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SANDEEP KUMAR

Sandeep Kumar is son of an auto rickshaw driver.

Sandeep Kumar is son of an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 3 has a monthly income of Rs 8,000-10,000. He is currently unemployed.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in senior national Championship since 2002 and has won medals each year. Sandeep registered with Stairs in 2012. He represented India in the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou, China in 2010 and has been selected for the national coaching camp for 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea, 2014.

Sandeep’s other achievements include:

  1. Bronze medal in 28th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
  2. Silver medal in 26th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011
  3. Gold medal in 25th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2010
  4. Silver medal in 24th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2009
  5. Bronze medal in 1st Senior ISTAF Super Series, New Delhi, India, 2013
  6. Participated in 1st Senior ISTAF Super Series, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
  7. Participated in 1st Senior ISTAF Super Series, Malaysia, 2013
  8. Silver medal in 23th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2013
  9. Silver medal in 22th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2012
  10. Silver medal in 5th Federation Cup of Sepak Takraw Championship, 2011
  11. Bronze medal in 20th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2010
  12. Silver medal in 19th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2008
  13. Bronze medal in 33th National Games Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007
  14. Silver medal in 34th National Games Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007
  15. Silver medal in 5th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2000

 

Lalit Kumar

Lalit Kumar’s father is an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been a part of the Indian Sepak Takraw since 2009.

Lalit Kumar’s father is an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been a part of the Indian Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 6 has a monthly income of around Rs 10,000. Lalit is currently unemployed.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in senior national Championship since 2002 and has won medals each year. Lalit registered with Stairs in 2012. He has been selected for the national coaching camp for 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea, 2014.

Lalit’s other achievements include:

  1. Gold medal in 25th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2010
  2. Participated in 26th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011
  3. Participated in 28th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
  4. Bronze medal in 24th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2013
  5. Silver medal in 23rd Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2012
  6. Silver medal in 22th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2011
  7. Participated in 21st Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2010
  8. Silver medal in 20th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2009
  9. Silver medal in 19th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2008
  10. Bronze medal in 18th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007

 

Dheeraj Kumar

Dheeraj Kumar is son of an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009.

Dheeraj Kumar is son of an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 4 has a monthly income of just over Rs 8,000. Dheeraj is currently unemployed.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in senior national Championship since 2002 and has won medals each year. Dheeraj registered with Stairs in 2012. He has been selected for national coaching camp for 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea, 2014.

Dheeraj’s other achievements include:

  1. Bronze medal in 28th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
  2. Bronze medal in 1st Senior ISTAF Super Series, New Delhi, India, 2013
  3. Participated in 1st Senior ISTAF Super Series, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
  4. Participated in 1st Senior ISTAF Super Series, Malaysia, 2013
  5. Participated in 27th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2012
  6. Participated in 26th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011
  7. Silver medal in 5th Federation Cup of Sepak Takraw Championship, 2011
  8. Silver medal in 23th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2013
  9. Silver medal in 22th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2012
  10. Bronze medal in 20th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2010
  11. Silver medal in 19th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2008
  12. Bronze medal in 33th National Games Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007
  13. Silver medal in 34th National Games Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007
  14. Silver medal in 5th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2000

 

Sandeep Raghav

Sandeep Raghav’s father is an electrician. The 21-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009.

Sandeep Raghav’s father is an electrician. The 21-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 4 has a monthly income of around Rs 10,000. He is currently unemployed.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in senior national championship since 2002 and has won medals each year. Raghav registered with Stairs in 2012. He has been selected for the national coaching camp for 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea, 2014.

Raghav’s other achievements include:

  1. Bronze medal in 28th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2013
  2. Participated in 27th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2012
  3. Participated in 26th King’s cup Sepak Takraw World Championship, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011
  4. Silver medal in 5th Federation Cup of Sepak Takraw Championship, 2011
  5. Silver medal in 23th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2013
  6. Silver medal in 22th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2012
  7. Bronze medal in 20th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2010
  8. Silver medal in 19th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2008
  9. Bronze medal in 33th National Games Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007
  10. Silver medal in 34th National Games Sepak Takraw Championship, 2007
  11. Silver medal in 5th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2000

 

Rohan Kumar

Rohan Kumar is son of taxi driver. The14-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011.

Rohan Kumar is son of taxi driver. The14-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 5 has a monthly income of Rs 8,000-10,000. He is studying in 9th class in a government school.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in sub-junior national Championship since 2011 and has won medals each year. Rohan registered with Stairs in 2012.

