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Fit India Prabhat Pheri 2020

Based on the call of our Honourable PM Mr. Modi, Fit India will be launching Fit India Prabhat Pheri advocating the message “फिटनेस का डोज़ – आधा घंटा रोज़” campaign in December 2020.

Fit India Prabhat Pheri can be organised by city councils, villages, panchayats, societies, RWA’s, NGO’s and special interest groups across India. You can also start a Fit India Prabhat Pheri group by involving your organisation, community, family and friends.

Prabhat Pheri is one of the ethnic Indian ways to promote a fit and healthy India. People in Indian villages have been taking part in early morning processions since ancient times chanting songs and using musical instruments. This activity can spread the benefits of fitness which will bring in a positive change in the local communities.

  • Village, Town or City Council/ Panchayat/ Anganwadi / Block
  • Society or RWA
  • Interest Groups
  • NGOs
  • Communities
  • Schools/ Colleges and Universities

Organisers must ensure that all “Fit India Prabhat Pheri” events are listed on www.fitindia.gov.in portal and are non-commercial in nature.

Fit India Cyclothon 2020

Fit India Mission will be organising the Fit India Cyclothon from December 2020.

Fit India Cyclothon can be organised by cycling groups, schools, colleges, organisations, councils, panchayats, corporations, societies, RWA’s, NGO’s, special interest groups across India. You can also start a Fit India Cyclothon group by involving your organisation, community, family and friends.

Cycling is one of the best ways to remain fit and healthy. It is the new craze that combines fitness with fun and allows us to maintain social distancing.

  • Village, Town or City Council/ Panchayat/ Anganwadi / Block
  • Your Workplace
  • Society or RWA
  • Interest Groups
  • Corporate and Industry bodies
  • Schools/ Colleges and Universities
  • NGOs
  • Communities
  • Individuals

Organisers must ensure that all “Fit India Cyclothon” events are listed on www.fitindia.gov.in portal and are non-commercial in nature. Further, Individual Participants should also ensure that they register themselves as well.

  • Fit India Cyclothon can be organised by any government or private organisation, schools, colleges, universities, individuals, groups, RWAs and communities to create awareness on fitness through cycling.
  • Guidelines in relation to COVID-19 issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs and relevant state bodies to be duly complied with.
  • To become an organiser, you must register online on gov.in
  • As an organiser, you will be responsible for conceptualizing, executing and ensuring a smooth and successful Fit India Cyclothon event to maximize public participation.
  • You can invite other organisations as well for online participation registration.
  • You can get sponsorship and have partners to organise this event.
  • Fit India Mission office will provide standard FIT INDIA design templates for branding elements on the registration portal for organisers to download and use the same:
  • Organisers will get FIT INDIA Movement partner – certificate from Fit India.
  • Those interested in partnership can also write to Fit India Mission office on: partnership[dot]fitindia[at]gmail[dot]com
  • Identify route, create map and share with participants in advance.
  • Inform local bodies about the event.
  • Prior approval should be taken from relevant authorities wherever required.
  • Inform communities around you about Fit India Cyclothon.
  • Partner with local businesses who can sponsor FIT INDIA tee shirts / caps for children.
  • Any queries regarding Fit India Cyclothon to be sent to Fit India Mission office on: contact[dot]fitindia[at]gmail[dot]com
  • Any individual can participate in Fit India Cyclothon to create awareness on fitness through cycling.
  • Guidelines in relation to COVID-19 issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, India and relevant state bodies to be duly complied with.
  • To participate, an individual should register online on gov.in.
  • As an individual, you will be responsible for conceptualizing, executing and ensuring a smooth and successful Fit India Cyclothon event.
  • You can invite other individuals as well for online participation registration.
  • Any fitness enthusiast who is participating should strive to motivate at least one partner to participate.
  • Registered Individuals will get participation certificate after updating their details on the Fit India portal.
  • For any queries, contact on contact[dot]fitindia[at]gmail[dot]com
  • Identify route.
  • Inform communities around you about the Fit India Cyclothon.
  • Download the Fit India Logo after you register as an organisation or an individual
  • Do not edit the Fit India Logo (colour or dimension)
  • To be used only for events in promotion of Fit India Movement

Fit India School Week 2020

On 29 Aug 2019, the Hon’ble Prime Minister launched nation-wide “Fit India Movement” aimed to encourage people to inculcate physical activity and sports in their everyday lives and daily routine.

