BCCI PRESIDENT ONE OF THE ATTRACTIONS OF 4TH PHD GLOBAL SPORTS CONVENTION-2016 ON FRIDAY THIS WEEK

BCCI PRESIDENT ONE OF THE ATTRACTIONS OF 4TH PHD GLOBAL SPORTS CONVENTION-2016 ON FRIDAY THIS WEEK

BCCI PRESIDENT ONE OF THE ATTRACTIONS OF 4TH PHD GLOBAL SPORTS CONVENTION-2016 ON FRIDAY THIS WEEK

 

No.PR-71
August 9, 2016
New Delhi
 

BCCI PRESIDENT ONE OF THE ATTRACTIONS OF 4TH PHD GLOBAL SPORTS CONVENTION-2016 ON FRIDAY THIS WEEK
 

President, BCCI, Mr. Anurag Thakur along with the Secretary, Sports, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Mr. Rajiv Yadav and host of other such dignitaries of eminence, relating to sports landscape will assemble here at PHD House, New Delhi for the 4th Global Sports Convention-2016 under its aegis here on Friday this week.
 

The flagship event of the PHD Chamber with a theme “Sports for All-The Ultimate Sporting Legacy” will be inaugurated by the President, BCCI in which Sports Excellence Awards will also be given away to sports personnel of different hue and cry to encourage them to excel in sports with a motto of attaining distinction for individuals and thereby for the nation as a whole.
 

India Inc. will be represented during the day long conference by President, Sr. Vice President, Vice President of the Chamber respectively Dr. Mahesh Gupta, Mr. Gopal Jiwarajka and Mr. Anil Khaitan with it’s Sports Committee Chairperson Ms. Neelam Pratap Rudy whereas the High Commissioner of Australia to India, Ms. Harinder Sidhu will also be present providing for global sports perspective among other dignitaries of similar scale.
 

The 4th PHD Chamber Global Sports Convention will also deliberate upon variety of emerging sports issues, eliciting practically possible solutions to promote and propagate sports among all categories of human interests as also seriously work for providing a road map for a holistic development of Indian youth.
 

In a statement, Chairperson, Sports Committee, PHD Chamber, Ms. Neelam Pratap Rudy said that the convention will also provide for hosting panel discussions on creating a lifetime sporting legacy for the youth of India, suggesting ways and means for conquering challenges and optimizing opportunities in the field of sports.  It will also make ways for working out policy related suggestions for the government so that the sporting becomes pervasive in India with the sole objective of attaining distinctions in all sports that India can think of.
 

Ends.

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)