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An Institute for Physical Education and Sports Science

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By Mr. Karan Ivan Rego


Sports Academy & Training Centre, Ghansoli, Navi Mumbai.

Abstract

Bright future through sports‌ Sports: Sports as we all know is considered highly as a challenging physical feat, which not every individual is good at. In order to be a good athlete one has to train very hard and be patient and consistent throughout his/her sporting career. Sports is broadly classified into two type’s .i.e. indoor sports and outdoor sports. Majority of the famous sporting people have been training since a very young age. In India sports as a whole is mainly correlated with cricket. No doubt there are many other athletes in various dimensions of many sporting events but do not stand out as a majority as the lack of infrastructure, training and guidance. This poor lack of governance makes the country a sporting sleeping giant. With such diversity and population, India has a huge potential of building world class sporting talent. My main focus is on building a world class sports academy which will provide the best infrastructure, facility and guidance to the students in overall sporting aspect. The two main purposes of the academy: 1. Grassroot training of young children & young athletes enabling high physical fitness and showcasing their talents. 2. To raise the level of sports in the country and to ensure good career aspects in sports. Keeping in mind these two major functions the academy will boast of an international; standard sustainable design. The academy will also make sure every handicap also has a chance to show case and develop his/her ability in the spotting events, thus it will be handicap friendly. Good facilities overall in order to nurture young talent so that they can excel in national and international events. The facility will include practice pitches, an academy for management, school and administration. It will be overall sports, science, and research and medicine academy. It will include all modern amenities to ensure maximum coverage of major sports in order for overall development and fitness of students.

Keywords- Spots, India, Physical fitness, handicap- friendly.


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CERTIFICATE It is certified that the work contend in the dissertation title

PROPOSED SPORTS ACADEMY & TRAINING CENTRE AT GHANSOLI, NAVI MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA by Mr. KARAN IVAN REGO, has been carried out under my guidance and that this work has not been submitted elsewhere for a degree in fulfilment of requirement for Award of Bachelor of Architecture of University of Mumbai.

PROF. ANIL DARSHETKAR (Thesis Guide) November 2016 to April 2017

AR. SWAPNA KHADE (Principal I.C.) Dr. Baliram Hiray College of Architecture, Mumbai

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DECLARATION I hereby declare that this written submission entitled “SPORTS ACADEMY & TRAINING CENTRE AT, GHANSOLI, NAVI MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA” represent my ideas in my own words and has not been taken from the work of others (as from books, articles, essays, dissertations, other media and online); and where others’ ideas or words have been included, I have adequately cited and referenced the original sources. Direct quotations from books, journal articles, internet sources, other texts, or any other source whatsoever are acknowledged and the source cited are identified in the dissertation references. No material other than that cited and listed has been used. I have read and know the meaning of plagiarism and I understand that plagiarism, collusion, and copying are grave and serious offences in the university and accept the consequences should I engage in plagiarism, collusion or copying. I also declare that I have adhered to all principles of academic honesty and integrity and have not misrepresented or fabricated or falsified any idea/data/fact source in my submission. This work, or any part of it, has not been previously submitted by me or any other person for assessment on this or any other course of study.

Signature of the Student:

Name of the Student: KARAN IVAN REGO Exam Roll No: 2012/111 Date: 25.04.2017

Place: MUMBAI

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

I sincerely acknowledge all the resources who helped us in completing MY DESIGN DISSERTATION. I am grateful to my parents for their support & specially my mother for the inspiration to work hard. I would like to thank my guide Prof. Ar. Anil Darshetkar for his experienced guidance which was very helpful in solving the design problem& a new perspective to the method & subject of design. I would like to thanks all my professors from whom I have learnt dierent subjects throughout my course. This project is dedicated to all those who are interested in sports & health, to serve the society in a healthy way. I further acknowledge the eorts and guidance of my projects guide Prof. Ar. Anil Darshetkar who has guided me through design & has given me a new vision to design. I have been very fortunate to come to this college to have Ar. Swapna Khade as our Principal who has given us worldwide knowledge, opened a world view & taught us more than just architecture & design philosophy & gave us an open platform for discussion rather than a conservative rigid institution of learning books. I am grateful to all teachers and guides for giving me inputs on this design project & practical aspects of such projects. I am grateful to all my friends who have been there for my help & support, for helping me to complete my design dissertation. THANK YOU. - Karan Ivan Rego iii


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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction ........................................................................ 1-5 1.1. Background ................................................................................................................. 1 1.2. The Aim ....................................................................................................................... 2 1.3. The Objectives ............................................................................................................. 2 1.4. Need for the Project ...................................................................................................... 2 1.5. Scope of the Project ..................................................................................................... 3 1.6. Limitations of the Project ............................................................................................. 3 1.7. Methodology ................................................................................................................ 4 1.8. Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 5

Chapter 2. Analysis of the Subject....................................................... 6-13 2.1. Sports and its importance ............................................................................................ 6 2.2 Current scenario of sports in India ............................................................................... 7 2.3. Career in Sports and Sports Management in India: ...................................................... 9 2.3.1. Introduction .................................................................................................... 10 2.3.2. Sports Management as a career ....................................................................... 10 2.3.3. Courses and Academical Programmes in Sports ............................................... 11 2.3.4. Top Colleges in India offer study in Sports ....................................................... 12 2.5.5. Eligibility & Admission .................................................................................... 12 2.5.6. Career & Jobs ................................................................................................ 13 2.5.7. Job Profiles ..................................................................................................... 13 2.5.8. Salary ............................................................................................................. 13

Chapter 3. Sports Authority of India ................................................. 14-17 3.1. Introduction .............................................................................................................. 14 3.1.1. Academic Programmes .................................................................................... 14 3.1.2. 3.1.2. Sports Sciences and Sports Medicine ..................................................... 15 3.2. National Coaching Camps ......................................................................................... 16 3.2.1. National Coaching Camps .............................................................................. 16 3.2.2. Long Term Development Plan (LTDP) .............................................................. 17

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Chapter 4. Sports Science and Research ........................................... 18-20 4.1. What is Sports Science? ............................................................................................. 18 4.2. How to go about Studying Sports Sciences in India? .................................................. 19 4.3. What are the colleges in India to pursue a career in Sports Science? ........................... 19 4.4. How much can I make in India? ................................................................................. 20

Chapter 5. Case Studies .................................................................... 21-34 5.1. Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex, Balewadi, Mahalunge, Pune ..................... 21 5.2. Andheri Sports Complex, Mumbai .............................................................................. 30 5.3. Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences Delhi, Delhi, India 32

Chapter 6. The Site ........................................................................... 35-46 6.1. Site Selection Criteria ............................................................................................... 35 6.2. Why proposed site? ................................................................................................... 36 6.3. About the Site ........................................................................................................... 37 6.3. Site Justification ........................................................................................................ 41 6.5. Climate of Ghansoli ................................................................................................... 42 6.6. Ghansoli Development Plan ....................................................................................... 44 6.7. On Site Photos ........................................................................................................... 46

Chapter 7. Development Rules/Regulation & By Laws ....................... 47-49 7.1. Development Rules and Regulations .......................................................................... 47

Chapter 8. Data Collection ................................................................ 50-63 Chapter 9. Area Program ........................................................................ 64 Chapter 10. Design................................................................................. 71

BIBLIOGRAPHY..............................................................................................................vi

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Chapter 1. Introduction 1.1. Background Making sports a part of mainstream education than just extracurricular activities is critical. Crusaders of education in India should work towards setting up Physical Education and Sports Qualification Framework and educational institutes should develop specialized courses and training programmes for fulfilling this demand of experts. Hence there is a need for Connecting the Dot. Not even 2-5% of the people can reach level of excellence in sports and become champions. More than 90% People/ players who are passionate for a career in sports are not skilled and do not have job oriented training available hence don't get the opportunities and leave the sports ecosystem and join other streams. On the other hand sports sector is marred by gap of experts and professionals who then are mostly hired from abroad. It is required to bridge the demand-supply gap that is skill development for sports and allied activities which can be created by giving right direction and orientation to the Sports enthusiasts and keeping them within the ecosystem. However there is an absence of support system in sports i.e. right kind of coaches, academy, event managers, sports goods manufacturers, infrastructure managers and developers, administrators, sports scientist, physiotherapists, sponsorship experts and so on. Hence there is a demand of sports experts from outside India. And on the other hand 78% of the children who join school show some interest and often, good aptitude for one sport or the other than anything else but they don't pursue their passion because of lack of encouragement and lack of career opportunities.

