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Sports

Considered on par with Education, Research, and Entrepreneurship is Sports. Students are encouraged and given immense support when it comes to sports. We are proud recipients of accolades such as the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (Pankaj Advani), the Arjuna Award (Anup Sridhar, Rehan Poncha and Shikha Tandon), and the World Billiards & Snooker Championship (Pankaj Advani). We've been represented at the national, state and international levels in different categories Swimming, Cricket, Golf, Tennis, Badminton, Basketball, Hockey, Athletics, and Rifle. On the intercollegiate front too, our students have continued to make us feel proud by, winning aquatic meets and cricket, basketball, football, and volleyball tournaments.

Objectives
  • To provide international exposure for sportspersons for training and competitions
  • To provide training and coaching from eminent Indian and foreign coaches
  • To provide the necessary facilities for development in sports purpose to achieve excellence in the chosen sport
Facilities

Stemming from the vision of overall student development, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) provides facilities and encouragement for every sport that students find interest in. Exceptional talents are given adequate encouragement in their chosen sporting disciplines.

The University offers scholarships to help athletes who compete at state, national or international levels to meet the extra costs of elite participation. The scheme provides personal academic coaching, complete tuition fee waiver, free access to the University sports facilities, and guaranteed University accommodation for the duration of study.

VIE, an All India Sports Extravaganza, is an annual event hosted by JAIN (Deemed-to-be University). The University sees an outstanding performance and participation of students from than 50 colleges in various indoor and outdoor sporting events.

Cricket
Basketball
Hockey
Table Tennis
Snooker
Tennis
Badminton
Golf
Squash
Horse Riding
Obstacle
Swimming

Sprintoor: Is a multi-sports indoor stadium with a total built up area of 80,000 square feet. The stadium houses:

  • 4 badminton courts with Gerflo synthetic flooring
  • 1 basketball court with wooden flooring
  • Table Tennis hall with 15 tables
  • 2 squash courts with viewer’s gallery
  • Billiards and Snooker hall with 6 tables
  • Bowling Alley - 4 lane
  • Well-equipped & air-conditioned gyms
  • Cardio fitness center
  • Aerobic center
  • Sauna, steam and jacuzzi

Sprintoor also has well-furnished accommodation with a capacity of 75 beds, a VIP lounge, cafeteria, projector room, media room, and a reception lobby.

The Aqua: Is an ultra-modern aquatic complex. The Aqua comprises an 8-lane 25 mtr. short course swimming pool, a 10-lane 50 mtr. competition pool with water polo facilities, and a separate diving pool with standard fixed and spring diving boards. It also has a covered gallery to seat 1,000 spectators on either side of the pools. The Aqua can host competitions including water polo, diving and synchronized swimming.

The Oval: The 2 lakh sq. feet Oval is a well-designed cricket ground of international standard with 5 strips of turf wicket in the center making it suitable to host national and international level matches. It has a pavilion with facilities such as dressing rooms, massage rooms, umpire’s cabins, and a dining hall with viewer’s gallery. The ground also has 10 practice pitches – 7 turfs and 3 cement.

Tennis courts

There are 6 plexi-cushioned tennis courts.

Basketball & Volleyball

It has 4 basketball courts and 5 volleyball courts.

Football & Hockey:

It has 2 lush green turf football grounds and a natural turf hockey ground of international standard that are fitted with pop-up sprinklers.

Quick facts:
  • Paralympian: 01
  • Olympians: 06
  • Asian champions: 24
  • International tournaments bagged: 11
  • National tournaments won: 43
  • International players: 220
  • National players: 304
  • Students represented Indian universities at World University Games in South Korea, 2015: 04