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National Games and Khelo India Youth Games 2023: Medal Tally Insights and Gujarat NMMS Result



As the sporting landscape continues to evolve, two significant events have garnered attention – the 36th National Games and the Khelo India Youth Games 2023. In this comprehensive overview, we will delve into the latest medal tallies from both events, highlighting key achievements and providing additional insights into the Gujarat NMMS Result 2023.

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Curtains came down on the Khelo India Youth Games 2022 Madhya Pradesh (KIYG2022MP) India’s “Youth Olympics”, at the beautiful Upper Lake area of the Madhya Pradesh (M.P)’s state capital. Jaiveer Motwani of Maharashtra and Punjab’s Jasnoor Kaur, claimed the title of the fastest boy and girl swimmers of the games, after winning the Boys and Girls 50m freestyle event on the final day, at the Prakash Tarun Pushkar pool in the city.

Jaiveer Motwani receiving the Gold Medal from Hon. Union Minister of State for Home and Union Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Shri. Nisith Pramanik.Jaiveer Motwani receiving the Gold Medal from Hon. Union Minister of State for Home and Union Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Shri. Nisith Pramanik. | SOUVIK

Maharashtra, with a haul of 56 gold, 55 silver and 50 bronze medals emerged the overall champions, while Haryana (40 golds) and hosts Madhya Pradesh (M.P) with 39 golds were second and third respectively.

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The Closing Ceremony was attended among others by the Shri. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Hon. Chief Minister, M.P, Shri. Anurag Singh Thakur, Hon. Minister for Information and Broadcasting and Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India and Smt. Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Hon. Minster for Sports and Youth Welfare, Government of M.P. An hour-long Champions Bus parade was also organized before the Closing Ceremony, which was flagged off from the Hon. Chief Minister’s residence by the Hon. Chief Minister himself.

The parade and the Closing Ceremony were preceded by the final Day 13 of sporting competitions, with eight golds in Swimming and five in Wrestling to be decided.

Heading 1: 36th National Games Medal Tally The 36th National Games, a showcase of India’s sporting prowess, has seen athletes from across the nation compete at the highest level. The medal tally serves as a testament to the dedication and skill displayed by participants. As of the latest update, the tally includes gold, silver, and bronze medals earned by athletes in various disciplines. [Include current statistics and rankings in a chart for a visual representation.]

Heading 2: Khelo India Youth Games 2023 Medal Tally Simultaneously, the Khelo India Youth Games 2023, a platform dedicated to nurturing young talent, has witnessed intense competition among aspiring athletes. The medal tally reflects the outstanding performances across different age groups and sports categories. [Present up-to-date medal statistics in a chart to highlight the distribution of medals among states and athletes.]

Heading 3: Insights into Medal Distribution Analyzing the medal distribution provides valuable insights into the strengths and specialties of participating states. States with a strong focus on specific sports may dominate in those categories, contributing to their overall position in the medal tally. Understanding these trends helps in evaluating the sporting landscape and identifying areas for improvement and development.

Heading 4: Impact on Indian Sports Landscape The National Games and Khelo India Youth Games play a crucial role in shaping the future of Indian sports. Beyond the immediate celebration of victories, these events inspire the next generation of athletes, promote sportsmanship, and contribute to the overall development of sports infrastructure across the country. The medal tallies reflect the progress made and shed light on the areas that need further attention and investment.

Heading 5: Gujarat NMMS Result 2023 Merit List Shifting focus to educational initiatives, the Gujarat NMMS (National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship) Result 2023 has been eagerly anticipated. This scholarship program aims to support meritorious students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The merit list showcases the top-performing students who have excelled in the NMMS examination, highlighting their academic achievements and potential for future success.

Heading 6: Merit List Criteria and Significance The Gujarat NMMS Result 2023 merit list is compiled based on the performance of students in the examination, considering factors such as scores, category-wise rankings, and eligibility criteria. The merit list serves as a recognition of academic excellence and provides deserving students with the opportunity to avail themselves of the NMMS scholarship, promoting inclusivity and equal access to education.

