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GCU WINS the Under-17 National Squash Championship

 

Muhammad Uzair Rasheed, a student of Government College University Lahore, has won the Under-17 National Squash Championship organised by the Sindh Squash Association in collaboration with the Sindh Rangers in Jahangir Khan Squash Complex, Karachi. As many top 20 players from all the regions of Pakistan participated in Under-17 category at the championship titled the 10th DG Rangers Sindh National Open Squash Championship. Uzair representing GCU Lahore defeated Pakistan Air Force Academy cadet Zeehsan Zaib in the finals by 3-0. Earlier, he defeated Haris Qasim from Punjab in semi-finals. GCU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan congratulated Uzair Rasheed on his extraordinary performance in the Championship.

 

Muhammad Uzair Rasheed poses for a photo with

Vice Chancellor GCU and Director Sports after winning

the Under-17 National Squash Championship.

(10-01-2017)

GCU shines in sports

The Government College University Lahore has won the Lahore Board Inter-Collegiate Gymnastics and Badminton Championships 2016 besides securing third positions in Inter-Universities Athletics and Squash Championships 2016 organised by the Higher Education Commission.

According to details, the team GCU stood first in Inter-Collegiate Gymnastics Championship 2016 by clinching four of total six gold medals. While, the Punjab College and Islamia College Civil Lines Lahore secured the second and third positions respectively in the contest which was organised by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore.  Syed Noor Khan from GCU was declared the Best Gymnast 2016, while Ravians Arab Jan and Abdul Wakeel also secured gold medals.

The GCU sportsmen also lifted the team trophy at the BISE Inter-Collegiate Badminton Championship. The team GCU comprising Sahil-e-Arwand, Abul Kalam Azad, Muhammad Talha, Yasir Rehman and Muhammad Sajjad beat the Superior College in semi-finals and then Punjab College in the finals of the tournament. Ravians also secured the third position among the 47 educational institutions participating in the HEC Inter-Universities Athletics Championship 2016 by winning one gold and three bronze medals. GCU athlete Muhammad Ramzan clinched one gold and two bronze medals. Mohsin Naveed also secured the Bronze Medal. A GCU team, comprising Ahmad Ali, Adnan Ali Nawaz and Jahnzeb Khan, beat the Sarhad University in a match for third position in the in Inter-Universities Championship 2016.

Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan congratulated the Ravian sportsmen on their excellent performance. The Director Sports said that GCU was one of the finest sports nurseries for producing and grooming sportsmen for National teams, and had been maintaining its tradition of excellence in sports since 1947. He said the sports history of GC University could be traced from the 1931-32 session when GC became the overall champion and won the general trophy of college and universities games for the first time.

(30-11-2016)

 

 

 

Notification

(09-09-2016)

 

 

ANNUAL GCU SPORTS CONCLUDE

 

The departments of Economics and Physical Education lifted the prestigious team trophies in boys and girls categories respectively at the closing day of the 116th Annual Sports of the Government College University Lahore. Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashood Ahmed Khan was the Chief Guest at the prize distribution ceremony at the university’s Oval Ground while Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah was also present. Benish Nawaz of Physical Education Department won the title of Best Female Athlete of GCU for her extraordinary performance in different sports competitions. Subhan Masood of Economics Department was declared the Best Male Athlete.

     

The closing was marked by colorful Gymkhana events including Girls Chatti Race, Cricket Ball Throw, Pillow Fighting, Staff Children Race, Wheel Barrow Race, Musical Chair and Old Ravians Handicap Race. The Education Minister and Vice Chancellor also took part in the tug-of-war against the Old Ravians as a message to promote the culture of sports among students and faculty members.

 

 

In his address, Rana Mashood on the behalf of the Punjab government announced establishing a state-of-the-art Gymnasium and swimming pool at GCU Cricket Ground. He also said GCU had produced not only scientists, bureaucrats, politicians but also a lot of world class athletes and all national teams of Pakistan always had representation of GCU.

 

Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and GCU Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan, in their addresses, congratulated the winning teams, saying that promotion of sports ultimately curbed the inclination of youth towards negative activities and deterred them from getting swept off their feet by retrogressive forces. “Rather than involving themselves in unfruitful and negative activities, students should actively engage themselves in sports,” the Vice Chancellor said. He believed that it’s sports and co-curricular where the real character-building of students took place. 

 

Earlier, in the competitions, Farzana Ashraf won Chatti Race and Cricket Ball Throw, while Nadia Rohi was triumphant in the Musical Chair. Muhammad Ghor won the Obstacle Race, the most difficult competition of the day. Rashid Hafeez crossed the finish line fist in Sack Race.

