Indian Rural Olympic Association

Registered under Indian Society Registration Act. 1860 ,  Ministry of Micro,Small and Medium Enterprises .   Not affiliated  or recognized by IOA or IOC.  Recognized by FIT INDIA

About Us

IROI, Indian Rural Olympic Association, Registered Under Indian Society Act. 1860,  (Registration No. 399 of 2015) is formed to promote Indian Rural Games and Sports in India and abroad.   Indian Rural Olympic Association has no relation with International Olympic Association or Indian Olympic Association.    For us the Olympic is used as and movement only not for Olympics.   As per ministry of sports rules and regulation we need minimum 3 years of successful working to be recognized by them.  This is our initial period.  The fees that we collect from players is nominal.  This fees is spent for sports facilities e.g.,  food, stay, ground, medals, trophies, transportation, officials, sports wear, office expenses etc.   We do not claim that the certificates issued by IROA will help you to get Government job and sports quota in colleges etc. We assure our players that we will try our best to provide them hassle free, corruption free and better sports environment.  I.R.O.A. also provide financial assistant to economically weak players as per its financial condition.  The two main objects of IROI are

1. To promote Rural Games in all over India and world.

2. To promote and develop international games in rural areas of India.

Aims and Objects :

  1. To promote, develop, the general welfare, betterment and advancement and all other welfare measures to the members.
  1. To start, manage, maintain mahila wings, youth wings, social-economic programs, sports clubs, condensed courses, schools of all fields, self-development committees / sangams.
  1. To promote, develop and encourage Indian rural games and sports at national level in each and every part in India.
  1. To promote, develop and training of International games in rural area of India.
  1. To provide facilities for training and coaching in rural games and sports.
  1. To enforce all rules and regulations of the International body in so far as they are related to rural games and sports.
  1. To be official organization in complete and sole charge of all rural games and sports matters in India and to select India’s rural games team for participation in International rural games championship.
  1. To authorize persons to form state rural Olympic association to promote rural sports in each and every part of India.
  1. To take disciplinary action against any affiliated state/unit or organization for misbehavior or any undesirable activity bringing discredit to the country and rural games and sports or which is prejudicial to the interest of the society and for not organizing meets at the state level and sending teams for various competitions.