Shapla Krira Institute (SKI)

In Brief About Shapla Krira Institute (SKI)

The Shapla krira Institute (SKI) was created with the aim of providing quality cricket training and the opportunity to learn from experts the art of cricket in a fun, safe and innovative environment.

In order to provide easy access to as many children between the ages of 6 to 18 as possible, the SKI is located at Keshorhat Degree College Ground in Mohanpur Upazila.This all-year round academy integrates the best in cricketing techniques, technology and coaches to develop a World-Class Cricketer of Tomorrow.

For the overall development of the young cricketer we follow the principles of Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) in our training program which are expertly done by our experienced coaches in this field. Ideas and drills from other sports are incorporated into cricket training to help our cricketer fast track their learning of complex cricket skills, while at the same time improve their physical literacy.

At the end of each program players will be tested and evaluated individually and will receive a certificate of competency or participation depending on the result.

Our Vission

Is to create a cricket environment on a daily basis, without boundaries, and provide the opportunity for all people, regardless of age, race, religion, culture, disabilities, or background, therefore reaching our transformation targets, to play quality cricket in a friendly and positive environment in the true spirit of the game. To be the leader of cricket development, promotion, and endorsement in all forms and formats, as well as the most successful cricket club in Bangladesh. To provide an environment for participation, learning, and success that is the values strong leadership and to foster youth, sportsmanship, excellence, and professionalism on the field and in the community. SHAPLA KRIRA INSTITUTE will lead through example through our capable Board, coaches, and captains to ensure that we live our values with loyalty, pride, and fun. Lastly, to continuously improve the coaching facilities to establish a suitable and safe coaching environment.

Our Mission

1.To provide an environment for participation, learning and success that is underpinned by the international ethos, SHAPLA KRIRA INSTITUTE values and strong leadership.
2.To foster youth, sportsmanship, excellence and professionalism on the field and in the community.
3. SHAPLA KRIRA INSTITUTE will lead through the example of our committee, coaches and captains to ensure that we live our values with loyalty, pride and fun.
4.To provide a safe and friendly environment for cricketers, support staff and family and friends.
5.To play within the true spirit of the game.
6.To provide all aspiring cricketers the chance to develop and improve their cricket.
7.To promote the development of junior players to senior cricketers.
8.To promote the growth of the club in the local community.

Our Department

Cricket

Our Activities

Shapla Krira Institute works for Students as a co-curriculum activities beside the academic education. Our main activities to trained up a student for playing cricket. Sports is very important for a man. Here we work on it. Everyone Knows about the importance of fitness and exercise for kids. To ensure with our expert the benefits of sports for students. Playing a sport is a great way for children to take a break from academics and release the pent-up energy. It also helps them lead fuller and happier lives as regular sports and fitness activities have proven to provide not only physical benefits but also social and psychological benefits to children.

Below, we have compiled a comprehensive list that we are work for the benefits of sports for students and what your child will gain by playing sports or indulging in regular physical activity.

1. Character Building Training

Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem

Several studies suggest playing sports develops a child’s self-confidence and self-esteem. A pat on the back, high-five from a teammate, or handshake after a match really boosts a child’s confidence. Words of praise and encouragement from the coach, parents and other players raise the self-esteem. An important thing to remember is that a child’s self-esteem should not be distinguished by victory or loss. Constructive criticism is key to children accepting and working on their weaknesses.

Patience

Practice plays a large role in improving performance in any sport or activity. ‘Practice makes you perfect’ but guess what practice and perfection need? Patience. Athletics teach kids how to keep practicing and be patient in order to see the results.

Respect Authority

Following a set of rules, accepting decisions and taking direction is a big part of playing any sport. Through playing a game, children learn how to respect coaches, referees, peers and other elders.

Manage Emotions

We know how emotions run high in sports – whether watching a sport or playing it. Channeling negative emotions can be tough for children and a good coach will help them realize how negative emotional stress could hurt their performance. Such wisdom ingrained earlier on in life will help them deal with other life challenges later on.

Social skills

Kids playing sports learn to interact not only with kids their age, but also with the older and younger players on the team, the coach, sports authorities, etc. They also develop a sense of belonging and get an opportunity to make new friends. These communication and social skills help them in their future relationships and careers.

Accept defeat

In sports, just like in life, one cannot win all the time. Playing a sport teaches children this truth early on in life. Therefore, children learn how to accept defeat and lose graciously. They learn how not to get disheartened and to get back up and try again. It also teaches them about healthy competition.

