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    III E.C Meeting - NITI Ayog, New Delhi

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IPC confirms recognition of the newly elected PCI board, led by Mr. Rao Inderjit Singh, as president

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Empower, Achieve, Inspire

To spread the Paralympic Movement to all parts of India, Paralympic Committee of India is holding National Meets every year
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As per the amended PCI Constitution and Bye Laws
in compliance with the direction of IPC, the following guidelines have been framed for its implementation regarding Athletes’ Representation
Allow athletes to elect
Athletes will nominate two Governing Board Members (1 Male and 1 Female) that will represent them with voting and speaking rights, the representing members may not necessarily need to be an athlete.
Athlete’s representation in the Governing Board
PCI will form an Athletes’ Council. In general, the role of the Athletes’ Council is to provide feedback and advice and report to the Board
Paralympic Committee of India

content_img_1 Paralympic Committee of India ® (PCI) has been steadfastly growing in number of disciplines and in its commitment for the glory of para sports in the country.

The Championship offers valuable oppurtunities to the participants to express themselves in a wide variety of competitions, This is essential for the full flowering of their personalities, Apart from enabling them to display their sporting skills, it will also symbolise their inclusion & acceptance in the society at large.

Paralympic Committee of India

The objectives of Paralympic Committee of India is to promote Para Sports for the Differently Challenged (Divyang) of our country, Identifying the disabled sports persons at an all India Level, imparting necessary training to them and prepare them to take part in State, National & International Sports meets is the major activity of our organisation.

Paralympic Movement is our Motto.

Paralympic Committee of India is promoting the para sports in a very systematic manner & Institutional in getting the coveted Awards for the Physically Challenged sports persons, since 1995 the prestigious Awards viz., Padma Shri Awards, Arjuna Awards, Dronacharya Awards, Dhyan Chand Awards, & many other State level Awards also.

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As per the amended PCI Constitution and Bye Laws in compliance with the direction of IPC, the following guidelines have been framed for its implementation regarding Athletes’ Representation:

ATHLETES’ REPRESENTATION
The PCI will include representation of Paralympic athletes in the PCI decision-making bodies as described below:

Allow athletes to elect two Governing Board Members
Athletes will nominate two Governing Board Members (1 Male and 1 Female) that will represent them with voting and speaking rights, the representing members may not necessarily need to be an athlete.

Athlete’s representation in the Governing Board
PCI will form an Athletes’ Council. In general, the role of the Athletes’ Council is to provide feedback and advice and report to the Board on behalf and in the interest of the athletes in all PCI matters. Once this Council is formed, the following will apply:

  • Nomination procedures should mirror those of the IPC Athletes’ Council.
  • The Athletes’ Council has the right to submit motions to the General Assembly, through the Governing Board.
  • The PCI’s Athletes Council will establish a relationship with the IPC and/or Region’s Athletes Council.
  • The PCI, may make provisions for gender/impairment/sport representation in the Council.
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