300 players from 17 districts will show talent
In the chess game, along with the talent of the player, his brain is also working. Apart from winning the game, the morale of the players also increases. According to the above, Panchkula Police Commissioner, IPSRC Mishra was addressing the students and organizers after inaugurating 23rd Haryana State Chess Championship organized by the Haryana Chess Association at the St. Teresa Convent School, Sector 25, Panchkula.
He said that the students should also pay attention to sports along with studies as well. Chess is a game that enhances the knowledge of students.
Welcoming the Chief Guest on the occasion, Association President Raju Verma and Advocate General Naresh Sharma said that during the competition that will be held till May 13, under-7,11,15 and 19-year-old players will participate.
Harish Kumar Kumar, organizer secretary of the occasion said that about 300 players from 17 districts of Haryana are participating in this three-day event. The winners will be honored on behalf of the Ashesion.
Amit Chopra, principal style organizer of the organizer school, told that the students participating in the chess competition will be provided with all types of facilities here. Several dignitaries, including the Association’s Association, Rajpal Chauhan, were presents.