LAHORE: The Punjab government has decided to revive sports at the college level from Jan 1, 2023, besides organising inter-district, divisional and provincial games.

The decision was taken by Sports and Youth Affairs Secretary Ehsan Bhutta on Thursday at a meeting held at the Punjab Stadium to review the revival of sports in colleges.

Revival of sports in colleges and expenditures were discussed in detail during the meeting also attended by Higher Education Department representative Mr. Shaukat, Director Public Instructions Colleges, Additional Secretary Sports.”

Annual Academic and Sports Calendar of colleges, monthly sports plan in colleges for 12 months w.e.f January, annual sports gala in all colleges in January and inter-district, inter-division and provincial level sports competitions also came under discussion during the meeting,” a press release issued by the Punjab Sports Department stated on Thursday.

“A detailed plan will be finalised within two days after the collaboration between the officers of both the departments,” he said.

Published in Dawn, December 9th, 2022

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