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Srikanth Wins Men’s Singles Gold Title At The Syed Modi International 2016

Kidambi Srikanth. (Image Courtesy: sports.ndtv.com).

Kidambi Srikanth.
(Image Courtesy: sports.ndtv.com).

Top seed Kidambi Srikanth clinched the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold with a convincing win over China’s Huang Yuxiang in the men’s singles final on Sunday.

World No. 9 Srikanth, who had reached the finals even in the last edition as well, prevailed over 73rd ranked Huang 21-13, 14-21, 21-14.

Srikanth came into the men’s final with a 1-0 record against Huang, having beaten him last week at the Malaysia Masters at Penang and the Indian showed better control and picked up the gaps well in the first game against the Chinese.

The Indian led 11-8 at the break and continued to move ahead after the interval, cruising to the game point when the Chinese pushed to the back of the court, failed to recover enough ground to return a net dribble. Srikanth then sealed the game with a smash.

In the second game also, Srikanth went ahead to a comfortable 11-7 lead, but did not capitalize on it and allowed Huang to win the second game.

In the decider, Huang opened up an early lead of 7-4. Srikanth had to fight back his way to equal the scores at 8-8. The two fought neck to neck till 12-12 before the Indian again raised to al elad of 15-13.

Srikanth finally moved into the match point with a towering smash from the back court and then sealed it with another power-packed smash.

It was his fifth title having won the 2013 Thailand Grand Prix Gold, 2014 China Super Series premier and Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold and India Super Series last year.

Akshay and Pranav Flater In The Finals Of The Syed Modi International 2016

pranaav jerry Chopra  & akshay dewalkar. (Image Courtesy: www.badmintoninindia.com).

Pranaav jerry Chopra & Akshay dewalkar.
(Image Courtesy: www.badmintoninindia.com).

Akshay and Pranaav continued their good run after the interval as they led 17-12. They moved into the game point with the Malaysian making an error. Pranaav hit one at the net before Akshay came up with a sizzling smash which the Malaysian didn’t have any answer to pocket the opening game.
The second game begun on an even-keel as both the parties moved neck to neck right from the start to 5-5 before the Malaysian managed to go 11-8 up at the break. However, the Indian quickly erased the deficit and grabbed a 14-11 lead when the Malaysian faltered at the net.

Akshay exploited the gaps well as they led 17-14. However, the Malaysians soon drew parity at 18-18 and went into the lead when Pranaav hit the net. Goh and Tan grabbed a game point when Akshay hit wide but the Indian saved one to make it 20-20.

At this stage, the Indian won a controversial point on their serve even as the Malaysian complained. With the advantage shifting too quickly, it was Goh and Tan who grabbed the final two points — one with a return that hit Akshay and another when the Indians hit wide.

After losing the second game, the Indians struggled in the decider as their wayward shots helped Malaysians to open up a 7-2 lead. More errors followed as the visitors led 11-5 at the break before capitulating without a fight.

Gopchand’s children win titles

Gayatri.(Image Courtesy: indianexpress.com).

Gayatri.
(Image Courtesy: indianexpress.com).

HYDERABAD: On a day when three shuttlers achieved a grand double each at the ONGC National Sub-Junior Ranking Tournament, chief coach Pullela Gopichand’s children clinched national ranking titles for the first time in the same tournament.

Gayatri, the 12 year old, who won several national titles and also bronze at the Asian meet, won the girls under-15 singles and doubles titles while her little brother 10-year-old Sai Vishnu won in the under-13 doubles category.

Gayatri defeated her doubles partner Vaishnavi Reddy Jakka 21-15, 21-12 for the singles crown. Later the duo eased past Karnataka’s Ananya Praveen and Medha Shashidharan in straight games 21-10, 21-9.

Mansi Singh from Uttar Pradesh stayed on top by winning the girls singles and doubles titles in the under-13 category. Mansi recovered after losing the second game to get past second seed Tasnim Mir of Gujarat 21-10, 16-21, 21-16 and later paired up with Shiwangi Singh of Uttar Pradesh to beat third seeds Awantika Pandey and Anupama Upadhyaya of Uttarakhand 21-7, 21-18.

Top seeds Vishnu and Pranav Rao Gandham defeated Bharat and Anmol Joon of Haryana in straight games 21-19, 21-13 in the under-13 doubles final. Pranav, who is also the top seed in singles, defeated second seed Sankar Muthusamy of Tamil Nadu 21-16, 21-12 in just 25 minutes.

Maisnam Meiraba bagged the under-15 boys singles title. The top seed from Manipur made short work of seventh Jayant Rana of Haryana 21-17, 21-8. However, Meiraba and his partner from Andhra Pradesh Srikar Madina, who are seeded second in doubles, were shocked by fourth seeds Ishaan Bhatnagar of Chattisgarh and Priyanshu Rajawat of Madhya Pradesh 24-26, 18-21.

