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Shandilya advises students to work hard to achieve goal

FORMER WORLD Billiards champion Ashok Shandilya visited Advance Academy and addressed the students. Addressing the students, he said apart from academics sports also is an important aspect. Students should work hard and try to be disciplined in all walks of life. He said his hard work only helped him to become famous and he used to work 10 hours daily, which has helped him to achieve the goal.

india Updated: Apr 23, 2006 13:59 IST

FORMER WORLD Billiards champion Ashok Shandilya visited Advance Academy and addressed the students. Addressing the students, he said apart from academics sports also is an important aspect. Students should work hard and try to be disciplined in all walks of life. He said his hard work only helped him to become famous and he used to work 10 hours daily, which has helped him to achieve the goal.

He told the students that along with the studies they should spare one hour for any game of his/her choice to help keep their minds fresh. He requested the school management to arrange one billiards table to add to their sports activity along with other sports.

This would help the students to know about the game from their school level. Earlier, Shandliiya accompanied by MP Billiards and Snooker Association treasurer V Puranik was welcomed by Academy principal Shyam Agarwal. Advance Academy vice principal Manoj Kotekar conducted the programme and proposed vote of thanks.

Cricket camp
ANNUAL SUMMER cricket coaching camp organised by Indore Sports Club would begin on April 23 at ITI grounds. Secretary of the club Karan Singh Shekhawat said the camp would be held for the age group of 8 to 17 years. The coaching would be held from 6 am to 9 am.

Former Ranji players Sanjeev Rao and Karan Singh Shekhawat would coach the boys. They would be assisted by Raju Singh Chouhan, Rishi Yengde, Bhavani Shankar Joshi and Dinesh Tomar.

Interested players to take part in the coaching camp may contact Bhavani Shankar Joshi/Raju Singh Chouhan/Dinesh Tomar at ITI grounds.