 

(21-03-2016)

 

 

2nd day of 116th Annual Sports of GCU

 

Muhammad Ramzan, a student of Physical Education Department, has won the 1500 Meters Race, at the second day of the 116th Annual Sports of Government College University, Lahore which was marked by the athletic competitions among students and faculty and staff members. Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah, GCU Sports Board Chairman Prof Dr Ikram ul Haq, Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan and other senior faculty members gave away medals to the winning students and departmental teams.

 

Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor Prof Shah said that the real beauty of their annual sports lied in the collective participation of students and teachers from all the academic departments of the university. Above all, this year physically-challenged students are also participating in the sports.

 

 

 

Later, Mohsin Naveed, another student of Physical Education Department, won the 400-metre Hurdle Race by putting his endurance to test; finishing the race in the 00:57:63 breaking his last year best of 01:08:28 seconds. However, in 100 Metres final, Subhan Masood of Economics Department reached the finishing line in 10:75 seconds which earned him a Gold Medal. Mohisn Naveed, Benish Saleem and Qaiser Abbass won the Triple Jump (Boys), 100-Meter Race (Girls) and Discus-Throw (Boys). Economics Department’s boys’ team won 4x100 Meters Relay. GCU Sports Department won the 4x100 Metres Staff Relay Race. 

 

(18-03-2016)

 

 

Physically-challenged students shine in GCU 116th Annual Sports

 

The physically-challenged students of the Government College University Lahore once again proved that disability is not inability through their active participation in athletics at the inaugural ceremony of the university’s 116th Annual Sports. About 6,000 students from 32 departments of the university took part in the opening ceremony which was marked by a grand march past, sports day oath and athletics meet.

 

The Department of Electrical Engineering bagged the prestigious trophy of the Best March Past Contingent, while the contingents of Department of Physical Education and Department of Political Science stood second and third. “Others have won the trophies, but the contingent of physically-challenged students have won our hearts.” said that Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah while having a special group photograph with physically-challenged students as it was for first time in the university’s history that these students have formally participated in the university’s annual sports. The GCU Directorate of Sports specially designed competitions for them which included Wheel Chair Race, Clutches Race and White Cane Race.

           

Earlier, the GCU athletes, led by Mohsin Naveed, took oath that they would take part in three-day annual games abiding by the rules and in the true spirit of sportsmanship for the glory of sports and the honour of their teams. The musicians hailing from GCU Nazir Ahmed Music Society (NAMS) presented a special anthem for 116th GCU Athletics Meet.

 

In his message on the annual sports, GCU Chairman Sports Board Prof Dr Ikram-ul-Haq sports, besides enthralling, taught students tolerance and developed a spirit of competition among them. He said that GCU had always encouraged the students to take part in sports and healthy co-curricular activities.

 

Students take part in march-past at the inaugural ceremony of the 116th Annual Sports of GC University Lahore at the Punjab Stadium. 

 

 

Addressing the opening ceremony, GCU Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan said that the importance given to sports by the developed countries was no less than education. He said sports education disciplined students. He advised the university students to never compromise on the standards of sportsmanship. “Sportsmanship is more important than winning an event,” he added.

 

Later, the first day of the annual sports event was marked by 800-metre race which was won by Muhammad Ramzan, a student of Physical Education Department. Muhammad Raees Younas, Abdul Kareem, Subhan Masood and Alam Saddam won the gold medals in Shot Put, Long Jump, 200-Meter Race and Javelin Throw Boys.

     

The athletics events of 5,000-Metre Race, 1,500-Metre Race, Triple Jump, and Pole Vault will be held at the Punjab Stadium. However, the most enthralling Gymkhana events which include Ministerial Staff Race, Naib Qasid Race, Four Legged Race, Cricket Throw Ball for Girls, Pillow Fighting, Staff Children Race, Stilt Race, 60-Metre Race, Sack Race, Chatti Race for Girls and Obstacle Race will be held at the closing ceremony at GCU Oval Ground.

 

(17-03-2016)

 

GCU athlete sets new record

An athlete of the Government College University Lahore, Muhammad Ramzan, has set a new inter-universities record in 5000m race at the All Pakistan Inter-Universities Championship 2016 held under the auspices of the Higher Education Commission. As many 36 universities are participating in the championship which is being held at the Peshawar University, KPK. Muhammad Ramzan finished the race 16:20 and secured the Gold Medal. Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan congratulated Muhammad Ramzan on his extraordinary performance in the HEC championship.