Results (All finals):
Girls singles (under-13):
1-Mansi Singh (UP) bt 2-Tasnim Mir (GUJ) 21-10, 16-21, 21-16.
Doubles:
1-Mansi Singh/Shiwangi Singh (UP) bt 3-Awantika Pandey/Anupama Upadhyaya (UTR) 21-7 21-18.
U-15 singles:
2-Gayatri Gopichand Pullela (TS) bt 1-Vaishnavi Reddy Jakka (TS) 21-15, 21-12.
Doubles:
1-Vaishnavi Reddy Jakka/Gayatri Gopichand Pullela (TS) bt 2-Ananya Praveen/Medha Shashidharan (KTK) 21-10, 21-9.
Boys singles (U-13):
1-Pranav Rao Gandham (TS) bt 2-Sankar Muthusamy (TN) 21-16, 21-12

Badminton Coach Requirement, Greater Noida II, Uttar Pradesh

DPS World school Logo.(Image Courtesy: http://www.dpsworldfoundation.com/).

DPS World school Logo.
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Job: Found Online.

Posted: 13 Days ago.

Employer: DPS WORLD SCHOOL, GREATER NOIDA II.

Job Description:

Trained and experienced post/Graduates Good academic record/excellent communication skills.

Experience: 5 to 10 years.

Contact:

Address: NH-91, (20KM from Ghaziabad), Greater Noida II, Gautham Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.

Email: dpsworldgreaternoida2@gmail.com

Website: hr@dpsworldfoundation.com

Phone: 0120-2446363.

Badminton Coach Job Requirement In Lucknow – Uttar Pradesh

The Millenium School

Job: Found Online.

Employer: The Millennium School.

Job Posted Date: 04 Nov, 2015.

Location: Lucknow.

Industry: Educational/Training.

Website: Not Provided.

Email Id: millenniumsitapurroad@gmail.com

Mobile/Phone: 70815444444.

Last Date: 14th November, 2015.

Company Details: Fully air conditioned boarding school affiliated to CBSE Board.

Job Description: Athletics, Soccer, Cricket, Basketball, Volley Ball, Tennis, Badminton, Skating Marshal Arts, Horse Riding & Swimming.

Job Application Details: Application must be sent with in 10 days along with detailed resume & 2 passport size photograph and also. Email to millenniumsitapurroad@gmail.com.

Sports Coaches Requirement in Lucknow, Uttar pradesh

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Job: Found Online.

Employer: Kunwars Global School.

Location: Lucknow.

Experience: Not Specified.

Website: http://www.kunwarsglobalschool.com

Email: career@kunwarsglobalschool.com

Phone: +91 7408388888 / 7081002765.

Issue Date: 21-Oct-2015.

Company Details: Propose CBSE ( Jr. KG to VII in 2016-17).

Description: Athletics, Soccer, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Badminton, Skating, Marshal Arts. Gymnastic, Horse riding & Swimming. (B.PEd with specialization in the sports applied for). Preference will be given to experience candidate from reputed residential school, but fresh Graduate with excellent academic & good communication skill may also apply. Pay scale & DA will be as per 6th Pay Commission implemented by the central government which is not a constraint for deserving candidate.

Application Details: Application must be sent within 10 days along with detailed resume & short write up of five hundred words on Needs of 21st Century Learners & passport size photograph to the mentioned address or mail.

Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the interview.

Apply in confidence to Mr. D.P Singh (National Awardee) – Principal.

Email Id: career@kunwarsglobalschool.com

Biography Of Yesteryear Indian Badminton Legend – Syed Modi

Syed Modi (1962–1988), is actually Syed Mehdi. Syed Mehdi was born in a Muslim family in the muffosil town of Sardarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. His father, Syed Meer Hassan Zaidi, worked in Sardarnagar sugar mill and his mother, a housewife. Syed Mehdi was the youngest of their eight children, six sons and two daughters.Syed_Modi

When Mehdi first began going to the local school, the person who entered his name in the school records mistook his name “Mehdi” for a common Indian surname “Modi” and wrote it down that way. As a result, this became his name in all educational and government records. Modi was average in his studies but, later became a notable sportsman.

He was very popular in his school for his open, affectionate nature and bright good looks. Modi’s elder brothers were not highly educated, but they worked and had very good hope on him and contributed towards the family expenses and supporting Modi in his childhood, having huge expectations on him.

Modi fulfilled their hopes as he became the junior national Badminton champion at the age of 14 in 1976. The same yearSyed Modi with his wife - timesofindia.indiatimes.com, Modi started training under Mr. P.K. Bhandari the then chief badminton coach, N.I.S, Patiala till 1982. Thereafter, he trained under Dipu Ghosh, National Coach of Indian team.

Modi won the national badminton championship at the age of 18 in 1980. In the same year, Government of India recommended his name and Modi was given a paying job as a Welfare Officer in the Indian Railways (NE). He was initially posted in Gorakhpur, nearest to his hometown and family. In 1982, his new coach wanted that he should train in Lucknow which had better facilities, so he was transferred there.