Rohan’s other achievements include:

  1. 2 Silver medals in 16th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2013
  2. 2 Silver medals in 15th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2012
  3. 2 Silver medals in 14th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2011

 

Adam Ragee Badhwan

Adam Ragee Badhwan’s father is an employee of a private travel agency.

Adam Ragee Badhwan’s father is an employee of a private travel agency. The 14-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 7 has a monthly income of Rs 8,000-10,000. He is studying in 9th class in a Government school.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in sub-junior national Championship since 2011 and has won medals each year. Adam registered with Stairs in 2012.

Adam’s other achievements include:

  1. 2 Silver medals in 16th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2013
  2. 2 Silver medals in 15th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2012
  3. 2 Silver medals in 14th Sub-Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2011

 

Manish Kumar

Manish Kumar is son of an employee of a private travel agency.

Manish Kumar is son of an employee of a private travel agency. The 17-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 5 has a monthly income of between Rs 8,000-10,000. He is studying in 12th class in a Government school.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in sub-junior national Championship since 2011 and has won medals each year. Manish was registered with Stairs in 2012.

Manish’s other achievements include:

  1. Participated in 11th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Madgaon, Goa, 2008
  2. Participated in 12th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2009
  3. Participated in 13th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, 2010
  4. Silver & Bronze medals in Team & Regu event Respectively in 14th Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Belampalli, Hydrabad, 2012
  5. Participated in Team Event in 13th Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Kohima, Nagaland, 2009
  6. Bronze medal in Team Event in Senior Inter SAI Sepak Takraw Championship, Dimapur, Nagaland, 2009
  7. Gold & Silver medals in Regu & Team event Respectively in 16th Junior National Sepak Takraw Champioship, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 2012
  8. Silver medal in Regu event in 59th National School Games at Imphal, Manipur, 2013

 

RISHI KUMAR

Rishi Kumar’s father is employed with a private travel agency.

Rishi Kumar’s father is employed with a private travel agency. The 19-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 5 has a monthly income of between Rs 8,000-10,000.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in sub-junior & junior national Championship since 2007 and has won medals each year. Manish was registered with Stairs in 2012.

Rishi’s other achievements include:

  1. Participated in 11th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Madgaon, Goa, 2008
  2. Participated in 12th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Hydrabad, Andhra Pradesh, 2009
  3. Participated in 13th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 2010
  4. Silver & Bronze medals in Team & Regu event Respectively in 14th Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Belampalli, Hydrabad, 2012
  5. Participated in Team Event in 13th Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Kohima, Nagaland, 2009
  6. Bronze medal in Team Event in Senior Inter SAI Sepak Takraw Championship, Dimapur, Nagaland, 2009
  7. Gold & Silver medals in Regu & Team event Respectively in 16th Junior National Sepak Takraw Champioship, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 2012
  8. Silver & Bronze medals in Regu & Team event Respectively in Inter SAI Sepak Takraw Championship, Imphal, Manipur, 2012
  9. Silver medal in Team event in 24th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Kohima, Nagaland, 2013

Manish Kumar

Manish Kumar is son of Taxi driver. The 19-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011.

Manish Kumar is son of Taxi driver. The 19-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 5 has a monthly income of between Rs 8,000-10,000.

Stairs spotted him during a talent hunt in Majnu Ka Tilla area of Delhi in 2012. Majnu Ka Tilla is inhabited by families belonging to the disadvantaged section of the society. He has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in sub-junior & junior national Championship since 2007 and has won medals each year. Manish was registered with Stairs in 2012.

Manish’s other achievements include:

  1. Participated in 11th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Madgaon, Goa, 2008
  2. Participated in 12th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Hydrabad, Andhra Pradesh, 2009
  3. Participated in 13th Sub – Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 2010
  4. Silver & Bronze medals in Team & Regu event Respectively in 14th Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Belampalli, Hydrabad, 2012
  5. Participated in Team Event in 13th Junior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Kohima, Nagaland, 2009
  6. Bronze medal in Team Event in Senior Inter SAI Sepak Takraw Championship, Dimapur, Nagaland, 2009
  7. Gold & Silver medals in Regu & Team event Respectively in 16th Junior National Sepak Takraw Champioship, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 2012
  8. Silver & Bronze medals in Regu & Team event Respectively in Inter SAI Sepak Takraw Championship, Imphal, Manipur, 2012
  9. Silver medal in Team event in 24th Senior National Sepak Takraw Championship, Kohima, Nagaland, 2013

