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HANDBOOK

OF
RULES AND

REGULATIONS

FOR
INTER-UNIVERSITY TOURNAMENTS

ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES


AIU HOUSE, 16 KOTLA MARG, NEW DELHI 110 002

In University Education, Sports play an important role in the


development of integrated personality of the youth. With this in view,
AIU has been organizing Inter-University Tournaments. Participation
of university students in these tournaments generates a spirit of healthy
competition. It is, therefore, necessary that the Inter-University Tournaments are governed by a set of 'Rules and Regulations', whkh are updated from time to time.
AIU had framed 'Rules and Regulations' from the inception of the
programme of Inter-University Tournaments in 1941. The first edition
of the 'Rules and Regulations' was published in 1945. Subsequent edi~
tions were brought out in 1957, 1964, 1968, 1977and 1985 incorporating
the amendments which had taken place during the intervening periods.
The present volume is the seventh edition in the series. All the amendments made till the end of June 1994have been included in this edition.
These rules are an improvement on the rules contained in the previous
editions to the extent that some ambiguities of language have been
removed, the chapter on 'eligibility has been codified and situations not
covered under the earlier rules have been taken care of by bringing in
new rules on the basis of the experience gained.
It is hoped that the rules contained in this volume will help in the
smooth conduct of the competitions amongst the universities and will
induce in the participants the underlying idea of 'Play the game in the
spirit of the game'.

KoB. Powar

Secretary General
Association of Indian Universities

Plge
Foreword
............................................
A Brief History of Spol1I Division
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(ill)
(viii)

A.
I
II
III
IV
V

INTRODUcrORY RULEs .. , .............................

VI

Documents

VII
VIII
IX
X
Xl
XII

Dates, Entries
Oraws ...................................
Trophies and Certificates
......................................
General Rules
'" ,., ,..... '" ...................................
Expenses
,.. , ....... , ,
Annual S\1pscription
' .......................
Saving Oa\1~
.... , ............................................

B.

RULES FOR THE CONDucr


TOURNAMENTS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Athletics
.......................
", ..........................
Badminton (Men &l: Women) ....................................
'Ball Badminton (Mel\ &: Women)
~ ;
'"
Basketball (Men &l: Women) ....................................
Bo~ing .... ; .......................
'"
~
Chess
,............................................
Cricket (Men) .......................................................
Cricket (Women)' ................................................
Cr.oss Country Races (Men &: Women)
'"
Cycling (Men &: Women)
'" ... ~
Football (Men &; Women)
Gymnastics (Men)
Gymnastics (Women)
Half Marathon &: Walking

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Interpretation .................................
"',
Tournam~ts
and Zones .... ~..................................
Entries an,d Venues. . ...........................................
Allotm~t of Toum~P\en~
;...........................
Eligibility
, .. , ...........................................
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1

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9
10

10
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,... 14

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19
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27
:.. 27
27

OF INTER-UNIVERSITY
28
30
31
31
32
33
35
36

37
38
40
41
47
51

15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

Handball (Men & Women) '" '" '"


'"
Hockey (Men & Women)
'"
'"
Judo
'"
Kabaddi
.. ,
...
..,
Kho-Kho (Men & Women)
Korfball
,
"
Malkhambh
'"
Power Lifting
,
,
'"
Rowing (Men & Women)
" ."
Softball (Men & Women)
'"
Squash Rackets
Swimming (Men & Women), Diving and Water-Polo
Table Tennis (Men)
Table Tennis (Women)
'"
Tennis
'"
'"
,
'"
Volleyball
'"
i. Weight Lifting
,
ii. Best Physique
..,
.. "
32.. Wrestling
33. Yogasanas
,
"
00'

Eligibility Proforma for


Inter-University Tournaments.

51
52
53
57
57
57
58
58
60
62
63
63
65
66
67
67
68
70
71
72

..

" 73

Proforma for collecting information


from the universities while inviting
offers for hosting Inter-University
Tournaments
"

75

Proforma for Organizing


Secretary's Repon

78

Proforma for Observer's Report.

82

Sequence of. steps regarding


drawing the fixtures. .

85

List of Running Trophies for


Men and Women. .

86

'G'

Colours of the Association of


Indian Universities and the
Member Universities

91

'H'

Statement of winners, runners-up


and winners of 3rd and 4th places
of Inter-University Tournaments

98

'I'

'J'

Statement of lVinners, runners-up


and winners of third place of
Dr. B.L. Gupta Inter-University
General Championship Trophy.

150

Statement of winners, runners-up


and winners of third place of
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy.

151

'K'

Inter-University

Athletic Records.

'L'

Inter-University
Records.

Swimming

'M'
'N'
'0'

...

153
156

Inter-University Weight-Lifting
Records
,.
Sequence of Events for InterUniversity Athletics Meet.
Years of introduction of
Inter-University Tournaments
various games. ..

159
161

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164

(A) Origin:
The origin of the Sports Division can be traced to 1928 when InterUniversity Board (IUB), after its existence of only 4 years, decided to
undertake a survey regarding the position of the infrastructure of sports
facilities existing ili the universities and colleges. As a follow-\\P action
an "Inter-University Athletic Board" with its headquarters in.Patna, was
set up in 1929. The moving. spirit behind this development was Prof;
l.s. Armour of the Patna Government College and Prof; Moinulhaq of
the Bihar National College who became its first Chairman afkl Sectetary
respectively. The Universities of Allahabad, Banaras, Calcutta, Dacca,
Lucknow, Madras and Patna were its founder members. The games
initially taken up for organising Inter-University Competitions were
Cricket, Football, Hockey and TennIs.
In spite of the promising start, hardly any progress could be made
in the activities of the "Athletic Board" during the next 4 years on account of the di,sturbed political conditions in the country. The moVe
was revived in 1934 when IUB at its 9th Annual Meeting held in Delhi
accepted the proposal of the Universities of Annamalai and Mysore~t
the youth of the country should be brought together on a common platform through the media of sports and debates. The same year, Cricket
matches were organised between the Universities of Bombay and
Mysore at MYSore and Bangalore. In 1935, IUB decided that regular
contests in athletics and other games should be conducted by the hOst
university at the occasion of the annual meetings of the Board.
The proposal was given effect to at Aligarh in 1936. Concrete steps
to project a systematic programme of Inter-University Competitions
were, however, taken in 1939 when IUB adopted aresolution to frame
uniform rules for the conduct of Inter- University Tournaments in the
games of Football, Cricket, Athletics, Hockey, Tennis and Swimming.
The assignment of drafting the rules was given to the Universities of
Patna, Bombay, Panjab, Lucknow, Allahabad and Madras respectively.
A Sub-Committee consisting of the following was. also constituted to
consider the draft rules.
1. Pt. Amar Nath Jha;
2. Khan Bahadur Mian M. Afzul Hussain;
3. Professor Kazi Moharmnad Hussain and
4. Mr. R.P. Masani.

The Committee met in Bombay in March 1940 to examine the draft


rules along with the comments received from the other member universities to which the same were circulated and prepared a comprehensive
set of uniform Rules & Regulations in1941. Tournaments in 3 events
viz. Athletics, Hockey and Tennis were held in 1940-41 in accordance
with these rules.

The "Inter-University Athletic Board" was conceived as an independent organisation to which subsequently was given the name of
"Illter-Ulliversity,SportsBoard".
A significant development took place
in 1941 when the IUB at its 16th Annual Meeting held at Trivandrunl.
set up an Inter-"University Sports Representative Committee consistirtg
of
I."epresentative from each of the following universities :

one

1. Aligarh(North

Zone)

2. Calcutta' (East Zone)


.3. Osmania.(Central

Zone)

4. TravatlcQt'e' (South Zone)


Chairman and Secretary of the Inter-University Board were designatedas ex.:.offido Chairman and ex-officio Secretary. Khan Bahadur
Mian M. Afzul Hussain of the Panjab University was' co-opted as a
member of this committee. The other member universities were given
the option to nominate a .representative each at their own e?q>enses.
This .Sub-Committee was, in fact, the "Inter-University Sports Board"
in its 'embryo' form. It had its first session in Lucknow on March 24,
1941 which canbe termed as the first annual meeting of the InterUniversity Sports Board. The various subjects discussed in this meeting
were: (i) recommendationS of the rules sub-committee, (ii) adoption of
rules regarding' management and control of the LU Tournaments, (iii)
distribution of venues, (iv) eligibility rules, (v) schedule of expenses,
(vi) trophies, (vii) merit certificates, (viii) University colours etc. The
most important decision of this meeting was that the Inter-University
Tournaments will be run under the overall control of the Inter-University Sports Board. For the first time, in 1944-45 a booklet of Rules and
Regulations for the conduct of Inter-University Tournaments was
brought out From 1941 onwards, regular annual meetings of the Sports
Board had been held till 1973 when by a resolution of the Standing
Committee of the IUB, the annual sessions of the Sports Board were
.discontinued. Instead a Sports Committee was constituted to dispose of
the work, hitherto, handled at the annual meetings of the Sports Board.

The Inter-University Sports Board of India was revived in terms of


the Report of the Working Group which was approved at the 64th Annual General Meeting of AIU held at srinagar on 4th October, 1989.
Another important development in the activities and programme'S of
the Sports Board took place in 1969, in the wake of reverting from atmpulsory N.C.C. to optional for the university and college students. In
this process two alternative streams were evolved viz. N.s.O and N.s.s.
University students taking part in N.s.O programmes were exempted
from taking up the N.C.C. or N.s.s.
The Scheme of Grants for Games & Sports in Universities & Colleges
(earlier known as N.s.O Scheme) consists of :
1. Coaching/ training of the Indian Universities Teams to prepare them
for participation in Open National Championships or any other tournament - National or International.
2. Awarding
Tournaments

of financial assistance for conducting

Inter- University

3. Awarding of Prize Money to universities winning first, second and


third positions in each of the selected disciplines of sports at the InterUniversity Tournament level.
4. Financial assistance for the development
universities and colleges.

of sports infrastructure

in

5. Awarding of Prize Money to universities winning first, second and


third positions in the overall championships for the Maulana Abul
Kalam Azad Trophy.
6. Awarding of Sports Talent Scholarships to the talented sports students of universities and colleges.
The Inter-University Sports Board was entrusted with the responsibility of handling the first three programmes. For the Indian Universities teams to be eligible to participate in the national level
tournaments, it was necessary for the Inter- University Sports Board to
become a member of the corresponding national sports federations. Appropriate steps had been taken in this direction and the Sports Board
became a member of 10 national sports bodies viz. (i) All India Tennis
Association, (ii) Amateur Athletic Federation of India, (Hi) Amateur
Handball Federation of India (iv) Badminton Association of India, (v)
Board of Control for Cricket in India, (vi) Indian Hockey Federation, (vii)
Indian Women's Hockey .Federation, (viii) Rowing Federation of India,
Ox) Women's Cricket Association of India (x) Wrestling Federation of

India. Wherever feasible, Indian Universities Teams are selected, trained


and projected to participate in the national level tournaments.
Reorganisation of the Inter-University Board took place when the
name of IUB was changed to AIU and the new Memorandum of Association was adopted in 1974. At the annual meeting of the AIU held
in Annamalai University in December 1983, the separate annual subscription for membership of the Sports Board was also merged into the
annual subscription for membership of the AIU.
(C) Future:
Making a modest beginning with a limited objective of occasionally
organising the Inter-University Competitions in one or two games purely from the angle of educational values, Sports Board gradually grew
from strength to strength embracing a very wide umbrella of sports
programmes. At present, the Sports Board is managing annually InterUniversity Tournaments in 14 games for men, 10 games for women and
14 games for both men & women at 66 University centres. Another area
of activities covered by the Sports Board is the selection and training
of Indian Universities Teams, organising exchange of visits between the
Indian Universities Teams and universities teams from abroad, working
as a coordinating agency between the member universities for organising the Sports programmes, to have a liaison with the Deptt. of Youth
Affairs & Sports, Government of India and other national level agencies
like the Sports Authority of India for the promotion and development
of sports in the University sector. The Sports Board is alive to the changing concept of sports. The emphasis is fastly shifting from the academic
concept of educational and recreative values of sports to practical and
utilitarian concept of performance. Appropriate steps have been taken
to give a new direction to the University sports programmes bearing
in mind the changed concept.

I. INTERPRETATION

In these rules:
a) 'Association' means the Association of Indian Universities'.
b) 'Standing Committee' means the Standing Committee of the
Association.
c) 'Sports Board' means the Inter-University Sports Board of
India.
d) 'Sports Committee' means the Sports Committee of the Sports
Bo!U"d.
e) 'President' means the President of the Sports Board.
f)

'University' means the member University/Institute of the Association.

g) 'Tournament' means the Inter-University Tournament/Competition.


h) 'Final' means the All India Final.
i) 'Organising University' means the UniverSity/Institute to
which a tournament has been allotted by the Sports Board.
j) 'Organising Committee'means the Committee constituted by
the Organising University to manage and conduct the InterUniversity Toumament{s) allotted to it.
k) 'Organising Secretary' means the Secretary designated by the
Organizing University as the Secretary of the Organizing
Committee.
1) 'He' means 'She' as welt

u. TOURNAMENTS

AND ZONES

The tournaments in the following games shan be organised annually


by the Sports Board on an All-India basis/2-Zone basis/4-Zone basis

as given below. The tournaments shall be played on knock-out


basis/league basis/league-cum-knock out basis etc. as decideCiby 'the
Sports Board from time to time.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Athletics (M&:W)
Ball Badminton (M)
Ball Badminton (W)
Boxing

5. Chess
6. Cricket (W)
7. Cross Country Races (M&W)
8.
9.
10.
11.

Cycling (M&W)
Football (W)
Gymnastics & Malkhambh
Half Marathon & Walking

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

Hockey (W)
Judo (M&W)
Korfball
Power Lilting (M)
Rowing (M&W)
Soltball (M&W)
Squash Rackets
Swimming, Diving &
Water Polo
Tennis (W)
Wt. Lilting & Best Physique
Wrestling
Yogasanas

1.
3.
5.
7.

Basketball (W)
Kabaddi (W)
Kho-Kho(W)
Volleyball (W)

2. Handball (M&W)
4. Kho-Kho (M)
6. Tennis (M)

1.
3.
5.
7.

Badminton (M&W)
Cricket (M)
Hockey (M)
Table Tennis (M&W)

2.
4.
6.
8.

Basketball (M)
Football(M)
Kabaddi (M)
Volleyball (M)

The Sports Board may reshuffle the above Zonal Plan, from time to
time, and may add or delete tournaments to/from the above list.
For tournaments run on 4-Zone basis, the u.niversities/institutes
shall be grouped into Zones as follows:

1. Agra University
2. Aligarh Muslim University
3. University of Allahabad

4. All India Institute of Medical Sciences


5. Avadh University
6. Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture & Technology
7. Ch. Charan Singh University
8. Ch.Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University
9. Dayalbagh Educational Institute
10. University of Delhi
11. Dr. Y.S. Pannar University of Horticulture & Forestry
12. Forest Research Institute
13. G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology
14. Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya
15. Guru Nanak Dev University
16. Hemwa~! ~~andan Bahuguna Garhwal University
17. Hima~hal Pradesh University
18. Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
19: Indian Agricultural Research Institute
20. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
21. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
22. Indian Veterinary Research Institute
23. Indira Gandhi National Open University
24. Jamia Hamdard
25. Jamia Millia Islamia
26. University of Jammu
27. Jawaharlal Nehru University
28. Kanpur University
29. University of Kashmir
30. Kumaun University
31. Kurukshetra University
32. University of Lucknow
33. Maharshi Dayanand University
34. Narendra Dev University of Agriculture & Technology
35. National Dairy Research Institute
36. National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation & '
Museology
.
37. Panjab University
38. Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research
39. Punjab Agricultural University

40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.

