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Administration course for police gets under way

Administration course for police gets under way

A five-day Sports Administration course for 27 members, including three women, of the newly formed Sports Committee of Police, under the purview of the Ministry of Interior, began at the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia meeting hall yesterday morning. “We had a similar course for all other federations of the NOCC some time ago,” said NOCC Secretary General Vath Chamroeun. “This is a new sports body which needs administrative back-up to run its own affairs efficiently. The course deals with three important aspects – administration, sports medicine and sports science – and this is part of our drive towards good governance.”

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