Figure 1-1: Connecting the Dot

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1.2. Aim:  To design a sports academy which will work towards raising the standards of Indian sports by improving the grass root level.  To create an environment including international standards of the game for development of Indian sports.

1.3. The Main Objectives:  To encourage development of Sports and Physical Education in India.  The sports academy should provide both sports facilities and accommodation for sports persons both students and staff.  To increase the participation of sportsperson from our country to compete at national and international events and competitions.  To provide a health environment by practicing sports for school going students by conducting sporting events and annual sports meets in the campus.  Nurturing of the talent of children, youth and athletes from the academy so that they can participate in competitions at various levels and make their futures out of it.  Mass participation of children, youth and athletes in annual sports competitions through a structured competition  Reunite specialists from different fields, such as sports, physical activity, education, health & nutrition, in order to provide the opportunity of multi-disciplinary debates & comprehensive understanding of how physical activity influences human life.

1.4. Need for the Project:  A space needs to be created where the activities of sports are given maximum importance.  Provide career opportunity for kids & budding sportsman.  Lack of infrastructure and training centers in the country, hence needed.  A necessity to keep people mentally & physically fit. As a creative expressions of aggressive emotions.  Sports should also be encouraged amongst the common mass by creating awareness of the benefits of sports. Infrastructure developments in the form of club houses, sports academies and sports complexes should be done for common mass where they can practice a particular sport on daily basis. 2|Page


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1.5. Scope of the Project:  The study aims at development of physical as well as mental attributes of each budding aspirant in the institute.  This will have a huge impact on an individual’s overall personal growth which will impact the countries development.  A proper grass root training for each individual in physical education will help towards a bright future.  This project will increases participation of people from children to adults who are interested to make a career in sports which indeed will be beneficial for the development of sports in this country.  The institute will have its link with strong overseas institutes, which will help good talented aspirants to showcase and improve their abilities on a global/international level.  This study also aims as an urban breather to the working class, which will reduce their stress levels and also develop an interest for sports and other physical development in themselves.  The main scope of this project is to make this academy as a “prototype” which can be used at anywhere else as a standard of how to build a better sports academy in India.  Architectural scope is to learn and understand different architectural features and functions needed by a particular sport or game. E.g. Roofing system, services like lighting, ventilation, lighting, emergency services etc.  Due to specific conditions, the area and space required for different sports will help me understand the use of materials and the type of construction used in such long span structures. E.g. truss system used for long spanned structures, use of space frame and tensile materials, etc.

1.6. Limitations of the Project:  The sports academy will be limited to state level academy due to vast limits can’t take it to international level due to funding issues.

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 The major limitation of the topic will be the number of sports facilities that will be used. As different sports require different environment and space to practice the number of activities will be restricted as per site conditions and area program.  The site area is limited to state level academy.

1.7. Methodology:  Literature Study: 

Conduct literature study to understand the impact of sports and physical education in one’s life.

To study about the present & past condition of sports and physical education in India.

To research about the future of sports and physical education in India.

Finding the design standards employed in comparable typologies.

 Case Study: 

Identification of case studies of various prominent examples in India and abroad.

Conducting live as well as book case studies and tabulating the findings.

Identifying the various functions and their working from the case studies.

 Site Study: 

Conducting site visit to the proposed site.

Collecting data about site in terms of climate, geology, past and current usage, etc.

Collecting data about site surrounding.

Finding about future development in that area.

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1.8. Conclusion: 

The idea is to curb this situation and create a sports facility including a sports academy and sports training center with a goal of training aspiring youth in interested sports and provide them with special amenities, accommodation, facilities, equipment, training etc. that make them better at the particular sport and thus create more jobs as coaches, training instructors, sportspersons, etc.

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There is a major different between a sports complex and a sports academy which I have analyzed during my study. As a sports academy will be more efficiently used for training as well as academical purpose than a sport complex, the site will also be under use 24hrs by students as well as sports trainees.

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The thesis aims to establish an architectural framework for the youth that are interested in sports as a career which would provide them with appropriate infrastructure for formal education in the same and promote its importance at a local, regional, state, national and eventually, a global level.

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Chapter 2. Analysis of the Subject 2.1. Sports and its Importance: The first advantage of sports for people is that they help people be healthy. If we don't practice sports, we will be forced to rust, in other words, decomposition of our body; afterwards, we may have some problems with our body when we even need to small walk. In addition, sports balances’ our body's blood pressure and circulation. According to many researches which have been done by scientists, we can prove the importance of sports for our health because 70 % middle aged people who did not do sports in their youth are now struggling with the problems such as high tension, trouble with blood circulation, easily become tired due to lack of physical activities. The second advantage of sports for people is that they are required for our daily lives and competing at the international area because of enjoyment of sports. They are sometimes magic as they can catch out attention and give us pleasure as much as we need. Sometimes overwhelming life conditions may be unfair and make us unhappy. However, if there is a sport activity when we are unhappy, we will probably be motivated and be refreshed again after the sport activity. This should be the most important benefit of sports because many people do sports for this reason. The practice of sport is a recognized instrument for promoting peace, as it disregards both geographical borders and social classes. Sport is a powerful tool to strengthen social ties and networks, and to promote ideals of peace, fraternity, solidarity, nonsituations can be eased as sport has the ability to bring people together.

Figure 2-1: Various Sports Played in the World

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2.2. Current Scenario of Sports in India: Sports have been one of the most loved activities in India. Almost everyone indulges in some form of sports from hockey, cricket, football, badminton, tennis to golf, swimming and archery. Gone are the days when different sports were mainly played for recreational purpose or to satisfy the fitness demands. The India of today plays with a competitive frame of mind. People have changed with time and opportunities available. Today, parents encourage their children to play games and earn name and fame for themselves. With the growing demand for all the sports, the need to have a athletic body has also gained importance. India prides itself on being a sports crazy nation. Sample this – more than 300 million people tuned in to watch the World Cup Cricket 2015 semi-final between India and Australia. Recent trends suggest that the frenzy is not just limited to cricket. The opening week of India’s seminal football league, ISL 2014 got nearly 170 million viewers, with the opening day garnering 75 million viewers. The Pro Kabaddi League has reportedly garnered even higher numbers. The burgeoning online population means that the consumption spills over to other media, with popular portals getting more. Intuitive logic says that there must be a strong co-relation between interest & participation in sports. If you compare India’s interest and participation numbers with global figures, a very interesting and rather dismal pattern emerges.

Figure 2-2: Chart showing co-relation between interest in sport and participation in organized sport

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The numbers show the co-relation between interest in sport and participation in organised sport. For every other country/region, there are national sports surveys where participation data are easily available. For India, the participation number is mentioned in this KPMG report titled ‘Business of Sports.’ The interest figures for India have been extrapolated from analysis of 100 million Facebook users in India by using the ‘Create Ad’ segmentation tool. With a population of 1.3 billion people, India has no shortage of sporting talent. What Sports in India need are good facilities, investment, trainers/coaches and scouting. Over the past few years, different sports have started coming up and several events have taken place which show that India is now starting to move forward in sports apart from cricket. To take Indian Sports to new heights, the task of governing and promoting them in India have fallen on a number of Indian sports associations. Sports organizations like the Indian Olympic Association and Sports Authority of India are working towards raising the standard of Indian sports through various talent promotion programmes. A host of sports academies and institutes are actively involved in the grooming of Indian sportsmen. Moreover, there are various corporate houses coming to the rescue of sponsors-starved games. India has set up an annual award for companies which promote sports in the nation of more than a billion.

