About Bridge Game
Bridge is a mind sport which is played using a standard 52 card pack involving analytical reasoning, logic, mathematics and psychology. It is played by four players in two competing partnerships with partners sitting opposite each other around a table. Millions of people play bridge worldwide in clubs, tournaments, online and at home, making it one of the world’s most popular card games. The game consists of several deal each progressing through four phases.
NCU Bridge Club
Game of Bridge is the king of mind sport, recognized by the Government of India and Association of Indian Universities. The NCU Bridge Club was inaugurated by Shri. Kawaljit Singh, Vice President, Bridge Federation of India on 6 Feb 2019 in the University. He addressed, as the game is meant for all ages it can help in improving skills in maths, logical thinking, inferential and sequential reasoning, problem solving and decision making among the students. Col. Bikram Mohanty, Registrar, NCU shared, how the game has been internationally supported by the philanthropists Bill Gates and Warren Buffet which motivated students to learn and excel in the game. Mr Diptendu Roy coordinated the event.
The NCU (The NorthCap University) bridge club was setup with a vision to inculcate team spirit and logical reasoning among students. It was inaugurated by Shri Kawaljit Singh, Vice President, Bridge Federation of India on 6 February 2019. In his inaugural address, he explained the salient features of the game and the Government’s interest in spreading the game among the students of Indian universities. He also added that it is a game for all ages and it can improve various skills like basic maths, logical thinking, inferential and sequential reasoning, problem solving and decision making especially among students. Further he told about the Bridge Education Programs initiated by the Bridge Federation of India. Earlier Col. Bikram Mohanty, Registrar, NCU told that how philanthropists like Bill Gates, Warren Buffet has been supporting the game on a world scale and added that NCU students should take this opportunity to learn this game from their teacher and mentor Prof. S. Krishnamoorthi. Mr. Diptendu Roy, Faculty coordinator welcomed the gathering and Nameeta student coordinator proposed the vote of thanks. It was a pleasure to have Shri. Kawaljit Singh amongst us and his wise words would serve as motivation for our students.
Col. Bikram Mohanty, Shri. Kawaljit Singh and Prof. S.Krishnamoorthi
Shri. Kawaljit Singh addressing the gathering
Shri. Kawaljit Singh with faculty and students
Classes are conducted by Prof. Krishnamoorthi, Faculty, Bridge Education Programs twice a week.