Punjabi University
Rohilkhand University
University of Roorkee
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences
School of Planning & Architecture
Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricutural Sciences & Technology
Shri LaIBahadur Shastri Rastriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth
Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology

1. Arunachal University
2. Assam University
3. Assam Agricultural University
4. Awadhesh Pratap Singh. University
5. Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar Bihar University
6. Banaras Hindu University
7. Bengal Engineering College
8. Berhampur University
9. Bhupendra Narayan MandaI University
10. Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
11. Birla Institute of Technology
12. Birsa Agricultural University
13. University of Burdwan
14. University of Calcutta
15. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies
16. Chitrakut Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya
17. Dibrugarh University
18. Gauhati University
19. University of Gorakhpur
20. Guru Ghasidas University
21. Indian School of Mines
22. Indian Statistical Institute
23. Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
24. Jadavpur University
25. Jai Prakash University
26. University of Kalyani
27. Kameshwar Sin~ Darbhanga Sanskrit University
*14A. Central Agricultural University

28. Kashi Vidyapeeth


29. LN. Mithila University
30. Magadh University
31. Manipur University
32. North Bengal University
33. North Eastern Hill University
34. Orissa University of Agriculture &: Technology
35. Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University
36. Patna University
37. Purvanchal University
38. Rabindra Bharati University
39. Rajendra Agricultural University
40. Ranchi University
41. Sambalpur University
42. Sampurnanand Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
43. Shri Jagannath Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
44. Sido Kanhu University
45. Tezpur University
46. Tilak Manjhi Bhagalpur University
47. Tripura University
48. Utkal University
49. Veer Kunwar Singh University
50. Vidyasagar University
51. Vinoba Bhave University
52. Visva-Bharati
SOUTH ZONE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore


University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad
Alagappa University
Andhra University
Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University
Anna University
Annamalai University
Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science &: Higher Education for
Women
9. Bangalore University

10. Bharathiar University


11. Bharathidasan. University
12. University of Calkut
13. Central Institute of English &: Foreign Languages
14. Cochin University of Science &: Technology
15. Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha
16. Dr. B.R Ambedkar Open University
17. Gandhigram Rural Institute
18. Gulbarga University
19. University of Health Sciences
20. University of Hyderabad
21. Indian Institute of Science
22. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
23. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
24. Kakatiya University
25. Kannada University
26. Kamatak University
27. University of Kerala .
28. Kerala Agricultural University
29. Kuvempu University
30. University of Madras
31. Madurai Kamaraj University
32. Mahatma Gandhi University
33. Mangalore University
34. Manipal Academy of Higher Education
35. Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
36. Mother Teresa Women's University
37. University of Mysore
38. Nagarjuna University
39. National Law School of India University
40. Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences
41. Osmania University
42. Pondicherry University
43. Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth
44. Sree Oritra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences &: Technology
45. Sree Shankaracharya University of Sanskrit
46. Sri Chandrasekharendra
Saraswathi Viswa Maha Vidyalaya

47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.

Sri Krishnadevaraya University


Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visvavidyalayam
Sri Sathya Sai Institute Of Higher Learning
Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences
Sri Venkateswara University
Tamil University
Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University
Tamil Nadu Veterinary & Animal Sciences University
Telugu University

1. Amravati University
2. Banasthali Vidyapeeth
~. Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya
4. Bhavnagar University
5. Birla Institute of Technology & Science
6. University of Bombay
7. Bundelkhand University
8. Central Institute of Fisheries Education
9. Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute
to. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya
11. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
12. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University
13. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University
14. Dr. HS. Gour Vishwavidyalaya
15. Goa University
16. Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics
17. GUjarat University
18. Gujarat Agricultural University
19. Gujarat Ayurved University
20. Gujarat Vidyapith
21. Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
22; Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya
23. International Institute for Population Sciences.
24. Jain Vishva Bharati Institute
25. Jai Narain Vyas University

26. Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya


27. Jiwaji University
28. Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth
29. Kota Open University
30. M.s. University of Baroda
31. Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati University
32. Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth
33. Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Institute of Journalism
34. Marathwada Agricultural University
35. M.L. Sukhadia University
36. Nagpur University
37. North Gujarat University
38. Nor.th Maharashtra University
39. University of Poona
40. Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth
41. University of Rajasthan
42. Rajasthan Agricultural University
43. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth
44. Rani Durgawati Vishwavidyalaya
45. Sardar Patel University
46. Saurashtra UniverSity
47. Shivaji University
48. S;N.D.T. Women's University
49. South Gujarat University
SO. Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada

Universio/

51. Tata Institute of Social Sciences


52. Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth
53. Vikram University
54. Yashwantrao

Chavan Maharashtra

Open UniversitY

For tournaments played on 2-rone basis, North Zone and East Zone
will merge to constitute one zone known as "North-East Zone" and
South Zone and West Zone will merge to constitute "South-West Zone"
The guiding factors for including new universities/Institutes

pu1icu1ar zone shall be physical contiguity.

into a

IlL ENTRIES & VENUES

a) Only member universities/Institutes of the Association shall be


eligible to enter their teams to participate in the Inter- University Tournaments. Each university shall be entitled to enter only one team in a
tournament .. The minimum entries required for conducting a tournament shall be as follows except in cases where special circumstances
warrant relexation:

Men

Women

Minimum number of entries


All India Basis
Zonal Basis
10
5
6
4

b) In case the minimum required number of entries in a particular


zone(s) is not received till the last date of receiving the entries, the entering teams shall be merged into the other zone as follows:
i) If the tournament.is on 2-zone basis, .it will be run straight away on
All-India basis and the zone which has larger number of entries shall
conduct the tournament.
ii) If the tournament is on4-zone basis, the zone receiving inadequate
number of entries shall be merged into the other zone and the new zone
so formed shall be called North/South Zone as the case may be as under
Rule No. II.
Hi)If by such a mer~, only three,zones emerge the Inter- Zonals shall
be played on league basis.
tv) Where adequate number of entries has not been received, the Organising Secretary shall communicare. to the office of the Association
the names of the entering universities telegraphically immediately after
the closing date of receiving the entries is:over.
v) For purposes of seeding, no consideration shall be given to such a
zone except that if the Zonal ,Winners and runners-up of the previous
year have entered their teams, they shall be placed in two different
halves of the Draw.

vi) For the year for which All India Championship is not completed in
a particular tournament, the members of the participating unive~ities
in that tournament for that year will not be considered to have participated in that tournament.
vii) If any of the 4universiti~ i.e. previous year's Zonal winner, runner-up or losing semi-finali~ts of a particular Zone are available in the

same zone, the normal seeding will be given only to the original zonal
winner, runner-up and losing semi-finalists as the case may. be. The
universities, which have been shifted to a new zone, will not be given
seeding.
In case a vacancy has arisen due. to shifting of a winner, runners-up
or losing semi-finalists from one Zone to another zone such a vacancy(ies) shall be filled up by draw of lots from amongst the participating
universities except the original winners, runners-up and losing semifinalists of that particular zone, which will have the right of seeding.

The tournaments for a particular year shall be allocated to the universities by the Sports Board. The university, which has been entrusted
with the responsibility of organising the tournament, shall be called
"organising university". The headquarters of an organising university
shall ordinarily be the venue of the tournament. However, an organising
university may, in consultation with the Secretary of the Sports Board
and the competing universities, arrange to hold preliminary round
matches at some other university centre, to be described for this purpose
as the sub-venue.
The Association, before assigning allocation, may enquire to its satisfaction from the university/institute
aspiring to conduct a tourna:'
ment(s) whether necessary facilities in respect of grounds/courts,
equipment and other requirements listed in the proforma (given at Appendix-B) pertaining to the smooth conduct of the tournament(s) in the
concerned university/institute are available.
The Association may nominate observers, every year, to cover all
selected tournaments who shall submit their observations in the proforma (given at Appendix-D). T.A./D.A. of the observers shall be paid by
the respective organising university in accordance with its existing rules.
All India Tournaments conducted on 2-Zone/4-Zone basis shall be
allotted to different zones in cloCkwise direction - E to S toW to N.

A. 1. Only a bonafide, full time student, who is enrolled for a course


of the University, which is of a minimum duration of one
academic year, and whose examination is conducted by the
university, shall be eligible to participate in the Inter-University tournaments.

1.1 Students of Open Universities shall be considered to be


bonafide students and shall be eligible to participate provided
they fulfil other conditions. However, students enrolled in
Correspondence Course Institutes of Universities, casual students, external students and students pursuing bridge courses
shall not be eligible.
1.2 Ph.D., M. Phil., Compartment, ATKT etc. students will be
eligible to participate only if in terms of the concerned university rules they are regarded to be bonafide students and fulfil
other conditions laid down in this behalf.
2. All students participating in the LU. Tournaments shall fulfil
the following conditions:
(a) Not more than 7 years have. elapsed since a student
passed the examination qualifying him/her for first admission to a university or college affiliated to a university.
For students getting admission after matriculation or
equivalent examination to a university or college affiliated to a university, the period of 7 years will be extended to 8 years.
(b) The seven-year period mentioned above shaH be distributed as below:
i) not more than 4 years while pursuing graduate
studies. However, in case of universities where students are admitted to the graduate courses after
passing matriculation or equivalent examination,
the period of 4 years shall be extended by one more
year.

m not more

than 3 years while pursuing postgraduate

studies
irrespective of any other condition~ like change of
class/ course/faculty, joining lower class from higher,
changing academic -to professional courses or vice versa,
provided that:
students admitted, after passing +2 examination, to
graduate courses of more than 3 years duration like
Medical, Engineering, Agriculture, Pharmacy etc.
shall be eligible to participate in the Inter.University
tournaments for the actual length of such graduate
courses.

For the purpose of determining


these rules:

the number of years under

a) graduate courses shall be treated to be those where the


admission is sought after passing Matriculation or
equivalent or +2 or equivalent examination, as the case
may be.
b) all other courses, where admission is obtained after passing degree examinations, e.g. LL.B., MBBS, B.Ed., B.P.Ed.,
B.Ub. etc. will be clubbed with other postgraduate courses like M.A., M.Sc., M.Com., M.Ub., M.Ed. etc.
3. Only students, who are less than 25 years of age as on first
July of the academic year in which the tournament is held,
can participate.
4. A student employed on full time basis shall not be eligible to
participate.
5. A student shall not be allowed to represent more than one
. University during a single academic year.
6. Provisional admission to a course or Univesity shall not make
the student eligible to represent the University.
7. In case
his/her
his/her
he/she
sity.

of a student
migration
admission
is admitted

migrating from one University to another,


case will be considered eligible only after
in the new university is regularised and
as a bonafide student by the new univer-

B. Exp lanalions
1. In case of students changing from one course to another the
period spent in the previous cour!iC before joining the new
course shall be counted towards total period of eligibility.
2. One year meanS the academic year in which the tournament
is held irrespective of whether the students result is declared
or not. It will normally extend from June/July of one year for
12 calendar months to the next year.
C. Disqualifications

for violation of eligibility

rules:

1. Any disqualification of a player on grounds of ineligibility will


result in the automatic scratching of Ute team for that
academic year. The team shall also be debarred from par-

ticipating in the. tournament


following year.

(in that game) to be held in the

2. A player disqualified on the grounds of ineligibility shall not


be permitted to ,participate in University tournaments in the
next year.
3. Those players, who are selected for the Indian Universities
Teams to participate in the National Level Tournaments if they
represent some other organisations without the permission of
AIU they shall be debarred from participation in the InterUrriver$ity Tournaments.

1. Every participating university in a tournament shall supply to the


Organising Secretary of the Zone and/or All India Final Tournament,
the following documents signed by its Registrar or the Secretary of its
Sports Committee under :>eat:
''Eligibility details in only typewritteil in resPect of students, along with
their fathers' name!!, included as members of the team, in quadruplicate
on the prescribed proforma (given at Appendix- A)"
2. These documents shall reach the Organising Secreta,ry at least a day
before. the <:ommencelllent of the resPeCtive tournaments. In case of individual events like a.thletics, boxing, gymna~tics, fllalkhambh, swimming, .wrestling, weight-lifting, best physique competition etc., the
detailed entries i.e. names of the members of the team specifying their
events/weight categories shall be submitted to the Organising Secretary
at least 10 days before the <:ornmencernent of the tournaments. No subsequent change/addition/replacement
in the list of players once submitted to the organising university shall be allowed. This also applies
fOI'tJ\e Inter-Zonals ilnd only the same team as participated in Zonal
TOurnament shall be allowed to participate.in the Inter- Zona1s.
If the list of a participating team contains more number .of players than
the maximum number permissible under the rule, such a team shall not
be allowed to participate in the tournament till the strength of the tearn
is reduced to within the maximum number of players permissible under
the rule. Moreover, in all games where ranking order is detennined, the
universities, qualifying to participate in the Inter-Zonals, Shall be allowed to change the ranking order of the members of their tearns.
3. Universities, qualifying from the Zonal tournaments for the Interzonals, shall also be required to submit, on arrival at the venue of the
Inter-Zonals, to the Organising Secretary, a copy of the eligibility details

of the members of their respective team who participated in the Zonal


tournament,
duly verified by the concerned Zonal organising
secretaries; failing which, the team(s) shall not be allowed to participate
in the Inter-Zonals.
The eligibility forms, without the stamp of the Association/or bearing unauthorised overwritings, shall not be accepted as valid by the
Organising Committee. The overwritings, if any, must be duly initialled
by the Secretary, Sports Committee/Registrar of the concerned university, as the case may be.
4. (a) The Organising University, after the completion of the tournament, shall send the following documents to the office of the Association.
i) 225 copies of the Organising Secretary's Report on the tournament on the prescribed proforma given at Appendix-C.
ii) Two copies of the eligibility details submitted to him by the
participating teams.
(b) The office of the Association, in turn, shall send one copy of the
eligibility details, so received, to the organising university of the next
year's tournament. The organising university of the next year's tournament shall send the eligibility particulars received by them from the
office of the Association for the previous year to the organising university of the following year.
(c) The Organising universities, failing to send 225 copies of the
Organising Secretaries' Reports along with 2 copies of eligibility particulars of each participating team both on the prescribed proformae
(given at Appendices-A & C) by the year following 31st March, shall
be required to pay to the Association a penalty of Rs.500/ - each and
shall be debarred from participating in the Inter- University Tournaments till relevant documents are received in the office of the Association.
VII DATES, ENTRIES AND DRAWS
1. The organising universities shall run the tournaments allotted to them
in accordance with the schedule indicated in the sport calendar which
shall, as far as possible, be circulated latest by the end of June, every
year. For tournaments played on Zonal basis, it shall be the responsibility of each Zonal Organising university to draw up the dates of the
Zonal tournament allotted to it in coordination with the date of commencement of the respective Inter-Zonals as given in the Sports Calendar so that the Zonal teams qualifying for the Jnter-Zonals are able to

reach the venue of the Inter-Zonals directly from the respective Zonal
ven1,leswell in time, preferably 24 hours prior to the time of commencement of their 1st match.
For tournaments conducted on 2-Zone basis or 4-Zone basis, 4 teams
i.e. winners, runners~up and losing semi-finalists shall qualify from each
zone to participate in the Inter-Zonals.
Inter-zonals shall be conducted in continuation with a Zonal tournament allotted to the venue of the Inter-Zonals.
2. The entries shall be sent under Registered A.D. cover addressed to
the official on the mailing list circulated, every year, by the Association
or the Organising Secretary designated by the host university who shall
acknowledge the receipt of the entries. However, in the case of Athletics,
it shall be obligatory on the part of the organising university of All
India Inter-University Athletic Meet to get the entry forms printed and
invite entries only on the printed entry forms. Conditions of sending
detailed entries in the disciplines of Gymnastics and Water-Polo shall
not be insisted upon.
~
'The entries must reach the Organizing Secretary on or before the
closing date of entries prescribed in the Sports Calendar. No entries
shall be accepted in any of the Inter-university Tournaments after the
closing date. If there is any change in respect of the official of a university after the mailing list is circulated by the Association, such change
shall be notified by the concerned university directly to all the other
member universities/institutes under intimation to the Association.
3. (a) Draw of fixtures shall be made by lots in the presence of a com~tee appointed by the Organising Committee immediately after the
c~giffilte,
pf ,:ntriesspecified in the Sports Calendar. The particulars
p
q;n~~:p,ri:Ws, dates and other relevant details shall be
d ,
,"~, by _the Organi~ing University under registered cover with
acknowlesfgInent due, at least 4 weeks before the start of the tournament
to the Secretaries, Sports Committees and also under certificate of posting to the Registrars of the participating universities and to the Secretary
General of the Association. Where because of unavoidable sit,uations,
'Draws' have to be revised, the original dates of the matches, as far as
possible, shall ,not be changed. Where the venues of Inter-University
Tournaments are eventually changed at a short notice, the fixtures shall
be drawn and circulated by the Association. As far as JX.>~sible,
all the
tournaments shall be finalised by the 15th of February, except in special
cases with the prior permis~on of the Secretary General of the Association.

