WITH STATE GOVERNMENT ENSURING TIMELY PROMOTION   MAJORITY OF OFFICERS IN STATE BUREAUCRACY WILL GET PROMOTION ON NEW YEAR   LARGE NUMBER OF OAS OFFICERS WILL GET SCOPE FOR IAS PROMOTION   AT LEAST 22 STATE CIVIL SERVICE OFFICERS WILL GET PROMOTION TO IAS RANK   UPSC HAS FIXED DATE ON 17 DECEMBER FOR OAS TO IAS PROMOTION   AFTER LONG TIME OFS OFFICERS WILL GET SCOPE TO PROMOTED TO IFS RANK   UPSC FIXES DATE FROM PROMOTION FROM OFS TO IFS ON 17 DECEMBER   STATE CONFIRMS 3 19 583 POSITIVE CASES   TOTAL RECOVERY CASES ARE 3 12 734  ACTIVE CASES GOING DOWN WITH 5046 CASES   KHURDA TOPS WITH 51 FOLLOWED BY ANGUL 41 AND MAYURBHANJ 36  CUMULATIVE TESTS BREACH 59 LAKH MARK WITH 59 77 970  

Kalinga To Get Face Lift

Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar has been named as one of the first eight Khelo India State Centres of Excellence (KISCEs) under Sports Authority of India’s flagship talent identification and nurturing program, Khelo India.

 Kalinga Stadium will be upgraded with a total budget of Rs.12.02 crore in four years.
 
The support will be in the form of infrastructure upgradation, setting up of sports science centre and also soft component in the form of quality coaches and sports science human resources - Physiotherapists, strength and conditioning experts.  High quality equipment will also be provided to the players. The academy will also have a high performance manager to ensure quality sports science input and performance management.
 
The Sports Ministry is upgrading existing sporting infrastructure in each State and UT, in partnership with the State and UT, and creating KISCEs with the aim to create a robust sporting ecosystem in the entire country.
 
Each KISCE will be extended sports-specific support in 14 Olympic sports, of which one State or UT will be given support for a maximum of three sports.
 
In the first leg, eight KISCEs have been identified, including the one in Bhubaneswar in Odisha. The other KISCEs will be set up in Mizoram, Telangana, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala.
 
Speaking about the decision to set up the KISCEs, Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju said, “These Khelo India State Centres of Excellence is yet another step towards building a robust sports ecosystem on one hand and India’s pursuit of excellence in Olympics on the other.”
 
“These state-of-the-art centres will ensure that athletes proficient in a certain sport can be given the highest level of training and these centres become the best facilities in the country to train athletes in the priority sport for which they have been earmarked. I am confident this step will help to further India’s effort of becoming one of the top 10 countries in the Olympics in 2028,” the Minister added.
 
As a joint partnership, the Sports Authority of India will provide financial support in various avenues like sports science back-up, engagement of coaches and support staff, procurement of sports equipment, among other things. The state will be responsible for lodging, boarding, regular maintenance, infrastructure upgradation and overall management of the KISCE. Wherever required, SAI will provide technical expertise and assistance, while putting in place a regular monitoring mechanism, to ensure that athletes are trained at par with international standards.
 


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