A Three day (29th to 31st December) Sports league held in Career Point University for all the faculty members of university from different departments. It included participants from both the teaching and non-teaching staff. The league continued from 29th December to 31st  December and included various outdoor and indoor sports. The major attraction in outdoor sports was Cricket and Volleyball while badminton was the indoor game which magnetized the female faculty participants. Carom and Table tennis were the other indoor games which pulled the enthusiastic participation.

The two-day cricket league was won by the team Computer Science and Civil engineering, beating the university administration team who chased the winners very well and were placed on the second position. The enthusiastic players of cricket winner team also celebrated their other victory in Volleyball while the Computer application department secured the position of runner ups.

Indoor games were proved to be the winning estate for Computer application department. Badminton itself was integrated of three different categories which included singles (female), doubles (female) and mixed doubles. In all three categories, teams from CA department placed their success, defeating teams from Agriculture and English departments. Three matches were played by six teams in Carom which included, Dean agriculture-Dean engineering with mathematics department, HOD Computer application-HOD mathematics with computer application faculties and English-Electrical with Administration-management. In Table tennis, mathematics department got first position in men’s single match.

31st December was the last day of year 2016 and so, for the Faculty Sports league too. The plane to this league landed very smoothly and effectively on the ground of success and cheerfulness due to the active and energetic participation of all the CPU faculty members from various departments and courses. It boosted up the faculties with refreshed minds for the upcoming year. The positive sportsman spirit shown by university staff in Sports League is worth applaud and should be encouraged and appreciated.

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