Directions(Q. Nos. 1-2) Read the following passage and answer the question that follows.
In disadvantaged communities and populations, where people are often defined in terms of their needs and deficits, sport provides a powerful counter-balance to these perceptions. Participating in sports draws on people’s strength and assets—energy, enthusiasm, natural and acquired skills, the desire to excel and the universal capacity for fun and enjoyment. In this way. well-designed sport programmes that are inclusive, fair, fun and promote excellence at all skill levels—help to empower participants and build self-esteem. The acquisition of sport skills and life-skills, the acceptance and the friendship of others, the attention and guidance of coaches and the examples set by them, all of these encourages sport participants to believe in themselves.