The athletes in the country have been contending at the global level, and we saw how their performance have been improving. However, it’s unfortunate that it’s not up to the level at which Indian talent could be justified with more than a population of 1.3 billion, not to mention that the average age of Indian is 29 years old. 0 to 14 years old is 35.3%, and below eighteen years old is 41%. We think our country should be doing much better when it comes to sports.

According to a report published by KPMG’s Business of Sport:
"The country's sports sector is going through a significant transition. In February 2016, the government accorded industry status to sports infrastructure, which is expected to attract investments from the private sector, thereby not limiting its role to just Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities and non-profit organisations."

We truly believe that Research and Development is the answer to this advancement. Here at ASSRM, we have undergraduate programs that have performed numerous research projects. Currently, we are working on several development initiatives.

On top of that, our graduate programs have been structured to integrate digitalisation and technology. We are proud to say that we are currently in the process of securing international partnerships too. Our students go through internships and industrial training throughout their B.Sc. program. That allows them to become industry-ready after they graduate.