Asian Education Group (AEG) held its renowned annual inter-college sports meet – ATHLEEMA 2019-Season 7 – from 13th to 15th March 2019 at the grand Jasola Sports Complex, New Delhi with its traditional punch of discipline, excitement and grandeur.
The inaugural function of ATHLEEMA 2019-Season 7 was a very power packed affair and it took place on Wednesday, 13th March 2019.
The sports meet started with a contagious zest among the participants and spectators. The opening ceremony commenced with the torch-lighting ceremony, ignited by the respected Directors of AEG. This marked the permission for the march-past.
An impressive line-up of some 35 participating colleges showed their co-ordination, spirit and a strive for perfection. This included Asian Business School along with the three constituent group colleges of Asian Education Group – namely, Asian School of Business (ASB) & Asian Law College (ALC) – which actively participated in this high-pitch athletics’ meet.
As the ATHLEEMA-Season 7 was dedicated to the martyrs of the recent ‘Pulwama attack’, the meet observed two-minute silence to commemorate the martyrs. This was then followed by the lamp-lighting ceremony – construed as a metaphor for brightness, positivity and the good spirits!
After this, the esteemed Directors of AEG inspired the team for the level-up. While Dr. Lalitya Vir Srivastava (Director, AEG) inspired the participants with his encouraging speech, Mr. Saurabh Sharma (Director, AEG) motivated the participants to inculcate the sportsmanship not just on the ground but also in their personal lives. Again, Mr. Gurdeep Singh Raina (Director, AEG) fostered the participants’ energy and Dr. Saleem Akhtar (Director, ALC) evoked the students to be true and honest in their actions.
To mark ATHLEEMA Season 7 open, bunches of balloons were released by the Directors that soared high into the horizon, adding colours of joy and celebration. Symbolically, this portrayed a strong message … “let all the fear fly away and the participation be taken to the next level!”
This was then followed by the respectful singing of our national anthem, serving as an important identity and unifying factor as a country.
Post this function, the Directors inaugurated the individual events at their respective venues.
The 36 participating teams were:
|1||ABES ENGINEERING COLLEGE|
|2||ACHARYA NARENDRA DEV COLLEGE|
|3||AJAY KUMAR GARG ENGINEERING COLLEGE|
|4||AMITY INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOY AND ALLIED SCIENCES|
|5||AMITY SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION|
|6||AMITY SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION & SPORTS SCIENCES|
|7||AMITY UNIVERSITY, UTTAR PRADESH|
|8||ASIAN ACADEMY OF FILM AND TELEVISION|
|9||ASIAN BUSINESS SCHOOL|
|10||ASIAN LAW COLLEGE|
|11||ASIAN SCHOOL OF MEDIA STUDIES|
|12||ASIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS|
|13||ASIAN SCHOOL OF MEDIA STUDIES|
|14||BHAGINI NIVEDITA COLLEGE (UNIVERSITY OF DELHI)|
|15||DYAL SINGH COLLEGE, DELHI|
|16||FOSTIIMA BUSINESS SCHOOL|
|18||GAUTAM BUDDHA UNIVERSITY|
|19||GURU TEGH BAHADUR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY|
|20||IIBS NOIDA CAMPUS|
|21||INDRAPRASTHA INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DELHI|
|22||J.S.S. ACADEMY OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, NOIDA|
|23||JAMIA HAMDARD, DELHI|
|24||JIMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL CAMPUS (JEMTEC)|
|25||LADY SHRI RAM COLLEGE FOR WOMEN|
|26||MATA SUNDRI COLLEGE FOR WOMEN|
|27||NDIM – NEW DELHI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT|
|28||NETAJI SUBHAS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY|
|29||PANNALAL GIRDHARLAL DAYANAND ANGLO VEDIC COLLEGE|
|32||SHAHEED RAJGURU COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES FOR WOMEN|
|34||SHIKSHAPEETH COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY|
|35||VIVEKANAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE|