Corona: Sports college ban on entry of outside players, All India football tournament also postponed

Abstract
The principal of sports college decided to protect against coronavirus
Entry will not be given to players coming from outside for practice

There is a big impact on playgrounds due to Coronavirus. After the ban on cricket activities across the state, now the entry of outside players has been banned in Maharana Pratap Sports College. Now no outside players will be able to come to the college for training.

An order in this regard has been issued on behalf of Ajay Kumar Aggarwal, Principal of Sports College, which said that this decision has been taken to prevent the coronavirus. There was a possibility of the virus spreading due to outsiders coming to the college. Dozens of players from outside came to the college every morning and evening for training. Currently, their entry has been banned. Apart from this, college students have also been sent on leave.

All India football tournament postponed, now from 13th September
The first All India GC Nagalia Memorial Football tournament has been postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. In a meeting held at the office of the Bengali Library on Monday, organizer Ram Prasad said that the tournament was proposed from April 10.

Many big teams from the country were to participate in it, but in view of the outbreak of Coronavirus, the tournament has been postponed for some time. The tournament will now take place from 13 September. General Secretaries Gurcharan Singh, PC Verma, Neenu Sehgal, Usman Khan, Sewa Singh Matharu, Kumar Thapa were present in the meeting.

Medical colleges in Dehradun also leave till March 31
All the medical, nursing and paramedical colleges in Dehradun have also got leave orders till 31 March. These colleges will be open only to students of MBBS, MSc or other final year courses only. During this period, the same employees who have duty will be able to go to college. Admission to college will be restricted to others.

District Magistrate Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava said that in Dehradun district, leave has been declared for all except the final year students in all government, semi-government and non-government colleges, nursing colleges, paramedical and nursing schools.

It has been clarified here on the order of the government that during this period only those students whose class has not been canceled. If these orders are not followed then action will be taken against the concerned college or educational institution.

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