School is the first place where habits are formed. School children should be encouraged to indulge in active field time during school hours involving fitness and sports activities. This will instil in students the understanding for regular physical activity and higher levels of fitness, thus enhancing self-esteem and confidence in them. Keeping these objectives in mind, Fit India School Week program was launched in 2019.

This year “Fit India School Week” will be celebrated virtually by schools in December.

  1. Schools to ensure that all Students, Parents, Staff and Management shall actively participate in the Fit India School Week 2020 programme
  2. Schools may create a new page on their website titled “Fit India School Week 2020” and a brief about the activities undertaken and related pictures/videos can be uploaded on it.
  3. Schools should register themselves on https://fitindia.gov.in/fit-india-school-week and upload photos and video link related to the event
  4. All registered schools may download a Digital Certificate. which can be downloaded from Fit India Portal after successful conduct of the Fit India School Week.
  5. Schools are also encouraged to share/post activities conducted on their social media channels with #NewIndiaFitIndia and tag @FitIndiaOff

Virtual Activities for Fit India School Week Celebrations 2020

Day Activity
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  • Virtual Assembly – Free hand exercises
  • Fun and Fitness- Aerobics, Dance forms, Rope Skipping, Hopscotch, Zig Zag and Shuttle Running etc. Fit India Active Break capsules could be used for demonstration purposes.

Link below:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1t14ZOGyh9biDsw8CxmxhogMwB0A8E2ll?usp=sharing

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  • Virtual Assembly – Common Yoga Protocols https://yoga.ayush.gov.in/yoga/common-yoga-protocol
  • Mental Fitness Activities (Ex. Debates, Symposium, Lectures by Sports Psychologists)
  • Debates, Symposium, Lectures on “Re-strengthening of the mind post pandemic”– Mental Fitness Activities for Students, Staff and Parents
  • Open letter to Youth of the Nation on “Power of Fitness”
  • Open mic on topics such as “Exercise is a celebration of what your body can do, not a punishment for what you ate” etc.
03
  • Brain Games to improve concentration/problem solving capacity – e.g Chess, Rubik’s cube etc.
  • Poster making competition on theme “Hum Fit Toh India Fit” or “New India Fit India”
  • Preparing advertisements on “Hum Fit Toh India Fit”, “Emotional and physical well-being are interconnected” etc.
04
  • Debates, Symposium, Lectures etc about diet & nutrition during pandemic for Students / Staff & Parents
  • Essay/Poem Writing Competition on theme “Fitness beats pandemic”
  • Podcast/Movie making on suggested themes – “Get fit, don’t quit”; “Mental Health is not a destination but a journey” etc.
05
  • Online Quiz related to fitness/sports
  • Virtual challenges for students, staff/ teachers e.g.
    • Squats challenge
    • Step-up challenge
    • Spot jogging
    • Rope skipping
    • Ball dribbling etc
  • Session(s) by motivational speakers for students, parents and school staff
06

1 day dedicated to Family Fitness:

  • Activities for fitness sessions at home involving students and parents – Fit India Active Day capsules could be used for demonstration purposes
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/18ophVtYf3qBOhpLQpX66y_ywCK_kgTsS?usp=sharing
  • Creatively using home-based equipment for sports & fitness. E.g.
    • Hacky sack at home (juggling with feet & hand – warm up activity)
    • Aluminium foil inside a sock – ball and any wooden piece – bat to play cricket
    • Mosquito bat and TT ball to play badminton/tennis
    • Fitness circuit – Draw a ladder on the floor with a chalk piece or crayon
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March For Women

Organise Events from 8th March to 22nd March and be a FIT INDIA CHAMPION under the category:

1. FIT INDIA MARCH FOR WOMEN

  • Tug Of War
  • Plog Run
  • Kho kho
  • Kabbadi
  • Fitness Workshop For Women (For more information (click here)
  • Tug Of War
  • Tug Of War

Partcipate and be a FIT INDIA STAR under the following categories

  1. AFC WOMEN’S FOOTBALL DAY POWERED BY FIT INDIA
  2. FIT INDIA ACTIVE WOMEN SUNDAY WITH
  3. FITNESS FOR WOMEN WITH VLCC GOQII

You can also start a Women’s Group by involving your organisation, community, family and friends. Celebrate Fit India Women’s Day on any date in March 2020.

