All 15 Olympic quota winners will be a part of the camp which will take place at a total cost of Rs 1.43 crore, according to a statement issued by SAI.
The AAP government said such steps will help the industry generate more employment through higher demand and will set an example of the 'Delhi Model' of ease of doing business
In an e-mail to the shooters, NRAI secretary Rajiv Bhatia wrote, "Due to administrative compulsions, the coaching camp proposed from 5th October, 2020 in Rifle/Pistol events at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Ranges, New Delhi is postponed."
NRAI defers national camp for Olympic core group citing health concerns after shooting coach tests positive for COVID-19
The training was postponed on last Thursday after a shooting coach at the camp's venue Dr Karni Singh Range tested positive for COVID-19.
Shooters such as World Cup medallist Sanjeev Rajput, Manu Bhaker and Anish Bhanwala have been training at the facility for the last few days alongside shotgun marksmen like Sheeraz Sheikh and Mairaj Ahmad Khan.
SAI, in a press release, said the coach intimated the result of her COVID-19 test to them on Thursday but since she did not come in contact with any of the shooters, the facility will remain open for training.
Shooter Sanjeev Rajput happy to return to outdoor training after lockdown, hoping to make up for lost time
Rajput was left to do simulation shooting for weeks after the COVID-19 pandemic led to a nationwide lockdown, including immediate suspension of all sporting activities, in March.
Hoping for a mid-August resumption of camps for its Olympics core group after weeks of inactivity, the NRAI office-bearers have a meeting scheduled for 15 July to review the situation and explore various options
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC's approval of ISSF's updated qualification system could see India seal another shooting quota
Indian shooters were primed for success at the Tokyo Games before the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic led to a one-year postponement
Coronavirus Outbreak: NRAI chief Raninder Singh says association will 'firm up' plans to resume training, competition
NRAI on Monday said it will firm up plans to resume outdoor training of shooters after the home ministry permitted reopening of sports complexes during the fourth phase of the COVID-19 lockdown.
National Rifle Association of India nominates Anjum Moudgil for Khel Ratna, Jaspal Rana for Dronacharya Award
The 26-year-old Moudgil, who started shooting in 2008, is among the first two Indians to have secured quota places in the sport for the Tokyo Olympics.
Urgent relief needed for survival of restaurant industry; unemployment pay cover for employees needed: NRAI
NRAI also recommended that the benefit of PF contribution scheme should be extended wherein the state bears the PF contribution of both employees and the employers, to companies employing up to 1,000 persons.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pandemic slowdown threatens restaurants with bitter aftertaste; customers, spending likely to plunge
Even when the situation normalises however, restaurateurs fear that business will not bounce back in a hurry and people will socialise less in crowded restaurants.
It was decided to hold the tournament in two parts – Rifle and Pistol competitions from 5- 12 May, while Shotgun competitions from 2-9 June.
Coronavirus Outbreak: After Munich World Cup is cancelled, pressure on NRAI to cancel New Delhi event
The Delhi World Cup, scheduled from March 15-26, was postponed barely four days before the start of the event. It was decided to hold the tourney in two parts ― rifle and pistol competitions from 5-12 May, and shotgun events from 2-9 June.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian shooters to be provided shooting range simulators to practice at home during lockdown
As with everything else, the COVID-19 crisis has left the shooters with no option but to stop their outdoor practice and stay at home
Coronavirus pandemic: National Rifle Association of India postpones Olympic selection committee meeting, coaching camps
In view of the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Rifle Association of India decided to postpone its Olympic selection committee meeting
NRAI urges members to shut down restaurants till 31 March in view of rising health risks; to seek stakeholders support to mitigate losses
NRAI said the industry body will work with all its stakeholders in the ecosystem; from landlords to various departments of the government, banks and financial institutions and seek their support in mitigating losses as far as possible.
Indian sports, athletes feel impact of coronavirus in Olympic year; shooting world cup postponed, Sports Authority of India on alert
India's top athletes such as PV Sindhu and Bajrang Punia spoke about the adverse impact that the coronavirus crisis has had on their Olympic preparations
ISSF New Delhi World Cup: Organising body postpones event amid growing concerns over coronavirus outbreak
The ISSF shooting World Cup, scheduled to start from 15 March in the national capital has been postponed amid growing concerns over the outbreak of coronavirus.