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SAI Training Centre (STC)


The earlier (1987) Sports Promotion Development Area Scheme (SPDA) and the Sports Hostel Scheme of the SNIPES Board were merged, following a comprehensive study, by the Governing Body of SAI in its meeting held on 25th May, 1995. The new Scheme was titled as ‘SAI TRAINING CENTRE (STC) SCHEME’. The STC scheme was aimed at grooming junior level sports persons in the age group of 14 to 21. Consequently the scheme was reviewed in 2012, present age group is 12 to 18 years.

In order to establish and run SAI Centres, the State Government was to provide the required infrastructure facilities viz. Hostel building with provision for office, store, mess etc and developed playing facilities. SAI will establish the centre and provide boarding and lodging to the Selected Trainees, NIS Qualified Coaches, Scientific Training, Equipment Support, Sport Kits etc. SAI will take care of minor day to day maintenance.

OBJECTIVE:
Main objectives were to make it possible for the Central Government and State Governments to work together for sports development through integration of various Schemes. Correct existing regional imbalances in sports infrastructure in the Country and within a State. Enable SAI to nurture junior sports talent scientifically who had attained excellence at Sub Junior level and induct them into the STCs Centres of Excellence, for further scientific and in-depth coaching on a long term basis.

DISCIPLINES COVERED:
Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Cycling, Fencing, Football, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey, Judo, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Karate, Kayaking & Canoeing, Sepaktakraw, Shooting, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Volleyball, Weightlifting, Wrestling & Wushu.(26 Disciplines)

NORMS OF ASSISTANCE TO THE TRAINEES

  1. Residential Trainees:
    S.No. Particulars (Per Head) Amount (Rupees)
    1. Boarding Expenses (per day per head) Non- Hilly Areas for 330 days 175.00
    Per day per head for Hilly Areas for 330 Days 200.00
    2. Sports Kit (per trainee per annum) (Max. Rs. 5000/-) 12000.00
    3. Competition Exposure (per trainee per annum)
    4. Education Expenses (per trainee per annum)
    5. Medical Expenses (per trainee per annum)
    6. Insurance (per trainee per annum)
    7. Other Expenses (per trainee per annum)

  2. Non-Residential Trainees (Performance Based):
    S.No. Particulars Amount (Rupees)
    1. Sports Kit (per trainee per annum) 4000.00
    2. Competition exposure (per trainee per annum) 3000.00
    3. Stipend (per trainee per annum) 6000.00
    4. Insurance (per trainee per annum) 150.00

Netaji Subhas Regional Centre,Sports Authority of india, Lucknow

Sarojini Nagar, Kanpur Road, Near Haj House,
   Lucknow-Uttar Pradesh - 226008

rdsailucknow2011@gmail.com

+91 - 522 - 2438155

+91 - 522 - 2434026

SAI Training Centre, GGS Sports College, Lucknow

Kursi Road, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh - 226026

leogpsharma17.8@gmail.com

+91 - 522 - 2731926

+91 - 522 - 2731926

SAI Training Centre, Bareilly

Hockey Coach Major Dhyan Chand Stadium, Bareilly Cantt
   Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh - 243005

stcsaibly@yahoo.in

+91 - 581 - 2511732

+91 - 581 - 2437473

Sai Training Center, Raebareli

Motilal Nehru Stadium, Jail Road, Raibareily, Uttar Pradesh - 229001

stc.raebareli@gmail.com

+91 - 535 - 2205364

+91 - 535 - 2205364

Sai Training Center, Safai-Etawah

Master Chandagi Ram, Stadium, Sefai, Etawah. Uttar Pradesh - 206301

stc.sefai@gmail.com

+91 - 05688 - 276021

+91 - 05688 - 276021

SAI Training Centre, Allahabad

Swimming Pool Complex, George Town, Malviya Road, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh - 211002

gayatri2142009@gmail.com

+91 - 0532 - 2468844

+91 - 0532 - 2468844

SAI Training Centre, Varanasi

Uday Pratap Inter College, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh - 221002

dineshstcvns@gmail.com

+91 - 0542 - 2280290

+91 - 0542 - 2280290

SAI Training Centre, Kashipur (U.S.Nagar), Uttarakhand

Stadium Ramnagar Road, Kashipur (U.S.Nagar), Uttarakhand-244713

+91 - 5947 - 274625

+91 - 5947 - 274625

Extension Centre Scheme (ECS)


OBJECTIVE:
The extension centres of STC/SAG centres Scheme was started to cover schools and colleges for wider coverage in 2005, with a view to develop sports standards in schools and colleges which had requisite basic infrastructure and had shown good results in sports. Trainees in the age group of 12-18 years are adopted under the Scheme.