(b) Immediately after closing date of entry is over, the Organising


University lihall infonnthe participating Universities about the date of
draw of fixtures. The participating universities may send their representatives at the time of draw of fixtures at their own expenses. The
fixtures drawn must be despatched to all the participating universities
at least 4 weeks in advance of the commencement of the Tournament
to the Secretaries, Sports Committees and Registrars as stated under
para 3.(a) above. A copy of the same shall invariably be sent to AIU
Office.
The following procedure (also see the procedure detailed at Appendix-E) shall be followed while making the draw of fixtures:
i) If the number of entries is eight or less, the draw of fixures
shall be divided into two halves.

in

If the number of eritries is more than eight, the draw of fixtures


shall be divided into four quarters.

Ui) Previous year's semi-finalists shall be so seeded that they join


t~ next year's tournament at the quarter-final stage and shall
figure in the draw of fixtUres in such a manner that the. previous year's winner is placed at the bottom most, ronner-up
at the top most of the Qrawsand the losing semi-finalists are
cross-seeded.
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..
iv) The Draw for the rest of the entries shall be made by lots and
the universities in 'Bye' shall be placed in such a manner that
as far as possible, they do not play against each other in the
first round.
,

0) In the Inter-Zonals played on league-cum-knockout.


basis, the winners and runners-up of the zonal toumamentsshall be diVided into two
pools by draw of lots provided that the winners and -runners-up of the
same zone shall be placed in different pools. Four teams in a pool shall
play on league basis. Teams securing first and second positions in each
pool shall qualify for the knock-out basis. The winners of one pool shall
play against the runners-up of another pool. The third and fourthposilions shall be determined by a playoff between the losing semi-finalists.

If a zonal tournament(s) in particular game is not. otganised for


want of a venue(s), it shall not affect the rest of the tournament in the
game concerned and the tournament so organised shall be recogt\ised
as All India Championship. Even if a tournament is organised.on 2-Zone
bMiI ud one zone is not organised for any reason the single tone tourNment shaD be reoognised as All India Championship.

For tournaments organized on- 2-zone basis or 4-Zone basis, 4 teams


i.e. Winners, runners-up and losing Semi-Finalists shall qualify from
each zone to participate in the Inter-Zonals except in Cricket (M) in
which 2 teams i.e. Zonal Wiriners and runners-up shall qualify to play
in the Inter-Zonals.
For Inter-Zonals, played on knock out basis, the draws shall be made
in the following manner :
i) The winners of each zone shall be placed at Sr. Nos. 1,3,5 &:
7 by lots and the runners-up of each zone shall be placed at
Sr. Nos. 2,4,6 &: 8 of the draw, again by lots, provided that
the winners and runners-up of a zone, in the event of _continuing to win, shall not play against each other till the final.
If a team is scratched from a tournament at a stage when league
system is applied, the result of the league matches shall be calculated
excluding the scratched team. If, however, a team is scratched in a
knock-out system, the results of the tournament preceding the stage at
which the team has been scratched shall not be affected. If a tournament
in progress is suspended indefinitely on account of unavoidable circumstances, the venue and the dates of the unfinished part of the tournament shall be decided by the Secretary General of the Association.
d) Draws shall be made in such a manner that the programme is spread
over a minimul11 period of time and no participating university is
detained for an unreasonable period at the venue of the tournament.
In case where a Zonal tournament is not held, the previous year's
Zonal winners, runners-up and the losing Semi-Finalists, as the case
may be, of the concerned tournament shall be permitted to participate
in Inter-Zonals directly.

vm TROl'ffiES

AND CERTIFICATES

L Ail -lheh-ophieS of the In~r-University To~ents


shall be running(rolling) trophies and-the details of the existing trophies shall be
maintained by the Association. A list of existing trophies is given at
Appendix-F.
2. The trophies shall be the property of the Association and as such,
any trophy not in actual use, shall be kept in th~ custody of the Association. Universities to which the trophies are awarded in a particular
year shall be held responsible for the safety and care of the trophies.
Any damage.to or loss of a trophyshall be reported to the Association
immediately.

3. It shall be incumbent upon the university holding any of the trophies


to send it, at its own cost, to the university organising the Zonal
Final/ All India Final, as the case. may be, of the next year's respective
tournament through a personal messenger and this transfer shall be
affected well in advance of the date fixed for the respective final. If, in
a particular year, a tournament is not held, the university holding
trophy in that particular tournament shall send the same to the organising university of the All India Final/Zonal Final, as the case may be,
for the following year through the aforesaid procedure. Till then, the
trophy shall continue to remain in the possession of the university holding the trophy.
4.(a)(i) In team games, certificates of merit, signed by the Secretary
General of the Association and the Organising Secretary of the All India
Final, shall be awarded to the members of the teams securing 1st, 2nd
and 3rd position with thefr fathers' names. In individual games like
athletics, boxing, cross country, judo, swimming and diving, gymnastics, malkhambh, weight lifting, best physique, cycling, wrestling etc.,
individual merit certificates shall be awarded upto 3rd position holders.
In Athletics and Gymnastics, individual championship certificates
(separately for Men and Women) shall be awarded on the basis of the
highest points obtained by an individual.
ii) Organising Universities, while issuing the certificates of participation
to the concerned teams, shall note the names of the Managers , the
coaches and also of the date of relieving of the teams.
b) No organising university shall award certificates of its own to any
of the participants in a tournament. Only the Association is authorised
to award certificates of merit as specified in Rule No.4(a) above.
Likewise; no Organising University shall award a trophy of its own for
any position in an Inter-University Tournament.
c) In tournaments run on four-zone or two-zone basis, All India Championship shall be recognised and m~rit certificates shall be awarded
even though a zonal tournament, in a particular game, is not played
because of one reason or the other.
Sports medals, whenever awarded in the Inter-University TouTnaments, shall bear the AIU emblem embossed on one side of medalS and
the host university may get its name engraved on the other side of the.
medals.
.
5. A token cup, costing Rs.l,OOO/-, as replica shall be awarded by the
Association to the University winning championship in an Inter-University Tournament for three' consecutive years. The replica shall be

awarded only in those games in which original championship trophies


exist. If a university has won a tournament for two consecutive years,
and the same tournament is not held for the third consecutive year, the
university would be entitled for the award of a replica in case it wins
the next immediate tournament disregarding the year in which the tournament was not held.
If ~ university entitled for the award of a replica in a particular game
does not write to the Association for this award within six months of
the entitlement, the award shall become time bar.
6. No offer for a trophy from any donor shall be accepted unless the
minimum cost of the trophy offered for donation is Rs.15,OOO/
-. The
donated trophies shall be titled :
i) After the name of the donating university;
OR

ii) After the name of the university which gets a trophy donated;
OR

iii) In the name of a sportsperson of outstanding merit in the


game concerned.
7. Consequent upon the regrouping of universities from two zones to
four zones, a zonal championship/Zonal runners-up trophy shall be
awarded only to the university in the zone which has donated the concerned trophy.
8. If the universities are in tie for a championship, even after following
the procedure laid down under the rules for the conduct of the respective tournaments, the championship shall be decided by the spin of a
coin.

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RUl.ES

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Each member of a tearn participating in an Inter-University


, Tournament shall carry identity card which shall bear the
following;
i) Photograph of the player and his/her signatures
ii) Attestation

of the photograph under seal by the


Registrar/Principal/Secretary,
Sports Committee of the
University concerned. The signatures of the attesting
authority must be on the photograph.

(b) A team, not carrying identity cards as defined in the rules,


shall not be allowed to participate in the concerned tournament. Any identity card bearing unauthorised overwriting
shall not be accepted as valid by the Organising secretary. For
overwriting, if any, Rule No.VI(3) may be referred to.
2.(a) Organising

University

Every university undertaking to conduct a tournament on behalf of


the Association shall be responsible for its organisation, supervision and
conduct in every aspect. For this purpose, the Vice-Chancellor of the
host university shall appoint a competent body to be known as the
Organising Committee. One of the members of the Organising Committee shall be designated as the Organising secretary, who should, as far
as possible, be from the Department of Physical Education. This Committee shall function under his supervision. The responsibility of organising the tournament, according to the rules, shall be that of the
Vice-Chancellor and it is for him to delegate his powers to any body,
he wishes. Besides, he shall set up a Technical Committee consisting of
not less than 3 members, having adequate knowledge of the
game/ event.
The Technical Committee shall submit a report to the Vice-Chancellor on all matters of Technical nature concerning the tournament.
It shall be the duty of the Organising Committee to ensure that all
the rules and regulations laid down by the Association for the InterUniversity Tournaments are complied with. In case of any infringement
of the rules, the Organising Committee shall have the powers to take
appropriate action. If a particular team includes an ineligible player (as
defined in the rules), the team after due verification, shall be scratched
from the tournament and shall be debarred from participation in the
next year's tournament. When a team in a particular tournament is
scratched on grounds of infringement of rules or indiscipline, it will
have no retrospective effect on the matches already played by the
scratched team(s). The team playing against the scratched team will
have the right to play in the next match.
In case of any misconduct by any individual player(s) or a team as
a whole, the Organising Committee shall have powers even to scratch
the team/disqualify
the individual player(s) from participation in the
tournament. While doing so, however, the Organising Committee shall
strictly follow the practices as laid down below:
i) Both the teams involved in the dispute will be given an o~
portunity to explain their respective point of view.

ii) The meeting will be presided over by the Chainnan of the


Organising Committee.
Hi) The matter will be reported immediately to the Secretary
General of the Association. If it is deemed necessary to make
an on the spot inquiry C?fthe incident, a senior officer of the
Sports Division of the Association or a Senior Officer Incharge
of Sports Department from a member university shall be
deputed for the purpose.
b) The Organising Committee shall hoist the Association's flag for the
entire duration of the tournament.
c) i) The Organising University shall provide free, neat and clean lodging-fadlities - adequately equipped with toilet, drinking water and light
etc. to' the participating universities. For this purpose, hostels/class
rooms available in the affiliated colleges can also be utilised. The lodging arrangements shall be. near the grounds/ courts as far as possible
and in no case the same should be more than 10 kms. away from the
playing area. If the place of lodging is situated at a distance of more
than 5 kms. from the grounds/courts, the Organising University shaD
provide for transport facilities to and fro at the cost on pro rata basis
to participating universities.
ii) The grounds, courts, etc. and the equipment used for Inter-University Tournaments must conform to international specifications.
Hi) The playing area should be appropriately barricaded and
separated from the spectators area and an adequate distance should be
maintained in between these two' areas.
d) The Organlsing University shall inform the zonal winners and runners-up about the dates and venue of the All India Fmal and also it
shall provide them all facilities for their local transport connected with
undertaking the journey to reach the venue of the All-India Final.
e) The Zonal Organising Universities shall fix up the dates of the Zonal
Tournaments allotted to them in close coordination with the dates of
the Inter-ZonaIs.
f) An Organising University failing to conduct the tournament allotted
to it to the entire satisfaction of the Association shall not be assigi\ed
any tournament for a period of three years.
g) There shall be one day's gap between the zonal Quarter finals and
league matches in tournaments played on this pattern.

This rule shall be applicable in games other than Athletics, Boxing,


Gymnastics, Judo! Rowing, Swimming, Weight Lifting and Wrestling.
3. Organising Secretary
a) It shall be the duty of the Organising Secretary to keep the Association fully informed of the entries received, the detailed particulars of
the draw, the dates of the zonal and AlI- India Final matches and their
respective venues. The Organising Secretary shall also send 225 copies
of the report on a prescribed proforma (Appendix-C) and other relevant
details mentioned in Rule VI(4)(a) to the office of the Association by
the end of January in respect of tournaments completed by the end of
December and by the end of February in case of the remaining tournaments.
Defaulting universities in sending the Organising
Reports in time will be liable to action as contemplated

Secretaries'
under Rule

VI.4(c).

b(i). All the Organising Universities, whether of the Zonal or the InterZonal Competitions, shall send confirmation to the effect that they will
be holding the Tournaments allotted to them within one month of the
circulation of the Sports Calendar.
(ii). The Organising University of Inter':Zonal shall intimate well in advance to the Organising Universities of the Zonal Competition about
the exact programme of the Inter-Zonal so as to enable the Zonal Organising Universities to inform the qualifying universities of a particular
Zone about the programme of All India Finals.
(Hi). If circumstances are such that an organising university is not in a
position to conduct a tournament allotted to it, the prior approval of
the Secretary General of the Association must be taken before deciding
cancellation of the tournament. The Organising Secretary shall give at
least two months' notice to this effect to all the universities concerned
unless the circumstances to do so are beyond control so that the least
possible dislocation results.
(iv). Under normal circumstances no Organising University
prepone or postpone the tournament allotted to them.

shall

(v). The Universities, which find it impossible to host the tournaments


allotted to them, shall inform the Office of the Association to this effect
as well as to all the participating universities giving them at least one
month's notice failing which the defaulting universities shall not be allowed to participate in the concerned tournament(s) or to adhere to its
dates was, to the satisfactiotl of the Sports Board, for factors beyond

- the control of the concerned university such as natural calamities, riots,


students' agitation etc.
c) If a zonal tournament(s) in a particular game is/are not organised
for want of a venue(s) it shall not affect the rest of the tournament in
the game concerned and the tournament so organised shall be recognised as All India Championship. -Even if a tournament is organised on
two-zone basis and one zone is not organised for any reason, the single
zone tournament shall be recognised as All India Championship.
4. Accredited Representatives:
Every university sending its team to participate in an Inter-University Tournament shall appoint a whole time employed, responsible male
Q"- fe~~ .staff member (teaching/ administrative/coaching
including
;~~atta,ched
by SAI to the university or an affiliated college) as its
,"~ted
representative and due intimation of such an appointment
;shaIl be sent to the organising university.
For purpose of nominating Coaches to accompany the University
Team the condition of employment in University shall not be. insisted
upon. However, while nominating non-employees as Coaches the
university should ensure that they, in no way,violate the rules and
,.regulations governing Inter-University Championships. In case of any
violations the concerned university will have to take responsibility for
their actions. As regards Managers, they should be "Employees" of the
University or one of its affiliated colleges. In case where only one official
-iifnominated to accompany the Team as Manager-cum-Coach, he/she
shall be an employee only.
Under no circumstances shall-a team be allowed to participate in a
tournament unless accompanied by an accredited representative as
defined above.
-5. COLOURS
All university teams shall participate in the Inter- University TourI\aments in their respective colours. In case of clash of colours between
";tWO teams it shall be decided by the spin of coin as to which team will
.I ~the
playing uniform other than of its own colour to be supplied
the organising university. For this purpose, the organising univer_~ities shall keep one set of extra playing shirts in reserve.

