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Selection of foreign coaches to be done through open advertisement

Selection of foreign coaches to be done through open advertisement

India Blooms News Service | | 29 Oct 2016, 04:06 pm
New Delhi, Oct 29 (IBNS): The Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports said in a release on Saturday that selection of foreign coaches for sports will be done through open advertisements in future.

The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Youth Affairs & Sports, Vijay Goel approved this proposal during a meeting with senior officers of his Ministry and Sports Authority of India in New Delhi on Friday.

This will bring more names before the Foreign Coaches Selection Committee in addition to those suggested by National Sports Federations.

The Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports spends a substantial amount on foreign coaches to prepare Indian athletes for Olympics, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and other important tournaments.

Keeping this in view, extension to foreign coaches, in the future, will be given on the basis of their performance as assessed by a Committee.

Hiring of foreign coaches is a necessity for training Indian athletes in many sports disciplines at present but they will be utilized for training Indian coaches so that our dependence on foreign coaches can be reduced in the future.

The contract with foreign coaches will invariably include a component of training of Indian coaches for a certain period, the release said.


 

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