Delhi Sports School to Start Admission Process Tomorrow | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: Delhi Sports School will begin its admissions process on June 22, the government announced on Monday.
The school, which falls under Delhi Sports University (DSU), will provide training in 10 olympic sports — archery, athletics, badminton, shooting, bodybuilding, struggleboxing, swimming, table tennis and lawn tennis.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said he would accept students from across the country. “Through this unique sports school, our government aims to identify and nurture exemplary sports talents from across India. We will train students to become international sports champions and Olympians in the future.
DSU will hold talent scouting camps in various states to invite applications. Interested students will need to go through the rigorous talent screening process.
They will first need to register on the school’s online portal using the link Once registration is complete, a shortlist of students will be prepared based on merit. These students will then be invited to talent scouting camps where they will undergo various tests such as motor ability, speed endurance and agility tests as well as sport specific tests for the chosen sports. After passing these tests, the shortlisted students will be invited to Delhi.
Here they will also take sports science tests. Shortlisted candidates will undergo a few medical tests before registration.
“This co-educational school for grades 6-12 will be fully residential and will provide separate accommodation facilities for boys and girls. The objective of this school will be to produce sporting champions while ensuring their overall development through an integrated program of specialized and personalized sport,” said Sisodia.
The school will use former international athletes and renowned coaches “to provide the best training” for the students. The schools will also have a sports science center and an athlete monitoring system to improve sports performance through scientific means.
DSU Vice-Chancellor Karnam Malleswari said: “This holistic approach of building an end-to-end sports ecosystem through world-class sports science, infrastructure, training and curriculum will also address the mental health issues athletes face while balancing their athletic careers. and academic requirements.


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