STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Chandeep Singh Sudan, a para athlete from Jammu, on Tuesday shared his life experiences and struggle at Central University of Jammu (CUJ). He shared his enriched experience of setting two world records and winning two gold medals in 4th Asian Para Open Taekwondo Championship, representing India. He advised the students not to lose hope under any consequences and suggested to have strong will power. He was speaking at an interactive session organised by Equal Opportunity Cell of CUJ. He advised the youth to use the technology for their own benefits so that one can contribute to the nation. Prof. Ashok Aima, Vice Chancellor said that prestige and recognition cannot be achieved through entitlements, one has to earn these things. He praised the struggle and positive attitude of Chandeep Singh, who had lost both his hands at the age of 11 but still he writes with his feet and earned fame globally in skating and taekwondo. Prof. Govind Singh, Anti Discrimination Officer of the University formally welcomed the guests. The event started with screening of Documentary on the journey of Chandeep Singh Sudan. Dr Shaveta Kohli conducted the event and Dr. J.N Baliya presented the vote of thanks. Chandeep Singh urged the young audience for setting goals for themselves and work hard with full consistency.
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