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Event Name

Rules

Volley Ball

  •   The rules as adopted by Volley ball Federation of India shall be followed
  •   The matches will be conducted on Knock out basis.
  •   A team shall consist of Maximum 10 players only
  •   Only one team is allowed from each college

Throw Ball

  •   The rules as adopted by Throw ball Federation of India shall be followed
  •   The matches will be conducted on Knock out basis.
  •   All the Matches will be played best of three sets only
  •   A team shall consist of Maximum 10 players only
  •   Only one team is allowed from each college

Tennikoit

  •   Individual participants
  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT

Kho-Kho(For Boys and Girls)

  •   The match will be conducted on Kho-Kho knock-out basis
  •   A team shall contain 12 players

Basket Ball

  •   The rules as adopted by Basket ball Federation of India shall be followed.
  •   The matches will be conducted on Knock out basis.
  •   A team shall consist of Maximum 10 players only
  •   Only one team is allowed from each college

Table Tennis(For Boys and Girls)

  •   The rules as adopted Table Tennis Federation of India shall be followed.
  •   The Tournament shall be conduct as team event
  •   All Matches shall be played best of three games only
  •   The teams have to purchase tournament quality balls from the Organizing Secretary

Chess(For Boys and Girls)

  •   Individual participants
  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT
  •   The Tournament will be played according to the latest FIDE Rules
  •   Swiss method will be followed

Carroms(For Both Boys and Girls)

  •   Individual participants
  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT

Discus Throw(For Both Boys and Girls)

  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT

Shotput(For Both Boys and Girls)

  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT

Long Jump(For Both Boys and Girls)

  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT
  •   Participants should take their own kits(Dress, Shoes ,etc.,)

400 Mts Race(For Both Boys and Girls)

  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT
  •   Participants should take their own kits(Dress, Shoes ,etc.,)

100 Mts Sprint(For Both Boys and Girls)

  •   Spot Registrations are opened upto 10Am on 21st December
  •   Game rules are announced at the time of EVENT
  •   Participants should take their own kits(Dress, Shoes ,etc.,)

4*100 Relay(For Both Boys and Girls)

  • The baton can only be passed within the exchange zone, which is 20 meters long.
  • Exchanges made outside the zone – based on the position of the baton, not either runners’ foot – result in disqualification.
  • Passers must remain in their lanes after the pass to avoid blocking other runners.
  • The baton must be carried by hand. If it’s dropped the runner can leave the lane to retrieve the baton as long as the recovery doesn’t lessen his/her total running distance. Runners may not wear gloves or place substances on their hands in order to obtain a better grip of the baton.
  • Any athlete entered in the Olympics may compete on a country’s relay team. However, once a relay team begins competition, only two additional athletes may be used as substitutes in later heats or the final.
  • For practical purposes, therefore, a relay team includes a maximum of six runners – the four who run in the first heat and a maximum of two substitutes.