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  1. SportsAcademyAssociation of India 2023
  2. खेलेगा इंडिया Iखलेगा इंडिया © The21st CenturySportsEducation
  3. SP AAINDIA Sports Academy Association of India (SPAA) is architect for developing Sports Education in India. T eam SP AA has developed an updated course curriculum in UG and PG program in Sports Management in India. SP AA has been established in 2015 as an independent association of people involved or interested in the management of sport in the broadest sense. SP AA membership comprises of academics and professionals from public, voluntary andcommercial sectors
  4. We have developed sports management courses and shared educational exchanges of sport management teaching techniques with universities and sports goodsmanufacturer for employment. Promote and encourage study, scientific research and scholarly writing on sport management. Facilitate and develop exchange of information and dissemination of best practice, work with member organizations to support sport management associations and organizations. Develop sport management by acting as the academy Associate. Co-operate with other international bodies with shared goals andencouragetheconveningofNationalandinternationalconferences. Facilitate the exchange of practical and scientific experiences in the field of Sports Management extend the teachings and activities of SPAA, at all places throughout INDIA and rest of the world. Stimulate the interest of Members to improve their ability andwillingnesstolearn moreonsportmanagement. SPAAINDIA THE OBJECTIVE OF SPAA INDIA IS TO
  5. SP AA will support /organize sports T ournaments, Events, Leagues with the young sportsplayersofIndiathroughsportsmanagementeducationawarenessprograms. Develop memberships from Sports goods manufacturing Industries ,Sports Academy, Students , Professionals , Coaches , Schools etc on National and International level , create employableopportunitiesforthestudents ofSportsManagement. SP AAwill issue an original "Certificate of Completion" to all the enrolled graduate and post graduatestudentsof SportsManagement. SP AA will organizes National and International Awards ceremony, ( Sports Persons Awards & Achievement called annual event of SP AA India ) distribute Certificate of Completion to best T eachers , best Students and many more promotional activities to developsportseducationandemployableopportunityforyounggunsofIndia. SPAAINDIA Publish journals, newsletters, magazines and other reference material in print, electronic or other forms of media, Maintain and develop databases, websites and otherinformativematerialanddataonSportManagement.
  6. ExecutiveSummaryandEducationIndustry Insights
  7. EXECUTIVESUMMARY  28.25 of India’s population in the age group of 0-14 years, India’s education sector provides great growth opportunity.  According to Union Budget 2020-21, the Government allocated Rs. 59,845 crore (US$ 8.56 billion) for Department of School Education and Literacy.  IndIa has also become the second largest market for E-learning after the US. The sector is expected to reach US$ 1.96 billion by 2021 with around 9.5 million users.  Government of India’s target of Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) of 30% for higher education by 2020 is expected to drive investments in the education space. The Government is also planning to promote the education sector to help increase the share of overall services’sector in the GDP of the country.  5 6 instItutes were represented from India in the Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2020. Source: UGC, India Ratings and Research FY19 Outlook, KPMG - Online education in India, AISHE 2018-19, News sources, E- Estimated Notes: E - expected Education Industry in India1 (US$ billion) Number of Colleges inIndia 39,071 40,026 39,050 39,931 39,600 39,400 39,200 39,000 38,800 38,600 38,400 40,200 40,000 39,800 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 86.0 91.7 88.0 90.0 102.0 100.0 101.1 98.0 96.0 94.0 92.0 FY18 FY19E
  8. 5 ADVANTAGE INDIA Note: GER stands for Gross Enrolment Ratio, NEP - National Education Policy, HRD - Human Resource Development Source: Ministry of HRD, Technopak, Department of Commerce Government of India, DPIIT, TRAI, News Sources  Largest population in the world with ~500 million in the age bracket of 5-24 years presents a large opportunity in the education space.  India has over 250 million school going students, more than any other country.  Huge demand supply gap with an additional requirement of 200,000 schools, 35,000 colleges, 700 universities and 40 million seats in the vocational training centres.  The edtech market in India is expected to hit ~ US$ 3.5 billion by 2022; investments in 2020 are expected to reach >US$ 1.1 billion.  Between January 2020 and August 2020, venture capital investors invested ~US$ 1.19 billion across 36 deals, against the ~US$ 409 million across 43 deals between January 2019 and August 2019.  E - speaking population allows easy delivery of educational products. India was ranked 34 out of 100 countries in English Proficiency Index 2019.  A quarterly growth of 3.4% in the number of internet subscribers at the end 2020. According to Telecom Authority of India (TRAI) data, of March Regulatory the total number of internet subscribers stoodat 743.19 million in March 2020, against 718.4 million in December 2019. ADVANTAGE INDIA  100% FDI (automatic route) is allowed in the Indian education sector.  To liberalise the sector, the Government has taken initiatives such as the National Accreditation Regulatory Authority Bill for Higher Educational and the Foreign Educational Institutions Bill.  On July 29, 2020, National Education Policy 2020 was approved by the Cabinet.
