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Wellness and Recreation of sports at UMT

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Sports manager university of management and technology Mr. Abdullah told The Educationist that we are improving other games after the great achievements in Rugby, Football, cricket and Badminton.

The importance of sports in the life of the UMT students who are willing to learn responsibilities of being young adults is remarkable. They learn lessons and training’s that transform them into mature and balanced players that are eminent. That’s why Sports department in UMT is really well managed and equipped, and offer regular training’s, coaching and conducts competitions, both nationally and internationally. These include various intra and inter universities competitions at various platforms from University level to divisional and provincial level. If you believe that a sound mind and a sound body is the key to both physical and mental development, Then UMT Sports department is the right place for you.

In UMT, we have an amazing array of 16 different sports club for men and women to choose. Other than Football, Cricket, Rugby and Badminton we update other sports like

  1. Chess Club
  2. Table Tennis Club
  3. Athletics Club
  4. Martial Arts Club
  5. Volleyball Club
  6. Baseball Club
  7. Hockey Club
  8. Rifle Shooting Club
  9. Tennis Club
  10. Basketball Club
  11. Shape Up – Fitness Club
  12. Health & Wellness Club

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