According to the coverage of the International Chess Federations’ (FIDE), Chess ought to be included in school stage research curriculum. It is carried out in totally different nations internationally. AICF and AOCA have chosen Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) because the first school for introducing Chess in its tutorial curriculum.
AICF secretary Bhagat Singh Chouhan, AICF president Sanjay Kapoor, Ranjan Mohanty, president of AOCA, and Debabrata Bhatta, secretary of AOCA, introduced this right here on Saturday that the KISS will be the maiden enterprise in together with Chess in its research curriculum.
“This programme will be managed by the International Chess Federation, while KIIT and KISS will provide the required infrastructure. FIDE and AICF will extend all sorts of cooperation,” stated official sources.
KIIT and KISS founder Achyuta Samanta stated this initiative will allow many Chess gamers of KISS together with gamers from Odisha to get worldwide publicity. “Students will get immense help from this programme. We will see many tribal students will become Chess players in the future. Besides, this game will help students in their mental growth,” he added.
Sources stated the KISS had mentioned with AICF final 12 months relating to the introduction of this recreation in the educational curriculum based mostly on the energy of its infrastructure, coaches and services. AICF had communicated with Samanta on this matter.
“As a leading promoter of the game, Samanta gave a green signal to AICF for starting this programme. Subsequently, all arrangements have been made to include Chess in the study curriculum of KISS from the 2021-22 academic session,” stated a launch issued by the KIIT and KISS.
KIIT and KISS have been selling this recreation over the last one decade ensuing in the emergence of many nationwide and worldwide Chess gamers from these establishments. These two establishments are additionally holding totally different native, nationwide and worldwide stage Chess championships for the promotion of Chess gamers together with the sport.
Among others, Gaganendu Dash, director of sports activities, KIIT-DU, and lots of senior functionaries of AICF and AOCA have been current on the event.