Coaching programme for CCL employees
Federation of Football Coaches in India (FFCI), a Pan India entity of Indian Football Coaches accredited and recognized by All India Football Federation (AIFF) is conducting certification programme for CCL employees(15) from 8-13th September, 2018. On successful completion of the course the candidates will be awarded with AIFF -D coaching license which will enable them to work as coach in schools, colleges, clubs and other coaching institutes at grass root level. Sanjay Kumar Banerjee, President of FFCI, Sanjay Srivastav, Joint Secy. FFCI and Indranil Chakrborty, Coach TFA and others met CCL Director(Pers) R S Mahapatro at CCL headquarters, Darbhanga House, Ranchi. Senior officials of CCL- P Bhattacherjee, GM Legal, Rashmi Dayal, GM (Welfare) and Adil Hussain, Manager (Sports)- were present to grace the occasion.
Japan scholarship for DPS student
Soujanya Dash, daughter of Sanjit Kumar Dash and Binaya Dash has proved DPS, Ranchi’s vision of nurturing Global Citizens true by getting selected for RITSUMEIKAN ASIA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY in Japan for an integrated course of MBA with a scholarship of 80 per cent. Moreover, the Government of Japan will be giving her an amount of 45,000 Yen per month for six months. In 13 years of her schooling at DPS Ranchi, she had bagged many prizes for her academic as well as cultural excellence. She was a meritorious student throughout the school and had proved it by scoring 96 per cent in AISSE, 2018 (Science stream, PCM with PHE and finance). Principal, Dr. Ram Singh said that the school wants other children to take inspiration from Soujanya so that they can also prove the potential of DPS Ranchi to the world.
Lessons on self-defence
Inner Wheel Club Zest organised self-defence training programme for the girl students of Abhyas Balika Vidhalaya at Gamahria. A total of 100 girls participated in the programme. Trainers Neeraj and Pooja gave important tips followed by Nageshwar Rao. The programme is of three months and classes would be conducted every week. President of the club, Nisha Gadia and Neeta Agarwal were present on the occasion. “Women need to make self-protection a greater priority. The basic self-defense course presentation is designed for mid to late teens and women,” said Nisha Gadia.