If there is anything that the pandemic has taught us all, it is to cherish the little moments, appreciate dear ones, and celebrate the tiny wins. At Sathguru, we ensure to nurture our employees’ overall development and give them those little wins and moments of surprise that they can treasure. It allows all of us to step back, relax, and boost our self-confidence in areas other than just work. In one such endeavor to engage our employees and give them the best time, Sathguru organized ‘Carrom and Chess Tournament 2022.’ The tournament lasted for a week and was full of fun, excitement, and memories.
Sathguru Carrom and Chess Tournament 2022
Employees from all departments – Sathguru Software Products Team, Management Consulting, Sathguru Accounts Team, Corporate Communications Team, Corporate Social Responsibilty Team, Sathguru Catalysers Team, Audit Team (KVA) have taken an active part in the tournament. After all, our associates never skimp on quality time with their co-workers, engrossing themselves in challenging games that allow them to uncover their skills and talents. There were several unflinching rounds of chess and carrom matches. Sathguru employees have proved themselves applaudable by maintaining the game spirit and energy from Day 1 till the end. The tournament turned out to be far more exciting and outmatched all our expectations.
With nail-biting matches, cheering co-workers, and a healthy mix of victories and defeats, it was a great time for Sathguru employees to connect and refresh. The matches were so stirring that there was a tie in the semi-finals between two contestants. All the associates played exceptionally well but the two final winners were announced as Champions.
Praveen S from Accounts team stood as the winner in both Chess and Carrom. Subba Reddy from SPD and Krishna Kanth from SPD gave a tough fight and stood as runners. Hearty Congratulations to the winners and runners.
A huge round of applause for all the contestants:
Great job, Sports Committee on taking the responsibility, conducting the games seamlessly, and making the tournament a huge success: