Free Archery Camp for beginners




The Government of Karnataka in association with Karnataka State
Archery Association is organizing "Archery Camp" on 19th & 20th March,
2011 in
the premises of Sree Kanteerava Stadium, B’lore. This is to encourage
and create awareness in the game of Archery in the State.

This camp is primarily meant for the beginners/amateurs without
age limitations.

1. Open to groups of IT and BT employees/Journalists.
2. Open to other individuals.
3. Open to groups from Educational Institutions.
4. No age restrictions.
5. No entrance fee or any other fee.
6. Professional Archers are not eligible.

Interested persons may attend the practice/coaching session on
19-03-2011 between 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM. The competition will be held
on Sunday 20th March, 2011 from 10.00 AM onwards. All participants
will be given a Certificate from the Government of Karnataka.

Kindly confirm the approximate number of participants from your
side. For any additional information and entry please contact Deputy
Director, Sports Authority of Karnataka, Kasturba Road, Bangalore-01.

Phone No: 080-22214044/25424322/2215601
Fax No : 080-22244962/22215602/22275656
Mobile No: 9845615584/9483502800/9449345445

Yours faithfully

Director General



  1. Jagdeesh Laxman Singh says:

    Request you to email me of the next Archery Camp at Bangalore please, thanks a lot. I am a 51 year old male residing at Bangalore, close to Kanteerva Stadium.

    Jagdeesh Laxman Singh

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