Figure 2-3: Major Sporting Leagues played in India

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2.3. Career in Sports and Sports Management in India: 2.3.1. Introduction: Sports Management as a career In the present scenario, sports industry has emerged as one of the most lucrative options in India as well as outside. Sports industry is so vast than one

could

imagine,

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of

opportunities.

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Industry

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interdisciplinary and can be divided into many segments like Sports Media, Sports Medicine, Sports Team Administration and Sports Management. In this article, we go in detail about sports management as a career. Sports Management include Management and Finance, Organizing leagues etc. as team manager. Sports management is a lucrative career option for sports lovers, especially for those who have an administrative bent of mind and good managerial skills. Sport management involves combination of skills related to planning, organizing, directing, controlling, budgeting, leading, and evaluating a sports event or activity. Sports management basically involves managing a sporting institution or team. This career in sports helps to plan, supervise and organize all sorts of sporting activities on domestic and international levels. Sports management can include any function that keeps a sports team operational and profitable, such as the general care and upkeep of athletes and teams, marketing and event planning.

Figure 2-4: Sports Management: A Career

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Sports managers are generally employed by sportspersons or teams. Sport manager’s sportspeople

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advice

scientific about

training programmes obtaining

sponsors.

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responsibilities of a sports manager will vary depending on the actual title given to the position and the place of employment. Role of sports manager can be called as the all-in-one job of a business, marketing and personal agent. Sport managers are employed in a variety of organizational settings like college sports department, professional sports team, amateur sports, sport marketing and management firms, sport communications and news media firms, corporate sponsorship and advertising firms, sporting goods companies, arenas, stadium, sports federations, community recreation sports programs, agency sports programs by (YMCA, YWCA, JCC), private club sports programs and military sports programs.

Job prospects and career options Advent of various sporting ventures in India along with the media explosion has helped to popularize various sports and as a result the amount of investment in the sports industry has increased. Hence the need for those trained in sport management are more in this era than before. This ensures that sports industry will continue to rank among the largest and most diverse industries in the nation, thereby, sustaining career opportunities for the future. This has made sports management a lucrative career option. Many individual athletes, as well as the teams themselves, hire sports managers to help them handle the business side of playing the game. Career options under sports management are as follows: 1. Sports agent 2. General Manager 3. Athletic Director: 4. Event or Facility Manager

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2.3.2. Courses and Academical Programmes in Sports:

As a sports person, you can get training from various institutions of Sports Authority of India. In India, there are various institutes and academies under the Sports Authority of India (SAI) that impart training to young talents to transform them into talented sports persons. Other than SAI, there are many state levels and private organizations that support sports enthusiasts.

Diploma Course: 

Diploma in Sports Medicine

Diploma in Sports Coaching

Undergraduate Courses: 

B.Sc in Physical Education, Health Education and Sports Sciences

Bachelor of Physical education

Postgraduate Course: 

Master of Physical education

M.Sc in Sports Coaching

Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine

Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Management

MBA in Sports Management

Doctoral Degree Courses: 

Ph.D in Physical Education

M.Phill in Physical Education

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2.3.3. Top Colleges in India offer study in Sports: 

National Institute of Sports, Patiala

Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, New Delhi

Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior

Lakshmibai National College for Physical Education, Thiruvananthapuram

Tata Football Academy, Jamshedpur

National Cricket Academy, Bangalore

Delhi University

National Institute of Sports, Patiala

Indira Gandhi Institute, New Delhi

Figure 2-8: Top Sports colleges in India

2.3.4. Eligibility & Admission 

You have to go after 12th examination and done a graduation degree in Physical Education with a physically fit body and energetic.

You will get admission in UG course after completing 10+2 examination.

If you are interested to do PG courses, then you have to pass your graduation degree.

After MBBS Degree, you can appear for the Diploma course in Sports Medicine.

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2.5.5. Career & Jobs Sports opened up many career opportunities for young talents in India. To become a sports person, having a talent in the chosen sport is very important. Along with talent, Strong determination and perseverance in needed. For every sports person, it is a dream to represent their nation at the international level. You can start your career in school and college level and start play at the State level, Regional level and then explores opportunities at national and international levels. Other than actually being an active sportsman, then other career opportunity are: sport marketing, coaching, athletic administration, sports medicine, sport promotion, sport psychology and so on. Sports person can be employed in private and public sector. The Indian Government and Armed forces also have special recruitment drives for exceptional sporting talent. You can also set up your own business in manufacturing of sports equipment after gaining experience in this field.

2.5.6. Job Profiles: 

Teacher

Biomechanics

Sport psychologist

Sport journalist

Sports Player

Sports Coach & Instructor

Commentator

Sports Photographer

2.5.7. Salary The salary of the sports persons totally depends on the sport game that he has chosen. In the sports field, the number of years of experience is not merely matter, but also the sports person capability to deliver excellent performance consistently. Starting salary of the sports person is approx. Rs. 3 Lac to Rs 5 Lac per year. When you become a star sportsman, you can earn in crores per annum. The salary is also depend on your job profile. 13 | P a g e


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Chapter 3. Sports Authority of India

SAI

3.1. Introduction: The Sports Authority of India (SAI) was created by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India in 1984. It has seven regional centres at Bangalore, Bhopal, Gandhinagar, Kolkata, Sonepat, Delhi, Mumbai and Imphal and two sub-centres at Guwahati and Aurangabad. SAI has two academic wings which provide certificate courses in physical education, sports and sports medicine - Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports (NSNIS), Patiala for coaches and the Lakshmibai National College of Physical Education (LNCPE) at Thiruvananthapuram.

3.1.1. Academic Programmes: SAI has two Academic Wings which provide certificate courses in physical education, sports and sports medicine, namely, Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports (NSNIS), Patiala for coaches and the Lakshmibai National College of Physical Education (LNCPE) at Thiruvananthapuram. NSNIS, Patiala conducts the following programmes:     

Diploma Course in Sports Coaching Masters Course in Sports Coaching Certificate Course in Sports Coaching Post-graduate Diploma Course in Sports Medicine Refresher Courses

LNCPE, Thiruvananthapuram conducts the following courses :   

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3.1.2. Sports Sciences and Sports Medicine:

Sports Science Centre(Human Performance Lab)

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In 1983 - A Department of Sports Science was established at NSNIS, Patiala to impart education in academic courses like Diploma/Masters in Sports Coaching. 1987-90 - Basic sports science back-up started for National Athletes and also SAI schemes for children at various regional centres. Moreover, sports science centres (Human Performance Lab) were set up at 4 regional centres in Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Gandhinagar. Qualified and well experienced sports scientists from the fields of Anthropometry, Physiology, Psychology, Biomechanics, Nutrition and GTMT, doctors,sports physiotherapists and nutritionists constantly endeavour to raise the level of players in competitions. SAI has been in technical collaboration with various reputed Indian and foreign sports science and medical institutes to further strengthen the scientific backup for trainees and to initiate research. 

This is the backbone of SAI which provides support to the National Sports Federations (NSFs) in the preparation of National Teams which participate in various International events. The TEAMS Division coordinates the Long Term Development Plan of each NSF; provides logistics and training support at various academic institutions and other Regional Centres of SAI and also at selected training centres outside SAI. The TEAMS Division draws most of its funding under the Scheme of “Assistance to National Sports Federations” from Sports Ministry. The TEAMS Division also provides support to the NSFs in the hiring of foreign coaches and selection of the national coach for each NSF, who are responsible for the training of core probables for the National teams. With active support from TEAMS Division, good results have been achieved in the international arena in the disciplines of Badminton, Judo, Shooting, Archery, Athletics, Weightlifting, Wrestling, Wushu, Boxing and Billiards & Snooker. Under this Scheme of “Assistance to National Sports Federations”, financial assistance is provided to recognised NSFs for training and participation of teams in international events abroad, organisation of national and international tournaments in India, coaching and training of national teams under Indian and foreign coaches with requisite technical and scientific support, procurement of equipment etc.