 

 

 

 

 

(03-03-2016)

 

Shair Afghan wins Mr. GCU title

 

Shair Afghan, a student of BSc (Honors) Economics, won the prestigious title of “Mr. GCU 2015-16” at the Annual Inter-department Bodybuilding Championship organized by the Government College University Lahore Sports Department. Shair flexed his rippling muscles to win the title in the finals of the competition adjudicated by Pakistan Bodybuilding Federation General Secretary Sheikh Farooq Iqbal, former Mr Pakistan Mr Imran Qureshi and Mian Naseer Ahmed. Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Hassan Amir Shah graced the occasion as the Chief Guest, while GCU Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan were also present.

 

Shair Afghan, the first bagged the top position in the category of musclemen with over 65+kg of weight. Then, he took part in the finals and won the title of Mr GCU Lahore. Ikhlaq, a student of Physics Department, managed to beat tough competitors in the 60Kg category.

The performance of Talha Fahad, hailing from Economics Department was significant since he pushed his young and energetic competitor, Khawaja Muhammad Hassan into second place in the closely contested competition in 75+Kg category. Saif-ur-Rehman, a student of Psychology Department   of GCU Engineering Department bagged the top position in the 80+kg category.

 

Addressing the ceremony, Vice Chancellor Prof. Shah appreciated the hard work of the participants. He pledged maximum support, moral and financial, to the sportsmen by the university administration. Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan hoped that Shair Afghan would soon win the title of Mr Universities Pakistan in the competitions organized by the Higher Education of Pakistan.   

 

Later, the GCU Vice Chancellor along with GCU Director Sports awarded the trophies to the winners of each category.

(03-02-2016)

 

GCU wins Badminton Championship

 

The Government College University Lahore has won the Inter-collegiate Badminton Championship 2015 organised by the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education. About 14 teams of different educational institutions took part in the championship. The team GCU beat the Punjab College in the finals by 3-0. Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah, Chairman Sports Board Prof Dr Ikram ul Haq and Director Sports Khadim Ali met with the GCU badminton team, comprising of team captain Muhammad Muqeet Tahir, Gohar Azam, Talha Khalid, Shoaib Riaz, Yasir Rahman, Sajjad Akbar and Kumail, and congratulated them on their achievements in the Lahore Board Badminton Championship.

 

 

 

(05-11-2015)

 

 

GCU clean sweeps swimming championship

 

The Government College University Lahore has clean swept the Inter-Collegiate Swimming Championship 2015 organised by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore at the swimming pool of FC University Lahore. The team GCU set an unprecedented record of securing all the nineteen gold medals besides four silver and six bronze medals at the championship. Ravian Haider Batoor was adjudicated the best swimmer of the inter-collegiate championship with all over seven gold medals. The team captain, Muhammad Farhan Shahid, won three gold medals and three bronze medals. GCU swimmers Rehman Javed, national record-holder Hassan Ali Raja, Usama Wyne and Azmat Ullah also won the medals at the different events of the championship. Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan met the swimming team and congratulated them on their achievement. GCU swimming team manager Atif Bhatti was also present.

 

The winners of Lahore Board Inter-Collegiate Swimming

 Championship 2015 pose for a photo with Vice Chancellor GCU

(30-10-2015)

 

 

Martial Arts grandmaster calls on GCU Vice Chancellor

 

World Martial Arts Council (WMAC) President Alan Foster visited the Government College University Lahore to discuss with Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah and Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan the prospects for future collaborations. Alan Foster, who is one of the eleven grand masters of Martial Arts in the world, also met with students and shared with them his life journey.

 

Talking to the Vice Chancellor, the WMAC President pledged to provide masters and other technical assistance to GCU for the promotion of martial arts and physical education among the university students. He said it was a matter of great pride for him to visit GCU which was one of the oldest educational institutions of the country. He said he had also visited India but the hospitality and culture of Pakistani people especially students had really inspired him. He said WMAC wanted to establish its regional headquarter at a university in Pakistan. Alan Foster said that he had devoted his life to a mission to promote martial arts in the world. The WMAC President and GCU Director Sports showed great interest in signing a memorandum of understanding for strengthening future collaborations.

 

Vice Chancellor Prof Shah briefed Alan Foster about the glorious history of Government College Lahore in sports and as well as academics.  He said that GCU provided ample sports facilities to students in diverse fields such as athletics, cricket, hockey, tennis, gymnastics, basketball, table tennis, boxing, swimming, rowing and squash. GCU Director Sports Khadim Ali Khan said GCU students and sportsmen had great interest and potential in martial arts and they were sincerely looking forward to the generous support of WMAC to promote martial arts in the country. WMAC international representative Syed Nadar Saidain and faculty members of GCU Physical Education Department Muhammad Waeem Akhter and Muhammad Atif Shafique Bhatti were also present in the meeting with Alan Foster. 

 

(13-10-2015)

 

 

 

 

 


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