PM wishes participants of Junior National Archery Championship


New Delhi,(UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed his best wishes to all the participants of 41st NTPC Junior National Archery Championship, slated to be held between March 7 and 16 at Survey of India ground in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), state-owned NTPC Ltd will be promoting the archery in the country through the Championship.
The Prime Minister, in his message to Archery Association of India (AAI), has given his good wishes to the participants and addressed the occasion by saying that the Junior National Archery Championship will give a platform to the youth of our nation to showcase their talent and elevate India’s reputation. He further added that archery is a game that requires key qualities like patience, discipline and focus which benefits us at every step of our lives, the state-run organisation said in a statement, here on Thursday.
The competition hosted by Uttarakhand Archery Association will last more than a week. NTPC has three years of partnership with Archery Association of India (AAI).
The competition will begin on March 7, 2021 and end on March 16, 2021. The championship will witness raw young talent participating from all over the country.
NTPC believes that the 41st Archery Championship will encourage the youth to come forward and pursue the sport and this, in turn, will help India gain further recognition at the global level for archery. With initiatives like these, NTPC will continue to support the youth across India and help them nurture their talent.