Department of Sports

Report
Ministry of Skill Development,
Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports
Department of Sports
Ministry of skill Development, Entrepreneurship,
Youth Affairs & Sports
Government of India
Ajit M. Sharan
Secretary (Department of Sports)
24th September, 2014
Department of Sports
Achievements and New Initiatives
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GLASGOW CWG-2014
• Indian sportspersons gave a spectacular performance by
winning a total of 64 medals – 15 gold, 13 silver and 15
bronze.
• 28 medals by women athletes.
• 12% of the total medallists were first timers.
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NSDF TARGET OLYMPIC PODIUM (TOP) SCHEME
• To identify and support potential medal prospects for 2016
and 2020 Olympic Games.
• Focus on seven sports – Athletics, Archery, Badminton,
Boxing, Wrestling, Weightlifting and Shooting.
• Athletes to be selected after rigorous screening and
scientific analysis by a High Level Committee under the
chairmanship of Shri Anurag Thakur, Member of Parliament.
• Selected athletes will be provided customized training at
best centres in India and abroad and their performance will
be continuously monitored.
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NSDF PRIZE MONEY TOURNAMENT CIRCUIT
• In boxing, archery, wrestling and athletics.
• To prepare domestic competition leading to improved
quality and performance.
• To enlarge the bench strength of top level athletes.
• To give opportunities to young potential athletes to
compete with top athletes in concerned categories.
Boxing
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Dec 14 to 18, 2014
Archery
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Jan 15 to 19th 2015
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NADA – IEC CAMPAIGN CALLED
“PROGRAM FOR EDUCATION AND AWARNESS ON ANTI
DOPING IN SPORTS (PEADS)”
Objectives:
• To create anti doping awareness among competing
sportspersons and all other stakeholders.
• To provide information on anti doping measures to all
stakeholders.
• To organize awareness / training workshops through sports
institutions/ federations / associations / universities /
colleges.
• To conduct Continuing Medical Education (CME) on
prohibited substances / methods for medical doctors and
supporting personnel.
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SPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA
• National Academy for Swimming
MoU with Australian Sports Academy for skill enhancement
of Coaches, Life Guards and Technical Officials.
• National Cycling Academy
UCI (International Federation of Cycling) has agreed to
declare the SAI Cycling National Academy as its satellite
training centre for Asia.
• National Academy for Athletics
For Sprints and Jumps at Trivandrum; Middle and Long
distance events at Bhopal and Throws at Rohtak.
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NATIONAL SPORTS TALENT SEARCH SCHEME
• Identification of Sporting Talent amongst children
(Both Boys and Girls) in the age group of 8-12 in
schools all over the country by conducting 6 battery of
tests at each selection level.
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SETTING UP OF JUNIOR SPORTS ACADEMIES AND
NATIONAL SPORTS ACADEMIES.
• Jr. Sports Academies to provide high quality
coaching for sub-junior and junior athletes
identified through the NSTSS.
• National Sports Academies.
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NATIONAL SPORTS UNIVERSITY, MANIPUR
• To promote excellence in sports studies, sports science and
sports teaching.
• To become a Centre of Excellence for preparing and training
the country’s elite athletes for National and International
sports competitions.
• To be the elite centre for research in physical education and
sports sciences.
• A provision of Rs.100 crore has also been made in the Budget
2014-15 for this purpose.
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SPECIAL PACKAGE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SPORTS
INFRASTRUCTURE FOR JAMMU & KASHMIR
• Special package of Rs.200 crore allocated to the State for
development of sports infrastructure.
• Proposal submitted by J & K Government for Rs.200 crore
with the following objectives:
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Ultra modern & high tech facility in Stadia.
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Maximum operational efficiency of each
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Phasing of construction programmes.
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Efficient management of movement of spectators,
dignitaries, and layers.
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Sports complex to be land mark and pride of the city.
complex.
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THANK YOU
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