Development of Sports Infrastructure in Physical Education and Sports


  • Davender Singh Lecturer, GSSS Kishangarh, Rohtak, Haryana, India



The earliest known examples of athletics date back to the beginning of human civilization. The harsh competition for a living that man endured was balanced out by the participation in games and sports. In the beginning, these were only done for a hobby, relaxation, and amusement, but today they have become a method to earn name recognition, celebrity, financial benefits, and a profitable profession. In the beginning, these were only done for a pastime, relaxation, and entertainment. The spirit of competition is alive and well in modern sports, and the goal of each player is to come out on top. Activities related to sports have essentially become mandatory in most parts of the world. Countries that consistently do exceptionally well in sports receive a higher level of attention and recognition from their peers. As a consequence of this, every nation is putting a significant amount of effort into developing its sporting talent to the point that it may earn additional "feathers" for its crown. At this point in time, sport is not simply a competition of physical strength but also a mental challenge. A robust mental capacity is required in addition to a robust physical one. India is the country with the second-highest population in the world. However, it is falling farther and further behind in the realm of sports, and for Indian athletes, winning a gold medal in the Olympic Games. After the country gained its independence, a great number of institutions of physical education and sports were formed in the country. Some of these institutes provide research courses in their particular fields of study. Therefore, in order to improve athletic performance, sportspeople and sports scientists need to come up with new approaches and strategies. The most up-to-date information ought to be made available to sportspeople and sports scientists in a timely, efficient, and effective manner. This recommendation is made with all of the above concerns in mind. In this environment, libraries and other information centres have the potential to play an essential role. In addition to growing their collections according to needs, they should also provide information services based on information technology to sportspeople and sports scientists.




How to Cite

Davender Singh. (2023). Development of Sports Infrastructure in Physical Education and Sports. Pindus Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT, 3(9), 1–7.