Deputy CM inspects site of proposed world-class centre
Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia inspected the proposed site for Delhi Sports University at Mundka on October 17.
The varsity is being set up to promote world-class training, research and academics in the field of sports as well as health and exercise.
“Delhi Sports University will be a state-of-the-art the art campus for our sportspersons that will help bring glory to Delhi and India!” Sisodia tweeted.
A beginning of another exciting chapter in Delhi Education Revolution 2.0!
Delhi Sports University will be a state-of-the-art the art campus for our sportspersons that will help bring glory to Delhi and India!
We will continue our expanded focus on Higher Education. pic.twitter.com/VLWPqquPy9
— Education Minister (@Minister_Edu) October 17, 2020
“It is our aim to provide multidisciplinary teaching and training in sports to ensure sports professionals are better prepared for a wide-range of employment opportunities. This university will also promote public health through sports in academia and make it more accessible to the public,” Sisodia said. “Work was disrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic but now we want to pick up pace as it is our dream to provide world-class opportunities to our children and youth in the field of education and sports.”
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