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:,,,(&) UMPIRES - Selection and Powers


c-:":
"~" The Organising University shall be responsible for selecting competent umpires whose decisions on all points of fact shall be final and

binding. The panel of umpires/referees


gaNsing university well in advance .

shall be drawn up by the or-

Only qualified referees/umpires/judges/supervising


officials shall
be appointed to officiate at the Inter-University
Tournaments.
A
manager or a coach or a selector associated with any of the participating
teams or any member of such a team shall not be appointed to officiate
at the Inter-University Tournaments. No local umpire shall be appointed
to supervise a match in which the local team is playing. fIowever, in
case of Athletics, as far as possible, all officials of the Inter- University
Athletic Meet should be AAFI qualified. If that may not be possible for
any reasons, at least, the chief officials shall be AAFI qualified.
(b) EXPENSES OF UMPIRES
Expenses incurred on umpiring, including their TA/DA/boarding
and
lodging etc ..shall be borne by the organising university provided that
the participating universities shall pay to the organising university in
respect of umpiring/officiating
etc. at the following rates for different
tournaments:
i. Cricket (M&:W)- Rs.100/- per match
ii. Athletics, Boxing, Chess, Cross Country Races, Cycling, Gymnastics, Judo, Power Lifting, Rowing, Swimming, Wt. Lifting
&: Best Physique and Wrestling Rs.100/-per
team to be
counted for Men and Women separately.
Hi. For other games Rs.50/ - per match (to be counted by the number of matches that a particular team plays)
Note: For purpose of supervision charges in games like Badminton,
Table Tennis, Tennis etc. a complete 'Tie' shall constitute a
match and not merely a 'Singles' or a 'Doubles' event.
7.(a) If a university wishes to withdraw its team from a tournament
after the fixtures have been circulated, it shall, except in exceptional
circumstances to the satisfaction of the Secretary General of the Association, give a written notice to this effect at least eight days before the
commencement of the tournament to the Organising Secretary, failing
which, the withdrawing university will give an evidence to the effect
that the letter of withdrawal was issued at least 12 days before the commencement of the competition. However, in individual games like athletics, boxing, cross country races, cycling, gymnastics, judo, power
lifting, swimming, diving, water polo, weight lifting and best physique,
wrestling etc. in which the advance fixtures are not circulated, this rules
shall not apply. Any university violating this rule shall pay to the Association a token penalty of Rs.100/- in each case.

(b) A university standing in arrears in respect of these dues shall not


be allowed to participate in the corresponding Inter-University Tournament till the arrears are cleared.
8. PROTESTS
Protests against the decision of an umpire on a point of rule and
protest of any other nature in connection with the tournament shall be
in writing and must reach the Organising Secretary within two hours
of the conclusion of the tournament. A protest fee of Rs.250/ - shall
accompany every protest. Whenever a match is played away from the
headquarters of the organising university, the person incharge of the
match shall be, for purpose of this rule, the organising secretary. The
protest fee shall be forfeited if the protest is not sustained. In such cases,
the protest fee shall be remitted to the Association. Any team leaving
the field of play under protest shall be deemed to have lost the match
and forfeited its right to protest. The organising secretary shall send a
report of any such incident to the Secretary General of the Association.
If the protest pertains to feminity or dope against an athlete and is
made as per the existing rule, a certificate in this behalf from the SAI
shall be considered as valid and the concerned athlete shall be debarred
from future participation in the Inter-University Tournaments.

Wherever feasible, the organising secretary of a tournament shall,


before determining the dates of the fixtures, consult the National Sports
Federation of the game concerned so as to avoid clash in dates between
the Inter-University tournament and the respective national level tournaments.
10. A match abandoned owing to deliberate disruption such as invasion of the ground by the crowd, indiscipline on the part of the participating universities etc., shall be resumed from the point it had to be
abandoned, the old score remaining in tact.
A match played to the limitation of the time (except for cricket) at:'d
abandoned owing to natural causes like failure of light, rain etc., shan
be replayed disregarding the previous score. In games, including cricket.
in which matches are played on limitation of points, however, shall be
resumed from the point it was abandoned.
11. Interpretation of rule(s) referred to the office of the Association prior
to the commencement of a tournament shall be given by the Secretariat
but interpretation of rule(s) that might arise dUring the pro~
of a
tournament shall be given by the Organising Conu:mttee, as the case
may be, shall hold good unless, on representation of the party concerned

or at the initiative of the Secretariat, some other interpretation is given


by the Sports Board.
Even though subsequently the Sports Board might interpret the
relevant rule(s) otherwise.
12. APPELLATE POWERS
Appellate powers rest with the President and the Secretary General
of the Association. Appeals made to the Association by the aggrieved
universities against the decisions of the Organising universities shall be
considered only if received within a fortnight of the completion of the
respective tournaments. These complaints shall be considered jointly by
the President and the Secretary General, if need be, in consultation with
any authority in the game concerned. While doing so, the Secretary
General may invite representatives of the concerned universities at their
own expenses to hear their point of view and necessary inquiry into
the matter.
The President shall be authorised to take a decision. Whenever,
necessary, such disputes may even be referred to the Sports Board. The
decision, taken by the President or the Sports Board, as the case may
be, shall be binding on the parties concerned.
13. No member .including an official, of a participating team shall interfere with the conduct of a tournament or any match of the tournament and shall not enter into argument with the supervising officials
or the organising officials; nor shall they question the judgement of the
umpire(s)/referee(s)/judge(s)
etc. A participating team, however, has
every right to lodge a written protest on any point on which it feels
aggrieved but in that case, the procedure as laid down in the rules shall
be strictly followed.
Any official not complying with the rules contained in the foregoing
para shall render himself/herself liable to disciplinary action. He/she
shall be debarred from participation in the Inter-University Tournaments by the Association for a period ranging from one to three years,
depending upon the magnitude of his/her offence. Such a misbehaviour
shall also be brought to the notice of the authorities of the university
concerned for the necessary disciplinary action that they deem fit to
take against him/her.
14. No official of any member university shall go to the press on any
controversial issue. Those violating this clause shall be liable to disciplinary action which may be to the extent of debarring the concerned
university official accompanying the team from participation in the
Inter-University Tournaments for a period as may be determined by the
Sports Board.

15. The rules and regulations, if amended by the Sports Board, shall be
implemented w.e.f. the 1st of July of the following year, ensuring that
the universities get a notice of the amendments at least three months
in advance, unless specified.
16. When a team, holding any of the three positions (Ist, 2nd and 3rd
positions) is scratched after the tournament is over, the position of the
scratched team shall remain unfilled and the positions of other two winning teams shall remain unchanged. However, the merit certificates
awarded to the members of a scratched team shall be cancelled in the
office records and the university of the scratched team shall be informed
accordillgly.
~SUIT/S

BY AND AGAINST THE ASSOCIATION

, '~{1,li::Th~
Association

',1:::'

may sue or be sued in the name of the Secretary


General of the Association.

ii) The Suit! s against the Association should be filed in courts in


Delhi onlY7 in view of the fact that the Secretariat/office of the
,'"
Association is located in the National Capital Territory of Delhi
and these courts alone will have jurisdiction to try the Suit/so
X. EXPENSES
.'Each participating university shall bear the travelling, incidental and
boarding expenses of its own teams. The host university shall, however,
bg~ all. the expenses pertaining to lodging of the visiting teams,
gfQynds,l its enclosures and equipment etc. except as otherwise provided
for- ~
.under the rules for different tournaments.
.

~.

XL ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION
. . The annual subscription for membership of the AIU shall be
~l'::Per
annum or as may be revised by the Association from

tiiWf,jW-.fW.

I"

'.

~U~<~tanding
in arrears by 15th August, every year on ac.~~t
of annual subscription or of dues of any other nature, shall not
beiMgible'to participate in the Inter-University Tournaments unless the
arrears are cleared. Such arrears shall be taken to have been cleared
only' when the dues are received by the Secretary General of the Association.
XU. SA VING CLAUSES
.Any point, not directly covered by these rules, shall be decided on
the basis of the rules most nearly applicable and in accordance with the
general tenor and spirit of the overall rules.

B. Rules for the Conduct of


Inter-University Tournaments
1. Athletics
1. The competition shall be conducted under the rules of the Amateur
Athletic Federation of India, unless otherwise, modified in these rules.
2. The number of entries per university for 20 Kms., 5 Kms. Walk and
Half Marathon shall be not more than 3. However, other events except
for Relay Races each university shall be entitled to enter not more than
two competitors provided that even the 1st two entries in these events
shall be accepted only of those athletes who make the grade in terms
of the qualifying standards. The qualifying standards for each event
shall be the sixth place performance in the corresponding event in the
preceding Inter- University Athletic Meet. Any Athlete noticed to be
not fulfiling the minimum qualifying standards shall be liable to. be
debarred from further participation. However, for relay races there shall
be no qualifying standards. For relay reces, only one entry with two
reserves shall be accepted.
3. It shall be obligatory on the part of the Organising University of the
Inter:-University Athletics Championship to get the entry forms printed
and invite detailed entries only on printed entry forms. The last date
of receiving the detailed entry forms is 10 days before the actual commencement of the meet.
4. Once the detailed entry is received, no change shall be permitted. If
any Athlete fails to participate, without valid reasons in any of the
event(s), he/she is liable to be debarred from further participation in
other events.
5. The following events shall be included in the Inter- University Athletic Meets :
Men
TrtICk Events:

4xl00 mts. and 4x400 mts. Relays


Races; 100,200,400,800,1500,5000 &t
10,000 mts. Races; 110 mts.and 400
mts.hurdle Races; 20 Kms. Walk,
Half Marathon.

Field Events:
Jumps

Long. Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump and


Pole Vault
Shot Put, Hammer Throw, Discus Throw
and Javelin Throw

Women
Track Events:

Field Events:
Jumps
Throws
Heptathlon

4xl00 mts. & 4x400 mts.Relay Races,


l00,20<M00,800,1500 mts.,5000 and
10,000 mts. Races, 100 mts. and 400 mts.
hurdles, Half Marathon~ 5 Kms. Walle
Long and High Jumps
Shot Put; Disc~s Throw and Javelin Throw

5 Kms. Walk for Women and Half Marathon shall be held along With
the ~.U. Cross Country (M&W) and these events shall be scheduled in
such a way that they are completed in two day~ Walk &t Matathop
shall be held as a separate competition.
6, The order of events shall be fixed as per the sequence given at Appendix-N and the daily programme-of event shall be notifie<Hnadvance
to all the participating universities by the OrganisingUniversity.
7. Duration: Unless unavoidable the competition will be conducted fot
a period of five consecutive days.
8. Points and Certificates. : Points shall be awarded on team basis. In
each event, except for relay races, the winning university shall be
awarded 5 points for the first place, 3 points for .the.second place and
1 point for the third'place. In relay races, the winning university shall
be awarded 10 pOints for the first place, 6 poin~ for the second place
and 2 .points for the third place. Merit Certificates shall be awarded
upto first three positions in each event. For relay races, merit certificates
hall be awarded to all the 4 members of the teams winning first, second
and third positions, who constituted the. team for the final. race.
9. Championship: There shall be a separate championship each for Men
and Women sections. The university securing the highest total number
of points for the men section and the university seCuring the highest
total number of points for. the women section' shall be declared as the
champion university for the Men and Women sections. There shall,

however, be no overall championship combined both for men and


women sections respectively. In case of a tie, the university winning
the greater number of first places shall be adjudged as the champion
university.
10. Individual Best Athlete : Individual best athlete shall be adjudged
separately each for men and women sections. The athlete securing the
highest number of points in the men section shall be declared as the
best athlete for the men section and the athlete securing the highest
number of points in the women section shall be declared as the best
athlete for the women section.
2. Badminton (Men & Women)
1. The competition shall be conducted under the rules adopted by the
Badminton Association of India, unless, otherWise, modified in these
rules.
2. The tournament for men' and women sections shall be conducted
according to the following pattern:
Men
= 3 singles and 2 doubles
Women = 2 singles and 1 doubles
3. A tie for men section shall be decided by the combined results of 3
smgles and 2 doubles whereas a tie for women sectipn shall be decided
by the combined results of 2 singles and 1 doubles. The result of a tie,
however, can be declared when either of the competing teams wins 3
matches for men section and 2 matches for women section.
4. The order of events shall be as 'follows:
Men:
First Singles;
Second Singles;
First Doubles;
Third Singles;
'Second Doubles.
Women:
First Singles ;
Second Singles;
Doubles.
5. The university participating m the tournament shall bear their own
share of the cost of shuttle-cocks for each match. The quality and make
of the shuttles, however, shall be decided by the organising university.

6. The number of players representing a university in a team shall not


be less than 4 and more than 6 for men and not less than 2 and more
than 4 for women.
7. Merit certificates shall be awarded to not more than 6 players for
men section and not more than 4 players for women section.
3. Ball Badminton (Men & Women)
1. The tournament shall be conducted according to the rules as adopted
by the Ball Badminton Federation of India, unless, otherwise modified
in these rules.
2. The tournament shall be conducted only for. the 'FNES'.
3. A team shall consist of not more than 7 players including two substitutes.
4. Each match shall be played as the best of three games.
5. Not more than seven merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.
4. Basketball (Men & Women)
1. The tournament shall be conducted according to the rules of the Basketball Federation of India, unless, otherwise, modified in these rules.
2. Only rubber basketballs shall be used in the competition.
3. If there is a tie between two or more than two teams in the matches
played on league basis, the following procedure shall be adopted to
decide the tie:
(a) Dual Tie: The team, which has beaten the other team in the
league matches, shall be the winner.
(b) Tie between more than two teams: The tie between more than
two teams shall be decided on the basis of :
Points Scored
Points against
The team securing the greater quotient shall be the winner
and so on. While deciding the tie between three .or more than
three teams, only the points secured for and against in the
matches played between the teams in tie shall be counted.
(c) If the tie between two teams or more than two teams still
persists, it shall be decided by the procedure given below :
(i) Team having minimum number of player fouls shall be

declared as winner.