  9. EVOLUTION OF THE INDIAN EDUCATION SECTOR  In 1992, the National Policy on Education-1986 was revised.  In 1995 the National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education (NP-NPSE) was launched as a sponsored scheme by the Centre.  In 1995, National Council of Rural Institutes (NCRI), an autonomous body was established for the promotion of rural higher education.  In 2012 the amendment of the Indian Institute of Technology Act, 1961 took place which envisages inclusion of 8 new IITs.  In 2014, Indian Institutes of Information Technology Bill, 2014 was passed by both the houses of the parliament. The bill aims to bring 4 information technology institutes1 under the control of a single authority.  A new education policy is being drafted to ensure quality education in India from 2020-40.  The National Testing Agency was approved by the Cabinet in November 2017 to conduct all high- stake college entrance exams in India.  In June 2017, Government of India announced that it would replace the University Grants Commission with Higher Education Commission of India.  RMSA was launched in March 2009 with the objective to enhance access to secondary education.  In 2009 Saakshar Bharat, a centrally sponsored scheme was launched with focus on women and other. disadvantaged groups in rural areas of low literacy  The RTE, became operative in 2010 according to which every child has a right to elementary education. 1  In 1964, the Kothari Commission was appointed to make a detailed survey of all the education branches in India and advice Government on policies for the development of education at all stages and in all its aspects. 1960-1990 2016 Onwards 2010-2014 2000-2010 1990-2000 Notes: RTE - Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education, RMSA- Rashtriya Msdhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, NIT-National Institute of Technology, IISER- Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research, 1 IIIT-Allahabad, IIIT-Gwalior, IIIT Design and Manufacturing Jabalpur, and IIIT Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram
  10. EDUCATION LANDSCAPE IN INDIA Private sector Indian EducationSystem Education material suppliers State Government funded institutions Higher education institutions Pre-schools Coaching classes Vocational training centers Schools Multimedia schools Central Government funded institutions Source: Grant Thornton Formalsetup Non formalsetup Public sector 1 Schools Higher education institutions
  11. HIGHER EDUCATION 39,071 40,026 39,050 39,931 40,200 40,000 39,800 39,600 39,400 39,200 39,000 38,800 38,600 38,400 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 799 864 903 993 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 CAGR 8.31 % Number of Colleges inIndia Number of Universities in India  Number of colleges in India reached 39,931 in FY19, up from 32,974 in FY11.  Number of universities in the country also increased at a fast pace from 621 in FY11 to 993 universities in FY19. Total number of agricultural universities in the country increased from 35 in 1999 to 75 in 2017.  India has 56 of the world’s best universities as per Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2020.  N E P offers multiple exit options and appropriate certification within undergraduate education period and an Academic Bank of Credit will be established for digitally storing academic credits earned from different institutes so that these can be transferred and counted towards final degree earned. Note: Update is expected after September 2019 Source: UGC, PWC, AISHE 2018-19, NEP 2020
