What are the four functions of IOC?

What are the functions of the IOC?

The Olympic Games are the exclusive property of the IOC, which is the supreme authority for all matters concerning the Games. Its role is to supervise, support and monitor the organisation of the Games; ensure that they run smoothly; and make sure that the rules of the Olympic Charter are respected.

What are the main functions of IOC Class 11?

Functions of I.O.C. :

  • To encourage and support the promotion of ethics in sports as well as education of youth through sports and to dedicate its efforts to ensuring that, in sport, the spirit of fair play prevails and violence is banned.
  • To act against any form of discrimination affecting the Olympic movement.

What are the functions of IOC and IOA?

Answer: IOC (International Olympic Committee) is the governing body of the Olympic movement. It is a non-profit, non governmental organisation based in Switzerland. Whereas,IOA (Indian Olympic Association) is a governmental organisation of India which regulate the activity of India and Indian players in Olympic.

What is the full form of IOC explain it and enumerate the main functions of IOC?

International Olympic Committee

Formation 23 June 1894
Type Sports federation (Association organized under the laws of the Swiss Confederation)
Headquarters Lausanne, Switzerland
Membership 102 active members, 44 honorary members, 1 honour member (United States), 206 individual National Olympic Committees
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What is structure of IOC?

The structure of the IOC

The number of IOC members has been limited to 115 since 1999. These members represent the Olympic movement on a volunteer basis within their countries. The IOC holds at a Session at least once a year which serves as its General Assembly.

What is IOC in physical education class 11?

International Olympic Committee (IOC)

It was created by Coubertin in 23 June, 1894. The IOC is the governing body of Modern Olympic Games. It supports and promotes participation in sports all over the world for building a peaceful world without discrimination. Headquarter in Switzerland.