KSLTA ADVANCE COACHING PROGRAMME

COACHING WITH BEST IN CLASS.

ADVANCED COACHING.

  1. Forms duly completed along with two passport size photos & Cash / Account Payee Cheque in favour of Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA) should be submitted during 11-00 a.m. to 5-30 p.m. in the KSLTA Office.
  2. Trainees have to pay minimum three months’ fee in advance (for all age group) Physical fitness training will also be included in the coaching session.
  3. Coaching fees stipulated is applicable per calendar month basis (viz. 1st to 30th/ 31st) And no prorated reductions permitted.
  4. No Outstation Cheques will be accepted.
  5. Continuing Trainees will be given first preference for admission.
  6. Coaching fee will not be refunded under any circumstances, Non-adjustable against Absence.
  7. "Trainees shall attend coaching classes regularly and punctually".
  8. Trainees (including adults) will be required to abide by the instructions given to them by the coaches from time to time. Coaching programme will involve Physical Fitness, Exercise, Drill, Etc.
  9. The Trainee shall wear proper Tennis Shoes on the Courts. (Bermuda or Full Pant, Cross Trousers & Jogging Shoes are not allowed).
  10. Missed session will not be compensated.
  11. No change in timings will be entertained.
  12. Parents are not allowed on the Tennis Courts during the Coaching Hours.
  13. It is compulsory for Trainees as a part of coaching School Curriculum, to act as Ball Person, Score Keeper, Lines Person or Umpire for Tournaments Conducted by KSLTA as required. Besides it is compulsory for all trainees to watch tournament held at KSLTA.

COACHING PROGRAMME

5 days a week - Monday to Friday

TIMINGS FOR COACHING SESSIONS

9-30 a.m. to 4-30 p.m.

FEE STRUCTURE PER MONTH

For all age group

Full Day - Rs. 15,000/-

Half Day - Rs. 10,000/-

Weekly - Rs. 7,500/-

Per Day - Rs. 2,000/-

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