Leh, September 3 — The first group of 74 sports instructors for the Sports Administration and Management Course at the Sports Authority of India (SAI), Patiala in Punjab, was launched off by Administrative Secretary for Youth Services and Sports for the UT of Ladakh, Ravinder Kumar.
The Secretary stressed that sports in schools highlight the comprehensive advantages that sports can provide to students’ physical, mental, and social development, as well as their general well-being, while speaking with sports instructors at the UT Secretariat. He said that sports may be very important in developing well-rounded people and improving the school climate.
In order to build the sports infrastructure in Ladakh, Ravinder asked the instructors to gain advanced skills and show a feeling of devotion to expanding the sporting chances and infrastructure in the area. According to him, sports instructors may help design, build, and maintain contemporary sports facilities, such as playgrounds, tracks, courts, and sports stadiums, by gaining sophisticated skills.
The secretary also emphasised how improving sports infrastructure guarantees Ladakh’s students and athletes access to top-notch facilities, resulting in improved prospects for success. He noted that access to cutting-edge equipment and facilities may assist discover young athletes with promise and provide them the tools they need to succeed. Improved infrastructure can enable talent identification and development programmes.
All sports instructors will be required to take the course. The first group of sports instructors were congratulated, thanked, and recognised by Secretary Ravinder Kumar for their efforts in supporting student-athlete development and promoting sports within the school setting. The Secretary said that this recognition might have a domino effect that would help both pupils and the larger community.