“Karate aims to build character, improve human behaviour, and cultivate modesty; it does not, however, guarantee it.” ..., "Karate is about discipline and the first discipline is showing up for class."..., “Karate begins and ends with courtesy”...By keeping these inspirational quotes in their mind, The Karate Kids Master “Dhruv Narayan Singh Rana” and “Udbhav Mittal” of Campion school are motivated and gave their Excellent or Best performance in “M.P.State Karate Championship 2018” and bag 1 Silver and 1 Bronze medal and awarded with “Certificate of Merit” along with “Trophy” respectively. This “M.P. State Karate Championship 2018” is organised by Madhya Pradesh Karate Association, Recognized by M.P. Government and M.P. Olympic Association; Member of Karate Association of India. This Four days Competition from 5th to 8th January is hosted by “Khel Karate Association, Ujjain and held recently at Ujjan, (M.P.). These students did the institution, proud again by given their excellent or extraordinary performance in this Championship. In this Championship Wonder Karate Kids Champions from Campion family Master “Dhruv Narayan Singh Rana” Student of class VII th Bag 1 Silver medal in Individual Kata Category in the age group of 12-13 years whereas “Udbhav Mittal” Student of class VIII th Bag 1 Bronze medal in Individual Kata Category respectively in the age group of 13-14 years and awarded with “Certificate of Merit” along with “Trophy” respectively. Both of them perform very well in this tournament under the guidance of Physical Education Teacher Mr. Johnsy Koshy Sir.
In this State Level karate championship competition, hundreds of students from different CBSE and private schools from different Districts of Madhya Pradesh were also participated.
Principal Fr. Dr. Athnas Lakra, S.J., Vice-Principal Fr. Ajay Kerketta, S.J., Physical Education Department HOD Mr. Johnsy Koshy Sir congratulated student “Dhruv Narayan Singh Rana” and “Udbhav Mittal” on their excellent and extraordinary performance in this championship and gave their best wishes for future competitions.
Fr. Athnas Lakra, S.J.
Campion School, Arera Colony Bhopal