"We know that this a great platform to spread awareness since the athletes here represent the cream of India's young talent, some of whom will go on to represent the country at the highest levels," Aggarwal was quoted as saying in a media release issued here.
In response to a question, Aggarwal revealed that besides publishing the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) prohibited list on its website, NADA had opened a helpline to assist athletes in case they have a query.
He also advised the athletes to mention in the dope control form any prescribed medicines that they may have consumed in the time before the sample collection.
Over the past two days, over 700 athletes have been part of the anti-doping awareness programme.
The NADA Director General said many tests would be conducted during the Games that will run through to January 20.
Last year, NADA had collected 377 samples during Khelo India School Games, the release added.
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