"I am eyeing a gold at Tokyo Olympics. I will train doubly-triply hard to get a gold for my country," she said.
Mary Kom won her world title in the 48kg category but for the Olympics, she will have to bulk up to the 51kg division.
Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi, who was also present at the function held at the JLN Stadium, called Mary Kom a "national treasure".
"She has won six world titles and we are happy that she administered a pledge to the children present here on keeping the fairness and sportsmen's spirit in any game," Gandhi said.
Mary Kom, during her interaction with the media, said a disciplined training regimen is what keeps her bout-ready at all times.
"I have been very sincere during my training. If I have 2-3 sessions, I will make it a point to not miss them, I attend as many as possible. If I don't train, I won't succeed," she said.
Asked if her training schedule will undergo any change keeping the Olympics in mind, the Manipuri said she will talk to her coach and the Boxing Federation of India (BFI) to work out her plan.
"I will speak to my coach, the BFI, the SAI (Sports Authority of India). We have already got some good facilities and hope to get better results this time," Mary Kom said.
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