Delhi Public School, Rudrapur welcomes Bronze medal winner, Mr. Simranjit Singh

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Simranjit Singh plays for the Indian National Team as an Indian field hockey player. He has made the nation proud by winning a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games. 
Today, on 24th August 2021, Mr. Simranjit Singh, Bronze medal winner at Tokyo Olympic Games and a member of the Indian Hockey Team was warmly welcomed at Delhi Public School, Rudrapur. Simranjit Singh ji is currently the main player of the Indian Hockey team. He scored 2 goals, and as a virtue of his scoring 2 goals, the Indian men’s hockey team won bronze in the Olympics. 
On this occasion the chairman of the school, Mr. Surjit Singh Grover, said that Delhi Public School Rudrapur has always been focused towards education as well as sports. The school is dedicated and in the future as well the school holds great potential for inspiring students and encouraging them to actively participate in sports. 
Simranjit Singh has become an inspiration for the younger generation to play hockey.  Shri Simranjit Singh was the chief guest and he thanked Delhi Public School Rudrapur as well as appreciated their steps towards encouraging sports. He also said that sports are imperative for the all round development of the child.
On this occasion, Delhi Public School, Rudrapur thanked Mr. Simranjit Singh for his admirable and exceptional performance at the Tokyo Olympics. On this occasion, Mr. Surjit Singh Grover, Chairman, Delhi Public School, Rudrapur Ji, as well as Simranjit Singh Ji’s parents and other family members with Shri Suresh Pandey (Assistant Director of Sports Department, Uttarakhand), Mr. Nagendra Sharma (Sports Officer, Kumaon University), Mrs. Rashika Siddiqui
(Sports Officer, Rudrapur) and children of DPS and Jesse Public School and many other sports lovers were present. 
The conference held by Delhi Public School, Rudrapur is applaudable. It has given many young children an opportunity to witness Simranjit Singh. This will inspire, encourage and motivate many students to take up sports. 

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