State forest minister Chunni Lal Bhagat gave away prizes to the winners.
Exhorting the young participants to adopt sports as their career, Bhagat said, "The state government has decided to increase the reward for Olympic gold winners from `1 crore to `2.25 crore, and as per the new sports policy, we will provide government jobs to achievers in sports in recognition of their contribution to the state."
"Besides, for higher education, 3% of the seats have been reserved for sportspersons," he added. Sports department deputy director Sohan Lal Lotey and assistant director (sports) Rupinder Singh were also present at the closing ceremony.
Kho-Kho final: Mohali (gold) b Patiala (silver) 13-4; Sangrur (bronze) b Gurdaspur 19-11Kabaddi final: Ferozepur (gold) b Bathinda (silver)18-13; Ludhiana, Ropar bronzeVolleyball final: Mansa (gold) b Muktsar Sahib (silver) 3-1; Ludhiana (bronze) b Sangrur 3-0Basketball final: Amritsar (gold) b Mansa (silver) 43-27; Sangrur (bronze) b Muktsar Sahib 32-12Weightlifting (team): Hoshiarpur (gold) 21 points; Sangrur (silver) 14 points; Ludhiana (bronze) 9 pointsBoxing: Bathinda (gold) 24 points; Patiala (silver) 14 points; Faridkot (bronze) 10 pointsHockey: Muktsar Sahib (gold) b Jalandhar (silver) 2-0; Tarn Taran (bronze) b Mansa 5-0Wrestling: Moga (gold) 44 points; Tarn Taran (silver) 23 points; Faridkot (bronze) 8 pointsHandball final: Ropar (gold) b Tarn Taran (silver) 22-20; Faridkot (bronze) b Ludhiana 14-13Judo: Jalandhar and Gurdaspur (gold) 19 points each; Mansa (silver) 15 points; Amritsar (bronze) 5 points