Sports Steer

Consulting services for assessing, building and enabling sports program for educational institutions and young aspiring sportspersons.

We provide consulting services to enable educational/youth institutions move to the next level of sporting excellence in line with the Spirit of Olympism. Our ACE methodology is an effective tool to help them in their endeavor.


We help our clients in determining their true potential, helping them bridge the gap between available versus required resources and providing a practical execution plan with a definite timeframe for achievement of the set goals.

Who should engage

  • Educational institutions that desire to inculcate Olympism in youth
  • Government organization and sports bodies striving for the Olympic Quest for Gold
  • Social sector and public/private sector organizations reaching out to youth at a mass level for providing life values through sports.

Gujarat Government appoints Sportseed

Sportseed has joined hands with Gujarat Government on the project of setting up District level Sports School across Gujarat as the Consulting & Project Management Partners.

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India has planned an ambitious inter-ministerial programme to set up District level Sports Schools, in which young sporting talent from the area would be admitted. The plan is to set up sports schools to provide specialized sports training along with normal education in all 640 districts of the country to prepare a pool of sportsperson to enhance India's performance in international sporting events.

The talent would be hunted by talent scouts to be appointed under ongoing ministry scheme Panchayat Yuva Krida Aur Khel Abhiyan, in which the government provides money to developing a sports field in every panchayat of the country. In every district, around 100 children would be identified for free of cost education and sports training in these schools.

There's a proposal that these schools would be set up on pattern of Central or Navodaya Schools for educational curriculum and sports training would be provided by experts from Sports Authority of India (SAI) including a bio-medic for each school. The students who excel in sports would be eligible for admission at the next level – Centres of Excellence. The ministry plans to set up 25 such centres across India by upgrading SAI's 12 existing sporting facilities and developing 13 new ones.

See news coverage of this Gujarat Goverenment initiative