As much as 190 kroner will be devoted to athletes for training, foreign exposure, equipment and support staff at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and the 2022 Asian Games. The budget was based on detailed discussions of the planned 2022-23 match and training schedule with 33 NSFs, with special emphasis on suggestions for training and match requirements for athletes competing in the August 2022 Commonwealth Games (CWG) in Birmingham, England, and the September 2022 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China. 토토사이트
Through active consultation with the NSF, the ministry carefully reviewed and approved all proposals made to further strengthen support for Indian athletes participating in these two prestigious international events. Youth and Sports Minister Anurag Singh Thakur said the government has approved the ACTC in relation to training and match plans and proposals submitted by the NSF for 2022-23 and in particular the upcoming Commonwealth Games 2022, Asian Games 2022 and Para Asian Games 2022.
According to the official announcement, Anurag Singh Thakur said, “Funds will not be restricted to players’ preparations, and the State Department will provide all the help and support needed for players and the NSF.” Under the 2022-23 ACTC, funding for NSF was based on revised standards that took effect on March 1, 2022. Significant improvements have been made in the various components of the plan to meet the high priority of the revised national championship and the requirements for the 51st championship.
Allowances for regular sports training kits (tracksuits, T-shirts, shorts, warm-up shoes, etc.) doubled to 20,000 rupees/- once a year for national camp participants. To encourage NSF to host international tournaments in the country, the amount of support has increased to 1.00 crore from the previous 30 rock. The remuneration of qualified and highest level of support doctors has increased significantly compared to before.