Women are the strongest pillar that holds a family together. She acts as a catalyst in making her family healthy, wealthy, and fit. But with regular chores of life she seldom overlooks her own health. Regular activities in the form of exercise are vital for the overall well being of women’s mental and physical health. Physical activity for 30 minutes a day can not only improve her daily life but also make her more efficient and mindful in making the right decisions.

  1. Village, Town or City/ Council/ Panchayat/ Anganwadi / Block
  2. Your Workplace
  3. Society or RWA
  4. Interest Groups (Walking, Running, Cycling)
  5. Corporates and Industry bodies
  6. Schools/ Colleges and Universities
  7. NGOs
  8. Communities
  9. Individuals
  1. Identify location.
  2. Wherever required, take police permissions for traffic management.
  3. Inform local bodies to place large empty garbage collection containers in/around the location
  4. Please avoid use of Plastic
  5. Please do the Procurement of Gloves and Collection Bags which are environment friendly
  6. Inform communities around you about the March For Women event
  7. Schools within the radius of 5 kms can organise joint event for all the children in the schools.
  8. Communities
  9. Partner with local businesses can sponsor FIT INDIA tee shirts / caps for children.

Fit India Logo

  1. Download the Fit India Logo
  2. Do not edit the Fit India Logo (color or dimension)
  3. To be used for one time for this event only

Backdrop

  1. Download the Backdrop design
  2. Open using Adobe Illustrator / Corel Draw to place the logos of Organiser and Sponsors
  3. The ideal backdrop dimension is 10 ft x 10 ft (3:2 ratio). You can expand it in the same ratio to adjust to the width of the stage where you want to place it.
  4. Place the logo of the ORGANISER in the placeholder provided.
  5. Place the logos of Sponsor(s) at the bottom of the screen on the white space
  6. Do not edit any of the Fit India Logo or brand elements or their placements

‘I am Fit India Star’ Certificate

  1. Download the Certificate design
  2. Open using Adobe Illustrator / Corel Draw to place the logos of Organiser and Sponsors
  3. The ideal backdrop dimension is A4 size. You can expand it in the same ratio to adjust to the width of the stage where you want to place it.
  4. Place the logo of the ORGANISER in the placeholder provided.
  5. Place the logos of Sponsor(s) at the bottom of the screen on the white space
  6. Do not edit any of the Fit India Logo or brand elements or their placements
  7. Depending upon the no. of participants, print certificates and give to the participants who finished the plog

Fit India Flag

  1. Download the Flag design
  2. Do not edit the Fit India Logo or add any element to the Fit India Flag
  3. The dimension of the Flag is 900 mm x 600 mm. Do not change the dimension
  4. Print as many Fit India Flags as you put in the venue
Indigeneous

Gatka:

Gatka is an ancient fighting technique played with wooden sticks and also called Gatka art (stick-fighting). It is an Indian martial art associated with the Sikh history. This art is an integral part of vast arena of Sikh Shastar Vidiya comprising practise & usage of various weapons and physical exercises by the Sikh fighters also called Nihangs.

Roll Ball

Roll Ball:

Roll Ball is a game played between two teams and is a unique combination of roller skates, basketball, handball, and throwball. The main feature of Roll Ball is that the ball is held in one or both hands, when passing to the other players, with the ball repeatedly bounced on the ground.

Tug of war

Tug of war:

Tug of war (also known as tug o’ war, tug war, rope war, rope pulling, or tugging war) is a sport that pits two teams against each other in a test of strength: teams pull on opposite ends of a rope, with the goal being to bring the rope a certain distance in one direction against the force of the opposing team’s pull.

Kalaripayattu

Kalaripayattu:

Kalaripayattu also known simply as Kalari, is an Indian martial art and fighting style that originated in modern-day Kerala. Kalaripayattu is held in high regard by martial artists due to its long-standing history within Indian martial arts. It is believed to be the oldest surviving martial art in India. It is also considered to be among the oldest martial arts still in existence, with its origin in the martial arts timeline dating back to at least the 3rd century BCE.

Thang-Ta

Thang-Ta:

Thang-Ta is the tradition martial arts of Manipur, India. In the ancient time Thang-Ta Game is performed by the Thang-Ta Gurus by using weapon. This type of game is performed since the ancient times by the forefather of the Meitei (Manipuri).

Kho Kho

Kho Kho:

Kho Kho is a popular tag game invented in Maharashtra, India. It is played by teams of 12 nominated players out of fifteen, of which nine enter the field who sit on their knees (chasing team), and 3 extra (defending team) who try to avoid being touched by members of the opposing team. It is one of the two most popular traditional tag games in the Indian subcontinent, the other being Kabaddi. The sport is widely played across South Asia and has a strong presence in South Africa and England.

