Indian Sports Centre announces new managing committee, advisory council
February 18 2021 06:20 PM
Indian Sports Centre's new managing committee and advisory council members.
Indian Sports Centre's new managing committee and advisory council members.

Indian ambassador Dr Deepak Mittal is the patron of ISC, and defence attache Capt Mohan Atla is the co-ordinating officer.

The following are nominated as managing committee members: president - Dr Mohan Thomas (overall co-ordinator); vice president - Sheji Valiyakath (membership, premises development and sponsorship, Qatar shooting); general secretary - T S Sreenivas (primary - tennis; secondary - cricket, school games); head of finance - Rukkaiya Pachisa (primary - golf; secondary - ladies games, trekking); joint secretary - Rajesh Kannan (primary - yoga and fitness; secondary - water sports, swimming). Heads - John DeSa (primary - football; secondary - hockey, carrom); Yawar Ali (primary - volleyball; secondary - basketball); Safeeru Rahman (primary - badminton; secondary - football, squash, tug-of-war, arm wrestling); Varkey Boban (primary - table tennis; secondary - badminton, chess); Anil Boloor (primary - throwball; secondary - cricket, cycling); Shivani (primary - cricket; secondary - school games).

The following are nominated as advisory council members, and have been assigned to be in charge of activities as mentioned below: chairman — Kunju Marakkar Mohamed Easa (overall co-ordination); members - Sippy Jose (primary - football; secondary - badminton, hockey and rifle shooting); Nisha Agarwal (primary - yoga, fitness; secondary - golf, football); Parvez Khan (primary - cricket); Cyril Anand (primary - golf; secondary - cricket); Sanjay Jain (primary - golf; secondary - cricket); Dr Mani Kandan (primary - cricket; secondary - football, chess, carrom, badminton).

"The office-bearers are planning activities for promotion of sports and games among the Indian community, to celebrate yoga in a notable manner, support the host country in the upcoming international events and provide a facility for the sports activities of the Indian community," Dr Thomas added.

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