Sports play a pivotal role in shaping one’s personality and maintaining good health. We’ve specially developed a sports environment that matches international standards and gives a truly global experience to all our students. All of which is provided to them on the campus.
There are multiple sport facilities to keep our students engaged and physically fit.
BasketballBeing one of the most popular sports in colleges, basketball is played by a large number of students in the evenings. We have a dedicated basketball coach and a well equipped sports sportsartment to help the budding players in every way they can.
The university campus has a football ground with lush green grass for the most widely played and followed sport in the world. An experienced football coach will train the team with all the required equipments in the evenings.
CricketA religion to most people in India than a sport and for the students of the MVSIT is no different. The infrastructure related to the game includes a cricket ground with natural turf pitches and synthetic practice pitches.
Table TennisBeing one of the most popular sports in colleges, table tennis is played by a large number of students in the evenings. We have a dedicated table tennis coach and a well equipped sports sportsartment to help the budding players in every way they can.
SPORTS ACTIVITIES1. Outdoor and Indoor Sports Facilities: Every student is encouraged to take active part in at least one outdoor activity. MVSIT has set up facilities/grounds for Cricket, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Table-Tennis, Badminton, Chess, Carom, etc., and league matches are encouraged. We are also planning an inter-college sports tournaments to develop a spirit of healthy competition.
2. Gymnasium: In order to ensure a sound body and mind, students are given special attention on health and fitness. A modern gym, with all the latest gadgets has been set up in the hostel.
5. While games, sports and athletics directly contribute to physical development of students, other co-curricular activities also indirectly contribute to it. These activities provide a useful channel for the growth and development of the body.