National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

GAMES AND SPORTS

     The Engineering Curriculum demands dedicated and sustained efforts from every student. As a result, our students remain busy with their studies throughout the year. Nevertheless, realizing the importance of the sports and games in the overall development of the students, we have tried out best to provide sport facilities to them as much as we could. The Institute lays adequate emphasis on student participation in various outdoor and indoor games and track and field Sports. All sports and games activities are directed by a Sports Committee comprising of students, faculty members and Sports personnel (Director Sports and Lecturers Physical Education). The Committee is responsible for laying down the policies and programme for sports and games.

     A senior faculty member designated as President Sports co-ordinates the activities. Students who distinguish themselves by their outstanding performance in sports are eligible for a number of awards including the ‘Best Sportsman of the year’ award and Institute colours. On recommendations of the Sports Committee, a cash prize of Rs. 500/- and a trophy is awarded to the Best Sportsman of the year.

 

PHYSICAL FACILITES

      Gymnasium Centre has been provided for health upkeep of students and staff members. It is fitted with the latest and state of the art equipments for different physical exercises.  

 

GAMES AND SPORTS FACILITIES 

 

  Extensive and well laid out fields for sports and games are available on the campus for the students. Badminton courts, Tennis courts with Chain Link Iron mess around the courts, Cricket Pitch, Volleyball courts with Light and with Chain Link Iron mess encloser and basketball and a stadium etc. facilities are available to the students. Trained sports personnel help the students to develop their interest in games and coach them to acceptable standards.    

NIT Kurukshetra is one of the premier technical institutes of the country. Founded in 1963 as Regional Engineering College Kurukshetra, the institute was rechristened as National Institute of Technology on June 26, 2002.