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A new dimension for learning sports

  1. 1.    Dr. Jayshree Singh Senior Faculty Bhupal Nobles Post Graduate Girls’ College, Udaipur
  2. 2.      To achieve various economic outcomes, sports training and learning is an important determinant because It sets the provision for manufacturing goods related to sports and games It promotes tourism through sports tournaments and championships It requires formation of large sports academies, associations and clubs to organise sports activities for the public It enables financial development through skilled sports trainers to conduct programmes and to enrich public mindset for sports and games
  3. 3.     Capital means product and social capital means a product that can enhance human relationships in context of the nation and human development. Involvement of citizens of a country in the sports and games unifies the public mindset to work for the nation, worship sports and to live like comerades The love for learning sports indulge the citizens to organise their self and mind to protect the dignity of their nation and develop self-respect and self-reliance. The patronisation of sports activities by a nation motivates patriotism, nationality, and belongingness for native and national sports.
  4. 4.    Mostly the organisations, institutions, associations, clubs are responsible to organise tournaments of games and sports. If these bodies reinforce the spirit of sportsmanship among the citizens, then naturally the small stakeholders like schools, colleges and families will motivate the participants to learn sports activities. Generally the sports campaigns are left to be patronised by state rather by society, due to which society brings out problems of caste factor, gender discrimination, myths regarding biological weaknesses among girls to play outdoor games etc., that most of the times discourage state sports boards to implement their policies effectively The public-private partnership at grassroot level has to boost morale of people by taking up community development activities and services from the point of sports participation and development
  5. 5.   Indian society which is diversified on account of regional and religious disparities, need the back of public-private sector stakeholders to jointly arrange the funds, infrastructure and other sources to compete with other groups. Then state can look into the sports activities with much stronger support with the help of Self-Help groups. This can be an intervention to eliminate caste and gender factor from the society and state groups. Such organised sports welfare activities can improve the internal assessment performance and increase accountability of the public-private interdisciplinary organisations to help in building social capital and pursuing economic growth
  6. 6.    Although there is scarcity of fund and lack of infrastructure and moral support in India, yet citizens need to be waken up to motivate the government institutions to reach to rural- remote areas for sports facilities and organising of games and linking them to national sports activities. It is the private organisations and industrial units that can assign task to their department of physical education to voluntary take up such areas where they can do workshops on nutrition, fitness and participation in sports. The public sector units need to enliven their sick units by joining in the mission to collect as much as participants for sports training, knowledge and to pursue the state constituencies to allocate funds for sports fitness, nutrition and maximum enrolment of gender participation
  7. 7.     Generally the patriarchal, heirarchical societies interfere and interrupt to get the maximum gender-participation False data is submitted to sports boards by committees regarding such programmes There is irregularity of the trained sports personnel to impart proper sports’ skills to local people There is unavailability of Sports Officers and personnel as regards to right to information and development for sports related activities.
  8. 8.    Indeed there are now in some districts of each state Physical Education Colleges and Departments of Physical Education in the Regular Degree Government and Private colleges, but these are not well-organised and equipped to strictly manage the sports discipline, fitness and nutrition. They lack one or the other factor. All training starts and ends with good nutrition and discipline, but both are ignored because the public-private organisations do not take interest in sports welfare activities. These units lag behind in their services to provide healthy sport-persons due to their internal bureaucratic and hierarchical degradation. The corrupt-ridden system blames society while diversified society reproach these organisations.
  9. 9.    Mostly in government and private schools, the emphasis on sports is focused from the point of regular physical education period, yoga classes, regular games period, which indeed releases students from the confines of classrooms but it falls them into another compulsion to stretch their limbs for the sake of attendance and grades in their mark sheets. The utility of sports in the common life is mechanised rather it is a habit. The reason is the policy makers who decide school curriculum do know the importance of physical exercise but they neglect the regularity of sports in life. Policy-makers avoid to provide any safety, security, regular practice of the outdoor and indoor sports and games activities, so in a way they produce a product that passes in exams but fails as a product of Sports in the economic growth of a nation.