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3.2.1. National Coaching Camps In a year, SAI organises a number of national coaching camps in different disciplines in SAI centres and other centres for preparation of Indian teams for various national and international tournaments. S.No.

Venue

Discipline

1.

Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex, Delhi

Archery, Athletics and Paralympic

2.

Indira Gandhi Sports Complex, Delhi

Boxing, Basketball, Cycling and Gymnastics

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Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, Delhi

Hockey

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Dr. Syama Prasad Mookherjee Swimming Pool Complex, Delhi

Swimming

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Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Ranges, Delhi

Shooting

6.

Netaji Subhas National institute of Sports, Patiala

Athletics, Boxing, Hockey, Weightlifting, Judo and Table Tennis

7.

Lakshmibai National College of Physical Education,Thiruvananthapuram

Swimming

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SAI Alleppey, Kerala

Kayaking and Canoeing

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SAI Netaji Subhas Eastern Centre, Kolkata

Archery

10.

Judo, Kabaddi, Kayaking SAI Udhav Das Mehta Central Centre, & Canoeing, Bhopal Volleyball,Wushu and Taekwondo

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SAI Netaji Subhas Regional Centre, Lucknow

SAI CENTRES

Wrestling - Women (Free Style), Judo and Table Tennis

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SAI Netaji Subhas Western Centre, Gandhinagar

Basketball, Football, Kabaddi, Paralympic and Taekwondo

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SAI Netaji Subhas Southern Centre, Bengaluru

Athletics, Hockey, Football, Judo, Kabaddi, Paralympic, Swimming and Volleyball

14.

Ch. Devi Lal Northern Regional Centre, Sonepat

Wrestling - Men (Free & Greco Roman Style) and Paralympic

15.

SAI Aurangabad Western Centre

Basketball

16.

SAI Dharamshala Training Centre, Dharamshala

Athletics

17.

Netaji Subhash High Altitude Training Centre, Shillaroo

Hockey, Weightlifting and Judo

18.

P.T. Usha Academy, Kerala

Athletics

19.

P. Gopichand Badminton Academy, Hyderabad

Badminton

Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, Bengaluru

Badminton

21.

Shotgun Ranges at Patiala

Shooting

22.

A P Rowing Academy, Hussain Sagar Lake, Hyderabad

Rowing

20.

NON-SAI CENTRES

3.2.2. Long Term Development Plan (LTDP) This scheme envisages the preparation of long term development plans by National Sports Federations (NSFs) based on a four year cycle with yearly review. The plans are to cover all aspects of sports including development of sportsperson, coaching, participation, promotion, tournament schedule, hosting of major events and sports sciences, etc. The plans are finalised jointly by Ministry, SAI and respective federations. 17 | P a g e


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Chapter 4. Sports Science and Research 4.1. What is Sports Science? : Sports

science (also sport

science)

is

a

discipline that studies how the healthy human body works during exercise, and how sport and physical activity promote health from cellular to whole body perspectives. The study of sports science traditionally incorporates

areas

of physiology (exercise

physiology), psychology (sport psychology), anatomy, biomechanics, biochemistry and biokinetics. Sports scientists and performance consultants are growing in demand and employment numbers, with the ever-increasing focus within the sporting world on achieving the best results possible. Through the study of science and sport, researchers have developed a greater understanding on how the human body reacts to exercise, training, different environments and many other stimuli.

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4.2. How to go about Studying Sports Sciences in India? The sports science can be studied in some of the selected institutes and universities of India. In your 10+2 level, it is best to have Physics

Chemistry

and

Biology

as

your

subjects as this will keep both the options of pursuing a bachelors in Arts as well as bachelors in Science for the stream of Sports Science. It is a good option to study your masters abroad as it will increase your exposure to the market and help you contemplate the prospects in a global perspective. However there are institutes in India where you can pursue masters with Bachelor's pursued in any subject.

4.3. What are the colleges in India to pursue a career in Sports Science? Some of the colleges where you can study Sports Science in India have been enlisted below. Serial No.

Names of Colleges

Courses offered

1

Institute of Sports Science and Technology

Distance program in Diploma in Sports Sciences Diploma in Sports Management, Diploma in Sports and Exercise Psychology, Certificate course in Sports and Exercise Nutrition, Masters Program in Sports Management.

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Delhi University, Department of Sports Science

Masters in Physical Education, PhD in Physical Education

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University of Mysore

Bachelors in Physical Education, Masters in Physical Education,

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Amity University

Bachelors in Physical Education, P.G. Diploma in Sports Psychology, Masters in Physical Education, M Phil in Physical Education, PhD. In Physical Education.

5

University of Punjab

M. Sc. In Sports Science, M. Phil in Sports Science.

6

School of Allied Health Sciences Manipal University

M. Sc. In exercise and Sports Science.

Certificate courses are usually priced within Rs.10000/- Diploma and bachelor courses are priced within Rs. 25000/- and Masters are Priced within Rs. 35000/-. Most courses are low priced for Indian nationals. Universities that collaborated with foreign Universities can charge as high as Rs.1800000/- for an integrated course in Sports Science.

4.4. How much can I make in India? In India, you cannot afford to move much forward with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Science. The ones with a master's degree can expect a monthly salary of Rs.50000/. Depending upon what other specialization you do, in terms of management, Psychology, life coach and many more, your salary figure can increase further. People working as health experts in established sports fields like Cricket and Badminton in India are expected to draw a good salary figure per month going up to Rs. 200000/-.

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Chapter 5. Case Studies 5.1. LIVE CASE STUDY 1. Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex, Balewadi, Mahalunge, Pune. Architect: Ar. Shashi Prabhu & Associates

5.1.1 Introduction Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex, Balewadi,Mahalunge, Pune is an Indian sports complex, which includes Balewadi,Mahalunge Stadium. The complex is situated in Balewadi,Mahalunge Pune, about 14–15 km from Pune downtown and 4– 5 km from Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Hinjewadi, Pune. This complex was the venue for the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games. The administrative office is open from 10am–5pm on Monday to Saturday except second and fourth Saturdays of calendar month and government holidays. History: This complex was built in 1994 for the National Games 1994, which were hosted by Pune. The 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games were hosted here. In 2008 the World Junior Table Tennis Circuit was successfully held here. The 2009 FIVB Men's Junior World Championship was held here. It was won by Brazil. The city is also the host of FIBA Asia Under-16 Championship for Women 2009.Other games American Football Beginning in fall 2012, the Athletics Stadium will undergo a retrofitting and become the host stadium for the Elite Football League of India and the home arena for the Pune Marathas.Rollball the 2011 Rollball World Cup was held in this games village. This was the first world cup of Rollball. Denmark was the winner of this tournament.

Figure 5-1: Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Stadium, Pune

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Address: National Games Park, Balewadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411045 Capacity: 11,900 Opened: 1995 Owner: Government of India Teams: FC Pune City, Pune F.C., Bharat F.C.

Figure 5-2: Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Stadium, Pune

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5.1.2. About the Site: Facilities: 3.1Stadia 3.1.1Main Stadium 3.1.2Athletics 3.1.3Football 3.1.4International football matches 3.1.5Aquatics Centre 3.1.6Badminton Hall

Figure 5-3: Aquatic Center

3.1.7Basketball 3.1.8Boxing Arena 3.1.9Shooting Range 3.1.10Table Tennis Hall 3.1.11Tennis Court 3.1.12Weightlifting Hall 3.1.13Wrestling Hall 3.1.14Velodrome

Figure 5-4: Badminton Hall

Figure 5-5: Velodrome

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1. Main Stadium The Athletics stadium has a seating capacity of roughly 12,000 people at a time, Flood lights and an 8 lane track.