(ii) Even after following the (i) above, if the Tie persists the
team having minimum tcchnical fouls shall be dcclared
as winner.
(Hi) Even after following the procedure (i) and (ii) above, if
the tie persists "Draw of Lots" shall decide the winner.
(d) If there is a tie in a match played on knock out basis, extra
tillie of 5 minutes shall continue to be given till the tie is
decided.
4. Ordinarily no team shall be called upon to play more than one match
a day. If, however, under unavoidable circumstances, a team is called
upon to play two matches in J. day, there shall be at least 6 hours' gap
between the conclusion of the first mat<;h and the beginning of the
second match.
5. The to'l,lrnament upto the zonal Semi-Final stage will be played on
knock-out basis. From the semi-final stage, league system shall apply.
In the Inter-Zona Is ~he tournament shall .be played on leagu~umknock-out basis.
6. The number of players representing a university shall not be more
than 12 and not more than 12 merit certificates shall be awarded to a
team.
5. Boxing
1. The competition shall be conducted according to the rules as adopted
by the Amateur Boxing Federation of India, unless, otherwise, modified
in these rules.
2. The competition shall be conducted on knock out basis. The draw
for each weight class shall be decided by lots provided that the winner
~nd the runner-up of the previous year shall be placed at the bottom
most and the top most of the Draw respectively.
3. 'Weighing In' and medical examination shall be conducted every day
before the commencement of the competition. No weight shedding shall
be allowed after the 'weighing in' has started. Also no alterations or
additions shall be allowed after the Draws have been made. .
4. The competition shall be conducted for the following weight classes:
Light Fly Weight
upto 48 Kg.
Fly Weight
upto 51 Kg.
Bantom Weight
upto 54 Kg.
Feather Weight
upto 57 Kg.

Light Weight
upto 60 Kg.
Light Welter Weight
upto 63 Kg.
Welter Weight
upto 67 Kg.
Light Middle Weight
upto 71 Kg.
Middle Weight
upto 75 Kg.
Light Heavy Weight
upto 81 Kg.
Heavy Weight
over 81 Kg.
5. Each university is entitled to enter one competitor and one reserve
in each weight class but only one boxer shall be allowed to compete.
6. To hold competition in a particular weight class, there must be at
least two competitors.
7. A competitor shall be eligible to compete only in his own weight
class.
8. Each bout shall consist of three rounds of two minutes each, with
one minute's interval between the rounds.
9. Ordinarily no competitor shall be called upon to box more than one
bout in a day.
10. For determining the championship, first place winncr in each weight
class shall be awarded 3 points, second place winner 2 points and third
place winner 1 point. However, both the losing finalists ina particular
weight class shall be awarded third place merit certificates and shall
share 1 point equally (half and half each).
11. In all matters pertaining to bouts the
be final unless decided otherwise by the
tcrms of the Amateur Boxing Federation of
the Jury of appeal that may be constituted
tee.

decision of the referee shall


1ury appeal' constituted in
India Rules as different from
by the Organising COmmit-

6. Chess
1. Rules of the Chess Federation of India shall apply to the Inter-University Chcss Tournament unless, otherwise, modified in these rules.
2. The tournament
rounds).

will be played according to the Swiss Method (nine

3. The Chess clocks shall be used if available.


4. A team may consist of a maximum of six players (including two
reserve players) but only four players shall be allowed topartidpete
each playing against the other of the same status in order of ranking:

There shaH be no restriction to including women players in the Chess


Team.
5. Each university shall clearly state the ranking order of its team while
sending the entry. The r~serve shall be ranked at the bottom.
6. In the event of inability of a playing member to participate, the ranking order shall be changed in such a way that only the player following
him in the ladder takes his place and so on. No player shall be replaced
during the course of the tournament.
7. Each team is required to play through the entire tournament. However, if a team is forced by circumstances beyond its control to withdraw
from the tournament, the treatment of any unplayed matches, for the
pUrPOses of scoring, shall be settled by the Chief Arbiter and the Organising Secretary.
8. The first session of play shall be six hours with two time controls:
40 moves in the first two hours, then 20 moves in one hour, with accumulation of time before the first adjustment. Not more than two
games will be played a day including the adjourned games.
The adjourned games shall be played according to schedule. All adjourned games musf be completed before the start of the last roilnd of
the tournament.
In the last round, games not finished at the end of the first session
are adjourned and, after a break of two hours, played to the finish.
9. The final positions of the teams shall be established by the number
of game points scored by each team.
10. The position of teams, which finish with the same number of game
points, shall be determined by the application of the following tie-breaking procedures, in sequence from (a) to (b) to (c) to (d) to the extent
required:
(a) By the sum of the game scores of all the team's opponents;
(b) By the sum of match points won;
(c) By the results of the matches between the tied teams;
(d) By the sum of the game scores of all the team's opponents,
excluding the opponents who scored the highest number of
game points and the opponent who scored the lowest number
of game points.
11. Not more than six merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.

7. Cricket (Men)
1. The matches snall be played according to the rules adopted from
time to time, by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, unless, otherwise, modified in these rules.
2. Playing conditions for Zonal and Inter-Zonal matches of the InterUniversity Cricket Championship are as under:
Zonal Matches
i) Matches upto zonal quarter final stage will be played on 50 limited
overs basis as per the rules of Deodhar Trophy Tournament as adopted
by the BCCI.
ii) The zonal quarter final and semi-final matches will be played as per
the following regulations :
1. These matches will be of 2 days' duration.
2. Each team will play for not more than 80 overs.
3. The matches will be played for a duration of 6 hours each
day. If the team batting first is all out or completed the stipulated overs, the match will continue upto the scheduled closing time.
4. There will be no restriction
bowled by any bowler.

to the number of overs to be

5. There will be no limited over restrictions with regard to placement of fielders (including 30 yards drcle).
6. The result of such matches will be determined by overall run
rate of the team.
"""7. If the scores at the end of stipulated overs are equal, then the
team losing lesser number of wickets shall be declared as winner. In case, at that stage, the position is equal, the position
at the 50 overs stage will decide the w!nner. If the position
remains undecided after following the above procedure, the
rule of lowering from 50 overs shall be applied as per the rules
of Deodhar Trophy tournament to decide the winner.

shan

8. In the event of matches played on turf, the bowling side


not be permitted to take a new ball. However, if matches are
played on matting, the fielding side shall have the option to
take a new ball at any time after the completion of 50 overs.

ill) The zonal final match will be played for 3 days' duration (6 hours
each. day). In case both innings are not completed in 3 days' time, the
result will be decided on the basis of first inning's lead. If first inning
of both the teams is not completed in 3 days' time, the match shall
continue till the first inning of both teams are completed and the result
achieved.
Note: Only the winners and runners-up of each zone will qualify to
participate in the Inter-Zonal.
Inter-Zonal

Matches

i) The quarter final matches shall be played according


quoted at (ii) above (for the zonal level).

to the rules

ii) Semi-finals will be played as per the rules quoted at (iii) above (for
the zonal level).
ill) The Inter-Zonal final match will be played for 4 days' duration (6
hours each day). In case both innings are not completed in 4 days' time,
the result will be decided on the basis of first inning's lead. If first
inning of both the teams is not completed in 4 days' time, the match
shall continue till the first innings of both the teams are completed and
the result achieved.
Note: There must be one day's gap between Inter-Zonal semi-final
and final.
The Organising university may start the matches half an hour earlier
or half an hour late depending upon local conditions.
3. Balls as approved by the umpires of the match shall be used.
4. The tournament

will be played on knock-out basis.

5. A team shall not consist of more than 16 players including the reserves. Not more than 16 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.
8. Cricket (Women)
1. Matches shall be played according to the Rules, as adopted from time
to time, by the Women's Cricket Association of India unless, otherwise,
modified in these rules.
2. All matches shall be of 50 limited overs.
Note: Playing conditions for limited Overs matches as adopted by
W.C.A.l. from time to time will apply unless, otherwise
modified ..

In all matches, the period of play shall be six hours every day as per
the details below :
a) First Session
Lunch

9.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.


12.30 P.M. to 1.15 P.M.
1.15 P.M. to 4.15 P.M.

There shall be one drink break in each session.


The Organising university may start the matches half an hour earlier
or half an hour late depending upon .local conditions.
3. Balls as approved by the umpires of the match shall be used.
4. A team shall not consist of more than 16 players including the reserves. Not more than 16 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.
9. Cross Country Races, Walk And Half Marathon (M&W)
1. The championship shall be conducted according to the rules as
adopted by the Amateur Athletic Federation of India, unless, otherwise
modified in these rules.
2. The distance for men section shall be 12.5 Kms. and for women section 5 Kms.
3 (a) A maximum of 9 entries for men and 6 entries for women shall
be allowed and all of them shall be permitted to run. For calculating
the Championship, however, only first 6 for men and first 4 for women
shall be counted.
(b) Individual entries shall be permitted.
(c) Team entries shall be counted only if a minimum of 6 for men
and a minimum of 4 for women begin the race even though it is not
necessary that all the 6 for men and all the 4 for women should complete
the race for counting championship.
4. The Organising University shall show the route to the athletes at least
a day before for all races held outside the stadium.
5. Competitors may compete bare foot or with footwear on one or both
feet. The purpose of shoes for competition is to give protection and
stability to the feet and a firm grip on the ground. Such shoes, however,
must not be constructed so as to give the competitor any additional
aSSislance, and no spring or device of any kind may be incorporated in
the shoes. A shoe strap over th~ instep is permitted.

6. (a) For deciding the team championship, points shall be awarded to


the competitors upto 6th position for men section and 4th position for
women section in the following order :
1st Position
One point
2nd Position
Two points
3rd position
Three points
and so on
(b) The University winning the minimum number of points shall be
declared as Champion.
(c) In case of "Tie" the university whose last runner is closer to the
first runner shall be declared as Champion.
7. The tourriamellt will be completed in 2 days' time.
10. Cycling (Men & Women)

1. The competition shall be conducted according to the rules of the Cycling Federation of India, unless, otherwise, modified in these rules.
2. Machine and Equipments : Use of only the Racing Cycles of the
following description shall be allowed in the Competition :
a) For track events: Fixed wheel must be fitted, Brakes, bell and wing
nuts are not permitted.
b) For Road Races and Circuit Event : Free Wheel, two independent
brakes in full working order must be fitted. Coaster hubs changed
speed gears and wing nuts are permitted.
3. Competitors Dress: Competitors attire .for all events must consist of
a sleeved Jersey or vest, knickers reaching at least half way to the knee
corresponding the university colours of the competitors. All attire must
be free from political signs or badges and trade adyertisements. Crash
helmet is essential. Turban with proper fold is permitted in place of
crash helmet. Hand gloves are included in the rider's normal dress.
4. Medical Certificates and Insurance: (i) On demand by the organisers,
entrant must produce a medical fitness certificate of a Registered Medical Practitioner.
(ii) All entrants for Road Races shall be insured for a minimu~ of
Rs.5,OOO/-each. Arrangements for on the spot insurance shall be.made
by the Organisers in respect of those entrants who are not insured already and this will be done before the start of the competition in Road
Races.

5. Except for 4000 M team pursuit and 50 Km. Road team time Trial,
each university shall be entitled to enter not more than two competitors
+ one reserve per' event. For 4000 M. Team pursuit and 50 Km. Road
Team Time Trial each university is permitted to enter 4 competitors +
2 reserves. For the 100 Km. Massed Start Road Race, each university
may enter 4 competitors + 2 reserves.
6. No changes shall be permitted in the entries after their submission.
7. The competition shall be conducted in the following events :
MEN
1000 Mts.
1000 Mts.
4000 Mts.
4000 Mts.
1000 & 4800 Mts.
2Km.
1500 Mts.
50Km.
100 Km.
WOMEN
1000 Mts.
3000 Mts.
3000 Mts. &
50 Kms.
1000 Mts.
50 Kms.

Time Trial
Sprint
Individual pursuit
Team Pursuit
.Massed Start
Point Race
Team Trial
Road Team Time Trial
Massed Start Roadways

Individual Time Trial


Individual Pursuit
Team Pursuit
Massed Start
Massed Start Road Race

8. The order of events shall be notified in advance to all the participating


universities by the Organising University.
9. The competition may continue for 3 consecutive days for track events
and for two days for the Road Races depending upon the number of
entries.
10. Points for certificates : In each event, excepting team events (4000
M.T.P. & 50 K.M. ROAD TEAM TIME TRIAL) the winning university
will score for the first place, five pointS; the second university 3 points
and the third university one point. In the team events the Winning
university shall score 10 points, the second university 6 points and third
university 2 points.

The merit certificates shall be awarded only upto 3rd place.


11. Championship: The University scoring the total highest number of
points shall be declared as .the Champion university for the year. In
case of a tie for the championship, the university/which has the greater
number of first places to its credit, shall be adjudged as the Champion.
The events organised on road will not be counted for the purpose
of deciding the Championship.
11. Football (Men &: Women)
1. Matches shall be played according to the rules of the All India Football Federation/Women's
Football Federation, unless, otherwise
modified in these rules.
2. In matches played on knock out basis, if a game ends in a draw, 15
minutes extra time each way shall be a part of the normal period of
play. After the normal period of play (including 15 minutes extra time
each way) is over, 5 penalty kicks shall be taken by each team, one each
alternatively. The team scoring the greater number of goals shall be
declared as winner. If the result is not declared yet, the 6th, 7th, 8th
player and so on alternatively from each side will. take the kicks till the
result is decided provided that equal number of kicks shall have been
awarded to each side. Which side shall take the first kick shall be
decided by the spin of a coin. Before the penalty kick begins, each captain shall nominate 5 players to take the penalty kick on behalf of
his/her team. No substitution shall be allowed during the tie breaker
rule.
3. Unless unavoidable, no team shall be called upon to play two matches
in a day. If under compelling circumstances a team has to play two
matches in a day, there shall be at least 6 hours' gap between the end
of the first match and the commencement of the second match. As far
possible, no team shall be forced to play matches on more than four
consecutive days and there shall be one day's gap between the final
and semi-finals.

as

4. No player shall be permitted to participate in the tournament without


football shoes.
5. In matches played on league basis, if there is a tie, the tie will be
decided on the basis of goal differences: Goals for - goalsagciinst. If the
goal difference between two universities in a tie is the same, the tie will
be decided by taking into consideration the highest aggregate of goals
scored by a particular university. For example, ')(' scores 15 goals for
& 10 against and if 'V' scores 12 goals for &: 7 goals against then X shall

'be decided

winner on the basis of the maximum aggregate goals scored


for. If the goal difference is the same between more than two univertJ#es, the tie will be decided by draw of the lots.
_MEN
The tournament upto the zonal Semi-final stage will be played
onknock-out basis. From the semi-final stage, league system
shall apply. At the Inter-Zonal stage, the tournament shall be
played on league-cum-knock-out basis.
6(b) WOMEN
The'tournament
basis.

shall be played on knQck-out-cum~league

7. Each university shall submita list of players not exceeding 16 including reserves. Not more than 16 merit certificates shall be awat:.ded to a
team.
12. Gymnastics (Men)
The Inter-University
following competitions:

Gymnastics

Programme

shall consist of the

A) Team Competition:
1. Team competition shall consist of 12 exercises Le. six compulsory exercises and six optional exercises (one compulsory
and one optional exercise ort each appaTatus).
Note:

A gymnast obtaining 50% marks in the compulsory set of exercises shall qualify to participate in the optional sets of exercises.
2; Team championship as well individual all around championship will be declared in this competition.

