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  • 1. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY CONDUCT OF GAMES OC has the responsibility to successfully deliver the Games. Activities are organized: Accommodation Accreditation Catering Ceremonies Cleaning & Waste Management Finance Legacy Legal Publicity Image & Look Medical & Doping Control Office Administration Press Operations Protocol & CGF Relations Queen's Baton Relay Security Spectator Services Sports Sustainability & Environment Ticketing Transportation Venue Development & Operations Volunteers Programme Broadcasting Merchandising & Licensing City Operations Procurement Games Village Development & Operations Risk Management Logistics Sponsorship Technology T.V. Rights Workforce and Other Items Page | 2
  • 2. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY SECURITY ARRANGEMENT  Empowered Security Committee headed by The Home Secretary and Commonwealth Games Security Review Committee headed by Addl. Secy. (Home) have been constituted.  Lieutenant Governor of Delhi overall responsible for Law, Order and Security.  Integrated Security plan being drawn up by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). - Venue Security Plan for all Competition and Non Competition Venues including Games Village, Organizing Committee Headquarters, International Broadcasting Centre, Main Press Centre, Main Accreditation Centre, Games Family Hotel, Logistics Centers etc. - Transport Security Plan to cover security during movement of Athletes, Games Family, VIP’s and spectators including ‘Park and Rides’, Metro etc. - Venue Emergency Management Plans and Disaster Recovery Plan. - Fully integrated Venue Surveillance System. - Special Security Plan for Ceremonies (Opening and Closing). - Airspace Surveillance and Protection Plan. - Airport Security Plan. - Intelligence Networking and Communication. - Secure Security Communications System.  Planning Office headed by a Joint Commissioner  8213 new posts of police personnel sanctioned  Rs. 172 Crore sanctioned to strengthen the security arrangements  2 new police districts have been created  Training arranged for police personnel, taxi, bus and auto drivers etc  Extensive plan to install integrated CCTV System, Access Control etc. at all Competition and Non- Competition Venues Balance between SECURIITY and CONVENIIENCE SECUR TY CONVEN ENCE Page | 3
  • 3. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY MEDICAL AND HEALTH FACILITIES  Ministry of Health and GNCTD have drawn up the medical facilities plan.  Fully equipped polyclinic at the Games Village and functional basic medical centre at each Venue: Venues to be linked to tertiary care hospitals.  The hospitals in the city would provide the best health care incase of any eventuality. Equipped with state of the art equipment and some of the best doctors in the world the health services would be able to cater to the large influx of visitors with efficiency and ease.  Sports Medicine and Injury centre at Safdarjung Hospital complex at the cost of Rs. 70.72 Crore  90 Centralized Accident and Trauma Services (CATS) and 50 Advanced Life Supports (ALS) ambulances being procured.  Training of medical personnel in basic emergency procedures and disaster management  Another feature would be for transportation of affected people during a crisis. This would be achieved by a special Advance Life Support Ambulances, which would be available on call. Page | 4
  • 4. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION  GNCTD is finalizing the Transport Plan.  It integrates the circulation and movement plans at various stadia for athletes, Games Family, VIPs and spectators with the transportation arrangements to the Games Village and other destination.  Two new lines of Metro being constructed - Airport to new Delhi Station - Central Secretariat to Badarpur  DTC has already procured 625 low Floor Busses out of which 25 are Air Conditioned. This fleet will further be strengthened by 2500 more Busses. Out of these 1000 will be A/c.  574 A/C busses will be for Athletes (20 out of 574 busses will be for Wheel Chairs).  The Transport System of the city will be augmented by a High Capacity Bus Rapid Transit System. 7 Corridors covering 115 Km. are going to be developed.  For pedestrian safety more than 30 Foot Overbridges, Subways and 18 Rail Level Crossings will also be constructed.  Air, Rail transport systems are being revamped. Hazrat Nizzamudin railway station is being redesigned, with additions and alterations to accommodate the visiting tourists traveling to the various destinations across India.  Delhi’s first Heliport at Rohini and an auxiliary Heliport at the Games Village  Secure Tetra Communication System being installed in the city.  Street Lighting and Signage will be radically improved throughout the city. 54 lux illumination will be expanded to 320 Km. of roads. Page | 5
