STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: To make the participants aware regarding latest Indian Yongmudo Federation Rules, Yongmudo Association J&K organised three-day long Advance Training/State Level Refree Seminar/Exam at Channi Himmat, which concluded here on Sunday. The seminar was conducted by Rana Ajay Singh, General Secretary Indian Yongmudo Federation and Brijesh Bhau Chief Technical Director. Around sixteen players from across the State appeared in the event. The main motive behind organising the aforesaid seminar was to make the participants aware regarding latest Indian Yongmudo Federation Rules, so that the State based referees can held the championships at various District/State level and also get a chance to officiate at National Championships. Gopal Dass of district Samba and Shakti Kumar of district Kathua were awarded with Certificate of Qualified Class B Refree, Tanish Kumar, Avneet Kour, Shaarvi Magazine, Priya Devi of Jammu district were awarded with Certificate of Qualified Class C Refree while Vinay Bhat of Ramban District, Razaq Ahmed of Kathua District were awarded with Certificate of Class C Refree. Moreover Utkarsh Bhau, Jasleen Kour, Soham Magazine, Ishant Gupta, Shambavi Gujral, Shreevali Gujral, Arindam and Sahil Kumar also appeared in Advance Level Training Seminar and were also awarded with certificates. During the closing ceremony, Dr. Amit Vaid, Chairman of Yongmudo Association J&K, was the Chief Guest whereas Amandeep Singh, Vice President of the Association and Aruna Bhau, Treasurer-cum-Publicity Secretary were also present. Rana Ajay Singh and Amit Vaid communicated about the benefit of Yongmudo. Sukhbir Singh President, Yongmudo Association J&K welcomed Ajay Singh Rana in the J&K and expressed thanks to him for conducting the Advance Training/State Level Refree Seminar/Exam. Brijesh Bhau said that the primary aim of this seminar was to bring the talent of the State players into light and to expose this Yongmudo Art at the National/ International level so that more people can take advantage of this art.
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