• Oct 17, 2019 |

Skill Development & Industrial Training Department, Haryana

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  • Sports and Youth Affairs 30-06-2015

    • Haryana Sports and Physical Fitness Policy-2015 was framed to make Haryana a sports hub.
    • The Gold Medal Winner in Olympics 2016 would be given Rs 6 crore instead of Rs 5 crore, silver medal winner would get Rs 4 crore instead of Rs 3 crore and bronze medal winner would get Rs 2.5 crore instead of Rs 2 crore and every participating player from the state would get Rs 15 lakh instead of Rs 10 lakh.
    • The Gold Medalist in Asian Games will get Rs 3 crore instead of Rs 2 crore, silver medalist will get Rs 1.5 crore instead of Rs 1 crore, bronze medalist will get Rs 75 lakh instead of Rs 50 lakh whereas every participating player will get Rs 7.5 lakh instead of Rs 5 lakh.
    • In Common Wealth Games, the gold medal winner will get Rs 1.5 crore instead of Rs 1 crore, silver medal winner will get Rs 75 lakh instead of Rs 50 lakh, bronze medal winner will get Rs 50 lakh instead of Rs 25 lakh whereas every participating will get Rs 7.5 lakh instead of Rs 5 lakh.
    • In National Games, the gold medal winner will get Rs 5 lakh instead of Rs 3 lakh, silver medal winner will get Rs 3 lakh instead of Rs 2 lakh, bronze medal winner will get Rs 2 lakh instead of Rs 1 lakh.
    • In National Competitions, the gold medal winner will get Rs 3 lakh instead of Rs 2 lakh, silver medal winner will get Rs 2 lakh instead of Rs 1 lakh, bronze medal winner will get Rs 1 lakh instead of Rs 50,000.
    • Yoga Vyayamshalas would be set up in the entire state to improve physical fitness of all people in the state.
    • Provision of providing monthly pension to talented sports persons for outstanding performance at international level.
    • Provision of insurance of sports persons in case of any sports injury caused to them while playing.
    • Provision of SPEED VSLV (Sports and Physical Exercise Evaluation and Development Test) under the upgraded scheme of SPAT.
    • A new scheme namely SPACE (Sports and Physical Aptitude Continuous Evaluation Programme) started to evaluate the sports capacity and proficiency through continuous evaluation of those players who get entry into academies. The aim of this Programme is to maintain record of sports development proficiency and continuous evaluation of those sports persons getting training in junior academies or sports academies so that after 9-10 years of training they could emerge as outstanding players.
    • Sports Wings, which have been changed into sports championship and competition centre, have increased Rs 1500 to Rs 2500 for its junior players and Rs 2000 to Rs 3000.
    • The first prize winner in Rajya Striya Kushti Pratiyogita would be given Rs 5100 instead of Rs 500, the second prize winner would get Rs 3100 instead of Rs 300 and third prize winner would get Rs Rs 2100 instead of Rs 200.
    • The first prize winner in Rajya Striya Kumar Dangal would be given Rs 51,000 instead of Rs 21,000, the second prize winner would get Rs 31,000 instead of Rs 11,000 and third prize winner would get Rs 21,000 instead of Rs 5,000.
    • The first prize winner in Rajya Striya Kesari Dangal would be given Rs 1.51 lakh instead of Rs 31,000, the second prize winner would get Rs one lakh instead of Rs 21,000 and third prize winner would get Rs 21,000 instead of Rs 5,000.
    • Sports Council has been constituted on the pattern of ‘Khel Sabke Liye’ for development and publicity of sports in the State.
    • National Academies for Boxing and Athletics are being opened in Rothak and for Wrestling in Sonepat.
    • Haryana Sports Development Fund has been constituted under which various works related to research, study and grant to recognized sports federations would be carried out.
    • Chief Minister’s Trophy would be given to organizations doing public participation in various sports like cricket, kabbadi, volleyball, hockey, golf, football etc.
    • A cash prize of Rs five lakh for recognized Sports Federation of Haryana for contribution in development of sports.
    • A cash prize of Rs one lakh for junior players under Eklavya Award.
    • A cash prize of Rs two lakh to male players for life time achievement under Maharana Pratap Award.
    • A cash prize of Rs two lakh to female players for life time achievement under Rani Lakshmi Bai Award.
    • A cash prize of Rs two lakh to trainers under Guru Vishisht Award.
    • A cash prize of Rs two lakh to refri/umpire/judges under Vikramadita Award.
    • A cash prize of Rs one lakh to PTI/DPI/Physical Educator under Shikshak Award.
    • Paralympic Players would also get cash prize like common players for winning medal and participation in Olympics, Asian, Common, national games and national competitions.
    • First Balodrum of the state will be established in Kurukshetra University.