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Objectives of the
The Objectives of
the sports wing are:
To provide sports
consciousness far and wide in the State.
To spot the
talents and catch them young from the
grass – root level.
the talents through intensive coaching
them adequate incentives and
scopes and facilities for sports& games
organizational support for sport
Ordinate State level activities and
esatb linkage with the National level
To provide young
persons encouragement and support for
their activities participation.
To seek ways and
means for training youth for self
opportunities to the youth for economic
and social development.
opportunity for taking part in
To promote sheet
other programmes for building character
of the youth.
The S.P.D.A. Centre
is centrally sponsored scheme.The total
estimated cost of the project is Rs.1.00
Crores which is shared by the State and
Central Govt. on 50/50 basis.The scheme
contemplates creation of the following
400 mts cinder
track with hockey & football fields.
gallery to provide seating capacity for
at least 4000 persons.
Volley ball court.
Basket ball court.
Kho-Kho and Kabaddi
Indoor hall for accommodating a Multigym,
practicing weight lifting.
NSTC scheme has ben
introduced in 1985 by Sports Authority
if India with an objective to :
sports among the masses.
Catch them young at
the grass root level .
Nurture them them
The scheme has been
adopted by the State Govt. in
collaboration with SAI.
The talents within
the age group of 9-12 are to be spitted.
They must be
students reading in class VII and below.
Sections are conducted in all major
disciplines , such as :- Athletics,
Basket ball, Badminton , Gymnastics,
Hockey, Football, Volleyball, Swimming
and Wrestling through a series of
prescribed motar quality test.
The sections are conducted at the block
level ,district level, and finally at
the state level. The out standing
talents evaluated on the basis of points
scored on the various tests.
A monthly stipend
of Rs. 1200/- per student .
Free lodging .
round the year.
The scheme was
launched in the year 1970-71 with the
twin objectives of involving a major
segment of our Rural youth in the main
stream of State sports activities and to
spot and nurture them. The programme
consists of tournaments for rural youth
at the block, district , State level and
finally they are sent to National level
sports championship for women started
from 1975, the Inter Nationa Women’s
Year. This programme has gained momentum
gradually in the nook and corner of the
The scheme adopted
for promotion of the sports in special
areas aims at tapping mutual talents
from tibal, hilly and coastal areas.
We take up
adventure sports like Mountaineering ,
Tracking, Cycling etc. Mini Marathan
Mass Races to create awareness of sports
among the masses.
to 600 school and college students.
outstanding sports persons.
person’s of the year award.
trainers programme for U.P & M.E. School
teachers for inculcation of sports and
physical education level.
Sponsor P.E.T.s for
refresher courses to NS.NIS.
assistance given for different purposes:
and Financial assistance indigent sports
K.P.Singh Deo: Represented
in Football, Cricket in State level
.water sports in National level.
Singh: Represented South
Asia Federation Games (SAF) in Athletics
Track and Field and secured Gold in
Prasad Singh: Represented
State number of times for Santosh
Trophy. Represented India Team in Foot
Sri Rajendra Prasad Singh:
Represented India in Football in 2000-01
Regular player of Mohanbagan Football
Sri Suparno Satpathy :
Participated in Delhi Shree Best
Physique competition in 1990 Org. by
Indian Youth Club New Delhi in 75 Kg
Category and secured 1st position .
Secured 1st position in 3rd Haryana
State Body Building Championship Senior)
in 70Kg Category in the year 1990.