Three Sports- Badminton, skating and shooting are going to start from December 1 in the Greater Noida sports complex. The authority has made arrangements for coaches for these three sports. Moreover, authorities have geared up to start all the 12 sports in the Sports Complex in Greater Noida soon.
The Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex in Greater Noida has infrastructure for 12 sports. These include swimming, squash, cricket, tennis, table tennis, football, badminton, basketball, volleyball, boxing, skating, shooting, and multi-gym. Yet, for a long time, the sports complex did not see sports enthusiasts because of the pandemic.
Nevertheless, players won't have to wait any longer to learn the nuances of Badminton, Skating and Shooting. The CEO of Greater Noida Authority, Narendra Bhushan has directed to start the sports facilities present in the sports complex immediately. As a result, the Sports Complex Management Committee has sought a Request For Proposal for coaches of all 12 sports, but three of these sports Badminton, skating and skating will be available from December 1. Temporary arrangements have been made for the shooting coach.
As gathered from Deep Chandra, ACEO of Greater Noida Authority, as soon as permanent coaches are available from Request For Proposal, the temporary coaches will be removed.
Coaches have to be arranged except for swimming and squash. The authority has also relaxed the conditions for companies wishing to apply for swimming and squash. For example, the total turnover of the company applying for the swimming pool will now be considered for five years instead of three years. This decision has been taken in cognizance of the fact that the turnover of companies has not been good in the last two years due to Corona.
The applications for RFP have started on 26 November. Applications can be made till December 10. Its technical bid will be opened on 13th December. Before this, there will be a meeting on December 3, in which any question related to RFP can be asked. The applicants can reach out to the authorities on then the telephone number 0120--2336015 for any information.