Figure 5-6: The Stadium

A. Structural System Used A steel structural system is opted for the roofing design of the seating area of the stadium. As steel is ligher in weight and easy to maintain, the construction would have been much faster. Also pre-fabricated steel structures reduce the time of construction and thereby its cost of construction. Steel is strong both in tension and comparsion and hence is used for long span structures. The Steel columns of the main stadium supports the light weight roof via the steel trusses. Such a system lets the load to get uniformly distributed and also provides cloumn free space increasing flexibility as it can be easily extended and can lead to reduced structural weight. The material used for the roof covering is glavonized steel sheets which not only are light in weight but also durable in terms of weather conditions.

Figure 5-7: Steel Structural System used for the seating of the stadium

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B. Details Corrugated metal sheet

Steel Battens

X Bracing

Steel Trusses

Steel stanchion Figure 1-8 : Structural Details

The image above shows the different structural members used for the stadiums seating area. As steel is high in tension and compression and for clear viewing spaces in the seating, steel stanchion are used at particular intervals which supports the huge steel trusses above it which in turns supports the light weight flooring of the stadiums seating area. Steel battens which are holded by the x –bracing provides the basic skeleton of the roof. Metal corrugated sheets is used as the roofing material.

Figure 5-9: steel truss and column detail

Figure 5-10: X bracing with gusset plate connection

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2. Indoor Stadiums -

Badminton Hall

The Badminton hall at Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex has 6 competition courts and 4 warm-up courts, and has a seating capacity of 3800 people at a time. This hall is air condition and has wooden floor. It has changing room for players and sitting & lounges for VIPs. This venue is the home ground of Pune Pistons a franchise in Indian Badminton League (IBL). So far 3 IBL matches have been played on this venue.

Figure 5-11: Badminton Court at Balewadi Stadium.

A. Structural System Used Curved cellular beams are an economical form of roof structure and provide an elegant and functional interior by enabling the avoidance of a ridge. Curved cellular beams are an economical form of roof structure and provide an elegant and functional interior by enabling the avoidance of a ridge. Method of construction:

Figure 5-12: Method of Construction for Cellular Beams

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Figure 5-13: Balewadi Entrance Gate Landscape

Figure 5-15: Athletic Stadium Plan

Figure 5-17: Site Model

Figure 5-14: Athletic Stadium

Figure 5-16: Badminton Hall Plan

Figure 5-18: Hockey Arena

Figure 5-19: Athletic Stadium Panoramic View

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Figure 5-20: Site plan

Figure 5-21: Swimming Arena

Figure 5-22: Indoor Arena – Badminton

Figure 5-23: Diesel Generator

Figure 5-24: HVAC Ducting System

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Inference:

Balewadi is a National level sporting facility of about 150 Acre of land.

No cricket facility is provided in the campus.

There are two batches for training in the campus which are from 6 am to 9 am in the morning & 3 pm to 6pm in the evening. This batch is scheduled as per needs of school students and working people timings so that they can do both things accordingly.

The swimming arena is closed from top only in the seating zone. The pools are open to sky.

All grounds are orientated in N-S Direction.

The main admin building is attached to the athletic stadium.

Parking given as per NBC rule, which is 1 car for 260 seats in a stadium.

Hostel block is placed in a separate zone far away from the sporting facility and is huge in number so that national athletes and staff can stay in the hostel during the selections.

No recreational space provided for the students.

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5.2. LIVE CASE STUDY -2. Andheri Sports Complex The Andheri Sports Complex also known as Shahaji Raje Krida Sankul is a multi-purpose facility located on Veera Desai Road inAndheri West, Mumbai, India. It was built in 1988 at Rs. 30 crore for schools that lacked the necessary infrastructure to hold sports meets.] The complex is used for both national level sports tournaments like squash, boxing, tennis and karate. The sports complex has an olympic size swimming pool and a diving pool with 4 diving levels. In 2016, it was redeveloped to include a modern football stadium in accordance with FIFA guidelines and known as Mumbai Football Arena.

Figure 5-25: Andheri Sports Complex

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Location

Veera Desai Road, Andheri West,Mumbai, 400053 India

Owner

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation

Capacity

20,000

Opened

1988

5-26: Andheri Sports Complex Diving Pool

5-27: Andheri Sports Complex Swimming Pool

5-28: Andheri sports complex stadium

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5.3. NET CASE STUDY - Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences Delhi, Delhi, India Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Science (IGIPESS) is one of the leading institutions of physical education. The institution, is affiliated to the University of Delhi, offers all the categories of teacher training courses in physical education. These courses are at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The University of Delhi was established in 1922, Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Science is a part of the University. . Admissions are granted on the basis of merit. There is no separate test that the candidates have to take for admission into the college, only an application has to be filled out which is available at the college campus itself. Figure 5-29: INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS SCIENCES, NEW DELHI

INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS SCIENCES, NEW DELHI

COURSES OFFERED 1. Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Health Education & Sports: B.Sc. (P.E., H.E. & S.) - Six Semesters {Three Years} Degree Course after 10+2. 2. Bachelor of Physical Education: B.P.Ed. - Two Semesters {One Year} Teacher Training Course after Graduation. 3. Master of Physical Education: M.P.Ed. - Four Semesters {Two years} Degree Course after B.Sc. (P.E., H.E. & SPORTS)/B.P.ED.

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4. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Physical Education (2 to 5 years): Applications for admission to Ph.D. Programme in the Department of Physical Education & Sports Sciences (University of Delhi) are being considered twice in a year i.e. in July and December. For further details, please contact the office of the Head of the Department of Physical Education & Sports Sciences.

CAMPUS FACTS Facilities Multi-Utility Gymnasium: The IGIPESS Multi-Utility Gymnasium also known as 'Human Performance Lab' was inaugurated in 2012 on the same day the college Silver Jubilee Celebrations Calendar was released. The Multi-Utility Gymnasium has a number of exercises to offer. Computer Centre: The Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, has a well-equipped computer Labs. The labs have the connectivity with the Delhi University intranet with access to the internet. The Computer Centre has four computer Labs, two of which are the part of the library. The main computer lab has 70 computers, a printer and a scanner. The rest of the computer labs have about 50 computers. Medical Centre: The IGIPESS Medical Centre provides the basic first aid facilities. A Medical doctor, physiotherapist, nurse and lab assistant are always available during college hours to attend to both students and staff members. The medical centre provides the facilities of weighing machine, blood pressure machine as well as the eyesight check-up equipment’s. The college believes in not only imparting the education to its students but to ensure that every student and the members of its staff are taken care of. ADMISSIONS Admission Eligibility Candidate seeking admission to B.Sc. (P.E., H.E. & Sports) Part-I course must have passed Class XII Examination of t Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, or an examination recognized as equivalent there to with at least 45% marks** in the aggregate, (The aggregate marks will be determined on the basis of the language and three best subjects). Admission will be done on the basis of Written Tests and Interview. Test Needed Admission Based on Cut Offs Other self financial course - Wholistic Personality Development - Yoga Education - Athletics

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Figure 5-30 INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS SCIENCES, NEW DELHI

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Chapter 6. The Site 6.1. Site Selection Criteria The following are the Site selection criteria for my project: 1. As Mumbai grew and expanded in all possible dimensions, it got saturated and needed a supplementary city. Also Mumbai is filled with many sports academies but at an individual level. Hence, site should be located out of Mumbai but closer to its reach so that people can easily transport to the location, hence, Navi Mumbai. 2. Need of the city: Navi Mumbai being a well-planned city lacks sporting facilities. Hence there is a need for a sports academy for the people of Navi Mumbai and other nearby cities. 3. Usefulness: There should be many schools/institution nearby the site, so that they can participate in coaching camps or also for schools which lacks space for physical education can use the site of training or coaching purpose and also can held annual sports meetings or take part in various sports competitions. 4. Climatic condition: The climatic condition of a space can affect the game of a person, hence he needs to practice and train in Specific conditions necessary for the sport. The Climate of Navi Mumbai is Tropical which makes it a standard condition to train a sports person. 5. Accessibility: The site should be easily accessible of all people from various places of India/world. The New International Airport at Navi Mumbai will easy the traffic of people from out states to reach the site. Also the New metro project and Highway projects are in progress of work. 6. Development Plan: Previously CIDCO had proposed the development plan of Navi Mumbai which clear showed the lack of sporting & recreational zones which they rechecked and corrected in their new development plan. Sector 13 & 12 of Ghansoli Node of Navi Mumbai are been declared as sports complex sites by CIDCO to NNMC & GMO respectively.

