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Dreamwork’s Taekwondo Academy holds belt grading exams

By EMN Updated: Apr 03, 2021 8:25 pm
Dreamwork’s Taekwondo Academy
Sanjay Chetri (extreme right) along with the students of Dreamwork’s Taekwondo Academy during the belt grading examination on Saturday.

Dimapur, April 3 (EMN): A total of 20 students were promoted to various categories during a belt grading examination held at Dreamwork’s Taekwondo Academy at Sematilla on Saturday.

The belt grading examination was conducted at the Academy’s hall in which a total of 20 students comprising five in yellow, four in green, eight in green-I, and three in blue were promoted.

The belt grading examination was conducted by Sanjay Chetri, founder of the academy. He was also the examiner of the belt grading examination, an update informed.

A product of Faith in Action, Sanjay Chetri, a black belt Dan-III, founded the Dreamwork’s Taekwondo Academy in 2019. He also imparts training to eight schools across the state namely Livingstone International School, MGM Higher Secondary School, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Lorna’s Higher Secondary School, Great Commission Higher Secondary School, St Mary Higher Secondary School (Padumpukhuri), Riverine School and Rajeshwari Kruna School in Tuli (Mokokchung).

To popularise the game of Taekwondo, Chetri has planned to organise an inter-school taekwondo championship in Dimapur. Despite the academy being at its nascent stage, Chetri has a plan to take his students to participate in the upcoming national and international tournaments.

By EMN Updated: Apr 03, 2021 8:25:26 pm