Chart: Gujarat NMMS Result 2023 Merit List Overview [Create a chart displaying key information from the Gujarat NMMS Result 2023 merit list, such as top-performing students, their scores, and any additional noteworthy achievements.]

Maharashtra dominate the pool as Jasnoor creates new record

Champions Maharashtra, also dominated proceedings in the Swimming pool. Even on Day 13, they picked up three of the eight gold medals up for grabs, including Jaiveer’s gold and their leading light Apeksha Fernandes, who bagged her fifth gold of the games, with a win in the Girls 50m breaststroke in a time of 33.92 secs. Besides, they also won the Boys 4x100m relay to amass a haul of 26 medals from the pool, including 14 golds. Karnataka were next best with six golds and a haul of 25 medals.

The star of the final day in the pool however was Punjab’s Jasnoor, whose win in the Girls 50m freestyle came with a new national youth and meet record time of 26.92 secs.

Delhi dominates the mat

At the Wrestling mat inside the T.T. Nagar stadium, Delhi grapplers dominated the final day winning three of the five golds on offer. Ramandeep won the Boys 92kg Greco Roman category, defeating state-mate Hardeep Rath in the final. Women wrestlers Neha Sharma and Shiksha also won golds.

Haryana also picked up a gold through Sachin Mor in the Boys 80kg and while Rajasthan’s Lalit Kumar won the Boys 55kg category.

The Champions Bus parade

The hour-long Champions bus parade travelled through different parts of the city, making a couple of stops in between at pre-notified checkpoints. Artists on floats performed traditional martial arts like Kalarripayattu and Gatka, besides performances by Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) exponents and football, rope and cycle artists. Champion athlete and Olympic medalist Gagan Narang, was also at hand to address the champions at the first checkpoint while Emcees and dance performances kept the crowds engaged at all times.

The Closing Ceremony: Elegant, Immaculate and Slick

The Closing Ceremony was immaculately planned. It began once the Champions and dignitaries deboarded the bus and entered the venue and flute player Anirban Roy set the ball rolling, with a wonderful rendition of Vande Matram. The Hon. Smt. Scindia then gave the welcome address, before Hon. Shri Thakur and the Hon. Chief Minister, made their addresses. In between a couple of films were aired, among them one titled Ek Bharat Shresht Bharat, which captivated the audience.

The felicitations followed and one by one all key sponsors, including State Bank of India (SBI), Sports for All and Dream Sports were felicitated. The winners followed next and the biggest cheer was reserved for the hosts Madhya Pradesh, who took home the 2nd Runner Up Trophy with a haul of 39 gold, 30 silver and 27 bronze medals. Haryana were awarded the 1st Runner Up Trophy for their haul of 40 gold, 28 silver and 50 bronze medals.

The final and most coveted award went to the champion state Maharashtra with a haul 56 gold, 55 silver and 49 bronze medals, who were then called on stage and presented with the glittering Winners Trophy.

The Ceremony ended with a wonderful choreographed dance performance to the popular Anthem of the games, “Hindustan ka Dil Dhadka do” and photo opportunities of the winners with the dignitaries.

KIYG2022MP in numbers

The KIYG2022MP saw over 6000 athletes and support staff from 36 states and union territories of the country converge into nine cities over 13 days of competition in 27 sporting disciplines. Eight of those cities, Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Maheshwar, Balaghat, Mandla, Jabalpur and Gwalior, were spread across the vast central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh (M.P), while the national capital Delhi, hosted the track cycling events. Maharashtra topped the medal tally with Haryana and hosts M.P finishing as 1st and 2nd Runner Up respectively. A total of 25 national youth records were shattered by 12 athletes during the period of the games.


The 36th National Games and Khelo India Youth Games 2023 have brought forth exceptional sporting achievements, as reflected in the respective medal tallies. Additionally, the Gujarat NMMS Result 2023 merit list underlines the significance of supporting academic excellence. Together, these events contribute to the holistic development of individuals, fostering a culture of excellence in both sports and education across the nation.

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