Sports ministry to launch talent search portal
A talent search portal will soon be launched by Sports Ministry to spot, support and encourage young Indian talents across the country especially from the rural region.
This was shared by Vijay Goel, Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs while interacting with the Indian Diaspora in Dubai. http://bit.ly/Clipper28App
Vijay Goel who is on a three day tour to UAE said that the portal will have an interactive window which will allow any person to upload a video or a bio data of any young talented girl or a boy who has exceptional sporting ability but does not have enough exposure.
Goel said that his Ministry will work on identifying and grooming such budding talents and provide them with the much deserved platform to showcase their sporting abilities irrespective of their social or economic status. http://bit.ly/Clipper28App
He added that under the Modi government there are plans to augment the sports infrastructure and that all support and training facility will be provided to such talented youths. The Sports Minister also said that a Task Force is being appointed to do a feasibility study whether India will be able to host the Olympics in 2024 or 2028.
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