Apeejay School of Management organizes Mini Marathon

 ‘Stay Strong Stay Long’

A Mini-Marathon with the theme  ‘Stay Strong Live Long’ was organized at Apeejay Campus, Dwarka on Sunday, November 13. The effort was to sensitize the community particularly the residents of Dwarka about the need for eating right and benefits of exercising regularly  in order to lead a long and healthy life.

Dr. Radhika Adholeya and Dr. Alok Saklani, Director,
Apeejay School Of management  flagged off the marathon
Dr Radhika Adholeya and Dr Alok Saklani, Director, Apeejay School Of management flagged off the marathon. Hundreds of students of Apeejay and different schools, faculty, staff of Apeejay School of Management and Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication and also the residents of the Dwarka housing societies participated in the 6.5 kilometer long marathon. The participants were from age three to late eighties who shared the same enthusiasm and spirit regardless their age.
Dr. Alok Saklani addressing the Participants in the Mini Marathon- Stay Strong
Addressing the participants, Dr Saklani highlighted the importance of eating well and regular exercise. He also suggested to gradually transcend  the sedentary kind of lifestyle. He valued the efforts of the Apeejay Institutes in organizing such functions on a regular basis as a part of their social commitment.

At last the winners were given prizes in different categories with Mr. Krishna bagging the first prize and Mr. Ankit bagging the second prize in the open category. Sherbahadur won in the school student’s category. Mr B P Doval who is 86 years old, surprised everyone by winning in the Senior Citizen category (above 60). Ms Shweta Jha, who is a faculty at Apeejay School of management, won in the women category.

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