Indian Bank to conduct State Level Chess Trophy for visually impaired
Indian Bank occupies a unique position in the field of sports in our country for more than three and half decades. Along with its banking services Indian Bank has been at the forefront of promoting Sports and Education across the country. Indian...
Indian Bank occupies a unique position in the field of sports in our country for more than three and half decades. Along with its banking services Indian Bank has been at the forefront of promoting Sports and Education across the country. Indian Bank has been recruiting prominent Sportsmen and women over the years. It won’t be out of place if we mention that “Indian Bank and sports are synonymous” with each other. In other words Indian Bank has a legacy in promoting sports activities.
A series of steps to encourage sports have been initiated by Indian Bank since early eighties by way of recruitment of players, participating in the national and international level tournaments. Several of our sportspersons, which includes Olympians, have represented the Country and brought laurels to our Bank but also for the State and Country.
Indian bank also successfully conducted many tournaments and every year we conduct summer coaching camp for the young students in various disciplines by our experienced international players and coaches.
At this juncture we are proud to inform that the first International Master from India and first Arjuna Awardee in the game of Chess
Shri Manuel Aaron joined the Bank in 1960. He has won many National and International Chess tournaments during his service in our Bank.
With such a rich background, we propose to conduct a State Level Indian bank Chess Trophy for visually impaired at Image Hall, Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai 600 028 on 21st & 22nd December 2019.
The matches will be played in the League format. The first, second and third place winners will be presented with trophies and a total cash prize of Rs. One lakh will also be presented.