Director Sports

Mr Sarkar Talwar, Director Sports

Mr Sarkar Talwar is an Ex Dy. Director Sports, Haryana Government. He is Graduate in Sports, International Cricket Coach up to level 4. Chief Coach of the Indian Jr. Cricket team (1995-2003) which won the Jr. Cricket World Cup for India at Lords, England, in 1996 by defeating Pakistan in the finals.

He also Coached Haryana Ranji team for 10 years which won the Ranji trophy (National Championship) in 1991-1992 at Mumbai. He Played for Haryana, Punjab, North zone in Ranji trophy, Duleep trophy and International matches for 20 years.

He got 358 wickets and scored 2000 runs in his cricketing career. In 1985, Mr Talwar was awarded for being the country’s best bowler at Mumbai wherein he bagged 45 wickets, the highest in the 8 Ranji matches. After winning the World Cup in England, he was awarded for being the best country cricket coach in 1996-1997.

Got Bhim Award (Haryana State Best Player Award) in 1983-84.

Awarded life time performance Achievement Award by BCCI.

Message From The Desk 

We at Manav Rachna have taken a holistic approach to each student’s academic, athletic and personal development. By working together in an integrated manner, a team of highly committed and passionate professionals deliver the core elements of the programs. It is exciting to see their collaborative efforts bearing fruit, as they continue to assist and inspire young people achieve their goals in school, sports and life. While we offer facilities in various fields of sports, there are many more which are on the anvil.

We are excited by the level of partnerships that this Academy has generated with renowned sports brands like STAG, YONEX, TAYLORMADE and Adidas. The expertise and credibility that these partnerships provide are invaluable in attracting young people to the programs. Students from afar are already travelling to access the programs we offer at MRSA. We value their commitment and investment in their future. What delights me especially, is their effort to integrate and contribute to the emerging performance-oriented culture. I wish all our students a very bright future and hope there would be many more such promising young people who would join us on the road to a career in sports.