Thursday, December 11, 2014

Making India a sports superpower...

Making India a sports superpower...

Bench marking Australia

Government need to bring the bill for sports people, 
1.    All Gold Medal, silver Medal. Bronze medal sports people on State level, National and international level should get life time pension benefit, 
2.    Pension will increase on add on every medal . 
3.    Minimum level of pension need to be define So that sports people should not fight for survival and not force to sale their medal for survival.

Making India a sport superpower
1.   Free Medical facility for their family can boost & 
2.   Pension scheme, 
3.   Special tax benefit will boost intreast in India towards sports and help making India a sport superpower

Government Initiative:
PIB/ 30 Jan 2015
Sports Ministry Enhances Award Money for Medal Winners in International Events and their Coaches
The Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports has revised the Scheme of Special Awards to medal winners in international events and their coaches. In the revised scheme, the award money have been enhanced. The amount of award money for medal winners in Olympic Games (summer and winter) has been enhanced from existing Rs. 50 lakh (gold medal), Rs. 30 lakh (silver medal) and Rs. 20 lakh (bronze medal) to Rs. 75 lakh, Rs. 50 lakh and Rs. 30 lakh respectively. The amount of award money for medal winners in Asian Games and Commonwealth Games has been enhanced from existing Rs. 20 lakh (gold medal), Rs. 10 lakh (silver medal) and Rs. 6 lakh (bronze medal) to Rs. 30 lakh, Rs. 20 lakh and Rs. 10 lakh respectively. In the category of the World Championships, Asian Championships and Commonwealth Championships, three separate categories of award money have been provided depending on whether the championships is held once in four years, once in two years or held annually.

Amount of award money for medalists of Paralympic Games (summer & winter), Para-Asian Games and Commonwealth Games (Para-Athletes) have been fixed at par with medalists of Olympic Games, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games.

IBSA World Championship of Blind, Deaflympics and Special Olympics (summer & winter) have been included in the revised scheme of special awards.

Under the revised scheme, the number of days of training/coaching imparted by coaches to medal winners preceding the event to be taken into account for deciding eligibility of coaches for award money have been reduced from existing 240 days to 180 days.

The revised Scheme of Special Awards is available on website of the Department of Sports.


(Release ID :115042) 

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