University of Technology Student Nirmal Gurjar Bagged Silver Medal in All India Inter University Taekwondo Championship 2024

January 24, 2024

Nirmal Kumar Gurjar, a student from the University of Technology, has secured the silver medal at the prestigious All India Inter University Taekwondo Championship 2024. The event was organized at Shri Jagdish Prasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University, Jhunjhunu where fierce competition was witnessed from talented athletes across the nation.

Nirmal Kumar Gurjar’s exceptional performance and dedication to the sport were evident throughout the championship, earning him well-deserved recognition. The silver medal not only highlights his individual skill but also reflects the rigorous training and support provided by the University of Technology.

The All India Inter University Taekwondo Championship is a platform that brings together some of the most promising talents in the sport, showcasing their skills and determination. Nirmal Kumar Gurjar’s achievement underscores not only his personal triumph but also contributes to the University of Technology’s reputation for fostering excellence in sports.

The entire University of Technology community, administration department, faculty, and fellow students extend their heartfelt congratulations to Nirmal Kumar Gurjar for this remarkable accomplishment. His success serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes within the university and beyond and is a testament to the university’s holistic approach to education and the development of well-rounded individuals.

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