourage all sporting activities and give ample opportunity to our students to nurture their talents. We believe participation in various sports in the institution, helps to build an overall strong personality to face the challenges of the future. We whole heartedly congratulate Saurabh for his achievement and wish him success for all his future endeavors.”

National Kyurugi Referee seminar was organized by the Taekwondo Federation of India (TFI) under World Taekwondo federation (WTF). The seminar was organised at an All India Level in Delhi and had participation of referees from all across the country. The examiner and trainer of the seminar was “Master Angela De Abreu e Naik” who is a WTF International Referee Kyorugi & Poomsae, appointed by the TFI.

 
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