Sports and our city Chandigarh have a good connection. With PCA Stadium at Mohali, Cricket Stadium in Sector 16, Hockey stadium in Sector 42, football stadium in Sector 17 and numerous swimming pools, Chandigarh has also got a number of sports complex.
Adding to the number of sports complex in Chandigarh, the city now boasts of an indoor sports complex at Sector 43. It has been constructed at a whopping cost of Rs. 9 Crore and the infrastructure is worth getting awestruck for.
Apart from offering mainstream games, some other things that are included are:
- Badminton court
- Squash court
- Swimming Pool
- Volley Ball
- Table Tennis
A lot of other facilities are also available to promote all round development of players.
Marching forth with the aim to produce quality players who would represent at National and Olympic level, UT Sports Department claims to overcome their long lost struggle to overcome sheer dearth of coaches in the city through an extensive recruitment process providing employment opportunities to aspirants.
Living upto its name of an Educational City, Chandigarh has one more reason to boast of in terms of getting good sports facilities for young enthusiasts to build up their morale and promote overall development of themselves. Not just limited to one such Sports Complex, the administration has Dream Big approach towards the execution of such activities which promotes Development of Human Resources and consequently Society as a whole. The department vows to open up more such sports complexes and their next plan of action targets Government Schools of Sector 34, 38, 43, 50 and 56.
All we can hope now is that these young kids for whom entire process of development is brought into action prove to be assets and bring fame to the nation with full vigour and vitality.
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