S.A.S. Naqvi Biography

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  Bio Data of S.A.S. Naqvi

1 Name Saiyed Ali Sibtain Naqvi                    (Nick Name as Naqvi Sahaib)
2 Date of Birth 10, December 1932
3 Place of Birth Amroha, UP. India
4 Educational Qualification 1. Studied upto BA from Lucknow University
2. Diploma of Hockey Coaching from National Institute of Patiala, India
5 International Participation Accompanied the Sultanate of Oman Delegation as Technical Advisor in all Olympic and Asian Games held from 1982 to 2002 (5 Olympic Games and 6 Asian Games)


 Asian Games

1982-IX Asian Games, Coach of Oman Hockey Team for Asian Games, New Delhi
1986-X Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for  Asian Games, Seoul and Korea
1990-XI Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for OOC Asian Games, Beijing, China
1994-XII Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for Hiroshima Asian Games
1998-XIII Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for Bangkok Asian Games

 Olympic Games Participation from Sultanate of Oman

1984-XXIII Los Angeles Olympics – Organized technical preparations for the Oman Delegation
1988-XXIV Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for Olympic Games, Seoul Korea
1992XXV Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for  Barcelona Olympic Games, Spain
1996-XXVI Technical Advisor, Oman Delegation for Atlanta Olympic Games- USA
2000-XXVII Technical Preparations, Oman Delegation for Sydney Olympic Games

FIH Expert for IOC Solidarity Programs:

1987-89 Conducted FIH courses in Oman on behalf of Oman Olympic Committee


Special Appointments/Nominations

1987 Nominated by FIH to hold Umpires Clinic at Oman
1998 Technical Advisor- Technical Preparation- World Youth Games, Moscow
1989 Selected by FIH as expert for conducting National Coaches Course at Muscat, Oman
2009 – 2010 Consultant of Beach Asian Games held in Muscat

Positions held in the Sultanate of Oman:

1982-84 Chief Hockey Coach of Oman National Team
1984-2002 Technical Advisor- Oman Olympic Committee
2002- 2012 Sports Consultant to Oman Hockey Association

 Awards and Felicitations:

2006 75th birthday celebrated by Sports Community in Oman – Function presided by Advisor to Ministry of Civil Services, HE Dr. Hammad Hamed Al Ghafri
2007 Release of a short film “Evergreen Ace” by Minister of Sports, Oman HE Al Bin Masoud Al Sunaidy and Shri Anil Wadhwa, Indian Ambassador to Oman
2010 Indo Oman Friendship Award presented by Indian Ambassador, Shri Anil Wadhwa
2011 Life time Sports Achievement Award by Minister of Sports of Oman, H.E. Ali Bin Masoud Al Sunaidy on behalf of Government of Oman.
2012 The 20th Journalist Association of India award at Delhi by H.E. The Minister of Parliamentary Affair “Rajiv Shukla”
2012 The P.T.I. “Press Trust Punjab” Life Time Achievement Presented by Dr. Manju Chaudhary who flew from Chandigarh (Punjab) to Interview and Present award.
2013 The Best face book performer’s award presented by Ms. Musthafa Almana “The International legal lawyers and Consultant of Dubai.
2013 President F.I.H. Mr. Leandro Negre presented honored at the Arab Club Championship at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
2014 F.I.H. Award World Hockey League Round 1 at Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
2014 An Indian Man of the Year Award by Indian Social Club Muscat
2014 Rajiv Gandhi Award – New Delhi

 International Hockey Federation Umpire:

1981 International Hockey Federation Umpire from India, Bombay Batch (FIH)
1978 Umpired at Holland, France, Spain, Russia and Bombay, Delhi, Kota, Pune, Belgam, Kolhapur, Baroda, Rasayni, Jalandhar, Chandigarh, Patiala, Madras, Salem, Ratlam, Dohad, Ajmer, Gangapur, Jabalpur, Khadakpur,Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Lucknow, Nainital, Muradabad, Udaypur, several other places in India Till 1982. Muscat, Nizwa, and Sohar.
1968-1971 Supervised test matches Bombay Gold Cup, Poona, Kolhapur, Madras and Delhi for Men and Women
1978-1981 Convener- Bombay Hockey Umpire Board, Aga Khan, Provincial Championship and National Championship.

