The Kakatiya University would be hosting the South Zone Inter-University Handball Tournament for Women from December 8 to 11.
Speaking to newsmen here on Tuesday, University Vice Chancellor R. Sayanna said that various committees have been constituted and all arrangements have been completed for the smooth conduct of the event.
Five new Handball grounds were prepared to organize the games successfully. Teams from 46 universities with a total of 750 players are participating in the tournament. Accommodation has been provided to the players on the campus and at Kakatiya Institute of Technology and Chaitanya Degree and PG College in the city.
A.K. Tarzan of Islamic University of Science & Technology, J&K would be the AIU observer.
Professor Sayanna pointed out that the University has the distinction of hosting Central Zone and South Zone inter-university tournaments successfully in the past and winning medals. In 2013, when the Handball tournament for Central Zone Inter-Universities was held at Kakatiya University, the Men’s Team of the university won the first place and the women team fourth place.
The Vice-Chancellor would inaugurate the tournament on Friday morning on the campus. University Sports Board Secretary G. Pani is the organizing secretary for the Handball tournament. A contingent of 16 players of home team is being trained under coach B.Ramesh and M.L. Josephine is the manager of the team.
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