The Sports Committee of the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL) is organising the third edition of its flagship Sports fest, Zelus III. After successfully hosting the first and second editions of the 4-day mega event, the committee is planning an even bigger sports festival this time. With world-class infrastructure spanning over 50 acres, the university offers a plethora of opportunities for sportspersons to display their talent.
The Sports fest, through various events, aims to capture the magnetism of sports, bringing together students of different universities and diverse fields. With Sh. Akhil Kumar as the chief guest, the second edition of Zelus could not have had a better start. The multi-day event has seen the participation of a number of National Law Universities and colleges in various indoor and outdoor games.
With an expected footfall of about 4000 people, this edition of the fest is bound to be a lot more competitive. Participants from over 25 major institutes from all over India will be coming for the sports gala, making it one of the biggest sports festivals in the region. We endeavour to instil a true feeling of friendship, camaraderie and brotherhood between the athletes. No matter where you come from, we will make sure that you feel the sense of belongingness with the RGNUL family. This sports fest, through the various events, aims to capture the magnetism of sports bringing together students of different universities and diverse fields to give you the ride of your life.
The dates for Zelus III are 5-8 March 2020.
To participate, kindly mail at zelussportsfest[at]gmail.com.
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