  12. HIGHER EDUCATION  India has the world’s largest higher education system and it ranks second in terms of student enrolment. India had 37.4 million students enrolled in higher education in 2018-19.  Online higher education may prove to be a good alternative and is expected to grow at 41% CAGR between 2016- 2021.  NEP 2020 aims to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio in higher education including vocational education from 26.3% in 2018 to 50% by 2035. 3.5 crore new seats will be added to Higher education institutions.  Central Government has increased the research fellowship of Ph.D. students and other research personnel enrolled in any area of science and technology with effect from January 1, 2019. 18.6 19.0 19.2 19.2 16.0 16.7 17.4 18.2 0.0 5.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 Male Female Student Enrolment in Higher Education(million) 25.4 26.0 26.3 26.3 23.5 24.5 25.4 26.4 27.0 26.5 26.0 25.5 25.0 24.5 24.0 23.5 23.0 22.5 22.0 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 Male Female Gross Enrolment Ratio in Higher Education(%) Source: UGC, AISHE 2018-19; US Department of Education, NEP 2020
  13. HIGHEREDUCATION  In 2020-21, there were 9,700 totalAICTE approved institutes.  Of the total, there were 4,100 undergraduate, 4,951 postgraduate and 4,514 diploma courses in AICTE approved institutes. 9,700 9,000 9,500 10,423 10,000 11,500 11,000 10,989 10,500 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 Total Institutions AICTE Approved EducationStatistics 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 Undergraduate 4,436 4,745 4,100 Postgraduate 5,279 5,152 4,951 Diploma 4,814 5,504 4,514 Source: All India Council for Technical Education Website
  14. HIGHER EDUCATION University Mix (2018-19)  There has been a significant increase in the share of the state private universities as part of total universities. In 2018-19, 31.24% of universities in the state were state private universities and 8.22% were private deemed universities.  304 state private universities and 80 private deemed-to-be universities in India in 2018-19. University Mix (2011-12) 6.77% 6.13% 1.77% Central Deemed University - 3.49% Central Deemed University - 4.83% 1.03% Government 8.22% Government 12.74% Deemed University - Government Aided Deemed University - Private Institute of National Importance State Private University State Public University 38.13% Deemed University - Government Aided Deemed University - Private Institute of National Importance State Private University State Public University 46.13% 16.94% 9.52% 13.05% 31.24% Source: AISHE 2018-19
  15. RISING INVESTMENTS Merger & Acquisition (M&A) in Indian EducationSector 450 400 383 350 300 250 273 200 150 100 50 14 13 0 2018 2019 Deals Value (US$ million) Source: HRD Ministry,EY
  16. GROWTH DRIVERS Source: Netscribes and CLSA KPMG Increasing disposable income and willingness of people to spend on education is a key driver for the Indian education industry Education in India Formaleducation Informaleducation Higher education K-12 Coachinginstitutes Pre-schools Vocationaleducation
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  18. With Major Neelandra Chauhan – Sports Academy ,At Greater Noida
  19. Pinky Prashant Rajgariha –Mrs Asia Fitness 2017 at SPAA INDIA Sports Fair
  20. Launch of SPAA INDIA LOGO at ASSOCHAM – New Delhi
  21. SPAA INDIA International Students at Award Ceremony held in every Sports Fair
  22. Team SPAA INDIA with Cricketer Madan Lal –Member of World Cup Winner 1983
  23. Signature Bridge , Delhi – India
  24. Speaker at Sports Conference in New Delhi- Now sports is a shining Career ?
  25. Discussion with Sh . Anurag Tripathi Ji , Secretary CBSE , New Dehi
  26. SPAA INDIA’s International Students and delegates visited Sports Unit in India
  27. Inauguration of 2022 Sports Fair Principal Meet at India Expo Centre , Greater Noida
  28. LIFE TIME Achievement Award to Prof Darshan Lal Arora Ji at Principal Meet at Sports Fair - India Expo Centre , Greater Noida.
  29. Certificate Award to SPAA India Students for Successful Completion at Sports Fair - India Expo Centre , Greater Noida.
  30. Certificate Award to SPAA India Students for Successful Completion at Sports Fair - India Expo Centre , Greater Noida.
  31. Students Discussion with Guests
  32. Khelega India Khilega India