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These kids get black belt in taekwondo

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city kempAs many as ten children of NGV Taekwondo Academy led by W Rajeshwor Meitei were awarded black belt on March 7. They are: Keerthana S, Mohammed Zubair, Mohammed Alif, Arunkumar R, Sahil Sanghvi, Misan Gaima, Soham Uppal Singh, Nruthyan S, Bhavishya Dwivedi, and W Lilita Chanu. This is the first batch to have been awarded with Black Belt from this Academy.
“Taekwondo is not like other martial arts. In other martial arts, Black Belt is a degree, whereas in Taekwondo is just a 10th passed level. You need to practice and learn more for higher level competitions and research. For example, National, International, Asian Games and Olympics, etc. 9th Dan is PhD level and for 10th Dan thesis is a must after age of 60 yrs (he or she)”, said Rajeshwor.
“It was an wonderful experience receiving the black belt. My son has been under training by Master Rajeshwor for past five years. He has done wonderful work and brought in discipline to all the students. I am sure many of the students will compete in national level under his guidance”, said Mohammed Galib, father of Mohammed Alif.
“Soham Uppal (10 yrs) has been training under Master Rajeshwor Meitei since the very beginning. Master always had faith in her capabilities and made her participate in district level events where she won two silver medals in two events she participated. We as parents always treated her as our princess, her getting a black belt at such tender age fills us with pride and gratitude for Master. This requires mental discipline, physical toughness and courage which my daughter achieved with ease of a professional. We as a family are very proud of her achievement and wish her more laurels in future”, said Major (retd) Gaurav Uppal and Monika Uppal, parents of Soham.
“My son Saahil Sanghvi got Black Belt. I am really thankful to the master for this. Thankful to him to get my son to this level and now I’m looking forward for his guidance for more achievements. I need his encouragement for my daughter too, who is Red One. Congrats to other children also who got Black Belt. I feel proud to be a parent of taekwondo black belt holder”, said Payal Singhvi mother of Saahil.
“Dear Bhavishya congrats on making it to the distinct league of Black Belt. Let this be a stepping stone in his pursuit of achieving higher goals in the martial art sport that he is so passionate about. Keep scaling new heights with love from the entire family”, said Major Rajeev Dwivedi and Savita, parents of Bhavishya.
“It’s because of Taekwondo, I saw some good changes in my son’s behaviour, confidence, boldness, etc. So thanks to his Master”, said S Sudha, mother of Nruthyan S.

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