NOIDA (UP), June 30 (ANI): The countdown to Commonwealth Games has begun and the clock is ticking faster and faster.
It is a much awaited mega event. Each and every person associated with Commonwealth Games has to ensure that he/she does the best job possible so that entire world can proclaim XIXth Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi as the best ever.
Over 2, 000 students from Amity have been selected by the Organizing Committee to act as volunteers during the Games and over 310 students of Amity have already volunteered during the Test Events which precede the Commonwealth Games.
About 70 students from Amity Institute of Physiotherapy and Amity Institute of Forensic Sciences have been chosen and trained to act as dope control officials during the Commonwealth Games.
These students will be required by OC to conduct dope tests from July 3, 2010 onwards.
The volunteers trained will be expected to work in any of 22 Functional Areas of OC namely Security, Media, Spectator Services, Sports, Accreditation etc.
The volunteers will gain knowledge and experience which will add immensely to their skills set and competitiveness.
"Amity believes in serving the humanity and the nation through education and empowerment of youth and volunteers training is the best means of realizing our mission", said Dr. Ashok K Chauhan- Founder President, Amity
"Every enterprise, be it industrial, commercial establishment or a philanthropic foundation or an NGO or anything else, is guided by the life mission of its promoters. I am, through Amity, trying to fulfil the mission of my life, i.e. to bring India in the first rank of the nations of the world," added Chauhan.
"I firmly believe in the potential and capabilities of more than one billion Indians. I also want that our country should take a lead for bringing peace, harmony and brotherhood in the world. For this, we have to make our nation strong, we have to showcase our capacities and capabilities to the whole world," he said.
The training modules have been very carefully designed to meet the requirement during the games.
The general training itself is divided into eight sessions providing comprehensive details on the background of the CWG, Heritage of Delhi, Workforce operations, Accreditation process for different groups, Conflict Resolution and the importance of Communication, Choosing the right words, Adaptability, Energy, Enthusiasm, Enjoyment, Personal dedication etc.
The training sessions are very interactive, volunteers are encouraged to clear their doubts during the question and answer sessions. The content delivered is an amalgamation of theory and practical. (ANI)