Mallakhamb

Mallakhamb:

Mallakhamb is a traditional sport, originating from the Indian subcontinent, in which a gymnast performs aerial yoga postures and wrestling grips in concert with a vertical stationary or hanging wooden pole, cane, or rope. The word Mallakhamb also refers to the pole used in the sport.

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Sqay:

Sqay is an Indian martial arts form of sword-fighting originating in the Kashmir region of ancient India. It is governed by the Sqay Federation of India. Armed sqay makes use of a curved single-edge sword paired with a shield, or one sword in each hand. Unarmed techniques incorporate kicks, punches, locks and chops. Sqay have different techniques single sword double sword free hand techniques and lessons of both free hand and sword.

Shooting-Ball

Shooting Ball:

Another indigenous sport, shootingball is similar to volleyball. The sport’s first world cup was held in New Delhi in 1992, with teams from India, Pakistan, Canada and UK, which India won. Players must clasp their hands to hit the ball. The game is played by seven players on each side of the net.

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Kabaddi:

Kabaddi is a contact team and sport played between two teams of seven players each. … Players are taken out of the game if they are tagged or tackled, but are brought back in for each point scored by their team from a tag or tackle. It is popular in South Asia and other surrounding Asian countries.

International Day of Yoga

The International Day of Yoga has been celebrated annually on 21 June since 2015, following its inception in the United Nations General Assembly in 2014.Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice which originated in India. The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in his UN address suggested the date of 21 June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares a special significance in many parts of the world.

The first International Day of Yoga created a record for the largest yoga class, and another for the largest number of participating nationalities.

Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help in well-being. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day.



Fun-Family-Yoga

Fit India Mission is organizing a special live session at 5 PM on June 21st to celebrate International Day of Yoga. Shilpa Shetty, renowned fitness icon and experienced Yoga practitioner will be conducting the live session on Fit India YouTube channel . MoS(I/C), MoYAS, Ms. Mary Kom and Ms. Anjum Moudgil will be joining the live session. The session will be specially designed by keeping in mind MoAYUSH guidelines about yoga@home and to engage children meaningfully through fun and education elements about yoga.

Fit India Freedom Run

Fit India Freedom Run

“RUNNING: The human body’s most raw form of FREEDOM”

Fit India Movement is conducting Fit India Freedom Run from 15th August – 2nd October 2020 to encourage fitness and help us all to get freedom from obesity, laziness, stress, anxiety, diseases etc. The concept behind this run is that “It can be run anywhere, anytime!”. You can-

  • Run a route of your choice, at a time that suits you.
  • Break-up your runs.
  • Run your own race at your pace.
  • Track your kms manually or by using any tracking app or GPS watch.
Mode of participation:
  • Participation can be done through Fit India Website either on
  • Organiser’s platform or
  • Those who have undertaken their own run can individually submit their data and download the certificate.
Note:

1. Organisers will have to register their runs/marathons on Fit India portal (www.fitindia.gov.in) They will use the Fit India Logo for all promotional media and provide the data of participants with their cumulative kms covered.

2. FIT INDIA mission advises organizers and individuals to organize their events following the social distancing norms and encourages the new normal of ‘virtual runs’ as is being practiced by runners / walkers across the world.

Fit India Walkathon 200 KM by ITBP

Be a part of the biggest Walkathon of 2020, walk will be hosted by DG ITBP and Flag off will be done by Kiren Rijiju, Hon’ble Sports Minister of India.

Fit India Mission always encourages people to remain healthy and fit by including physical activities and sports in their daily lives. Since, its inception various activities have been organised by the Fit India Mission which have seen mass engagement and participation from all parts of the country. Another such initiative is the Fit India Walkathon 200 KM which will be anchored by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police in Jaisalmer (Rajasthan).

Event Info
Event Name Fit India Walkathon 200 KM by ITBP
Place Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)
Date 31st October – 2nd November (3 days Event)
Starting Point Kishangarh
Finishing point RD1366 (between Mohangarh and Nachna)
Organized by ITBP

Note: Travelling cost to be borne by the participant, boarding and lodging cost will be taken care by ITBP.

For further Information, please write an email to contact[dot]fitindia[at]gmail[dot]com for the justification of your credentials to become a part of this Walkathon 200KM

FIT INDIA TALK

Since 15 April 2020, FIT India has been doing exclusive content sessions for school students with lead fitness experts. These are capsules exclusively curated for school students. As a follow up to these sessions, FIT INDIA proposes to launch a series of sessions with Top sports celebrities of our country for a candid yet inspiring session for school children.

