|Born||April 8, 1973|
Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India
District Sports and Youth Welfare Officer, Directorate Sports and Youth Welfare
💵 Salary :
|Expert Basketball coach|
|Notable work||Prime Minister Award for Excellence in Sports for the project "Hum Chhuenge Aasman", 2012-13.|
Vikas Kharadkar (born April 8, 1973) is the administrator of T.T. Nagar Stadium, Bhopal, M.P and the coaching coordinator of Madhya Pradesh State Sports Academy. He is also the coach coordinator & Coordinator of Directorate Sports and Youth Welfare T.T. Nagar Stadium, Bhopal.
- 1 Early life and education
- 2 Career
- 3 Achievements
- 4 Sports achievements as player
- 5 Honors received
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Early life and education
Vikas Kharadkar was born in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh on 8 April 1973. He has a family of two siblings: an elder sister and a younger brother. He has done his schooling and subsequent graduation studies of B.Com. and B.P.Ed from Bhopal.
After completing his degree in B.P.Ed and M.P.Ed from Bhopal, he did N.I.S. Diploma in Sports Coaching in basketball from S.A.I. South Center, Bangalore. He did his M.S. (Master of Sports Coaching) from N.S. N.I.S. Moti Bagh, Patiala (basketball Discipline). He then got an International Diploma in Basketball (Olympic Solidarity Course) from Budapest, Hungary in the year 2005. He did International Coaching Course supported and sponsored by the Foreign Office, from 31 August 2009 to 29 January 2010 in Leipzig University, Germany.
Vikas Kharadkar has coached the Indian basketball team and has won laurels to the nation. He has served as a national coach for the First Asian Beach Games held at Bali, Indonesia in 2008, First Asian Youth Games held at Singapur, Bronze Medal in 2009, First Asian Beach Basketball Championship held at Bali, Indonesia in 2008 winning the Bronze medal, 26th Sub Junior National Championship, held at Anandpur Sahib Punjab (for the Girls team and won the Gold medal) in 1999, West Zone Basketball Championship, held at Bhilwara, Rajasthan(for the boys team and won the Gold medal) in 2000, Sub Junior National Champion held at Pondichery for the girls team and won the Silver medal in 2002, 52nd Junior National Championship held at Bhilai, Chhattisgarh and won the Silver medal in 2001, Women Festival Basketball Championship held at Bhopal and won the Silver medal in 2011. Coach: [M.P. Junior Team]
Coach: [M.P. Senior Women Team]
He coached the M.P. Senior Women Team for the 51st Senior National Championship held at Bangalore (Karnataka) (in Jan.2001) which secured the 4th place, and the Junior National Basketball Championship held at Goa (in 2002).
Coach: [M.P. Police Team]
He coached for the M.P. Police Team for the 50th All Indian Police Games held at Bhopal (July 2001).
Coach: [M.P. Senior Team]
He coached the M.P. senior team for the 54th Sr. National Basketball Championship (Men & Women) held at Cuttack (Orissa) on 26th Dec. 2003 to 2nd Jan. 2004. Coach: [M.P. Junior Team] 2004, Gotan, Rajasthan.
Coach: [M.P. Police Team]
53rd All India Police Games, Jammu & Kashmir from 22nd to 26th Sept. 2004.
Sports achievements as player
Senior National Basketball Championship
He has participated in the senior National Basketball Championships for the following: 1. 49th Sr. National (Jaipur) Rajasthan from (15 to 22 March 1999) 2. 48th Senior National Ludhiana (Punjab) from (28th to 4th Feb. 1998) 3. 47th Senior National Calcutta (West Bengal) from (1 to 8 March 1997) 4. 46th Senior National Jamshedpur (Bihar) from (17th to 25th Nov. 1995)
Represented M.P. Police in All India Police Games
He has represented the M.P Police in All India Police Games in many cities like Hyderabad (As Captain) 1998 to 99, Jalandhar (Punjab) 1997 to 98, Jodhpur (Rajasthan) 1996 to 97.
Represented Barkatullah University, Bhopal in West Zone Basket Ball Championships
1. Indore (M.P) [Captain] 1995-96 2. Gwalior (M.P) 1994-95 3. Bhilwara (Rajasthan) 1993
- Prime Minister Award for Excellence in Sports for the project "hum chhuenge aasman", 2012-13.
- National Award for e-Governance, 2013-14 Silver Award
- National Laadli Media and Advertising Award for Gender Sensitivity, 2012–13
- Sports times coach award, 2009
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