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Haryana CM Saini approves allotment of 976 Khel Nurseries in Haryana for FY 2024-25

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, June 12

Haryana Chief Minister, Nayab Singh has approved the allotment of 976 Khel Nurseries across Haryana in government and private schools/institutions for the financial year 2024-25 under the Khel Nursery Scheme.

Previously, the state government allotted 1,100 Khel Nurseries each year. This number has been increased to 1,500 from FY 2024-25, with about 500 of these nurseries being managed by government coaches on government infrastructure.

Giving more information in this regard, an official spokesperson stated that applications are invited annually from interested government and private schools/institutions, with the essential requirement being the availability of a coach, adequate playground facilities, and the ability to accommodate up to 25 players who will receive scholarships.

The selection process involves District Sports Officers conducting physical inspections of the applicant’s premises.

He said that scholarships under this scheme are awarded at the rate of Rs. 1,500 per month for players aged 8 to 14 years and Rs. 2,000 per month for players aged 15 to 19 years.

Additionally, coaches of these Khel Nurseries receive an honorarium of up to Rs. 25,000 per month.With the Chief Minister’s approval, allotment messages have been sent to all successful applicants of the 976 Khel Nurseries for FY 2024-25.

The distribution of the 976 nurseries is as follows: 196 in government schools, 115 to Gram Panchayats, 278 to private institutions, and 387 to private schools. These nurseries cover 28 different sports disciplines and are spread across all districts of the state.

He further informed that the distribution of Khel Nurseries for various sports disciplines is as follows: 14 nurseries have been allotted for archery, 93 for athletics, 15 for badminton, 6 for baseball, 47 for basketball, 65 for boxing, 3 for canoeing, 5 for cycling, 12 for fencing, 70 for football, 7 for gymnastics, 74 for handball, 44 for hockey, 18 for judo, 138 for kabaddi, 7 for karate, 3 for lawn tennis, 11 for netball, 2 for rowing, 33 for shooting, 3 for softball, 12 for swimming, 11 for table tennis, 15 for taekwondo, 95 for volleyball, 6 for weightlifting, 149 for wrestling, and 18 for wushu.

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