B) Individual Event Final (App. Championship)


The best eight gymnasts on each appClIatus.from competition
1 (Team Competition) will again compete in optionalex~rcise
to decide the first three positions on each apparatus.
Note:

In this competition only standard equipment should be used.

Team Championship
Each University team will consist of six gymnasts who will participate in all exercises in team competition. The result of the competi-

tion will be decided by takingthe total scores of the best five gymnasts
on each event.
Once the entry has been made no change in the composition of the
team is permitted. A University, which cannot enter a complete team
of six gymnasts may enter competitors individually. For carrying out
the exercise, the individual gymnasts will be formed into one or several
groups or will be attached to another team. Their order of use of apparatus will be decided by the jury.
1. Individual

All Around Championship

Individual all around championship will be decided by taking the


total scores obtained in compulsory and optional exercises on all apparatus in competition 1(Team competition).
2. Individual

Event Final (Individual

Apparatus

Championship)

The best eight gymnasts on each apparatus, from competition one


(team competition) will be selected to compete for apparatus championship.
They will perform only optional exercise. Evaluation will be done
out of maximum 10.00points.
Competition

Rules:

Each gymnast must execute the whole competition programme


before he is eligible t9 secure any position in any apparatus. Entries to
the tournaments are to be made on prescribed forms provided in good
time by the organising unIVersity.

n~

competitors and the judg-esmust devote themselves entirely and


exclusively' to the competition. They tn;ly accept other tasks only after
having completed all the liabilities related to the competition.

Horizontal

Bar

Bar to be polished steel 26-27 mm. in diameter; Length of the bar


2.40 m~,height from the ground must be within 2.50 m; to 2.70 m.
Pommelled

Horse

LeJ:\gth of horse 1.60 ms., breadth 36-37 ems; distance between the
pommels 4D-4S ems; height of horse to top of pommels 1.20 ms., height
of pommels from the saddle 12 ems.

Vaulting Horse
Height of the horse 135 ems.;
Length of the horse 160 ems.
Rings
Height of supporting frame 5.50 ms.; height of rings from ground
2.50 ms to 2.70 ms interior diameter of ring 18 ems., thickness of the
rings 28 mmS.i the suspending ropes may end in belts or movable straps
to which the rings are attached. Special arrangements will prevent the
ropes from twisting. Distance between the ropes will be 50 ems.
Beat Board
Height in front 20 to 22 ems., length 120 ems., width 60.00 ems. The
beat board must be so constructed that it is of maximum springness.
The board will be slopped but the surface must not be slippery.
Floor Exercises (Free Hand)
The floor will have the minimum dimensions of 12 x 12 ms. distinctly
marked on the floor by means of white lines. It will comprise a floor,
measuring at least 14 x 14 ms. the space available for gymnast being
marked as above.
The whole space will be covered with a soft carpet of 5 mm. thickness.
Parallel Bars:
Height. of bars 1.70 ms to 1.75 msi length 3.50 mS.i the inside measurement between the bars may vary between 40-50 ems. The bars must
be oval in shape.
Description

of Exercises :

HORIZONTAL

BAR: To be swinging work witho~t pause.

PARALLEL BAR: To be a combination of swinging, strength and holds.


RINGS: To be a combination of strength and holds without movement
of rings.
POMMELLED HORSE: Combination with work on both sides swinging without pause or hold. One part at least of the exercise to be executed from the opposite si<:ieto the main performance (Scissors and
Circles of one and both legs).

FLOOR EXERCISES (Free H~d) : Exercises to consist of consecutive


movement combining poses, balancing and turning exercises with
great vitality.
Long Horse: Vaults, which are listed in the code of points
for men by F.I.G., may be performed or any other vault with
hands support (one hand or both hands) may be performed.
Judges: The organising secretary shall appoint six judges and
one superior judge for each event for the duration of the competition.
Men
The judging panel at the apparatus will be composed as follows :
6 Judges
1 Head Judge
If the possibilities allow in agreement with the participating Teams,
a TA(TechnicaI Assistance) can also be used.

Jury
Theorgamsmg
university will constitute the jUry for deciding
protests and issue not specially covered under these rules. Superior
judge of the event under protest should be included in the jury for
deciding protest.
Special Instructions :
Each university team participating in the competition should have a
leader from amongst them or separate one, whose duty will be confined
to introdUcing his team to the superior judge and to leading them to
the different apparatuses. Before the exercises commence, he must ensure that the apparatus is properly placed and test its fitness. At the
commencement of the exercise on the rings and on the horizontal bar,
the leader may properly assist a gymnast. During the perfonnance, he
must remain near the apparatus to prevent the occurrence of any acx:ident but he shall not give assistance in the perfonnance of any exercise.
His work as a leader will not be remunerated. He is the intermediary
between the superior judge and his team. Each team must arrive and
leave in good order. All the judges and the teams taking part must be
on the scene at the appointed hour and in places which have been designated. The individual event final (apparatus championship) will have
only optional exercise, whereas the team competition will be divided
in two parts which are as. under :

The first part comprises the compulsory exercises, the second one the
optional exercise on all events. The sequence of events will follow the
order laid down in the programme. All apparatuses may be in use at
the same time and order of the use of apparatus will remain the same
for all the teams. Any competitor leaving his teams or competition place
without the prior permission of the superior judge will be penalized
0.30 point. Substitution of competitors within a team during the competition is not allowed. Any case of illness or accident must be reported
immediately by the team leader and confirmed by the doctor on duty.
In order to allow an indisposed gymnast to recover the team may cease
work for a maximum period of 3 mlnutes. If after this 'lapse of time the
competitor has not recovered, the team must resume the competition
and the injured competitors will be eliminated from the competition.
Only one chance will. be given to perform compulsory exercise on
each apparatus including Vaulting Horse and Floor Exercises;
The optional exercises may also not be repeated on all events including Vaulting Horse.
The horizontal bar and Parallel bars exercises may be reversed wholly
or in part. The floor exercise and pommelled horse exercise maybe
reversed wholly only.
A competitor can performanyvauUon
Horse in optional competition
but it must not be the same as the compulsory vault. For the parallel
bars the use of beat board is permitted. All competitors -of one team
must be uniformly dressed. On the side horse, the rings, parallel bats
and Horizontal bar the competitors must compete in long pants with
footwear (socks and gym shoes or only socks). In Floor exettUie and
long horse vault the gymnast can appear in long pants and with footwear, or in short pant with or withouHootweat.1l)e
wearing of long
or short pant is, for these exercises, left to the discretion of. the team or
the individual gymnast provided the colour of the uirlfonnisthe
same.
Wearing of shirts (jersey) is compUlsory in all cases.

The judges may consult among themselves for the first exercise (performance) in order to obtain a common starting point. Thereafter they
will work independently without any further mutual consultation apart
froin in exceptional cases (accident etc.), If the marks awarded by a
judge or judges are not according to rules & regulations, the superior
judge has right to call the judge or the judges concerned.

The final scores awarded toa gymnast will be announced or flashed


by the superior judges before the next competitor starts his exercise.

Men
Marking system has been changed by F.I.G.. Now the 10 marks will
be divided as follows :
Division of 10 marks for Marking the Exercises:
Difficulty
2.40 Pts.
b) ExercisePresentation
5.40 Pts.
c) Special Requirements
1.20 Pts.
d) Bonus Points
1.00 Pt.
Total
10.00 Pts.
a)

Value Parts
A
0.10

B
0.20

C
0.40

D
0.60

E.

0.80

The points difference between the two middle scores may not be
greater than:
a) 0..10 with an average of 9.50 and above
b) 0;20 with an average of 9.00 to 9.45
c) 0.30 with an average of 8.00 to 8.95
d) Q:SO with an average of 6.00 to 7.95
e) 0.80 in all other cases
If t~ above difference exceeds, the concerned judge or judges will
be called by the superior judge for consultation.
The maximum total points obtainable is thus as follows :
A gymnast
12 exercises x 10 = 120 points
2) A team
5 competitors x 120 600 points

1)

In case of protests. on matter eXcluding the marking and judgement


the decision of the jury shall be fiqal and there should be no right of
appecdagainst it After the announcement ofthe result, the score sheet
shall be handed over to the organisingsecretary.

Championships

Should there be any ties for championship


below:

it shall be broken as given

a) Team (General)- The more number of first higher places secured by


the team.
b) Individual
other works.

(General)- The more number of first places secured in

c) Individual (Event)- The more number of first places secured in other


events .. If the tie remains still unresolved, the championship shall be
decided by the spin of a coin.

General Notes to the Compulsory Exercises for the


Inter-University Gymnastics Championship:
1. Execution should be made and judged as per the rules of the (FIG)
International Gymnastics Federation .
.2. The hold parts should be held for 2 seconds on all the apparatuses.
3. Partly or wholly, the series of the exercises may
rules.

be reversed as per

(i) While judging the compulsory series execution of all the elements
should be observed with special attention. The points allotted for the
element missed or avoided shall be deducted from the total award. Besides the factors of proper execution; positions, continuity and command shall be the guiding factors.
(ii) While judging the optional series, the difficulty of elements, its
composition should be the additional criteria to those of proper execution, positions, continuity and command.
13. Gymnastics

(Women)

The Inter-University Gymnastics programme for women shall consist


of the following competitions :
A. (1) Team Competition:
Team competition shall consist of 8 exercises i.e. four Compulsory
Exercises and Four Optional Exercises (one compulsory and one
optional on each apparatus).
(2) Team championship as well as Individual All Around~,..
pionship will be declared in this competition.

(App. Championship)
The best eight girls on each apparatus from competition 1 (Team
Competition) will again compete in optional exercise to decide the first
three positions on each apparatus.
Note:

In this Competition only standard equipment should be used.

Team Championship
Each university may enter one team of six women Gymnasts who
will pattiopate in all exercises in Team competition. The result of the
competition wilJ.,be decided by taking the total scores of the best five
Gymnasts on each event.
Once the entry .has been made no change in the composition of the
team is permitted. A university, which cannot enter a complete team
of six Gymnasts, may enter competitors individually for carrying out
the exercise. The individu~l Gymnasts will be formed into one or several
groups or will be attached to another team. Their order of use of apparatus' will be decided by the jury.
L Individual All Around Championship:
Individual All Around Championship shall be decided by taking the
total of scores obtained in compulsory and optional exercises on all
apparatuses in Competition No.1.
2. Individual

Event Final

The ~t eight Gymnasts on each apparatus from team competition


will be selected to compete for Apparatus Championship. They will
perform only Optional Exercise. On the basis of their performance in
optional exercise the position will be decided out of 10 points.
Competition Rules
A. Each gymnast must execute the whole competition programme
before she is eligible to secure any position in any apparatus.
The competitors and the judges must devote themselves entirely and
exclu;sively to the competition. They -i'nay accept other tasks only after
having completed all the liabilities related to competition.

Judging:
B. The Organising Secretary shall appoint six Judges and One Superior
Judge for each event for the duration of the Competition.
The judges may consult among themselves to the First Exercise (performance) in order to obtain a common starting point. Thereafter they
will work independently without any further consultation apart from
exceptional cases (accidents etc.). If the marks awarded by a judge or
judges are not according to the rules and regulations the Superior Judge
has right to call the Judge or the Judges concerned.
The final scores will be average of the two middle scores. The Final
scores awarded to a Gymnast will be announced or flashed by the Superior Judge before the next competitor starts her perfonnance.
Marking
Marking will be done as per the division of Marks laid down by
FJ.G. Division of 10 Marks for evaluation:
Value Parts
3.00 pts.
Bonus Points
0.60 pt.
(special connections &
E - Elements & additional
D - clements)
Combination
2.00 pts.
Execution
4.40 pts.
10.00 pts.

0.20

0.40

C
0.60

0.80

Each exercise will be judged by six Judges. The maximum and minimum scores are eliminated and the average of the middle 4 scores is
taken for Final Sc6res.
The points difference between two middle scores may not be greater
than:
(a) 0.10 point for scores between 9.500 - 101JOOpoints
(b) 0.20 pointfor

scores between 9.000 - 9.475 points

(c) 0.30 point in all other cases.

Uniform of a Gymnast:
Each women Gymnast must compete in proper Gymnastics Costume.
All the Gymnasts of a team must appear in uniform dress.

1. Execution should be made and judged as per the rules of F.I.G.


2. Dimensions of all the apparatuses
Special Instructions

should be as per the rules of F.I.G.

Each university team participating in the competition should have a


leader from amongst them or separate one, whose duty will be confined
to intJoducing her team to the judge and to leading them to the different
apparatuses. Before the exercises commence, she must ensure that th~
apparatus is properly placed and test its fitness. At the commencement
of the exercises on the balancing beam and uneven parallel bars, the
leader may properly assist a gymnast. During the performance, she
must remain near the apparatus to prevent the occurrence of any accident but she shall not give assistance in the performance of any exercise.
Her work as a leader will not be remunerated. She is the intermediary
between the Chief judge and her team. Each team must arrive and leave
in good order. All the judges and thetearns taking part in the competition must be on the scene at the appointed hour and in places which
have been designated. The competition shall be started with optional
exercises. The sequence of events will follow the order laid down in the
programme. All apparatuses may be in use at the same time and order
of the use of apparatus will remain the same for all the teams. Any
competitor leaving her team without the permission of the chief judge
will not be allowed to return. Substitution of competitors within a team
during the competition is not allowed. Any case of illness or accident
must be reported immediately by the team leader and confirmed by the
doctor on duty. In order to allow an indisposed gymnast to recover,
the team may cease work for a maximum period of 3 'minutes. If after
this lapse of time the competitor has not recovered, the team must
resume the competition and the injured competitor will be eliminated
from the competition.
Any gymnast may repeat an exercise which she thinks she has missed
or carried out badly. She must immediately announce her intention to
the chief judge before the judges have completed their marking. The
repetition of the exercise must be executed after a convenient rest time
before the team passes to the next apparatus. Only the repetition will
be taken into account. Each competitor has the right to make two at-

tempts at the vaults of the long horse both compulsory and optional;
the best to count. The free standing exercises may not be repeated. All
competitors of one team must be uniformly dressed. This dress may be
modified from one event to another, but without loss of time so as nOt
to hold up the running of the competition. Work without shoes or
without vests and socks is not allowed on the floor and long horse
exercises. The competitors may, on all other apparatuses, work without
shoes wearing stockings.
Championship

Should there be any tie for championship, it shall be broken as given


below:
\a) Team (general) : The more number of first higher places secured by
the team.
(b) Individual
other events.

(general): The more number of first places secured in

(c) Individual
events.