Coach Manager:

1975-81 Coach of Bombay XI Senior and Junior Hockey teams.
1973 Asstt. Manager & Coach Indian Hockey Team, 2nd World Cup Camp
1973 Asstt. Coach/Manager of Railways XI – Winners National Hockey Championship, Banaras
1978 Coach- Indian Women Hockey Team 1978. World Cup and Tour of Holland, France, Spain and UK
1979 Coach Indian Women Teams- Pre Olympic in Moscow- USSR
1981-1982 Coach/Asst. Manager Indian Hockey Team in 1981-82 World Cup, Bombay (India)
1982-1984 Chief Coach- Oman National Team
1982 Chief Coach of Oman for Asian Games, Delhi
1983 Chief Coach of Oman Hockey Team- Nehru Hockey Cup, Delhi
1976-1981 Established & Organized Rural Coaching Courses in Maharashtra, India


 Selection Committee:

1972-1981 Member of Selection Committee for Bombay Hockey Association & Western Rly
1978 Member of Hockey Selection Committee for West Zone Combined University, 1978

Sports Journalist:

1975-1982 English Sports Journals, Daily Newspaper, Bombay- India

Sports Commentator, All-India Radio, Bombay in Urdu & English

1999 to date Member of AIPS Hungary as free lance Journalist

S.A.S. Naqvi

S.A.S. Naqvi International Hockey Coach, International Umpire,
Former Technical Adviser Oman Olympic Committee and Chief
National Hockey Coach Sultanate of Oman

Important Awards

Sr. No. Year Details of Awards
1 2016 Hockey Festival the Republic Day of India by H.E. Shri Indramani
Pandey, Ambassador of India, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
2 2015 F.I.H. / A.H.F. Lifetime Achievement award by Dato Sree Tayyab
Ikram, CEO. A.H.F.
3 2014 Rajiv Gandhi Award – New Delhi
4 2014 An Indian Man of the Year Award by Indian Social Club Muscat by
H.E. Shri J.S. Mukul
5 2014 F.I.H. Award World Hockey League Round 1 at Muscat, Sultanate of
Oman by F.I.H.
6 2011 Lifetime Achievement by Government of Oman by H.E. The Minister
of Sports H.E. Ali Bin Masoud Al Sunaidy.
(Annual Awards function – Bustan Place Hotel)
7 2010 The Indo-Oman Friendship Award by H.E. Anil Wadhwa the
Ambassador of India Presented by the Minister of Sports Ali Bin
Masoud Al Sunaidy
(The Embassy of India Auditorium)
8 2012 The Lifetime Achievement Award by Indian Parliamentary Affair
Minister Rajeev Shukla at the 20th Journalist Federation Award at
(The Shri Fort Auditorium New Delhi)
9 2012 Press Trust India – Punjab award at Muscat Sultanate of Oman by
H.E. Shri J.S. Mukul
10 2001 Diploma of Honor by Late, International Olympic Committee
President Mr. Jaun Antionio Samranch at Oman Olympic
Committee, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
11 2007 The Celebration – Launching of Short Film by H.E. Ali Bin Masoud Al
Sunaidy, The Minister of Sports.
(The Mumtaz Mahal Restaurant Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
12 2006 Celebration of 75th Birthday – Presided by H.E. Dr. Hammad Hamed
Al Ghafri (The Adviser Ministry of Civil Services Muscat, Sultanate of
13 2008 Felicitation Award by Team Coorg Muscat for Dhyanchand Day by
H.E. J.S. Mukul, The Ambassador of India and H.E. Dr. Hammad
Hamed Al Ghafri, The Adviser, Ministry of Civil Services, Muscat
Sultanate of Oman.
14 2001 Oman Hockey Association award by H.H. Syed Shihab Bin Tariq Al
Sayed at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex Busher, Muscat Sultanate
of Oman.
15 2004 ISC – Kerala Wing (Beatrice Hockey Tournament)
16 2006t
ISC – Bhojpur Wing (Dhyan Chand Day)
17 2012 Team Coorg Muscat Felicitation (Dhyan Chand Day)
18 2009 Indian Social Club (Chief Guest with Dhanraj Pillai)
19 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award by Rajasthan Community at Al Seeb
20 2008 Aligarh Muslim University Alumni Muscat

Indian School Muscat, Sultanate of Oman – Award

1 2008 Indian School Muscat (ISM) annual athletic championship award
2 2014 Indian School Al Seeb – The Dhyanchand award.
3 2015 Indian School Darsait – Alumni annual award
4 2015 Indian School Wadi Kabir – annual athletic award
5 2015 Indian School Al Mulladha – annual sports

1: – Glimpses of Sports Career – S.A.S. Naqvi – Olympian from Oman.

2: – Evergreen Ace – S.A.S. Naqvi

3: – Glimpses of Sports Career – S.A.S. Naqvi – Old Hockey Museum (Fatima Supermarket) New will be sent later as i shifted to a new location.

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