Ideas to make the ‘Program for Education and Awareness on Anti Doping in Sports’ (PEADS) more effective

How to make anti-doping programme more effective amongst the rural area and budding athletes at school level in India through ‘Program for Education and Awareness on Anti Doping in Sports’ (PEADS)
Last Date Jun 26,2015 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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To further increase the awareness-cum-outreach level of the anti doping campaign, National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) has developed an extensive education program namely Program for ...

To further increase the awareness-cum-outreach level of the anti doping campaign, National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) has developed an extensive education program namely Program for Education and Awareness on Anti Doping in Sports (PEADS). To know the exact requirement for this purpose, an Information and Education Committee (IEC) has been constituted under the Chairmanship of Director General, NADA to assist and advise NADA. PEADS is a comprehensive program that has been planned with an objective to deal with different stakeholders in the country.

The objective of this program is to increase Awareness of Anti Doping in Sports across the country amongst all the sportspersons and support staff.

Suggestions/ Feedback are required from public and common manon how this program can be made more effective amongst the rural area and budding athletes at school level in India and in what way and how can anyone assist NADA to eradicate the doping in sports in India. Anyone can share idea of the photos, documentaries, small films, and electronic advertisement media on anti doping etc.

Program for Education and Awareness on Anti Doping in Sports (PEADS)

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MANAN Bhatt_1 4 years 11 months ago

#skillindia #universityofindianarmedforces
My open letter to ms smriti Irani, min of HRD
Dear madam, I am writing you to highlight the atrocities to the serving sailors,soldiers,airmen. They all are recruited and trained in their allotted trades by the defence. But the biggest irony is that none of the courses and training offered are recognised by the UGC nor these are affiliated to any university. So the highly trained and skilled jawan when retires at an early age of32-35 years, his qualification is nil. He gets nothing. My request to you is that A UNIVERSITY OF DEFENCE BE ESTABLISHED just as done by our PM in Gandhinagar. This historic move will place our government back into the hearts of the jawans. A bad image of our PM has been created by some rogue elements on OROP issue. The jawans retiring after 15 years of more are being given some funny 'equavalant to graduation' certificate which has no educational value. Jawans are being cheated by the officers so that they will not face competition from them in higher posts after retirement. To cover all this up, jawans pre release courses offered but they too are of no educational value. Retiring Officers are offered courses in IIMs an IITs. The jawans re allotted hair cutting technology course.