Implemented Programs – Impact

Ashok Leyland

Education, healthcare and Empowerment

  • implemented in 390 schools
  • 10% increase in fitness level of childrens

Sports Authority of Gujarat

Education, healthcare and Empowerment

  • implemented in 90 schools
  • 23% increase of female participation in the after school programme

Various state govt.

Education, healthcare and Empowerment

  • implemented in 300 schools across 8 states
  • 80% of the interested  candidates recruited

Impact on Fitness Parameters

The impact of the structured sports program was observed on certain physical fitness parameters. In this instance – the time taken to cover 30 meters. The graph shows the improvement in speed of a group of children over a 3 year period

For Boys

For Girls

Over a period of 3 years, the majority of students were covering 30 meters in under 7 seconds

Case Study

Class Execution (2) (1)

Ashok Leyland – Road To School

Impact of Sports in Education

Sportz Village conducted its pioneering Sport for Change program at government schools funded by Ashok Leyland in the districts of Hosur, Namakkal, and Chennai. Since its inception, the program has reached 34,000 children in 391 government schools.


Position Paper

Keeping Children Active During COVID-19 Lockdown

The paper highlights the importance of access to sport for children (especially from disadvantaged backgrounds) and offers a framework for educators and development experts to engage children through physical activity (during and after the lockdown).



Empowering Women Through Self-Defense

Sports Authority of Gujarat along with Sportz Village executed a self defense program for women and girls across the state. PADKAR has transformed the lives of 2,77,253 women and girls across 79 Taluks in 31 districts of Gujarat.

NEP Study Cover

Playing to win

Study on National Education Policy 2020

While NEP has included sport and physical activity as an integral part of their education continuum across the early, primary and secondary years of children – this document helps clarify further how PLAY* can be used by educators and administrators as a pedagogical tool to accomplish all the key principles and outcomes envisioned in NEP.

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