FIT INDIA TALK WITH CHAMPIONS

Here we will have the leading sports celebrities being hosted for a candid talk with an anchor and the session will be done LIVE as a webinar on YouTube / FB and other digital platforms.

These talks will be curated to make the whole conversation interesting and inspiring for the young children. It will focus on the champions sharing their experiences of childhood, their stories on how they got inspired, their failures, struggles and their success to give the audience (children) a very inspirational yet interesting account of their journeys – from common school students like them to world class champions.

Launch show – 3rd July 2020 at 5:00 PM with Hon’ble Ministers & Sports Icons – PV Sindhu & Sunil Chettri

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Felicitation of Sh. Ripudaman Belvi (Plog Man of India)on his 50th Plog Run in 2019

on 5th Dec, 2019 at 8:00 am Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi

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Ripudaman flagged off the Fit India Plogging event with Minister

Fit India Plogging encapsulates two Modi Govt. initiatives – Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan (Clean India Mission) and Fit India Movement. Plogging is a combination of jogging with picking up litter. As a workout, it provides variation in body movements by adding bending, squatting and stretching to the main action of running, hiking, or walking.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mann ki Baat on 29th Sep had lauded India’s first plogger, Ripudaman Belvi for taking the unique initiative to make India a litter-free and garbage-free place. Addressing the citizen of the country during 57th episode of ‘Mann ki Baat’, Modi spoke to one of the special guests, Ripudaman who is making plogging popular across India and termed it as his ‘devotion. Plogging is jogging while picking up litter. “Ripudaman Bevli is taking a unique initiative. He is doing plogging. It was a new word for me when I first heard it. Plogging has been used in foreign countries but in India, Ripudaman ji has made it quite popular,” the Prime Minister said.

Ripudaman said, “When we go running in the morning, traffic and crowd are very less so at that time, garbage, trash and plastic are more visible. So, instead of cribbing and complaining, I thought of doing something. I started it with my running group in Delhi and took it to the entire country.”

Ripudaman flagged off the Fit India Plogging event with Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Shri Kiren Rijiju on 2nd October 2019. Over 60000+ organisations and groups organised the Fit India Plogging events across India.

As the Fit India Plogging Ambassador, he ran thousands of kilometers covering 50 cities and clean the areas. Ripudaman believes that if India will become garbage-free, it will surely become plastic-free as well. The 50th and Final Plog run of 2019 and felicitation of Ripudaman will be done on 5th Dec, 2019 at 8:00 am at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi for his contribution towards popularising Plogging in India.

Organise a FIT India Monthly Plog event

Our Nation celebrated 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd Oct, 2019 in a big way, with the special concept of FIT INDIA 2 km Plog event (02 Oct – at least 2 kms) as a special tribute, where over 60000+ schools, colleges, Organisations, Councils, Panchayats, Corporations, Societies, RWA, NGOs, special interest groups organised events across India.

Going forward, Fit India Plog events will be organised by Fit India Plog Groups last Sunday of every month.

You can also start a Plog Group by involving your organisation, community, family and friends.

Jogging is good for your Health. Swachchata is good for the India’s health. Why not combine the two? Plog is the new running craze that is saving the world from plastic pollution, by combining Jogging with Picking up litter (Swedish: plocka upp). Won’t it be satisfying to take your gloves and a bag and start picking up garbage/litter along the way while you are jogging, instead of just passing by and silently cursing the individual who dumped it?

  • Village, Town or City/ Council/ Panchayat/ Anganwadi / Block
  • Your Workplace
  • Society or RWA
  • Interest Groups (Walking, Running, Cycling)
  • Corporates and Industry bodies
  • Schools/ Colleges and Universities
  • NGOs
  • Communities
  • Individuals

Organisers must ensure that All “Fit India Plog Runs” which are be listed on fitindia.gov.in portal are non-commercial in nature.