  10. 10.   Mostly colleges and universities promote sports and games not as an activity of passion, knowledge and purpose; rather it is preferred an activity to add credit to college interventions to boost their image among other colleges/universities, therefore the loyalty to nation is restricted merely by the students participation at college level. The participants for national sports and games are indeed given lot of promotion, but their importance and safety is likely to be relied or taken care of on their performance and calibre rather on their competence to continue with their passion to participate and practice for national games and sports.
  11. 11.   Just as Government look after its plebiscite process through regular campaigning and promotion, similarly government has to regulate the private-public system to regularise sports training; it is as important as food and air to body. Government sports bodies need to delegate the local bodies with more facilities and role to enhance high quality performance. The state and the society have to generate revenue through tournaments so that quality of social capital may be away from all kinds of discrimination and injustice.
  12. 12.   In academic institutions there are sports offices, officers and organisers to hold some minor level activities within college, intra-college, inter-university level. These cells of Board need to recharge with fresh strategies and plans for mapping their sports enterprise resources They need to seek placements and selections in the social units, industries, institutions so that they may channelize the board programmes from the places where these sports enterprise and resources are recruited or located There must be some sort of integration of sports and economy perspective to channelize the network for sports growth from every nook and corner of the nation, wherever the sportspersons are employed, settled or in business.
  13. 13.    Government till date have been thoughtful how to have effective utility of human resource and human capital in skilled and unskilled jobs whether in India or outside India. Government has not been vigilant that if the common human resource will not be stimulated to understand the significance of being a social capital, then how there can be human capital out of social capital. The society forms the social capital and the management of the state and society reproduce human capital. Therefore social capital has to be an important unit of economic growth, in which sports training and learning contribute a lot.
  14. 14.   The more the organisations, clubs, public-private partners associate with sports development activities their will be more capital income besides return of assets in the form of social capital and human capital. The improvement in infrastructure, sports facilities and goods is an opportunity and development matrix to ensure marketing, publicity, promotion, staffing, organis ing, reporting and managing sportstournaments, leagues, championships and campaigns.
  15. 15.  Just like battlefield in wars, the playfields in sports need self-motivation, actionplan, strategies, equipments, casual and sports uniforms, banners, stadiums, playgrounds, publi city technology, promotion networking enterprise, other hard wares and infrastructure to compete with the opposite party. When the budget is managed to win the field in one’s favour, naturally the training, diet, fitness and discipline which are the necessary inputs to utilise the cost of the expenditure, would also ensure the better productive output. Investment in sports is unavoidably a return of asset for nation, for world and for humanity.
  16. 16.   Whenever a city, district, state , nation or and International country plans a sports activity/conference or tournament, naturally it involves all citizens’ interest, hobby, time, precious space, passions and economy. When the citizens completely indulge themselves, then they are not mere citizens, they are social capital who integrate their individual selves for community and collective consciousness. This very factor makes them hospitable, aspiring and above all discriminations. They coordinate short excursions and tours/travel programmes to extend their hospitality to delegates. In this way the host and the guests both as sports personnel participate in encouraging tourism besides increasing spectators, skilled trainers, usherettes and other networking entrepreneurs. Secondly the medical amenities for sports related activities set another area of economy
  17. 17.    When national sentiments of any category of citizens are combined with sports, it indeed improves social status of its citizens because they all involve themselves in the promotion and marketing of sports and games, they forget to which class, sex, creed or religion they belong. They seek information, justice, dignity, right to participate, equal opportunity to work and development if sports is seen as one of the very significant variable of economic growth and human development. The developing country India like other developed nations need to bring shift by setting sports-economics correlations. It would definitely remove casteism and gender differences because sports in itself is a big industry that can market and produce both social capital and human capital at the same time.
  18. 18. It is apt to quote in this context – “It is your game, your team and your cup”. Learning and participation in sports need to be understood professionally, scientifically, economic ally, socially and culturally. One’s victory depends upon the way one understands and promotes sports in one’s life and for others.  THANK YOU!

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