Jamuna Boro Biography: Jamuna Boro is an International Boxing Player from the Bodo Community who has earned numerous medals for India in various international tournaments. She was born on 7 May 1997 in a very poor family in Sonitpur.
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Jamuna Boro | International Boxing Player
Jamuna Boro Assam: Jamuna Boro is a Bodo Boxing Player to represent India in the International Boxing Championships. She bagged many medals in various tournaments. Assam Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma Appointed Jamuna Boro as Excise Inspector in September 2021 under the State Sports Policy of the Government of Assam. Recently she bagged the Silver Medal at the Elorda Cup 2022 in Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan.
Jamuna Boro Biography: Key Facts
|Full Name||Jamuna Boro|
|Born||7 May 1997|
|Place of Birth||Sonitpur, Assam, India|
|Parents||Father: Lt. Parshu Boro|
Mother: Nirmali Boro
|Siblings||One elder brother and one sister|
Jamuna Boro Biography: Early Life, Education, Family, Marriage
Jamuna Boro Early Life: Jamuna Boro was Born on 7 May 1997 in the small village of Belsri in Sonitpur District of Assam. She has an elder brother and a sister. Jamuna Boro Father’s name is Parhsu Boro. He died when she was just ten years old. After the sad demise of her father, her mother, Nirmali Boro, who is a vegetable vendor had to face a lot of difficulties in bringing up them. But these difficulties never stop Jamuna Boro from following her dream.
Jamuna Boro Education: The life of Jamuna Boro and her family was never easy. After the death of her father, her mother single-handedly raised the three children and sent them to school. Her mother used to sell vegetables in the market to fulfill the needs of the family. Jamuna’s entire family used to live in a temporary residence in front of the Belsiri railway station. All these hardships and difficult times have made Jamuna Boro a strong International Boxing player.
Jamuna Boro Biography: Boxing Career
Jamuna Boro started her career as a Wushu Player but later shifted to Boxing. Without any proper training, she was able to win a gold medal in the district-level Wushu Championship. During the State Wushu Championship 2009 in Udalguri district, the observers of SAI Guwahati spotted her and were called up for a boxing trial. Joseshmeek Narzary and Honok Bodo, her Wushu coaches gave her an opportunity in 2009 to train with the Sports Authority of India in Guwahati.
From there, her boxing career started. Jamuna won the gold medal for the first time in a 52 kg category in the first sub-junior women’s National Boxing Championship held in Erode, Tamil Nadu in 2010. After that, in the second Sub-Junior Women’s National Boxing Championship held in 2011 in Coimbatore, she became the Champion with another Gold Medal.
Jamuna had been successful in bagging gold in the 2013 Second Nations Cup International Sub-Junior Girls Boxing Tournament held in Serbia. Thereafter, she became a Gold medalist in a competition held in Russia in 2014. She also won a bronze medal in the 57kg category while playing for India at Youth World Boxing Championships in Taipei in 2015.
She participated in the event 67th All India Police Wrestling Cluster held at Jaipur from 27 Feb to 3 March 2019 and the 2nd ‘Bengal Classic’ All India Invitational Elite (Men/ Women) Boxing Championship, held at Jatin Das Park, Kolkata from 21 to 25 January 2019. She won a gold medal at the 2nd India Open International Boxing Tournament held at Guwahati from 20 to 24 May 2019 where she defeated her rivals Meena Kumari Maisnam in the semifinals and Y Sandhyarani Devi in the finals.
In the 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championship held in Ulan-Ude, Russia Jamuna Boro bagged a Bronze Medal, After that in the same year at the 5th Elite Women’s National Boxing Championship, Hisar also won a bronze medal.
In the 2022 Elorda Cup Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan Jamuna Boro won a Silver medal for India. Jamuna Boro has made the whole Bodo community and the country proud by winning one-after-one medals through her excellent performance.
Jamuna Boro Achievements
|Sl No||Boxing Tournament||Year||Award|
|1||Elorda Cup Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan||2022||Silver|
|2||5th Elite Women’s National Boxing Championship, Hisar||2021||Bronze|
|3||AIBA World Boxing Championship, Ulan-Ude, Russia||2019||Bronze|
|4||India Open International Boxing Tournament, Guwahati||2019||Gold|
|5||President Cup Boxing International Open Tournament, Indonesia||2019||Gold|
|6||Belgrade Boxing Championship, Serbia||2018||Silver|
|7||World Youth Boxing Championship, Taipei||2015||Bronze|
|8||2nd Nations Cup International Sub-Junior Girls Tournament, Zrenjanun, Serbia||2013||Gold|
|9||7th Sub-Junior Women National Boxing Championships, Kolkata||2012||Gold|
|10||2nd Sub-Junior Women National Boxing Championships, Tamil Nadu||2011||Gold|
|11||1st Sub-Junior Women National Boxing Championship, Tamil Nadu||2010||Gold|
Jamuna Boro Appointed as Excise Inspector
In order to promote a suitable sports ecosystem in the State, the State Government has reserved a certain percentage of State Government jobs for sportspersons under the modified State Sports Policy. By following the policy Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma Appointed Jamuna Boro as Excise Inspector under the State Sports Policy of the Government of Assam.
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FAQ’s About Jamuna Boro Boxing Player
1. Who is Jamuna Boro?
Jamuna Boro is an International Boxing Player from the Bodo Community. She represents India in International Boxing Championships and bagged many medals in various International Boxing Championships.
2. How many medals did Jamuna Boro win?
Jamuna Boro won a total of 11 Medals in both the National and International Boxing Championships which consists of 6 Gold medals, 2 Silver medals, and 3 Bronze medals.