Archery Championship to be organised in Ranchi from 15th November

Ranchi: Meeting of the Indian Archery Association was held in Ranchi on Saturday.

The meeting was presided over by Union Agriculture and Tribal Affairs Minister and President of Archery Association of India (AAI) Arjun Munda.

Many issues related to the Sangh were discussed in the meeting.

Along with this, it was decided to organize Ranchi Senior Archery National Game on 15th November, the birth anniversary of Lord Birsa Munda.

After the meeting, Archery Association Secretary Virendra Sachdeva, said that the elections of the Indian Archery Association were held on January 19 last.

A new team was formed in this.

So far 26 domestic events have been completed in the 90 day tenure.

Even in 90 days, there were 52 working days.

26 events have been conducted, one of the biggest successes is that of all the events, we have conducted two NRTs of NTPC.

Khelo India Women Games was recently organised.

In this year four national trials have been conducted.

Along with this, two coaches have been workshopped.

He said that under the National Education Society Tribal Students Scheme, 50 Eklavya Model Residential Schools have been stabilized by the Archery Association of India under the leadership of our President, Union Minister Arjun Munda.

An assistance of Rs 1 lakh has been given in this.

In this, approximately Rs 7 crore has been passed for a total of 76 schools.

He said that we are doing a talent hunt in the school itself.

They are taking out small children from there and training them to become good archers.

He said that there is a plan to give Rs 2.5 crore to 16 children.

In this, two and a half lakh rupees are being transferred to the account of each child.

In this, children will be able to purchase archery items as per their convenience.

Its utility certificate will have to be submitted to the government.

Together we have given the DPR to the Government of India.

A budget of Rs 40 crore has been given for the next year.

This will be spent for the promotion of archery.

Four archers have been honoured by the Executive Committee of the Government of India.

In this, Purnima Mahato has received the Padma Shri Award from Tata Archery Academy.

Similarly, three have received the Arjun Award, including Sheetal Devi, Mojap Parveen and Gopichand Swami.

He said, it is a matter of great pride for us that four of our archers have been honored by the Government of India.

With this we are preparing for the Paris Olympics.

Eight children from Jharkhand have been selected for the Paris Olympics.

It stars Deepika, Komolika Bari, Ankita Bhagat, Liril Chauhan and Bhajan Kaur.

He said that with this, for the first time the Archery Association has sent 46 coaches abroad for training.

Of these, 26 had gone to Korea and 20 had come via Switzerland.

He said that 400 coaches have been prepared and our target is to prepare one thousand 46 coaches.

Efforts are on to make our players even better in the coming days.

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