  • 5. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY UPGRADATION OF MONUMENTS  Archeological Survey of India (ASI) is restoring 46 monuments in Delhi.  Rs. 25 Crore has been approved for this Project.  ASI has been advised to take up monuments which are along the routes of sportsperson and the visitors.  Delhi has also cleaned and rejuvenated its own Heritage structures, and some of them are already hosting big events. Delhi, with its Qutab Minar, Red Fort and innumerable other Historical monuments, stands resplendent for the Tourists and Athletes of the Common Wealth Games. Various monuments have been lit up, to provide a unique experience to the visitors. Page | 6
  • 6. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY CEREMONIES AND CULTURAL EVENTS  Opening and Closing Ceremonies and other Cultural Events.  These will showcase India’s great civilization, its history, cultural diversity, varied art forms, music and dance.  Rs 115 Crore have been proposed for these ceremonies. Figure 1 : CWG Cultural Programme Logo  A committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of eminent creative personalities in the field of art, music, culture, event management members developing Concept and Theme for these ceremonies.  GNCTD has drawn up plans for cultural programmes in Delhi during the Games’ period. Page | 7
  • 7. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY LEGACY PLANNING OF THE VENUES  International standard facilities will be created for the Games.  Venues have been designed in a manner that will facilitate their use for multiple purposes which can also generate revenue.  For upkeep and maintenance of Stadia a revenue generation mechanism is being developed.  PPP model for stadia of Sports Authority of India (SAI) under progress.  Games Village Legacy Plan – Residential Flat will be made available to public by the private Developer and DDA.  Sports Stadia of DDA will be run on Commercial/ Club pattern as a part of their other Sports Infrastructure. Page | 8
  • 8. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY PREPARATION OF INDIAN TEAM  Special Scheme approved to maximize India’s medal tally.  Core probables for each sport’s discipline selected for intensive training and coaching.  35 top level Foreign and 250 Indian Coaches engaged for the Core Probables.  Foreign Exposures both Training and Competitions being organized on a regular basis.  International and Prize Money tournaments being organized in India such as World Badminton Championship, World Cup Shooting, Hockey World Cup etc.  Total Scientific and Medical backup and support being provided to the elite athletes.  Expenditure of Rs. 678 Crore in three years to prepare the team.  Out of this 375 Crore for training and foreign exposure.  85 Crore for upgadation of the SAI infrastructure.  218 Crore for sports science back up. Page | 9
  • 9. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY VOLUNTEERS PROGRAM More than 25,000 trained volunteers drawn from the National Service Scheme, NCC1, Universities and Colleges would act as guides to the sports persons, spectators and tourists alike during their various sojourns in the city. Figure 2 : CWG Volunteer Programme India's youth will epitomize the nation’s culture, traditions and hospitality. This would also provide an opportunity for the youth to acquire international exposure. This will also provide a legacy value for the civic sense quotient of the city. The current operational headquarter of the Volunteers Program is: Organising Committee Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi, New Delhi City Centre – Tower II, Opposite Jantar Mantar, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi - 110 001 1 National Cadet Corps Page | 10
  • 10. Ministry Of Youth Affairs And Sports Commonwealth Games, 2010 DELHI GETS READY WEB BASED MONITORING SYSTEM  Web based monitoring system for on line monitoring of the infrastructure and other projects has been set up by MoYAS.  Progress of all Projects is being monitored online by Organizing Committee, Venue Owning Agencies and Senior levels of Government.  Infrastructure Monitoring committees setup of the level of Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and OC.  Progress being reviewed on a regular basis by Group of Ministers(GOM) and Committees of Secretaries(COS). For further details contact: Shri Rahul Bhatnagar, Joint Secretary Page | 11 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (International Sports Division) Pragati Vihar Hostel, Block – A, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003 Telefax : +91 11 24368243 e-mail : rahul.bhatnagar@nic.in