Parliament passes National Sports University Bill, 2018

The National Sports University Bill 2018 pass by the  Parliament. The bill seeks to establish a National Sports University in Manipur to promote education in sports sciences, technology, management, and coaching. The University will undertake research on physical education, strengthen sports training programmes, and collaborate internationally in the field of physical education, among others. The Schedule to the Bill contains statutes. These statutes specify the establishment, composition, and powers of various authorities such as the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Dean of Schools. Any such action will require the approval of the central government. The central government will review and inspect the functioning of the University. The Executive Council may take action based on the findings of the inspection. If no action is taken within a reasonable time period, the central government may issue binding directions to the Council. In addition, the central government may annul any proceeding of the University which do not conform with the Bill. The University will maintain a Fund which will contain contributions by the central government, state governments, or the University Grants Commission; loans, gifts, and donations; income from fees, and amounts received from any other source. download our android app

  • Parliament passes National Sports University Bill, 2018.
  • The bill seeks to establish a National Sports University in Manipur to promote education in sports sciences, technology, management, and coaching.
  • The University will undertake research on physical education, strengthen sports training programmes, and collaborate internationally in the field of physical education, among others. The Schedule to the Bill contains statutes.
  • These statutes specify the establishment, composition, and powers of various authorities such as the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Dean of Schools. Any such action will require the approval of the central government.
  • The University will maintain a Fund which will contain contributions by the central government, state governments, or the University Grants Commission; loans, gifts, and donations; income from fees, and amounts received from any other source.download our android app