Awards & Honours Current Affairs - 2019
Awards and Honours in Current Affairs 2019 with latest winners of various awards in India and world. Current Affairs list of awards and prize won in India and world for 2019.
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Unlike in past, Ministry of Sports for year 2019 had formed a single selection committee for evaluating and deciding on all awards including both performance and coaching. The final list of sportsperson for annual sports awards for 2019 across various disciplines and achievements was recently released.
This 12-member selection committee was headed by Justice Mukundakam Sharma (retired Supreme Court judge) and members included- Mary Kom, Bhaichung Bhutia, Anjum Chopra, Anju Bobby George and Kamlesh Mehta besides representatives from Sports Authority of India and sports ministry.
The final recommendations by the 12-member selection committee include a massive 19-member list for Arjuna Awards and 6 for Dronacharya Award for coaching- 3 each in regular and lifetime categories.
Awards are presented every year on 29 August, observed as National Sports Day (Major Dhyan Chand’s birthday).
List of Sports-persons nominated for various awards
Here’s the complete list of recommendations forwarded by selection committee for 2019 sporting awards.
Bajrang Punia (wrestling), Deepa Malik (para-athletics)
It is given for most spectacular and outstanding performance by a sportsperson over a period of 4 years immediately preceding year (the year before) during which sportsperson is awarded.
It includes a medal, a certificate, ceremonial dress and cash prize of ₹7.50 lakh.
It was started in 1961. It carries a scroll, a bronze statue of Arjuna and cash prize of Rs.500,000.
19 sportsperson Nominated: Ravindra Jadeja (cricket), Chinglensana Singh Kangujam (hockey), Ajay Thakur (kabaddi), Tajinder Pal Singh Toor (athletics), Mohammed Anas Yahiya (athletics), Sundar Singh Gurjar (para sports-athletics), S Bhaskaran (body building), Sonia Lather (boxing), Gaurav Singh Gill (motor sports), Bhamidipati Sai Praneeth (badminton), Pramod Bhagat (para sports-badminton), Anjum Moudgil (shooting), Harmeet Rajul Desai (table tennis), Pooja Dhanda (wrestling), Fouaad Mirza (equestrian), Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (football), Poonam Yadav (cricket), Simran Singh Shergill (polo), Swapna Burman (athletics).
Dronacharya Award (regular category):
Coach: Vimal Kumar (badminton), Sandeep Gupta (table tennis) and Mohinder Singh Dhillon (athletics)
Dronacharya Award (Lifetime Category):
Coach: Mezban Patel (hockey), Rambir Singh Khokar (kabaddi) and Sanjay Bhardwaj (cricket)
Dhyan Chand Award:
Manuel Fredricks (hockey), Arup Basak (table tennis), Manoj Kumar (wrestling), Nitten Kirrtane (tennis) and C Lalremsanga (archery).
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA) Trophy
Punjab University, Chandigarh – Overall winner university
Guru Nanak Dev University (Amritsar)- 1st runner up
Punjabi University (Patiala) – 2nd runner up
Tags: Arjuna Award 2019 • Bajrang Punia • Deepa Malik • Dhyan Chand Award 2019 • Dronacharya Award (Lifetime Category) • Justice Mukundakam Sharma Ccommittee • Khel Ratna 2019 • Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA) Trophy • Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs • National Sports Awards 2019
President of India Ramnath Kovind awarded Maharshi Badrayan Vyas Samman to following scholars of Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, Pali, Prakrit, Classical Kannada, Classical Telugu, Classical Malayalam and Classical Odiya for year 2019: –
Maharshi Badrayan Vyas Samman Awardees
SANSKRIT: (1) Dr. Ashok thapliyal; (2) Prof. SujataTripathi; (3) Dr.Sanju Mishra; (4) Dr. Abhijit Hanmant Joshi; (5) Dr.SharachchandraDwivedi
PALI: Anoma Shriram Sakhare
PRAKRIT: Ashish Kumar Jain
ARABIC: Dr. Fauzan ahmad
PERSIAN: (1) ER.M. Shahbaz Alam
CLASSICAL KANNADA: (1)G B harisha; (2) S. Karthik; (3) Dr. M. Byrappa
CLASSICAL TELUGU: (1) Dr. Addanki Srinivas; (2) Dr. V. Triveni; (3) Dr. DK Prabhakar
CLASSICAL MALAYALAM: (1) Dr. Rajeev RR; (2) Shri Santhosh Thottingal
CLASSICAL ODIA: Dr. Subrat Kumar Prusty
In addition to this President also awarded certificate of honor to following scholars of Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, Pali, Prakrit, Classical Kannada, Classical Telugu, Classical Malayalam and Classical Odiya for year 2019.
List of Awardees of Certificate of Honor –
SANSKRIT: (1) Sripada Satyanarayanamurthy; (2) RajendraNathSarma; (3) Prof. Ramji Thakur; (4) Prof. Chand KiranSaluja; (5) Dr. ShriKrishan Sharma; (6) Dr. V. Ramakrishna Bhatt; (7) Vidwan Janardana Hegde; (8) Dr. Kala acharya; (9) Prof. (Dr.) Harekrishna Satapathy; (10) Pandit Satya Dev Sharma; (11) Banwari Lal Gaur; (12) Dr. VS Karunakaran; (13) Prof. Yugal Kishor Mishra; (14) Pandit Manudev Bhattacharya; (15) Subuddhi Charan Goswami
PALI: Dr. Uma Shankar Vyas
PRAKRIT: Kamal Chand Sogani
ARABIC: (1) Faizanullah Farooqi; (2) Mohammad iqbal Husain; (3) Dr Mohd. Samiullah Khan
PERSIAN: (1) Dr. Iraq Raza Zaidi; (2) Chander Shekhar (3) Mohammad sidiq Niazmand
CLASSICAL KANNADA: Shri Hampa Nagarajaiah
CLASSICAL TELUGU: Ravva Srihari
CLASSICAL MALAYALAM: Dr.CP Achuthan Unny
CLASSICAL ODIA: Dr. Antaryami mishra
About Maharshi Badrayan Vyas Samman
The awards are annually conferred on the Independence Day. They were instituted in 2002 by Union Ministry of Human Resource Development.
It is awarded to young scholars between 30 to 45 years of age. It carries a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh.
These awards conferred to recognise contribution of scholars in the field of nine languages viz. Sanskrit, Prakrit, Persian, Pali, Arabic, Classical Oriya, Classical Kannada, Classical Malayalam and Classical Telugu.
Certificate of Honour
It was introduced in 1958 to honour scholars of Sanskrit, Persian and Arabic languages and later in 1996 it was extended to cover Prakrit and Pali as well.
It is awarded to scholars aged 60 years and above. It carries a cash prize of Rs. 5,00,000.
NOTE Exemptions: These awards are not given posthumously and to scholars who have been awarded earlier, or who are convicted in criminal case or against whom criminal case is pending in court.