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6.2. Why proposed site? There is not a single sports complex in Ghansoli and people travel to Vashi and Khargar for sports activity. The site is situated at Ghansoli which is one of the node Navi Mumbai, and accessed by the main road (Gagangiri Maharaj Marg road). The site is situated at conner of Ghansoli one side faces large mangroves.

Site

Figure 6-1: site location map

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6.3. About the Site: The site falls in the Ghansoli node of Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra. Ghansoli is divide into various sectors from which the site lies in Sector 13 zone. The approx. measured area of the site is about 15.3Ha or 1, 53, 00 sq.mt. 0r 37.80 acres. The site is about 4.5kms or 11kms by a vehicle from Ghansoli Railway Station. One can reach Ghansoli from Mumbai via Eastern Express Highway/ Mumbai Agra National Highway or via Mumbai – Pune/Bangalore Highway or Sion – Panvel Highway. The site is a huge barren empty land which is specified as a sports complex site for NMMC (Navi Mumbai Municipal Cooperation) as per Development plan given by CIDCO. The site is covered by roads on all side. The main road is about 15 mts. wide which is on the east and south side(30 wide including both sides). A unfinished road of 9 mts. wide runs on the northern and eastern side of the site. Footpath was 3mts. wide. The site has a tropical climatic condition and receives significant rainfall in most months of the year. Site surroundings include residential complex of about 20 floors and more along with a bus depo adjacent to the site. The upper part of site is covered by mangroves and falls under CRZ II zone. Upcoming projects includes residential building and schools nearby the plot.

Figure 6-2: Google Map Location of the site

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Figure 6-3: Approx. Area of the site

Figure 6-4: palm Beach Ghansoli Extension

Figure 6-5: Distance between site and Ghansoli station

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Figure 6-6: Accessibility between Mumbai and Ghansoli

Figure 6-7: Nearby Sporting Venues

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Figure 6-8: Nearby schools

As there are many schools nearby the site which also lacks basic playing areas due to the lack of area they have, can come and held their annual sporting events in the academy. Also noticed the locality near the site lacks garden and recreational areas and also there are many housing projects adjacent to the site, hence, stating that people nearby can come and use the academy in order to rejuvenate one’s self and also take part in various physical development activities like jogging, yoga, etc. As shown in Fig 8-10. there are very few sports venues nearby the site and the ones which are there are not up to the mark, hence a good quality sporting & recreational space is needed by the people of Navi Mumbai in order to physically fit and grow as proper athletes who can make the country proud by his/her sporting talents.

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6.4. Site Justification: NMMC to develop Rs 600cr sports centre in Ghansoli Navi Mumbai: If things go as planned, the city will house a first-of-its-kind Regional Sports Centre (RSC) in the entire Konkan Division. The civic body will be developing this multi-purpose sports centre on 36 acres of land at plot no 1 in sector 13, Ghansoli, which has been reserved by Cidco for sports facilities. Plans for the sports centre include facilities such as a hockey stadium, synthetic track, Olympic-sized swimming pool, indoor stadium, kabaddi and kho kho stadium, an International Sports Academy and a gigantic parking lot. The project cost is pegged at Rs 600 crore and a renowned architect will design the master plan. In a recent board meeting, Cidco agreed to handover the plot to NMMC for developing the sports centre. The state government has been in favour of creating a regional sports centre for Konkan region for long time. But the concept took shape only after Tukaram Mundhe put up the matter in the Cidco board meeting on November 24 and got the land approved. "The major hurdle of procuring the land has been cleared after a six-year-long struggle," said Mundhe. Mohan Ninawe, senior PRO, Cidco added that the file work for the land will start once the confirmation is done in the upcoming board meeting.

According to sources, cost of the land is Rs 23 crore and there are various state government schemes for construction cost apart from the civic body's contribution.

The regional sports centre is a step up from NMMC's earlier proposal of a sports complex, which would have benefitted only Navi Mumbai. Cidco had terminated the previous allotment of land due to some disputes and NMMC forfeited its earnest money deposit (EMD) of Rs 1.55 crore.

Additional commissioner Ankush Chavan said that Cidco has agreed to adjust the forfeited EMD paid earlier. "We will make payment in two installments. We will allocate funds in phases for construction in the coming budgets," he added. The proposed RSC will be eight times bigger than Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Belapur.

B B Nayak| TNN | Nov 28, 2016, 12.15 AM IST

An article by times of India

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6.5. Climate of Ghansoli: This city has a tropical climate. There is significant rainfall in most months of the year. The short dry season has little effect on the overall climate. The climate here is classified as Am by the KÜppen-Geiger system. The average annual temperature in Ghansoli is 27.0 °C. About 2760 mm of precipitation falls annually.

Figure 6-9: Chart for rainfall of Ghansoli

The least amount of rainfall occurs in January. The average in this month is 0 mm. With an average of 1034 mm, the most precipitation falls in July.

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Figure 6-10: Temperature Graph of Ghansoli

The temperatures are highest on average in May, at around 30.1 °C. January has the lowest average temperature of the year. It is 23.4 °C.

Figure 6-11: CLIMATE TABLE /HISTORICAL WEATHER DATA: GHANSOLI

The variation in the precipitation between the driest and wettest months is 1034 mm. During the year, the average temperatures vary by 6.7 °C. Useful hints about reading the climate table: For every month, you will find data about precipitation (mm), average, maximum and minimum temperature (degrees Celcius and Fahrenheit). Meaning of the first line: (1) January, (2) February, (3) March, (4) April, (5) May, (6) June, (7) July, (8) August, (9) September, (10) October, (11) November, (12)December.

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6.5. Ghansoli Development Plan

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6.6. On Site Photos:

Figure 6-12: Adjacent Road to Site

Figure 6-14: The Site

Figure 6-16: Residential Towers adjacent to site

Figure 6-13: Adjacent 12 mt wide Road to Site

Figure 6-15: The Site

Figure 6-17: Residential Towers adjacent to site

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Figure 6-18: Adjacent 12 mts wide Road to site

Figure 6-19: Adjacent 12 mts wide Road to site

Figure 6-20: Adjacent 12 mts wide Road to site

Figure 6-21: Ghansoli Bus Depo

Figure 6-22: Ghansoli Agar (bus stop)

Figure 6-23: The Site

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Chapter 7. Rules/ Regulations & By laws 7.1. Development Rules and Regulations:

1. Front Open Spaces The following regulations shall apply to buildings of all land uses except Industrial Land Use. a. The front, side and rear open spaces shall not be less than 3 M. in width where the height of building does not exceed 10 M. b. For height of building above 10 M and upto 24 M, in addition to the minimum width of the open spaces required for the height of 10 M, there should be an increase in the width of the minimum open spaces at the rate of 1 M per every 3 M or fraction thereof, for height above 10 M. c. For heights of buildings above 24 M and upto 30 M the minimum width of the open space shall be 10 M. 118 d. For heights of buildings above 30 M in addition to the minimum width of the open space required for heights upto 30 M. There shall be an increase in the width of the open space at the rate of I M per every 5 M or fraction thereof. For heights above 30 M., the width of the open space need not exceed 16 M. 2. FSI Permissible – 1.00 3. Parking  Car 2.5 m x 5.0 m  Scooter 2.5 m x 1.2 m  Bi cycle 2.0 m x 0.7 m  Truck 3.75 m x 10.0 m. Parking Rule: by CIDCO – 1 CAR FOR 150 SEATS By NBC – 1 car for 260 seats Stadia & clubs (included under assembly occupancy) One parking space for every 75 seats plus additional parking as in the Regulations for occupancies like those of restaurants, etc. with such stadia or clubs. Educational One parking space for 35 sq.mt of builtup area of the administrative office area staff room, canteen, pantry, public service area in all other schools except bus parking area at this rate of one parking space for 100 students. In addition to the 10% area for two wheelers shall be provided.

