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Wheel Chair & Amputee
"Paralympic Committee of India is a non-partisan, non-profit organisation. Dedicated for the development and
upliftment of Physically Challenged Sports,
Athletes with mobility disabilities, Amputations, Blindness & Cerebral Palsy."
We organise, motivate to participate in competitive sporting activities as part of the Global Paralympic Movement.
We help to identify potential Paralympians and assist athletes to prepare for competition by providing funds for coaching, equipment and travel in the lead up to the Paralympic Games.
The Paralympic Games are a major international multi-sport event for athletes
with physical disabilities. This includes athletes with mobility disabilities, amputations,
blindness, and Cerebral Palsy. We organise, motivate to participate in competitive sporting
activities as part of the global Paralympic movement.
Paralympic sports helps to bring about the complete fulfilment of physically challenged. We in Paralympic Committee of India believe paralympic sport is the ideal means to promote the integration of physically challenged people.
Paralympic Committee of India Organised
International Day of Sport for Development As Change Makers
5000 children ran/walked at National Stadium
To create a feeling of sensitivity and equality in the minds of young children, over 5000 schoolchildren along with paralympic athletes, children with disabilities, skaters, cyclists and NCC cadets took part in a 3 km run at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here on Sunday. The run organised on the occasion of the International Day of Sports for Development as Change Makers was flagged off by ‘Flying Sikh’ Milkha Singh in the presence of renowned sports persons like H N Girisha – 2012 London Paralympic silver medallist high jumper and other distinguished sports personalities and guests.
The event was organised by the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) and was supported by the Sports Authority of India and Ministry of Social Justice, Government of India.
“We at PCI strongly believe that any change we desire to see in the society should start from our young citizens, our children and youth who bear the burden of crafting a new society on their tender shoulders. A child’s heart is the purest place and we are putting a huge effort to positively influence and bring ample sensitivity in their perception and attitude towards specially-abled and people with impairment,” said president of PCI Rajesh Tomar.
“This entire sports event is designed in a way where we will be teaching and instilling sensitivity in normal children by bringing together normal children and people with impairment, showing them that children with disability can also perform and talking extensively about the issue to them.
This is a small but solid step towards creating the sensitivity in children,” added Tomar.PTI
|Mr. Rajesh Tomar
Paralympic Committee of India