The All Assam Taekwondo Association (AATA) as of late reported that they would set up five new taekwondo centres in the state. The choice was taken during the meeting of the AATA in Guwahati, a few days back.
The first of the five instructional hubs are relied upon to be an arrangement in the city of Biswanath Chariali. BesideThis move from All Assam Taekwondo Association is required to give Taekwondo an immense push in the state. AATA would trust that setting up these five instructional hubs would help them in delivering increasingly more Rodali Baruas and Dipika Hazarikas who might ideally proceed to speak to India at a worldwide level.s, the affiliation is wanting to prepare gifted taekwondo teachers in the state and has additionally mentioned schools in the state to name in any event one Taekwondo mentor.
This returns on the of AATA's development drive and their urgent offer to build the notoriety of the martial arts in the state. The state affiliation likewise trusted that an ever-increasing number of ladies from the state will take up the martial arts as a type of self-protection, which would assist them with building up the game further.
The declaration was made within the sight of the Arjun Chandra Barman (President AATA), Reva Kanta Gogoi (General Secretary AATA) and Dibyajyaoti Das (President – Biswanath District Taekwondo Association).
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