(event) : The more number of first places secured in other

If the tie remains still unresolved, the championship


as per Rule No. VllI(8) of this booklet.

shall be decided

Note: Performance of first six competitors shall be recorded


award of points for the championship.
14. Half Marathon

for

& Walking

Rules for the game are ~ven under the Rules for the Cross Country
Races.
15. Handball

(Men & Women)

1. The Inter-University Handball (M&W) Tournament shall be conducted according to the rules as adopted by the Amateur Handball
Federa~on of India unless otherwise modified in these Rules.
2. The tournament will be played for 2 halves of 30 minutes each with
an interval of 10 minutes.
3. If a match ends in a draw after having been played for the normal
period, an extra time of 5 minutes each way (with no interval) be given
after 5 minutes from the end of the normal period. If a match still ends
in a draw, another extra time of 5 minutes each way (with no interval)

shall be given. There shall be an interval of five minutes between the


first extra time and the second extra time as well.
4. H a tie is not decided. even after the second extra time, the match
will be decided by the spin of a coin. However, if two teams score the
same number of points in the matches played on league system, the tie
shall be decided by Goals for - Goals against.
5. Each team shall consist of not more than 12 p1clyers (10 court
players+2 goal keepers ). A team, while playing, must use a goal keeper
without interruption. Not more than 7 players i.e. 6 court players plus
1 goal keeper will be present on the court at anyone time.
6. Only the substitutes, not more than 4 teams officials and suspended
player(s), if any, are allowed to stay in the substitution area. One of the
officials of each participating team in a match must be listed on the
scoring sheet as being the only responsible person to speak to the game
officials.
7. The tournament upto the semi-final stage will be played on knock-out
basis: From the semi-final stage, league system shall apply.
8. Not more than 12 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team entitled
for such an award.
16. Hockey (Men & Women)
1. The matches shall be played according to the rules as adopted by
Indian Hockey Federation/Indian Women's Hockey Federation, unless,
otherwise modified in these rules.
2. H any match played on knock out basis ends in a draw, it shall be
played to the finish and the procedure shall be as follows:
After the normal playing period of 70 minutes (35-5-35), extra
time of 7.1/2 minutes each way sh8n be played. H at the end
of 15 minutes of extra time, the tie is not decided, the penalty
stroke rule shall be applied to decide the tie.
3. No team shall be forced to play on more than four consecutive days
and there shall be one day's gap between the final and the semi-finals.
H, under some compelling circumstances, a team is asked to play two
matches a day, there shall be at least six hours' gap between the closing
time of the first match and the time of commencement of the second
match. Under no circumstances shall a team be forced to play two
matches a day on not more than two consecutive days.

4. In the matches played on league basis and ending in a draw, tie


breaker rule (penalty stroke) shall be applied till a decision is arrived
at.
In the matches played on the league system, if there is a tie for
Zonal/Inter-Zonal Championship, goal difference will decide the tie.
Note: Goal difference = Goals 'for' minus 'goals against'.
If the goal difference is the same between 2 universities, the tie will
be decided by applying tie breaker rule (penalty stroke) amongst the
teams in tie. In the matches played on league basis if the goal difference
is same between more than 2 universities, the tie will be decided by
drawing the lots amongst the teams in the tie.
5. All the results of a university withdrawing in the mid-stream shall
be cancelled and no goal shall be awarded to the universities against
whom the withdrawing university had to play.
6. The tournament upto the Zonal semi-final stage will be on knock-out
ba~is. From the semi-final stage the matches shall be played on league
basis.
7. Each university shall submit a list of players not exceeding sixteen
who may partidpate in the tournament, and not more than 16 merit
certificates shall be awarded to a team.
17.Judo
1. The organisation and Sporting Code in conjunction with statutes
and the contest rules adopted by JFI (Judo Federation of India) shall
apply unless or otherwise modified in these rules.
2. The competition
categories for:
Men Section
1. Up to and including
2. Above 50 kg., up to
including 55 kg.
3. Above 55 kg., up to
induding 60 kg.
4. Above 60 kg., up to
induding 65 kg.
5. Above 65 kg., up to
induding 71 kg.

shall be conducted

50 kg.
and
and
and
and

in the following weight

Women Section
1. Up to and including
2. Above 44 kg., up to
including 48 kg.
3. Above 48 kg., up to
including 52,kg.
4. Above 52 kg., up to
including 56 kg.
5. Above 56 kg., up to
induding 61 kg.

44 kg.
and
and
and
and

Men Section
6. Above 71 kg., up to and
including 78 kg.
7. Above 78 kg., up to and
including 86 kg.
8. J\bove 86 kg.

Women Section
6. Above 61 kg., up to and
including 66 kg.
'7". Above 66 kg., up to and
including 72 kg.
8. Above 72 kg.

3. The Men and Women teams shall not comprise more than 10 participants in each section Le.8 participants + 2 Reserves (from any of the
above weight categories). Each Judoka/Judosist shall be allowed to participate only in their respective weight categories and no jumping in
the weight categories shall be allowed.
4. Time duration of the Contest:
Men:
5 minutes (Real contest time)
Women:
4 minutes (Real contest time)
5. A rest period of 5 minutes in the case of men and 4 minutes in the
case of women shall be allowed if the competitor has to compete in the
next bout immediately after his/her present bout.
6~ The competition shall be conducted on knock out-cum-single
repechage system. The competitors of each weight category will be
separated into two groups by a draw. From each group (Pool) one
finalist will be established by knock out system. Each competitor, who
has been defeated in his/her group (pool) by the finalist in the order
of his/her elimination will be put in the repechage round which takes
place in the knock out system. The winners of the two repechage groups
will be awarded the joint third place (Bronze medal).

ftwtM Conduct of Inter-unitJersity

Tou77lllments

Model Fixture on Knock out-cum-Single Repechage System


Below SOkg. Men Weight Category
Pool A
Round 1st
2nd
I.Bombay~

(BoutN~1
2. Jiwaji

3rd

3rd

Pool B
2nd 1st Round
1Bye.l.GNDU

__

2.panjab

[
2

3. Delhi
(Bout No.2)

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4. Poona
"2
winner
of
Pool A

5.Kurk.

3.Punjabi

rM~t

1 wmner
_1--4 of
Pool B

5.JN.U.

]
4-Gold Medalist
2-Silver Medalist

6.M.D.U'~J

Bye 6.GUjarat

7. Bye
~
H.A.U
Repeehages Pool A

;-j

1.BombaY

3
3Poona -6.M.D.U

1_

3 Winner of
Repeehage
Pool A

5t:

5_,-win1\er 0
Repecha~
Pool B

Position Holders
University Name
Meerut Univ.
Jiwaji Univ.
Delhi Univ.

J.N.U.

Explanation
The procedure for dividing the total participants into Pools ana
model fixtures of 13 Judo players indicating repeehages system is as
under :
The. total participants shall be divided into two pools i.e. Pool A and
Pool B on basis of draw to be done by using Numbered Table Tennis
Balls in bucket. Each player'S name should be written along with
University name for example ROm ASH KUMAROiwajD on the fixture
sheet. The usual rule of giving bye should be applied.
The bouts of Pool A and Pool B shall be conducted on knock out
basis. The above procedure will provide finalist of Pool A and finalist
of Pool B. In the above stated fixture, No. 2 is the winner of Pool A
and No. 4 is the winner of Pool B. For the purpose of Repechages, all
those Judo players who have lost to finalist of Pool A, i.e. No. 2 shall
be contesting in the order of elimination. The first round player
eliminated/lost to fiIlalist of Pool A is, player No. 1 of Bombay University, in round lInd, player eliminated is No.2 of Poona University, therefore the repechage match of Pool A shall be between Bombay University
and Poona University players. The winner of this bout shall go to next
round and will contest with player No. 6 of M.D.U who has lost to
finalist of Pool A in llIrd round. In the same manner the repechage
tQurnament of Pool B shall be conducted. The finalist of Repechage Pool
A and Pool B shall be awarded lIIrd place.
The. finalists of Pool A and Pool B shall contest for 1st and IInd
places.
7. If a contestant is not at his(her starting place after 3 calls (at 1 minute
interval), he/she shall forfeit the contest and shall not be allowed to
participate even in repechages.
8. The contest shall be conducted by one Referee, two Judges and assisted by time keepers and contest recorders.
9. Weighing in shall be done only for those weight catagory(ies) participant, who shall participate in their respective weight category on
that day. When all the bouts of one category are c:Jverthen weighing in
of the next weight category bouts shall begin.
10. For deciding the championship, first place winner in each weight
category shall be awarded 3 points, second place winner 2 points and
third place winner shall be awarded half point each. Championship for
men and women shall be awarded separately. The team securing
highest points shall be declared 1st, team securing second highest - lInd,

and the team sectUing third highest points - illrd. In case of Tie for
first, ~ond and third place(s) the team getting highest" number of first
place, second place or the third place ali the case may be, shall be the
deciding factor for breaking:the Tie. Despite following this method if
the Tie still remains then the teams involved shall be declared joint
position holders.
11. Merit Certificates shall be awarded to :
1st place holder
2nd place holder
Two 3rd place holders.
18. Kabaddi
1. The Inter-University Kabaddi (Hu-tu-tu) Tournament will be run in
accordance with the rules of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India.
2. The. total points 'for' minus the total points 'against' in the league
matches shall decide the tie. Should the tie still Persist, it sbaII be
decided by the spin of a coin.
3. A team shall consist of a maximum number of 12 players and not
more than 12 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.
19. Kho-Kho (Men &: Women)
1. The rules as adopted by the Kho-Kho Federation of India shall apply
to the Inter-University Kho-Kho Tournament.
2. A team shall consist of a maximum number of 12 players and not
more 12 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.
20. Korfball
1. The Inter-University Korfball Championship will be organized in
accordance with the rules adopted by the Korfball Federation of India,
unless otherwise modified in these rules.
2. Korfball is a mixed team game where both male and female play an
equal role together. A team will consist of a maximum of 12 players (6
males and 6 females). However, at one time only 8 players (4 males
and 4 females) will actually play.
3. The duration of the game is 20 minutes each way with interval 5 to
15 minutes (to be decided by the referee in consultation with both the
captains).
.

4. The court is of the size of 40 x 20 Metres (Indoor) and 60 x 30 Metres


(outdoor) and is divided by two equal halves. Further, each side of the
Court is divided into two divisions (defence and offence) and in each
division two males and two females are set.
5. Equipments required for the Korfball are two Poles, Baskets with one
ball (Rubber synthetic No.5).
6. To get a score the ball must drop through the basket. After securing
two consecutive goals, players change their positions from defence to
offence and vice versa. The,positions are also interchanged after expiry
of 10 minutes time if no goal is secured, during that period.
7. Additional playing conditions and regulations provided by the
Federation:
i} Running with the ball and' dribbling are not allowed.
ii) Kicking, bitting or punching the ball are not allowed.
iii) Blocking, tackling and holding are prohibited.
iv) There is no room for solo play. Team work is the most important ingradient.
v) One man may guard one 'man and one women may 'guard
one women, no two against one person. Guarding a player of
the opposite sex is also not allowed.
vi) A player'is not permitted to, score when guarded. He must
dodge to an unguarded positions or pass.
vii) During the game, substitution of players (male to male and
female to female) is permissible only on two occasions. ,First
is a substitution of general nature but the second substitution
is only made in, case of Jnjury or illness, of a player . Player so
substituted shall not take the field for the remaining duration
of a match.
Merit Certificates shall be awar(1edto not more than 121'layers ofa

team.

22. Power Lifting (Men)


1. The rules as adopted by the Indian Powerlifting Federation shall be
followed, unless otherwise, modified in these rules.
2. The tournament shall be held in the following Body Weight Class:

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No.S/IUT/99
18 October 1999

he Director Sports
ember Universities/Institutes
Sub: Weigpt categories for Inter-University
Power Lifting (W) Tou~nament 1999-2000.

The Inter-University
Sports Board in its Annual General
~ting
hpld at KurukRhptra UnivprRity on June 25-26,
1999
,solved to include Power Lifting (W) event in the sChe~L~
Iter-University Tournament (s) 1999-2000.
The existing pattern of Inter-University
Tournament(s)
Ir the year 1999-2000 shall be governed by a set of
latest
les which are up-dated/adopted
from time-to-time
by the
ncerned
National
Federation approved by Indian
Olympic
sociation.
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4. 63 Kg.
6. 75 Kg.

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Spert .oic:er

52 Kgs
52.1 to 56 Kgs class
56.1 to 60 Kgs class
67.5 Kgs class
75 Kgs class
82.5 Kgs class
90 Kgs class
100 Kgs class
110 Kgs class
125 Kgs class
+ 125 Kgs class
3. A university team for the competition shall consist of maximum of
11 players (including 1 reserve). A university shall be permitted to enter
2 competitors maximum
each Body Weight Class.

4. For determining the Championship, First Place winner in each Body


Weight Class shall be awarded 5 points, Second Place winner 3 points
and lbird Place winner 1 point.
S. The competition in a Body Weight class shall be.held even if there
is one competitor but the competitor shall be awarded the First position
certificate only if his p~rformance is at least equal to the 3rd position
perfonnance of the previous year.
If the competitor in such a situation (where there is only one entry
in a particular Weight class) earns a merit certificate by virtue of his
perfonnance equal to the 3rd position of the previous year, the points
due to him shall be awarded for the purpose of calculating team championShip.
6. If a competitor breaks the record in the 3rd chance, he shall be given
one mo:reChance to better his performance. But the 4th attempt shall
not be calculated in the total.
7. The following are the minimum weights for different cat~ries
lift for the Competition:
Starting Qualifying.Matks
Class
4

S2 Kgs
~Kgs
60 Kgs

Squat
105Kgs
115Kgs
125 Kgs

for the Championship


Bench Press
65 Kgs
70 Kgs

75 Kgs

Deadlift
140 Kgs
150 Kgs
160Kgs

of

Class
67.5
75
82.5
90
100
110
125

Squat
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs

125+ Kgs

135
145
155
160
160
155
150
150

Bench Press

~gs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs

80
85
90
92.5
90
85
80
80

Deadlift

Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs

170
180
190
190
180
175
165
160

Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs
Kgs

For the purpose of counting the period of eligibility Power Ufting


Competition will be counted as one competition.

1. The Inter-University Rowing Championship


accordance with the rules of Rowing Federation
wise modified in these rules. This Championship
knock out-cum-Ieague basis.' The league system
semi-final stage.
2. Events:
events:

will be conducted in
of India, unless othershall be conducted on
shall apply from the

The In~er-University Regatta shall be run in the following


(a) Fours: A race tor crews of four with coxswain to be rowed
in four oared boats of similiar clinker construction, unless at
any centre, at which the regatta may be held, there are two
or more four oared boats of similar shell construction and such
two or more boats are made available at the regatta for practice and racing to all competing clubs. No boats shall be leftS
than 20 inches beam measured at the base of the sax-board.
(b) Pairs: A race of crews of two without coxswain, in boats
of similar clinker construction, unless at any centre at which
the regatta may be held. There are two or more coxswainless
pair oared boats of similiar shell construction and such two
or more boats are made available at the regatta fot practice
and racing to all competing teams.
(c) Sculls: A race for single scullars in boats of similar clinker
construction unlesS at any centre at which the regatta may be
held there are two or more boats of similar shell construction
and such two or more boats are made available at the regatta
for practice and racing to all competing teams.

3. Boats and the Course : The host university will be responsible for
making available identical boats (for each race) with oars to the competing crews for practice and races. The boats to be used will be in the
following categories.
Clinker built (commonly known as
Junior sculls)
Clinker built without coxswain
(ii) Pair oars
Clinker built with coxswain. The maximum
(tii) Fours
width will be 24"(commonly known as
junior fours)
The Organising Committee has the right to change the type
of boats to be used in the competition, if the type of oars
specified in the rules are not available.
4. Course:

(a) Length: Length of the Course shall be 2000 metres with


clear margin for manoeuvring the boats at the start and safely
bringing the boats to a standstill after the finish. However, if
2000 mts. distance course is not available, the largest course
available shall be used.
(b) Width: The course shall be wide enough at all points to
allow at least two abreast races as far as possible with a width
of 35 feet for each lane.
(d Depth: The Depth of the course is not,specified but it must
be deep enough at all points not to cause any damage to the
blades of the oars.