SELECTION OF THE INSTITUTION:
Schools and colleges actively involved in sports and having adequate infrastructure are eligible under this scheme. The institution should have a past history of producing national and international sports persons.

SELECTION OF TRAINEES:
Not more than 20 trainees in a School/College are adopted under the Scheme. The students of nearby schools/colleges can also be admitted. The selection of trainees is done by a duly constituted Committee consisting of:

      (1) Regional Director (SAI) or his representative
      (2) The Head of the College/Institute or his representative
      (3) Experts/Coaches from the school/college of the concerned discipline
      (4) Outstanding sports persons of the area.
Age is relaxed in cases of commendable results / exceptional talent.
These Extension Centres are monitored by the nearest STC/SAG and Heads of SAI Regional Centres under whom the respective School/College falls. The power to sanction such Centres vests with the Director General, SAI.

DISCIPLINES COVERED:
Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Football, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey, Judo, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Volleyball, Wrestling & Wushu (18 Disciplines).

NORMS OF ASSISTANCE TO THE TRAINEES/ INSTITUTIONS
S.No. Particulars (Per Head) Amount (Rupees)
1. Sports Kit (per trainee, per annum) 4000.00
2. Competition exposure (per trainee, per annum) 2000.00
3. Stipend (per trainee for 10 months in a year) 6000.00
4. Insurance (per trainee, per annum) 150.00
5. Infrastructure and equipment support in the identified institutions, per trainee, subject to ceiling of Rs.1.00 lac 5000.00

National Sports Talent Contest (NSTC)


  1. National Sports Talent Contest, (NSTC) Scheme is implemented to scout sports talent in the age group of 8-14 years from schools and nurture them into future medal hopes by providing scientific training.

  2. Under the Scheme, schools having good sports infrastructure and record of creditable sports performances are adopted by SAI. The Scheme enables the budding sportsperson to study and play in the same school. In addition to the main scheme of NSTC (launched 1985) wherein regular schools are adopted, a few distinct sub-schemes were launched to further reach out to sports talent in India, even those participating in indigenoussports and games. These sub-schemes of NSTC include:
    1. Indigenous Games & Martial Arts (IGMA) (2001)
    2. Akharas (2003)
    3. Sports Centre on the pattern of Akharas (2006)

  3. Disciplines covered under the NSTC:
    1. Regular Schools - Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Swimming, Table Tennis, Volleyball & Wrestling. (12 Disciplines)
    2. GMA - Archery, Kabaddi, Kalariapayatu, Mukna, Thang-Ta, Silambam. (06 Disciplines)
    3. Sports Centre on the Pattern of Akharas – Football & Judo (02 Discipline)

  4. NS NIS trained coaches are provided to adopted schools, akhara & sports centres.

  5. Selection Criterion:
    1. For Regular schools/ Akharas - Trainees, who are medal winners in State/National Level Competitions are automatically admitted into the Scheme, subject, to their being found medically fit. Trainees who are medal winners at District Level Competition or have participation in State Level Competitions are admitted subject to their being found fit medically and physically and also have the required potential which is assessed by battery of tests.
    2. For selection from the remote, tribal & coastal areas, the trainees are also selected through competitions organized for the purpose. Selection is done by a Selection Committee consisting of representatives of SAI, School/Akhara, SAI coaches, Sports Scientists etc. The sports persons identified on this basis are offered admission after age verification, medical examination and on found suitable by applying battery of tests.
    3. IGMA - Open competitions are organized for scouting and spotting of talent.

