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DBMS Kadma High School, Jamshedpur, gets state-of-the-art basketball court

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Posted on 09 Mar 2022
12:29 PM
Ashok Kumar, former executive member of the Basketball Federation of India, meets the players after inaugurating the new basketball court at DBMS Kadma High School, Jamshedpur.

Ashok Kumar, former executive member of the Basketball Federation of India, meets the players after inaugurating the new basketball court at DBMS Kadma High School, Jamshedpur. School

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Summary
The new court has polypropylene interlocking tiled floor, which reduces sprain and strain with its anti-skid property
Better sports environment for students to help improve their expertise in the game

DBMS Kadma High School, Jamshedpur, now has a state-of-the-art basketball court ratified by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA).

The sports facility was inaugurated by Ashok Kumar, former executive member of the Basketball Federation of India (BFI), and his wife Shanta Ashok Kumar on March 8.

An exhibition match was played between the students of DBMS English School and DBMS Kadma High School after the court was inaugurated.

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Students also took part in an inter-house match and all players received certificates of participation.

The new court has polypropylene interlocking tiled floor, which reduces sprain and strain with its anti-skid property. The sports tiles used in the court are weather-proof, resilient and prevent hard fall. The polypropylene plastic surface provides greater shock and sound absorption.

Ashok Kumar inaugurates the basketball court.

Ashok Kumar inaugurates the basketball court. School

“The court is built with the aim of providing students with better sports environment and to improve their expertise in the game,” said a spokesperson of the CBSE-affiliated school.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by Ashish Kumar, head of Tata Steel Sports; Harbhajan Singh; Bhanumathi Neelkantan, chairperson of DBMS Kadma High School; B. Chandrashekhar, joint chairperson of the school; and Lalitha Chandrashekhar, member of the school’s board of trustees.

The chief guests and members of the school’s managing committee released a bunch of balloons.

Last updated on 09 Mar 2022
23:16 PM
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