The details on how to organise the FIT INDIA 2 km Plog event is in following section:

  • Run with a purpose. Pick up Litter while running and cleaning your sorrounding and environment
  • Organise a Plog (Running and Pick Litter) event with your Family, Friends, and Colleagues. Inspire others.
  • Anyone can Participate – Students, Work Professionals, Housewives, Youth, Senior Citizens, Divyang
  • Conceptualise, Organise and Execute the Fit India 2 Km Plog event in around your Residence, Community Village, Panchayat, Office, School, College etc. Register today!
  • Plog at least 2 kilometers and pick up Litter on the way in a Garbage collection bin/bag.
  • Post your picture and videos on the fitindia.gov.in portal.
  • Organisers get an E-Certificate as a Fit India Movement partner
  • Participants get Certificate from Organisers (Design will be provided to Organisers for printing and distributing).
  • Don’t wait. Choose your partners, motivate your friends and family members to participate in the Fit India 2 Km Plog event
  • The FIT India 2 km Plog will be executed by any Government or Private Organization, School, College, University, Individual, Group, RWAs and Communities to create awareness on fitness through plog.
  • We invite everyone to organise or join a plog for a min of 2 kms in their Institution/ Village, Town or City/ Council/ Panchayat/ Anganwadi / Block / Workplace/ Society or RWA / Workplace or any place of your choice.
  • To become an Organiser, you have to register Online on fitindia.gov.in and get important details about the event you plan to do
  • Conceptualise, Organise and Execute the Fit India 2 Km Plog event in around your Residence, Community Village, Panchayat, Office, School, College etc. Register today!
  • As an Organiser, you will be responsible for conceptualizing, executing and ensuring a smooth and successful plog event to maximize public participation. The distance of the plog should be at least 2 km.
  • You can invite other organisations as well for online participation registration.
  • You can get sponsorship and also have partners to organise this event.
  • Any fitness enthusiast who is participating must strive to motivate at least one partner to take part in plog (eg. student to get parent, friend to get friend etc) so as to spread FIT India Campaign.
  • MYAS will provide the following Standard FIT INDIA 2 km Plog design templates for branding elements on the registration portal / MYAS website for organizers to download and use the same:
    1. Backdrop
    2. Selfie Points
    3. Certificate Design for distributing to Participants
    4. Information Booklet
  • Organizers will get FIT INDIA Movement Partner – certificate from Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.
  • PARTNERSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES: Those interested in partnership can also write to MYAS on:
  • Identify track, create map.
  • Wherever required, take police permissions for traffic management.
  • Inform local bodies to place large empty garbage collection containers near plog finish line.
  • Please avoid use of Plastic
  • Please do the Procurement of Gloves and Collection Bags which are environment friendly
  • Inform communities around you about the plog
  • Encourage participation for 1 adult family member along with child.
  • Schools within the radius of 5 kms can organise joint marathon for all the children in the schools.
  • Partner with local businesses can sponsor FIT INDIA tee shirts / caps for children.
  • Any queries regarding the plog to be sent to MYAS on Contact.fitindia@gmail.com
Fit India Logo
  1. Download the Fit India Logo
  2. Do not edit the Fit India Logo (color or dimension)
  3. To be used for one time for this event only
Backdrop
  1. Download the Backdrop design
  2. Open using Adobe Illustrator / Corel Draw to place the logos of Organiser and Sponsors
  3. The ideal backdrop dimension is 12 ft x 8 ft (3:2 ratio). You can expand it in the same ratioto adjust to the width of the stage where you want to place it.
  4. Place the logo of the ORGANISER in the placeholder provided.
  5. Place the logos of Sponsor(s) at the bottom of the screen on the white space
  6. Do not edit any of the Fit India Logo or brand elements or their placements
‘I am Finisher’ Certificate
  1. Download the Certificate design
  2. Open using Adobe Illustrator / Corel Draw to place the logos of Organiser and Sponsors
  3. The ideal backdrop dimension is A4 size. You can expand it in the same ratio to adjust to the width of the stage where you want to place it.
  4. Place the logo of the ORGANISER in the placeholder provided.
  5. Place the logos of Sponsor(s) at the bottom of the screen on the white space
  6. Do not edit any of the Fit India Logo or brand elements or their placements
  7. Depending upon the no. of participants, print certificates and give to the participants who finished the plog
Fit India Flag
  1. Download the Flag design
  2. Do not edit the Fit India Logo or add any element to the Fit India Flag
  3. The dimension of the Flag is 900 mm x 600 mm. Do not change the dimension
  4. Print as many Fit India Flags as you put in the venue
Fit India Selfie Points
  1. Download the Selfie designs
  2. The cut out should be at the height not exceeding 4 ft to 4.5 ft so that anyone can place their head. This will vary for different postures. Adjust the height according
  3. Create as many Selfie Points as you want.