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Hanshi Premjit Sen adds another feather in his cap by becoming the WKF Referee A in Kumite & Judge A in Kumite at the World Championships in Dubai

The President of Karate Do Association of Bengal (KAB), Hanshi Premjit Sen deservingly got promoted to the highest rank as a Referee & Judge of Kumite and Kata respectively in World Karate Federation (WKF). He achieved this feat at the 26th World Karate Championship, which was held in Dubai from 16th to 21st November 2021.

He is appropriately appointed as the Chairman of the Referee Commission of Karate India Organisation (KIO), which is the permanent member of WKF and the only authentic National Federation for game of Karate in India.

Around 370 examinees represented 117 countries in the prestigious WKF Referee & Judges Examination in Dubai this year. Hanshi Premjit Sen came out with flying colours in the Examination and got promoted.

“I believe in hard work and truth, and thus, I am proudly standing here today. I would like to thank God and my family, who always stood beside me and sacrificed a lot to see me reach these heights”, said Hanshi Premjit Sen after his results were declared.

From an administrator to a coach, Hanshi Premjit has fulfilled all his duties .
Over the course of the years, Hanshi as a coach has produced numerous National and International champions. The international platforms includes the championships organised by SAKF (South Asian Karate do Federation) , AKF (Asian Karate Federation) , Commonwealth Games and WKF (World Karate Federation) .
It is due to the effort of KAB under the leadership of Premjit Sen , karate is counted as the one of the most popular sports played in West Bengal .
He organises several tournaments of international standards so that the Bengal athletes can get an exposure of the championships of WKF. KAB also organises webinars by Ex World champions free of cost for the players to attend.