VIishal Choudhary

VIishal Choudhary’s father is a labourer. The high-point of the Uflex Stairs Cricket

VIishal Choudhary’s father is a labourer. The high-point of the Uflex Stairs Cricket Scholarship Camps has been the selection of Vishal Choudhary, aged 18 years, for the DLF IPL season 5. Vishal is currently undergoing training at DLF Academy, Sahibabad, as part of the practice sessions prior to the commencement of the IPL league matches. Vishal is from a poor economic background. After joining Stairs in 2011 he played state level and national level for UP.

Vishal’s other achievements include:

  1. Represented Uttar Pradesh U-16 National in 2011-12.
  2. Represented Uttar Pradesh U-19 National in 2012-13.

Sumesh Chaurasia

Sumesh Chaurasia is son of a labourer. The 14 year-old from Uttar Pradesh has been selected

Sumesh Chaurasia is son of a labourer. The 14 year-old from Uttar Pradesh has been selected for Under-16 National team. Sumesh has been undergoing training at DLF Academy, Sahibabad. Sumesh is also from a poor economic background. After joining Stairs in 2011 he played state level and national level for UP.

Sumesh Chaurasia other achievements include:

  1. Represented Uttar Pradesh U-16 National in 2011-12.

Vishal Sharma

Vishal Sharma age 25 years is a disabled cricket & Badminton player from Delhi.

Vishal Sharma age 25 years is a disabled cricket & Badminton player from Delhi. He represented Indian Disabled Cricket team in 2011. Vishal is the recipient of the Indira Gandhi Award. He was selected by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment to participate in the Republic Day parade in 2013. He comes from an economically backward family in Mangol Puri of Delhi. He was registered with STAIRS in 2013. He played several state level Disabled cricket tournaments.

Vishal’s other achievements include:

  1. Represented Chandigarh in National Disabled Cricket Tournament, Chandigarh, 2013
  2. Represented Delhi in National Disabled Cricket Tournament, Baroda, 2012
  3. Represented Delhi in National Disabled Badminton Tournament, Karnataka, 2011
  4. Represented Delhi in National Disabled Badminton Tournament, Bangalore, 2010

Mamta Chaudhary

Mamta Chaudhary is an orphan. The 24-year-old comes from an economically backward family.

Mamta Chaudhary is an orphan. The 24-year-old comes from an economically backward family. She is staying with her husband, a CRPF personnel, in Shastri Nagar area of Delhi which is inhabited by the families belonging to the disadvantaged sections of the society. Her family income is 8000-10,000 p.m.

She is also an active Volunteer in STAIRS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME in Delhi. She has been representing the Delhi state Sepak Takraw team in senior national Championship since 2002 and has won medals each year. She was registered with Stairs in 2012. She has been selected for national coaching camp for 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea, 2014.

Saumya Sanchi Srivastava

Miss Saumya Sanchi Srivastava comes from an economically backward family of Jharkhand

Miss Saumya Sanchi Srivastava comes from an economically backward family of Jharkhand which is inhabited by the families belonging to the disadvantaged sections of the society. Her family income is 8000-10,000 p.m.

Miss. Somya Sanchi Srivastav was spotted by Stairs from Jharkhand. She was facilitated from Stairs and has been recipient of monthly scholarship since then.

Saumya Sanchi Srivastava other achievements include:

  1. Gold medal in sub junior category in 1st Asian Classic unequipped men and women power lifting championship, 2012.
  2. Bronze medal in Sr. State Jharkhand power lifting bench press championship, 2012

Ravinder Kamboj

Mr. Ravinder Kamboj is a son of a Farmer.comes from an economically backward family of Fatehabad,

Mr. Ravinder Kamboj is a son of a Farmer.comes from an economically backward family of Fatehabad, Haryana, which is inhabited by the families belonging to the disadvantaged sections of the society. Her family income is 8000-10,000 p.m. He was registered with STAIRS in 201 Mr. Ravinder Kamboj R/o Vill-Mangal Dhani, Post-Bora, Tehsil – Ratia, Dist – Fatehabad is a Para athlete and disabled cricket player.

He played 4 National disabled Cricket tournaments with Chandigarh Team and represented Haryana state as a Para athlete in shot put.

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