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Storage One parking space for every 100 sq.mt. thereof to a minimum of two spaces Restaurant One parking space for every 12.5 sq.mt. of built up area of restaurant including hall, dining room, pantry and bar. Additional Parking Spaces In addition to the above 10% of total parking spaces shall be provided for visitors parking and 10% for two wheelers parking. Further incase of plots exceeding 1000 sq. m. in area for all land uses except industrial and storage land use, suitable lay-bye [as shown in appendix No. II (A), (B) & III (A), (B) & (C)] shall be carved out for visitors parking in the front area within the plot by means of compound wall. In addition to the above , loading and unloading spaces shall be provided for mercantile, industrial and storage land uses as one space for every 100 sq.mt of floor area or part thereof upto 500 sq.mt and one for every 500 sq.mt or part thereof thereafter. The loading space shall be 3.75 m x 10.0 m. 4. LIFTS – Wherever lift is required as per bye-laws, provision of at least one lift shall be made for the wheel chair user with the following cage dimensions. Clear internal depth: 1 100 mm Clear internal width : 2000 mm. Entrance door width : 900 mm. 5. TOILETS – One special W.C in a set of toilet shall be provided for the use of handicapped with essential provision of wash basin near the entrance for the handicapped. a) The minimum size shall be 1500 x 1750 mm. 126 b) Minimum clear opening of the door shall be 900 mm and the door shall swing out. c) Suitable arrangement of vertical/horizontal handrails with 50-mm. clearances from wall shall be made in the toilet. d) The W.C. seat shall be 500 mm from the floor. 6. Recreational Open Space – The proportion of recreational open spaces to the net residential area in the layout shall be 10 percent. PROVIDED that the proportion of such open spaces together with areas under school and playgrounds, where provided, shall be 8.5 per cent of the total gross area of the project. However, the percentage shall not be less than 9.5 per cent exclusive of the areas of roads (11 mtr and above) and other facilities such as schools, hospitals, markets, etc. 48 | P a g e


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7. Civil Aviation – The height restriction for my site is 135 M as specified by Airport Authority of India. CCZM_MUMBAI_NAVI_MUMBAI_140715

Figure 7-1: CCZM Map

Figure 9-4: Legend of CCZM Map

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Chapter 8. Data Collection 8.1. Football 11 A-SIDE FOOTBALL PITCH MEASUREMENTS The international football association FIFA has official dimensions for 11 a-side football pitches (full size) and 5 a-side pitches. 11-A-Side Football. For full size 11 aside pitches, FIFA defines minimum dimensions of 45m x 90m and max dimensions of 90m x 120m.

Figure 8-1: 11 a-side football pitch

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Figure 8-2: Football Goal Dimensions

Figure 8-3: Football corner Area

6, 7, 8 AND 9 A-SIDE FOOTBALL PITCH MEASUREMENTS Regarding other football pitch sizes, FIFA has not published any official dimensions. Basically these pitches are constructed using proportionate sizes to enable a comfortable game for players. Generally speaking these would be the measurements we recommend: Type of football pitch

Minimum dimensions

Maximum dimensions

6 a-side

20m x 40m

25m x 45m

7 a-side

25m x 45m

30m x 50m

8 a-side

30m x 50m

40mx 60m

9 a-side

40m x 60m

50m x 80m

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8.2. Athletics

Figure 8-6: Athletics Track and Field Events

Figure 8-7: Athletic field Dimension

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8.3. Multipurpose Ground Standard competition layout This diagram below the layout recommended by the IAAF as Standard Competition Area. The field events are evenly distributed over the arena to avoid congestion and to satisfy the needs of the spectators. This layout avoids undue disruption of events by ceremonies and counterbalances the concentration of interest in the finish area.

Figure 8-8: Athletic & Football field together

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8.4. Tennis The court is 78 feet (23.77 metres) long. Its width is 27 feet (8.23 metres) for singles matches and 36 feet (10.97 metres) for doubles matches. The service line is 21 feet (6.40 metres) from the net.

Figure 8-9: Tennis court dimension

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8.5. Badminton The overall dimensions of a badminton court is 20 feet by 44 feet. The lines along these measurements mark the sidelines for doubles play and long service lines for singles play. The net line marks the middle of the court where the net is placed, creating a 22 feet by 20 feet area on each side of the net.

Figure 8-10: Badminton court dimension

Figure 8-11: Badminton court height requirements

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8.6. Basketball Basketball courts come in different sizes and colors. In the NBA, the court is 94 by 50 feet (29 by 15 m). Under International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules, the court is minutely smaller, measuring exactly 28 by 15 metres (92 by 49 ft). A high school court is slightly smaller, at 84 by 50 feet (26 by 15 m). In amateur basketball, court sizes vary widely. The baskets are always 10 feet (3.0 m) above the floor (except possibly in youth competition). Basketball courts have a three-point arc at both baskets. A basket made from behind this arc is worth three points; a basket made from within this line, or with a player's foot touching the line, is worth 2 points. The free-throw line, where one stands while taking a foul shot, is located within the three-point arc. A foul shot is worth 1 point, but if a shot is made from the foul line while in play it is still worth 2 points.

Figure 8-12: Basketball Court Dimensions

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8.7. Fitness Room/Gym

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8.8. Swimming Arena An Olympic-size swimming pool is the type of swimming pool used in the Olympic Games, where the race course is 50 metres (164.0 ft) in length. This is typically referred to as "long course", distinguishing it from "short course" which applies to competitions in pools that are 25 metres (82.0 ft) in length.

Figure 8-13: Swimming Pool Dimensions

Figure 8-14: Diving podium Heights

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8.9. Indoor Courts 8.9.1. Squash Those squash court specifications are designed to ensure that equal playing conditions are provided for tournaments around the world. These squash court specifications clearly outline the size of the court(9,75m in length, 6,4m in width and 5,64m in height, measured from the top of the parquet floor).

Figure 8-15: Squash Court Dimensions

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8.9.2. Table Tennis The table is 2.74 m (9.0 ft) long, 1.525 m (5.0 ft) wide, and 76 cm (2.5 ft) high with any continuous material so long as the table yields a uniform bounce of about 23 cm (9.1 in) when a standard ball is dropped onto it from a height of 30 cm (11.8 in), or about 77%.

Figure 8-16: Table Tennis Court Dimensions

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Chapter 9. Area Program DESCRIPTION

NO. OF

TOTAL N0.

AREA PER UNIT

USERS

OF UNITS

(Sq.mt.)

AREA (Sq.mt.)

