“We are also going to hire the services of foreign experts in order to train our faculty as well. Some of our faculty members may also be sent abroad to receive training.” This is definitely a welcome move and it should auger well for those who dream of becoming a coach of the national team in various sports. One look at the coaches in various sports helps us understand that Indian coaches lack quality, hence the various Indian sports federations look to other countries.
Dr. Ranawat also stated, “This National Institute of Sports (NIS) Coaching has been brought to produce quality coaches to reduce the dependency on the foreign coaches.” But, one needs to have patience with it, as it will take some time for these plans to materialise into results. The NIS will also try in to recruit students from foreign countries, though primarily it is going to be mostly Indians to be trained at NIS.
These students will be taught in both the theoretical as well as the practical level. During the day time, they will have theoretical classes, and in the morning and evening, they are going to have practical classes.” Practical classes are considered to be a very important in such curriculum, where they would be taught about the skills as to how to train the players. The skills would be taught depending upon the various sports.
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