Khel Chetna Mela 2022, What is special this time in? 18 sports 7 thousand children hockey and yoga too
Ratlam | The 23rd Khel Chetna Mela will be held from 9 to 12 January 2023, for the first time yoga and girls’ hockey will be included.
Krida Bharti and Chetanya Kashyap Foundation will organize, the meeting of sports advisors, coordinators and co-ordinators will be held regarding the preparations for the Mahakumbh of the Games.
Ratlam, 23 November 2022. The 23rd Khel Chetna Mela organized by Krida Bharti and Chetanya Kashyap Foundation will be organized every year from 9 to 12 January 2023. In connection with the preparations for the sports fair, a meeting of sports advisors, coordinators and co-coordinators was held. For the first time in the sports fair, mini category has been included in some sports along with yoga and girls category hockey.
Mukesh Jain, secretary of the Khel Chetna Mela committee, said that various issues were discussed regarding the preparations for the 23rd Khel Chetna Mela. Training camps will be organized by the sports coordinators from 2nd to 4th December.
After discussing with all the sports coordinators and co-coordinating schools, it has been decided to gather information about the condition of the sports grounds and prepare the grounds as per the requirement. During the meeting, the coordinators and co-coordinators associated with various sports also gave suggestions, which were discussed with the decision taken by the committee members.
Participation of all the schools of Ratlam city will be ensured in the 23rd Khel Chetna Mela to be organized by Krida Bharti. This time more than 7 thousand children will participate in 18 sports in the sports fair. This time the events of yoga, basketball, table tennis, badminton, athletics, kabaddi, kho-kho, cricket, football, hockey, wrestling, volleyball, chess, swimming, malkhamb, skating, shooting, bodybuilding will be organized in the sports fair.
During the meeting Mukesh Jain, secretary of Khel Chetna Mela, Krida Bharti District President Dr. Gopal Majavadia, secretary Anuj Sharma, Prakash Vyas, Jagdish Srivaswat, R.C. Tiwari, Rakesh Sharma, Balwant Bhati, Pappu Mehta, Raja Rathod, Ravi Panwar, Dinesh Sharma, Sunil Jain, Amrik Rana, Jitendra Dhulia, Umang Porwal, Jitendra Singh Ranawat, Arjun Sisodia, Abhishek Gupta, Krishna Gopal Tiwari, Kapil Chhapri etc. were present.
The organizing committee has appealed to the school directors and principals along with all the parents to motivate maximum number of children to participate in sports events for their mental as well as physical development.