ACADEMY BLOCK ENTRANCE LOBBY & RECEPTION AREA

150

1

300

300

ADMIN DEPARTMENT REGIONAL SPORTS OFFICER

1

45

45

ADMIN HEAD OFFICE

1

45

45

RECORD ROOM

1

50

50

ACCOUNTS ROOM

1

75

75

STORE

1

20

20

DIRECTOR OFFICE

1

45

45

HOD OFFICE

1

45

45

7.5

MALE STAFF ROOM

20

FEMALE STAFF ROOM

20

VISITING MALE STAFF

1

75

75

VISITING FEMALE STAFF

1

75

75

1

100

100

CONFERENCE ROOM

25

(per person) 7.5 (per person)

150

150

CANTEEN CLOSED

36

1

90

90

SEMI OPEN

100

1

250

250

TERRACE

120

1

300

300

KITCHEN

2

60

120

STORE

2

20

40

GENTS TOILET

2

15

30

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

SEMINAR HALL WAITING AREA & RECEPTION

200

1

400

400

SEMINAR HALL

100

2

180

360

GUEST WAITING ZONES

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VIP LOUNGE

1

45

45

REFREE ROOM

1

75

75

COACHES ROOM

1

75

75

PHYSIO ROOM

1

75

75

60

8

150

1200

180

1

200

200

72

1

200

200

CLASSROOM LIBRARY COMPUTER LAB

ACADEMY TOILETS GENTS TOILET

8

20

160

LADIES TOILET

8

20

160

250

1

500

500

RECEPTION & WAITING AREA (GF)

20

1

60

60

RECEPTION & WAITING AREA

25

1

100

100

SPORTS LAB 1

1

400

400

SPORTS LAB 2

1

350

350

SPORTS LAB 3

1

300

300

STAFF ROOM

1

50

50

GENTS TOILET

5

25

125

LADIES TOILET

5

25

125

EXHIBITION HALL

SWIMMING ARENA 8 LANE OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL

1

50 X 25 M

1250

PRACTICE / WARM UP POOL

1

25 X 18 M

450

1

1350

1350

DIVING POOL

1

23 X 18 M

414

GENTS CHANGING ROOM

2

20

40

LADIES CHANGING ROOM

2

20

40

GENTS TOILET

2

20

40

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

OPEN SHOWER AREA

1

20

20

STAND

1650 (APPROX)

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ADMINISTRATION BLOCK RECEPTION & WAITING AREA

75

1

150

150

SEMINAR HALL

60

1

120

120

VIP & SELECTION LOUNGE

1

145

145

STAFF AREA

1

145

145

GENTS TOILET

11

20

220

LADIES TOILET

11

20

220

1

700

700

1

160

160

MEDICAL OPD

1

35

35

GENERAL OPD

1

35

35

SURGICAL OPD

1

35

35

ORTHOPEDIC OPD

1

35

35

PHYSIOLOGIST

1

35

35

DIETICIAN

1

35

35

NUTRITIONIST

1

35

35

PHYSICIAN

1

35

35

CASUALTY

1

80

80

DOCTOR ROOM WITH SCRUB ROOM

1

40

40

MINOR OT

1

70

70

PRE OPERATION

1

30

30

UTILITY

1

15

15

X RAY ROOM

1

60

60

MRI & CT SCAN

1

50

50

LADIES FITNESS CENTRE (GF)

1

180

180

LADIES FITNESS CENTRE (FF)

1

60

60

LADIES CHANGING ROOM

1

25

25

LADIES TOILET

1

25

25

GENTS FITNESS CENTRE (GF)

1

180

180

SNACKS & WAITING AREA FOR STAND

SPORTS SCIENCE CENTRE ENTRANCE LOBBY+ RECEPTION

80

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GENTS FITNESS CENTRE (FF)

1

60

60

GENTS CHANGING ROOM

1

25

25

GENTS TOILET

1

25

25

DOPING CONTROL ROOM

1

80

80

SPORTS LAB

1

70

70

SPORTS THERAPY ROOM(SAUNA, SPA, ICE BATH)

1

25

25

BIO MECHNICAL LAB

1

60

60

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

1

35

35

GENTS TOILET

2

20

40

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

FOOTBALL & ATHLETICS STADIA

ATHLETICS ARENA (8 LANE TRACK)

16,740

400m synthetic track

1

long jump/triple jump high jump/pole vault discuss throw/shot pit/javelin throw FOOTBALL FIELD

1

105 x 68 M

105 x 68 M

PRACTICE GROUNDS

3

45 X 25

45 X 25

4

1750

7000

GENTS TOILET

2

20

40

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

1

200

200

TEAM CHANGING ROOM 1

1

50

50

TEAM SHOWER ROOM

1

10

10

TOILETS

1

10

10

TEAM CHANGING ROOM 2

1

50

50

TEAM SHOWER ROOM

1

10

10

TOILETS

1

10

10

SITING STAND

2000 PEOPLE PER STANDAPPROX

ADMINISTRATION BLOCK ENTRANCE LOBBY+ RECEPTION

40

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VIP WAITING AREA

1

200

200

OPEN WAITING AREA

1

250

250

GENTS TOILET

2

20

40

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

1

91.4 x 55 M

91.4 x 55 M

2

870

1740

GENTS TOILET

2

20

40

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

1

120

120

TEAM CHANGING ROOM 1

1

50

50

TEAM SHOWER ROOM

1

10

10

TOILETS

1

10

10

TEAM CHANGING ROOM 2

1

50

50

TEAM SHOWER ROOM

1

10

10

TOILETS

1

10

10

VIP WAITING AREA

1

200

200

OPEN WAITING AREA

1

250

250

GENTS TOILET

2

20

40

LADIES TOILET

2

20

40

HOCKEY ARENA HOCKEY FIELD 1100 PEOPLE PER STANDAPPROX

SITING STAND

ADMINISTRATION BLOCK ENTRANCE LOBBY+ RECEPTION

25

INDOOR SPORTS 1 (BADMINTON , TT, SKATING HALL & BOARD GAMES )A167A167:E200 RECEPTION & WAITING AREA WAITING AREA 1 FOR PLAYERS WAITING AREA 2 FOR PLAYERS FAMILY BADMINTON ARENA (BADMINTON COURT

60

1

300

300

50

1

50

1

250

250

1250

1

31.5 X 52 M

1638

250

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13.4 X 6.1 M EACH) TABLE TENNIS HALL

1

14.5 X 15 M

220 APPROX

SKATING HALL

1

11.7 X 14.7

170 APPROX

BOARD GAMES

1

11.7 X 12.7

150 APPROX

ADMIN DEPT.

1

11.7 X 14.3

170 APPROX

GENTS TOILET

3

20

60

LADIES TOILET

3

20

60

STORE ROOM

2

30

60

INDOOR SPORTS 2 (BASKET BALL, KABBADI, SQUASH, GYMNASTICS & BOXING HALL )

RECEPTION & WAITING AREA

60

1

50

1

50

1

250

250

1250

1

31.5 X 52 M

1638

SQUASH

1

14.5 X 15 M

220 APPROX

GYMNASTICS HALL

1

11.7 X 14.7

170 APPROX

BOXING HALL

1

11.7 X 12.7

150 APPROX

ADMIN DEPT.

1

11.7 X 14.3

170 APPROX

GENTS TOILET

3

20

60

LADIES TOILET

3

20

60

STORE ROOM

2

30

60

WAITING AREA 1 FOR PLAYERS WAITING AREA 2 FOR PLAYERS FAMILY BASKET BALL & KABADDI ARENA

300

300

250

BOYS HOSTEL BLOCK TRIPLE SHARING ROOM

96

32

20

640

TWIN SHARING ROOM

20

10

20

200

WARDEN ROOM

1

20

20

COMMON TOILET

2

20

40

LAUNDRY

2

45

90

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DINING AREA DINING HALL

100

1

125

125

KITCHEN

1

40

40

MANAGER ROOM

1

10

10

STORE

1

10

10

GIRLS HOSTEL BLOCK TRIPLE SHARING ROOM

96

32

20

640

TWIN SHARING ROOM

20

10

20

200

WARDEN ROOM

1

20

20

COMMON TOILET

2

20

40

LAUNDRY

2

45

90

1

125

125

KITCHEN

1

40

40

MANAGER ROOM

1

10

10

STORE

1

10

10

DINING AREA DINING HALL

100

MISCELLANEOUS OUTDOOR BASKETBALL COURT

3

25 X 15 M

3 X 25 X 15 M

OUTDOOR LAWN TENNIS COURT

2

10.97 X 23.7

2 X 10.97 X 23.7

SPORTS SHOPS

3

50

150

OUTDOOR SNACK BAR

1

200

200

450 CARS

450 CARS

2.5 X 5.5 M

5 BUS

5 BUS

3.5 X 7.5 M

PARKING

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Chapter 10. Design

Figure 10- 1: Site plan

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Figure 10- 2: Site Views

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Final DD(Thesis) book by Karan Rego.

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