Basically, sport is defined as an activity involving physical exertions and skills. We believe in promoting Sports as a medium of learning among the youth in both rural and urban fronts. Studies have shown that sport has psychological benefits for children and adolescents and teaches them important life skills by strengthening their bodies and minds.


Development from sport goes beyond learning new physical skills. Sport helps children in developing better ways to cope with the highs and lows of life. While playing sport, children learn to lose. Being a good loser takes maturity and practice. Children learn to bounce back from disappointment, cope with unpleasant experiences, control their emotions and channel negative feelings in a positive way.

Discipline & Time Management

Constructive use of time and discipline is a major characteristic of any sportsperson. When students play sports, they need to show the commitment of time to be at a particular place on a particular time everyday as a part of their routine. They must be patient and disciplined which will enable them to cope with criticism and setbacks.

Team Work & Collaboration

Sport is all about teamwork. Shalini Chugh Foundation encourages team sports such as Hockey, Cricket and Volley Ball etc. which gives a sense of identity to an individual belonging to a group. Such sports encourage children to showcase their talent and collaborate with their team members which develop their communication skills.