Syed Modi won the national badminton championship between 1980 and 1987, eight times in a row. In 1981, he received the Arjuna Award from the Government of India. At the 1982 Asian Games, he won the bronze at the men’s singles event. He took home the Men’s singles Gold at the 1982 Commonwealth Games. In 1983 and 1984, he won the Australian International.

He later married Amita, a fellow badminton player. His game started going downhill in 1987-88, when his marriage life was not happy, and Modi lost the national badminton championship for the first time in 1988. In May 1988, they had a baby daughter who they named Aakanksha.

Two months after the birth of his daughter, Modi was murdered. On the evening of 28 July 1988, at the age of 26, Modi was shot dead as he was coming out of KD Singh Babu stadium, Lucknow after a routine practice. A brilliant career was cut short and a severe blow was dealt to badminton in India as Modi was touted to be a superstar like Prakash Padukone. His murder sent shockwaves throughout India.

After Modi’s death, a badminton tournament was named in his memory, “Syed Modi Memorial”, All India Syed Modi badminton championship hosted each year at Lucknow, which turned into “Syed Modi International Challenge” in 2004, and from December 2009 it was graded to “Syed Modi Grand Prix”, organized by Badminton Association of India.

The Railways, where he was employed respected his badminton sport and as an employee, opened the Syed Modi Railway Stadium and auditorium at his native place, Gorakhpur.

(Image Courtesy: timesofindia.indiatimes.com).

Sports Quota Job Openings in North Central Railway 2015, Allahabad – Uttar Pradesh

NC Railway

North Central Railway – Job Details.

Employment Notice No. SQ 2015-16 .

Online Closing Date: 28.09.2015.

Location: Allahabad.

Gr. ‘C’ posts against the Sports Quota 2015- 16 on North Central Railway.

Categories: Athletics, Badminton, Boxing, Cricket, Hockey, Table Tennis, Weightlifting, Wrestling and Football.

Qualification:  For GP 1900: The candidate should have minimum qualification of Intermediate or equivalent examination passed with 50 % aggregate. The condition of 50% marks is not to be insisted upon in case of SC/ST Candidate. For GP 1800: Pass in Metric (10th) or ITI or its Equivalent or Higher education.

Note: Educational certificates/ qualification obtained from the institutions borne on the list of COBSE (Council of Board of School Education in India), an Association of National & State School Boards, will only be acceptable.

No of Post: 49 posts.

Pay Scale: Rs.5200-20200 Grade, Pay Rs. 1800/1900/2000.

Age: 18 – 25 years as on 01.01.2016. No age relaxation is permissible.

Examination fee: Application without examination fee of Rs. 100/- for each category, No examination fee for candidates belonging to SC/ST/ExServicemen/ Women/Minorities and Economically Backward Classes having annual family income less than 50,000/- .

Probation period: All the sports persons recruited against sports quota will undergo probation period of two years. 14. Service Bond: The sportspersons recruited against Sport Quota shall execute the “Service Bond”. The “Service Bond” period for the persons recruited against sports quota shall be of five years.

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How to apply: Candidates are required to apply Online.

PGT- Physical Education Job Requirement in Ghaziabad – Uttar Pradesh

Hiring Company: Sanskar The Co-Educational School.
2 to 5 yrs.
Rs 2.00 – 3.00 Lacs Per Annum.
Ghaziabad.
Teaching/Education.
Educational/Training.
Teacher.
B.Ed. (Education), Other School/ Graduation – Physical Education (Education).
Key Skills: Teaching activities, Handling Students, Physical Education, Good Communication, Understand of educational environment.
Roles & Responsibilities:
1) Coach must deliver appropriate curriculum to teach the sport.
2) Assesses players skills, monitors players during competition and practice, and keeps the sports coordinator informed of the athletic performance of students.
3) Assists with determining game strategy.
4) Follows established procedures in the event of an athletes injury.
5) Distributes equipment, supplies, and uniforms to students as directed by the sports coordinator.
6) Attends staff development meetings, clinics and other professional activities to improve coaching performance.
7) A coach must be reliable, responsible, and compassionate.
8) Coach must be adaptable and flexible.

IBL 2013 – Awadhe Warriors vs Banga Beats at Lucknow – Banga Beats win 4-1

As a part of IBL 2013, Awadhe Warriors played against Banga Beats at Lucknow on 18th August 2013. This is the sixth tie in the IBL 2013 series.

Awadhe Warriors vs Banga Beats – Fixtures and Results

Winner: Banga Beats

Score: 4-1

Player of The Tie: Carolina Marin

    • Mens Singles 1: Wei Feng Chong lost to Hu Yun 11-21, 20-21

    • Womens Singles: P.V.Sindhu lost to Carolina Marin 16-21, 13-21

 

    • Mens Doubles: Mathias Boe defeated M. Kido vs C.Mogensen and Akshay Dewalkar 21-14, 21-19

    • Mens Singles 2: K.Srikanth lost to P. Kashyap 21-20, 11-21, 9-11

    • Mixed Doubles: M.Kido and K.Maneesha lost to C.Mogensen and Carolina Marin 21-20, 16-21, 8-11

To watch the matches live or to follow the live scores click here