JK Business School announces scholarships to the winning teams of the two day Inter School Volleyball and Basketball Competition
11/02/2009

• Winner teams to get scholarships from JK Business School
• 30 public schools in the vicinity of Gurgaon participated in the two days competition
• An endeavor from JK Business school to encourage extra curricular activities

Online PR News – 02-November-2009 – – Gurgaon, November 2, 2009: J K Business School, one of the premier business schools in India, today announced to provide scholarships to the winning teams of the two day inter school Basketball and Volleyball competition which was held at St. P.B.N Public school, Gurgaon. The two day competition witnessed the participation of 30 public schools in the vicinity of Gurgaon.

Speaking on the occasion Dr. Reena Ramachandran, Director General, JK Business School said, “We are very happy to announce the scholarships to the winning teams of both Basketball and Volleyball competition. Apart from sponsoring the competition, our endeavor is to promote extra curricular activities among the school students and also to encourage them to be all-rounder in their life.”

Basketball competition was open for both boys and girls while volleyball competition was restricted for only boys. The competition witnessed a huge gathering of students and sports lovers at the venue. JK Business School sponsored the entire competition as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.

“We at JK Business School always encourage our students to participate in extra curricular activities like sports. We hope that this type of competition will encourage students to be actively participating in sports.” added Dr. Ramachandran.

The Sri Ram School, Aravali, has emerged as the winner in the Basket Ball competition in Boys category, while The Sri Ram School, Molsari, has won the title in the Girls category. On the other hand, Sanatan Dharam Adarsh Vidyalaya (SDAV), Gurgaon has lifted the title in the Volleyball competition which was open only to Boys.