The Youth Sports Development Foundation of India (YSDF) is an autonomous entity registered under Trust Act (INDIA), aspiring to promote professionalism in sports and establishment of quality standards in educational organizations preferably in rural and semi-urban regions of India.
Register under:- Indian Govt. Trust Act, International Standard Organization Certified Foundation, Ministry of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises. , NITI Ayog Goverment of India, Quality Council Of India (QCI)
Associated With:- Asia Youth Sports Development Foundation, World Youth Sports Development Foundation
Pledge with:- National Commission for Women-India Goverment of India ,Rashtriya Ekta Diwas Pledge Goverment of India, National Human Rights Commission –India Goverment of India , World Soil Day Pledge Goverment of India , Fuel Conservation Pledge Goverment of India , Namami Gange Pledge Goverment of India and Khelo India Goverment of India .
International Members with :- International Sport and Culture Association
ISCA Member :- International School Sports Federation
ISSF Recongized By:- International Olympics Committee
ISSF Parteners:- Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF),United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Special Olympi
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