Leadership Skills

Becoming captain or aspiring to become one, naturally teaches children how to become good leaders – how to talk to other teammates, manage team emotions, take one for the team, etc. They also put these skills to use outside the pitch or court making them good leaders that others want to follow.

Discipline

Every sport requires some mental, physical and tactical discipline. Following rules, obeying the coach, practicing restraint, etc. are all forms of discipline children learn through sports. Discipline enables people to reach their full potential and realize their goals – a trait prevalent in all successful people.

Perseverance

Just like patience and practice, sports also need perseverance and dedication. There are highs and lows during practice sessions and matches. Kids learn to power through and persevere even during the bad times, thus becoming more resilient. Practicing perseverance at a young age gives them better coping skills and critical thinking skills to face bigger adversities in the future.

Teamwork

“There’s no I in team”. Children learn that the team cannot win unless they all work together and play to each other’s strengths. They also learn how to become less selfish and not let ego get the best of them. Working together is an important trait in today’s life and learning how to do so early on helps kids become better team players in professional life.

Lifelong Habits

Sports teaches children to take care of their bodies through proper food choices and stretching. It also instills such fitness habits in them that they carry forward into adulthood, keeping any health problem at bay.

2. Physiological Training

Reduced Risk of Obesity

The more active a person is, the more calories the person will burn. Fitness helps in preventing fat to be accumulated in the body and reducing the risk of obesity and obesity-related diseases.

Strengthens Lungs

The more you exercise, the more efficient your lungs become, thus increasing their capacity. This means, the lungs start drawing in more oxygen and expelling out more carbon dioxide and other gasses. Regular exercise also helps prevent the decline in oxygen intake that occurs naturally with age or inactivity.

Helps prevent Cancer

Research shows that regular fitness activities lowers the incidence of cancer especially cancers of the colon, prostate, uterine and breast.

Improved Sleep

Physical exertion improves sleep quality and duration. It also reduces the risk of developing sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, insomnia and restless leg syndrome.

Increased Cardiovascular Fitness

The heart is a muscle. And just like other muscles, its performance and endurance improves when regularly challenged with physical exercise. The heart becomes stronger and more efficient when children play sports. A strong heart means a reduced risk of heart disease.

Reduces Blood Sugar Levels

Exercise triggers muscles to use up the sugar in the bloodstream by turning the glucose into energy. This helps in keeping sugar levels down and reduces the risk of developing diabetes.

Improves co-ordination and Balance

Playing any sport requires some hand-eye and foot-eye co-ordination. As children learn a new sport, their co-ordination and balance improve remarkably.

Reduces Chronic Muscular tension

Playing any sport requires some hand-eye and foot-eye co-ordination. As children learn a new sport, their co-ordination and balance improve remarkably.

Healthy Growth

Physical stress caused by exercise helps muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones to become healthier and stronger. The bone density also increases, reducing the risk of osteoporosis – a condition which makes the bones porous and fragile.

Regulates Blood Pressure

Exercise is one of the best remedies to reduce stress levels. As stress goes down, the blood pressure also goes down, reducing the risk of heart disease. Regular sport activities also reduce the amount of harmful cholesterol and fats in the blood, contributing to regulating the blood pressure.

Improves Energy Levels

Regular exercise makes people more energetic in general and reduces the likelihood of getting tired during the day.

Creates happiness

Physical stimulation releases beta-endorphins, a substance hundred times more potent than morphine. It also increases the levels of serotonin in the central nervous system causing an increase in appetite, and the feeling of well-being. Serotonin also reduces mental depression. The loss in weight through exercise further accentuates the feeling of happiness.

3. Performance Enhancement

Academic Performance

Participating in athletics has been known to improve the cognitive and memory functions of the brain, helping kids perform better in tests and academics. Further, traits such as discipline and perseverance also play an important part in better academic performance.

Help To Find their Passion

Some kids who perform exceptionally well in a sport and enjoy it thoroughly decide to turn their talent into their passion and career. Such passion gained early on helps them develop their focus and work towards achieving their dream.

Stay on the Right Track

Playing a sport requires some discipline and dedication. It also means lesser free time to spare. Due to this, kids are less likely to take in to bad habits such as smoking. They also get more exposure to positive role models who help them broaden their horizons and make better life decisions.

Our Team Member

Murshed Zaman

Focal Person (SKI)

Mostofa Al Maruf

Ass. Manager (Team Leader)

Md Delwar hossain

Trainer (Cricket)

Md Raihan Ahamed

Assistant Trainer (Cricket)

Success Record

Contact Details

Location: Keshorhat Degree College, Keshorhat, Mohanpur, Rajshahi – 6220
Mobile: 01726852783

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