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Hello Dear Sports man, Wish you are doing great!    I know that it is difficult to move with a sports career as this is a booming stream. But here the major option that you get to work in this stream is that this stream is still not explored as the cricket career is. As you have achieved great heights I would like to guide you more which will surely help you to grow upwards.   Initially start applying to all the leading institutions and also to the HOCKEY INDIA club of India www.hockeyindia.org/contact-us/. ( Click on the link and you will get to the page you

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I am quite satisfied with it answer but is it the same for a student who doesn't have any sports certificates and is suffering from family pressures who don't want him to go in this stream and when he argues they say get lost from my home first of all you spoiled my entire money in nothing

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    Hello Aspirant ,        Welcome to careerguide.com . There are many sports colleges and academy in India that offer various courses at different levels. The Sports Authority of India (SAI) is the best and top one in the list when it comes to grooming and nurturing young talent.It 's a multi disciplined body where almost all sports and games are sponsored like athletics, football, hockey, cricket, table tennis, lawn tennis, etc. It also runs academic programs through two of its wingsi) Netaji Subash National Institute of Sports  , Patialaii) Lakshmi B

1 answer Halima Sadiya in Sports Physiotherapist category

Hello Dear Parikshit,   It appears you are obsessed and passionaltely in love with game and in particular cricket with a legendary like Bharat Ratna Sir Sachin Tendulkar in front of you as a role model. Anyways, it s very important and good to have a role model.   You say that you wish to do 'MBA' and also say that correspondence diploma. My Dear, please understand that MBA is a masters degree and not a diploma.   I liked your passion towards Sports. In India Sports Management is one of the growing and upcoming areas for study and career. In your

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Sports Physiotherapist category

Hi The job of a sports administrator/manager involves planning and management of sports activities and events from time to time. The course on sports management in India stresses upon the following principles:Social and ethical relevance of sports management Sponsorship, marketing and merchandise of sports Interrelationship between finance and sports [Scope in india][1]:One can join as a sports manager, One can also be the personal manager or agents of renowned players who do PR work, career enrichment and get the brand endorsement assignments. Many private and government institutes req

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Available courses in sports after 12th are BSc Physical education, Health Education and Sports, Bachelor of Physical Education and SPorts, Diploma in Yoga and Diploma in Physical education etc. So you can search for these courses in universities like Mount Carmel College, Lovely Professional University, Annamalai    university etc. 

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