PLAY GROUND

The institution promotes sports and games activities to organize the various events like sports meets and FEST etc. To support and encourage the students to participate in the sports and games at various intercollege, intracollege, district and state level competitions. The institution has permanent cricket net for practice cricket. Separate indoor games for shuttle, caroms, and chess are provided for student’s encouragement. The students of the colleges are utilizing the facilities daily for their physical health and recreation. Right from the inception our students have participated and brought laurels to our institutions in sports conducted at the university, district, state, and national level tournaments.

Sports, Outdoor and Indoor games, Gymnasium:

Available Facilities

S.NO. SPORT/GAME NO. OF COURTS AREA (IN METERS) FACILITIES
1 Tennikoit Court No NO Tennins Rings-1
2 Throw Ball 1 18.3MX12.20M Throw Balls-5
3 Basket Ball 1 28MX15M Basket Balls-30
4 Volley Ball 2 18MX9M Volley Balls-8
5 Shuttle 1 13.4MX6.10M Shuttle rackets-8
Nets-2
6 Running Track 1 400M Shotput-5
Discus Throws-10
Javalin-4
Long Jump pit -1
7 Table Tennis 2 2.74MX1.52M Bats-5
Balls-15
8 Caroms 5 Coins _17_ sets-5
9 Foot Ball 2 19MX45M Balls-5
10 Hockey 1 91.4MX55M
11 Cricket Field 1 78MX70M Kit-3
12 Chess INDOOR sets-5
13 Cricket Nets 1 20MX3M
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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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