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Play & Progress Scheme (PPS) / Mission Excellence Delhi: Incentives of upto 3 lakh/year along with free training & coaching

Play & Progress Scheme (PPS) Mission Excellence Delhi

The Delhi Government has announced Play and Progress Scheme (PPS) for school-level sports talent. Government will provide financial assistance of upto Rs. 3 lakh to them. The Deputy Chief Minister Shree Manish Shisodia announced the scheme. The incentive scheme is to nurture budding talent in the school students.

प्ले एंड प्रोग्रेस स्कीम (हिंदी में)

What is Play & Progress (PPS) Scheme? A incentive scheme by the Delhi Government for sports talent at the school-level.

PPS Objectives:

  • To identify sports talent at a very young age
  • To nurture and support them
  • To create best in class athletes in the country

Benefits:

  • Students under 14 years of age selected under the scheme will get Rs. 2 lakh per annum
  • Students between 14-17 years of age will get Rs. 3 lakh per year
  • Students under the age of 17 are eligible for the specialized sports trainings at designated centers

Eligibility / Who can apply?

  • Any students studying in Delhi for last 3 years
  • Students under 17 years of age are eligible

Games under Play & Progress (PPS) Scheme: Cricket, boxing, football, gymnastics, karate, baseball, table tennis, basketball, badminton, athletics, swimming, hockey and wrestling.

Specialized Training Centers under PPS: 18 specialized training centers will be setup for the sports person at following locations: Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Ludlow Castle Sports complex, Chhatrasal Stadium, East Vinod Nagar Sports Complex, Thyagraj Stadium and Najafgarh Stadium.

Mission Excellence Scheme:

  • Another scheme launched by the Delhi Government
  • The scheme is for the established athletes
  • 100 top-level sports person in Delhi will receive free training and coaching
  • The government will pay the expenses for them
  • Objectives it to win medals in international tournaments and championships
  • Delhi Government has formed Committee of Experts (COE)
  • Sports person such as Gagan Narang, Karnam Malleswari, Vijender Singh, Manisha Malhotra and  Khajan Singh are members of the committee
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