FIDE Arbiter Seminar at New Delhi

fide_logo_bigFIDE Arbiter Seminar at New Delhi

from 04th  to 06th July, 2017

The FIDE was awarding FIDE arbiters title for arbiters who had the requisite number of norms. But, as per the new regulations of FIDE, it is mandatory for all FIDE Arbiter title seekers to attend the Arbiters Seminar conducted by the FIDE and to pass the exam. Therefore, the All India Chess Federation has been receiving requests from various States to conduct FIDE Arbiters Seminar in India. The reason being, it is difficult for many to spend money on Airfare, Boarding & Lodging and course fee if it is held abroad. In view of the above requests, it has been decided to conduct an Arbiters Seminar at New Delhi from 04 to 06 July, 2017 .   Anybody who has basic knowledge about the game can appear for the Seminar.

Prof.R.Anantharam International Arbiter, and International Arbiter Mr.M.S.Gopakumar will conduct the Seminar. All those who are interested in attending the course are requested to send the filled application form attached along with Demand Draft favouring All India Chess Federation, payable at Chennai for Rs.15,000/- towards FIDE Fee, Exam fee, Lodging, Materials and other expenses connected with the seminar. Those who do not require lodging facilities may have to pay Rs.12,000/- only. The form may be sent through the respective State Chess Associations so as to reach AICF before 28 June, 2017

Arrival & Registration            :       04th July, 2017  before    : 09:30.A.M.

Departure                                  :       06th July, 2017 after        : 19: 00 hrs.

Seminar will be held at : Hotel Park Plaza, Shahdara, New Delhi

Detailed Schedule will be informed at the Seminar hall.

for eligibility details please logon to : FIDE

Click here to download the course-material

Further details please contact : International Arbiter Mr.Gopakumar : [email protected]

Click here to download FIDE Arbiters seminar registration form


Download AICF Arbiters Registration Form here : :msword

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