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Closing ceremony of CISCE National Sports & Games Tennis Tournament 2022

Sports are thus integrated into the curriculum of CISCE-affiliated schools.

CISCE National Sports & Games Tennis Tournament 2022, under the aegis of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), held its closing Ceremony today at Bengal Tennis Association, Kolkata.

The tournament was hosted by St. Francis Xavier School, Salt Lake, from 24th – 30th September 2022.

Approximately 240 children from India and the UAE have enrolled to compete in the Boys and Girls under 14, 17, and 19 divisions.

Matches were played from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on the intervening days. The competition champions will be able to represent the CISCE at the Khelo India games.

Approximately 250 kids from 12 zones competed, showing the top young tennis talent in the country who will represent CISCE at the SGFI and the Khelo India Games.

Prize Distribution Ceremony followed the closing ceremony at BTA ground on 30th September 2022. Mr. Syed Rahim Nabi, former international footballer, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Other eminent guests present were: Mr. Arijit Basu, Deputy Secretary, CISCE; Mr. Sujoy Biswas – President ASISC and Principal of Ram Mohan Mission School; Mr. Ranjan Mitter, Principal of Future Foundation School and Secretary ASISC.

Mr. Sailesh Pandey- Principal of Ratnakar North Point School and Vice President ASISC WB and NE chapter; Mr. Ajay Chopra Secretary and Administrator STFX; Mrs. Priyanka Chopra, President, STFX, Mr. Anil Srivastava, Principal, STFX; Mrs. Bipasha Das, Headmistress, STFX also graced the occasion.

All the matches were held under Mr. Ronnie Sarkar, Head coach- of BTA. Mr. Garry O’Brien – National spotter- BTA, was one of the dignitaries present at the closing ceremony.

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (the “Council”) has always emphasized the need to provide our pupils with a well-rounded education.

The Council’s goal is to provide a proper platform and opportunity for all children attending connected schools to demonstrate their abilities and skills in various sporting disciplines.

Sports are thus integrated into the curriculum of CISCE-affiliated schools.
Once recognised, the next step is to compete on a larger scale and represent the Council at the School Games Federation of India’s (SGFI) annual National School Games, followed by the Khelo India School Games.
This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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