  6. FACILITIES PROVIDED UNDER THE NSTC SCHEME
    Presently under the Scheme, selected trainees are admitted on non-residential basis. However as an exceptional case the trainees have been admitted in two schools on a residential basis and they are provided boarding & lodging facilities instead of stipend.
    1. REGULAR SCHOOLS
      S.No. Particulars Amount (Rupees)
      1. Boarding & Lodging per head per day for 330 days (for Resi. Trainees) 125.00
      2. Sports Kit (per annum per trainee) 2000.00
      3. Insurance (per annum per trainee) 150.00
      4. Competition exposure (per annum per trainee) 2000.00
      5. Stipend for 10 months (per head per annum) 3000.00
      6. Annual grant to the school for purchase of sports equipment (per annum) 20000.00

    2. INDIGENOUS GAMES & MARTIAL ARTS
      S.No. Particulars Amount (Rupees)
      1. Sports Kit (per annum per trainee) 1500.00
      2. Insurance (per annum per trainee) 150.00
      3. Stipend for 10 months (per head per annum) 3000.00
      4. Annual grant to the school for purchase of equipment (per annum) 20000.00
      5. Annual grant to the school for organizing compet. for scouting talent (per annum) 25000.00

    3. AKHARAS
      S.No. Particulars Amount (Rupees)
      1. Stipend (per trainee per month) 1000.00
      2. Accidental insurance (per annum per trainee) 150.00

    4. SPORTS CENTERS ON THE PATTERN OF AKHARAS
      S.No. Particulars Amount (Rupees)
      1. stipend (per month per trainee) 1000.00
      2. Insurance (per annum per trainee) 150.00

  7. The adopted Akharas in addition to the service of experienced coaches is also provided one set of Wrestling Mat and /or Multi-Gym.

Army Boys Sports Company (ABSC)


OBJECTIVE:
This is a collaborative venture of SAI with the Indian Army, The main objective of the Scheme is to make use of the good infrastructure and disciplined environment of the Army for training boys in the age group of 8-16 years of age, to achieve excellence in sports. After attaining the required age of seventeen and a half years, the trainees are also offered placement in the Army.

SELECTION CRITERIA:
The selection of trainees under the above scheme is done on potential and performance basis.

  1. Trainees who are medal winners in State/National Level Competitions are automatically admitted into the Scheme, subject to age verification and being found medically fit.
  2. Trainees who are medal winners at District Level Competition or have participated in State Level Competitions are admitted, subject to age verification and being medically and physically fit. The potential of the trainee is assessed by a battery of tests.
  3. For selection of raw talent from remote, tribal & coastal areas, competitions are organized for both team as well as individual games. Selection done by a Committee consisting of representatives of SAI, Army & SMC coaches. Selection is done on the basis of:
    1. Application of specific games/Skill tests.
    2. Verification of age between 8 to 16 years.
    3. Application of Battery of tests on sports persons qualifying in the specific games/skill tests & age-verification to assess their potential.
    4. Medical examination of sports persons qualifying the above tests.

Facilities provided:
Under the Scheme the trainees are provided boarding & lodging, Educational Expenses, Sports kit, Insurance, Medical cover, Competition exposure, besides scientific coaching from experienced SAI coaches.

DISCIPLINES COVERED:
Archery, Athletics, Basketball, Boxing, Diving, Equestrian, Fencing, Football, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey, KAYAKING & Canoeing, Shooting, Swimming, Rowing, Volleyball, Wrestling & Weightlifting (18 Disciplines).

NORMS OF ASSISTANCE TO THE TRAINEES (Revised 20th January 2013)
S.No. Particulars (Per Head) Amount (Rupees)
1. Boarding/loading 330 days (per head per day) 175.00
Per day per head for Hilly Areas for 330 Days 200.00
2. Sports Equipment (per annum) 27500.00
3. Maintenance of Playfield & 20000.00
Magazine/Periodical (per unit per annum) 2500.00
4. Sports Kit (per annum) (Max. 5000)  
5. Educational expenses (per head per annum)  
6. Competition exposure (per trainee, per annum) 12000.00
7. Medical (per trainee, per annum)  
8. Insurance (per trainee, per annum)  
9. One time grant of linen and Blankets, per trainee, to each Centre 2000.00

 

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