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SAI gets its First Ever Mobile based App

SAI gets its First Ever Mobile based App

The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has got its first ever mobile-based app. Dubbed as ‘Khelo India app’, the app was rolled out by India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. The main goal of the new app is to create awareness about sports and fitness among the country’s citizens.

‘Khelo India’ is an initiative under the Khelo India scheme. The application has been created by SAI and further boosts the mission of boosting the sports arena in the country and turns it into a worldwide sporting superpower in the upcoming years.

The app will further identify potential champions among children. The app’s three features will guide young stars to take sports of their choice.

Coming to the sections, the first section is designed to provide information about the root level rules of 18 different sports. Basically, it is a beginner guide about the sports, its equipment needs to play, rules and regulations of the game and scoring parameters.

The second section will provide details of various sporting facilities within the nation where a user can choose any institute or facility and enrolinto it in her/his hometown. The list of facilities includes the list of private facilities, SAI facilities, and SAI-supported facilities.

In the application, the users will have to fill details like phone number, address, location and also mention the chosen sporting facilities available at the venue.

The final section holds the most vibrant feature, as it will guide to map the basic fitness levels of children starting as early as five years for all school going students in India.


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