(d) Start : Starts shall be from stake boats. In case this is not

possible; an aligner or a Starter who may also act as the aligner


must satisfy himself that the alignment of the crews is correct.
His, decisions in this regard shall be final and no appeal can
be made against his decision.
5. Championship : The championship
of points in the following order :
Event
Fours
Pair Oars
Sculls

Winner
10
8
6

shall be determined by aggregate

Runners-up
8
6
4

3rd position

6
4
2

Note:

If there is a tie, the championship shall be awarded to the


university which has the maximum representation in the
finals. If the tie still persists, it will be decided by the spin of
acoin.

6. Duties of the Competing Universities and Crews :


All competing universities will furnish to the host university at least
4 weeks before the final date of the regatta, the events they wish to
compete in, the names of crews with their weights. Crews can be
changed before the races. No changes in thecrews will be allowed after
their first race.
All crews will report to the starter 5 minutes before the start of the
particular race. The start~r may allow a grace period of 5 minutes and
after that he may scratch the defaulting crew and award the race to the
crew reporting in time. This crew will then "row over" the course.
It will be the.responsibility of the competing crews to check up any
defect in their boats. Once started, objections on grounds of defective
boats will not be entertained.
7. Certificates
Certificates for each event i.e. Fours, Pair and Sculls sha:llbe awarded
upto 3rd position.
24. Softball (Men & Women)
1. The Inter-University Softball (M&W)Tournament shall be conducted
according to the rules as adopted' by the Softball Association of India
unless otherwise modified in these rules.
2. Only the Softball ball and Softball bat of the size and quality
prescribed by the Softball Association ofIndia shall be used in the competition.
3. All League and knock-out matches shall be of five innings while th~
Final Match of seven innings.
Five innings game will be considered regulation game after 3rd innings and seven innings game will be considered regulation game after
5th innings. To decide the game after regulation game, difference of 10
Home Runs shall count.
4. In case of a tie in league game of two or more teams, the count of
average home runs gained and lost will apply:

i) No. of Home Runs gained divided by Innings played.


ii) No. of Home Runs lost divided by Innings played.
The team securing the greater quotient shall be the winner, by Extra
inning(s) shall be played in knock out matches till the Tie is decided.
5. Ordinarily no team shall be called upon to play more than two
matches a day. If, however, under unavoidable circumstances, a team
can be called upon to play third match in a day, there shall be at least
two hours' gap between the second and third matches.
6. The team shall consist of not more than 15 players and not more than
15 merit certificates shall be awarded.
25. Squash Rackets
1. Rules of the Squash Rackets Federation of India shall apply to the
Inter-University
Squash Rackets Tournament,
unless otherwise
modified in these rules.
2. The tournament shall be played in singles only and on league- cumknock out basis. The knock-outsystem shall be followed only amongst
the first four teams.
3. A team may consist of maximum ~ players but only five players shall
be allowed to participate each playing against the other of the same
status in order of ranking.
4. Each umversity

shall clearly state the ranking order of its team while


sending the entry. The reserves shall be ranked at the bottom.
'
5. In the event of inability of a pl~ying member to participate, the ranking order shatl be changed in such'a way that only the player following
him in the ladder takes his place and subsequently the ranking status
of the other players shall be affected in the same way.
6. Each game shall be decided as the best of five sets.
7. The cost of squash ballsm a match shall be borne by the respective
participating universities. Quality and make of the balls shall, however,
be settled by the Organising University.
8; Not more than six merit certificates shan be awarded' to a team .
26. 'Swimming
(Men)

(Men & Women), Diving

(M&

W) and Water-Polo

1. The competitions shall be.conducted according to the rules of the


Swimming Federation of India, unless otherwise modified in these rules.

2. Swimming
(a) The tournament shall be conducted. in the following events as
indicated for Men and Women:

Back Stroke
Breast Stroke
Butterfly Stroke
Individual Medley
Free Style Relay
Medley Relay

50 mtrs.,1oo mtrs., 200 mtrs.


400 mtrs.,8oo mtrs(W),
1500 mtrs.(M)
100 mtrs.,2oo mtrs.
100 mtrs.,2oo mtrs.
100 mtrs.,2oo mtrs.
200 mtrs.Aoo mtrs.
4 x 100 mtrs., 4 x 200 mtrs.(M)
4 x 100 mtrs.

(b) Each university shall be permitted. to enter a maximum oftwo swimmers for each individual event.
(c) For each Relay event, each University may enter only one team with
one substitute swimmer. All swimmers entered for individual e"ents
can be used in Relays.

(d)'The composjtion of a Relay team may be changed between' heats


and finals of that event.
(e) The names of swimmers actually swimming on a Relay must. be
submitted at least an hour before the start of the session in which the
event is to take place, in the order in which they are to swim. In Medley
Relay the names must be submitted. as per their respective strokes.
(f) Each university may enter a maximum of 26 Men and 24 Women
swimmers.
(g) The competition shall be conducted. over a period of 5 days. The
h~ts shall be conducted in the morning session and the finals of these
events should be finishedin.the evening session on ~e same day.
(h) Swimmers shall.be seeded for the heats in accordance with the times
submitted on the official entry form. 'Those, who do not give timings,
willbe considered the slowest. Eight best.swimmers shall be advanced
to the finals on the basis of their timings in the heats. The number of
heats shall be determined according to the number of competitors and
the lanes available. in the pool (preferably 8 lanes). There shall be a
minimum of three swimmers. entered/ seeded for the conduct of any
event/heat/final.

(i) The swimming competition shall be held in the pool of 50 mtrs.


length specifications.
3. Diving
(a) For each Diving event, each University may enter a maximum of
two compe!itors with the total number not exceeding 4 men and 4
women divers (in both High Board and Spring Board).
(b) The High Board Diving Competition should preferably be conducted from 10 mtrs.Board and the Spring Board competition from 3
mtrs. Board.
(c) Only the dives prescribed by the SFIrules shall be executed and
no other dives may bE! permitted/added.
4. Water-Polo
A university Water-Polo team shall consist of thirteen players (7 playing and 6 reserves) and not more than 13 certificates shall be awarded
to any winning team.
5. General

(a) The award of points for the first three places for individual events
in Swimming and Diving shall be 5, 3 and 1 and for Relay Races 10, 6
and 2.
(b) Certificates shall be awarded for first three places in all events.
(~ For the purpose of individual/team championship, points shall
be counted separately for Swimming and Diving. Trophy shall be
awarded only to the Swimming Champions (points earned for WaterPolo and Diving shall not be counted).
(d) The trunks/costume shall be in good moral taste, non-transparent
with drawers/slips underneath and suitable for the individual sport
discipline.The referee of a competition has the authority to exclude any
competitor whose costume does not comply with this rule.
27. Table Tennis (Men)
1. The rules of.the Table Tennis Federation of India shall apply to the
Inter-University Table Tennis Tournament, unless otherwisemodifted
in these rules.
2. The tournament shall be played in SwaytlUing Cup linesoThe otlder
of the play shall be as follows :

Where three players on one side are numbered A,B,C; and the three
players on the other side are numbered X,Y,Z.
1st Match
2nd Match
3rd Match
4th Match
5th Match

A VsX
B Vs Y
C VsZ
A VsY
B VsX

3. The result of a match shall be declared when either team wins 3


matches.
4. The number of players representing a university shall not be less than
three or more than five.
5. Universities participating in the tournament shall bear their own
share of the cost of the balls. The quality. and the 'make' of the balls
shall be decided by the Organising University.
6. Not more than five certificates shall be awarded to a Team.
28. Table Tennis (Women)
1. The rules of the Table Tennis Fed.eration of India shall apply to the
Inter-University Table Tennis Tournament, unless otherwise modified
in these rules.
2. The tournament shall be played following the rules of Corbullion
Cup (Davis Cup format). Where the two single players on one side are
numbered A, B and the single players on the other side are numbered
X, Y, the order of play shall be :
1st
A Vs X
2nd
B Vs Y
3rd
the doubles match
4th
A Vs Y
5th
B Vs X
A,B and X,Y shall be determined by draw of lots.
3. The result of a match shall be declared when either team wins 3
matches.
4. The number of players representing a university shall not be less than
two or more than four.

5. Universities participating in the tournament shall bear their own


share of the cost of balls. The quality and 'make' of the balls shall be
decided by the Organising University.
6. Not more than four certificates shall be awarded to a team
29. Tennis
1. The rules of the All India Tennis Association shall apply to the InterUniversity Tennis Tournament, unless, otherwise modified in these
rules.
2. The tournament shall be played on Davis Cup lines i.e. each rubber
consisting of one Doubles match and four Singles matches (only two
players representing each university team in singles, but making a total
of four mat..iles by playing against each player in turn). Each match
shall be played as the best of three sets. The first two singles and the
doubles matches should be played on the first day.
3. Where the two single players on one side are numbered A,B and the
single players on the other side are numbered X,Y, the order of a play
in a tie shall be :
1st: A vs Y
2nd: B vs X
4th : A vs X
3rd : the doubles match
5th: B vs Y
A,B and X,Y shall be determined by draw of lots.
The tie-break system of scoring shall operate in any set except in the
fifth when an ordinary advantage shall be played.
4. The number of players representing a university shall not be less then
two and more than four.
5. Universities participating in the tournament $hall bear their own
share of-the ,cost of balls. The quality and the'make' of the baJIsshall
be decided by the Organismg University.
6. Not more than 4 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.
30. Volleyball
1. The rules as adopted by the Volleyball Federation of India shall be
followed, unless otherwise modified in these rules.
2. The Zonal Tournament upto the Semi-final stage will be played on
Knock-out basis. From the semi-final stage, league system shall apply.

3. Inter-zonal matches for men shall be played on league basis. In case


of a tie, the match will be decided as follows :
At first the following calculations will be taken:
Match won - 2 points, Match lost - 1 point and for match forfeited -

o point.

Result
A

Name
of the
team

win

be tabled as under :

C
D
Match- Match- Total
es won es lost points
B

Sets
won

Sets lost Total score point


Favour Against
)

In case of a tie of total points at (D) between two or more teams, the
following equation will determine the ranking :
Sets won (E)
Sets lost (F)
The teams of higher rate of sets will be ranked higher. If the tie still
persists, the following equation will be applied :
Rate of score :

Total score points in favour (G)


Total score points against (H)

Team Df higher rate of score points will be ranked higher.


If the tie remains undecided, precedence will be given to the team
winning the match in which the concemedteams have played against
each other .
.4. All the Inter-University Volleyballmatches, both for men and women,
shall be played as the best of five sets. Ordinarily, no university shall
be called upon to play two matches a day. In exceptional circumstances,
however, if a university is called upon to play two matches a day, there
shall beat least a gap of six hours between the two matches.
5. A team shall consist of a maximum of 12 pla~
12 merit certificates shall be awarded to a team.

and not more than

3L (i) Weight Lifting

1. The Inter-University Weight lifting Competition shall be conducted in accordance with the rules of the Indian Weight Lifting Federation, unless, otherwise modified in these rules.

Rules for

1M Cart4u.ctof lrater-lUIiwrsity

ToumllltleJlts

2. The competition shall be held in. the following weight classes.


1.54 kg
2.59 kg

6. 83 kg.
7.91 kg.

3.64 kg
4.70 kg

8.99 kg.

5.76 kg

10.+108 kg

9. 108 kg,

3. A univerSity shall be permitted' to enter two competitors


weight class with one reserve.

for each

4. For the purpose of Championship, three places shall be awarded in


each Weight Class - the first, second and third places getting five, three
and one points respectively.
5. The competition in a wt. class shall be held even if there is only one
competitor but the competitor shall be awarded the first position certificate only if his performance is at least equal to the thud position
perfo~ce
of the previous year.
If the competitor in such _asitua~on (where there is only one entry
jn a particular weight class) earns a merit certificate by virtue of his
performance equal to the ~third position in the previous year, the points
due to him shall be awarded for purposes of calculating the team championship.
6. Extra attempt is not allowed as per present rules.
7. The following minimlitrl 'weights' are fixed for different categories
of lift in the Inter-University Weight Lifting Competition:

, Cat.
54 kg,

59
64
70
76
83
91
99
108
+108

kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.

Snatch

Jerk

50 kg.
52.5 kg.
55 kg.
57.5 kg.
57.5 kg.
60 kg.
60 kg.
62.5 kg.
62.5 kg.
62.5lcg.

70 kg.

75
80
85
85
90
90
95

kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.
kg.

95 'kg.
95 kg.

8. For purposes of counting the period of eligibility, Weight Ufting


and Best Physique Competition will be counted as one competition.
(ii) Best Physique
1. Inter-University Best PhySique Competition
weight categories as given below:
i) Bantom Weight
ii) Light Weight
iii) Middle Weight
iv) Light Heavy Weight
v) Heavy Weight
2. A university shall be permitted
weight class with one reserve.

Upto
Over
Over
Over
Over

shall be held in five

65 kg.
6S kg. upto 70 kg.
70 kg. upto 80 kg.
80 kg. upto 90 kg.
90 kg

to enter two competitors

for each

3. There shall be at least three judges of whom one will act as the chief
judge.
4. Minimum number of competitors in each group shall be at least four.
5. Judgement would
developed physique.

be on the basis of the most proportionately

6. Any deformity found (covered back bone, stopping posture, bone


legged, kyphosis, tosis and the like) will be considered as a disqualification.
7. Allotment
be made on
petitors are
that groups

of marks for the development of groups of muscles shall


judging them after the competition and after all the comcalled upon together to demonstrate the development of
of muscles.

The groups shall be split up as follows for purposes of posing.


Max.
Deltoid
biceps &
triceps
fore-arm
trapezius
pechrites
major
development
of ribbex

RJda

fur the Conduct of Inter-university Tou17l4mmts

(c) Back group

(d) Abdomina
(e) Leg group
(f)

Classical
poses

(g) Agility

(h) Personality

leticimun
dorsit
overall
backs
thigh
calf
front
back
Any other
any action
say cartwheel
hand spring
back-flip, hand
stand somersault
general impression as a figure,
brightness of eyes,
texture of skin,
proportion etc., as
collected by the
judges during the
trials

71

5
5
5
5

10
10
10

5
5

15
10

15

8. For each 'weight group', the first three position holders shall be
awarded merit certificates and a special certificate shall be awarded to
the winner of the title of 'Shri Inter-University'.
9. For judging the 'Sbri Inter-University', first two positions in each
Weight'group shall be considered. In case of a tie, the Competitors_tied
be judged again.
,

'.-

-"

--

W:'P4)l" ~e~dg~t

of the 'Shri Inter-University' title, the following


shall be considered:
(i) Classical poses any three
15 marks
(ii) Personality
10 marks
11. Dress: The competitors shall wear only 'posing slips' and no oil or
grease should be applied to the body at any stage.
~2. Wrestling
1. The roles, as adopted by the Wrestling Federation of India, shall be
followed, unless otherwise, tOOdifiedin these rules (according to latest
FILARules).

2. The I.U. Wrestling Tournament shall be conducted on the league and


elimination bas~. The standard weights for the tournament shall be as
follows:
(i) Upto 48 kg.
(ii) Upto 52 kg.
(iii) Upto 57 kg
(iv) Upt062 kg.
(v) Upto 68 kg.
(vi) Upto 74 kg.
(vii) Upto 82 kg.
(viii) Upto 90 kg.
(ix) Upto 100 kg.
(x) Upto 130 kg.
3. The intemational.catch-as-catch-ean
rules as adopted by the Wrestling
Federation of India shall be enforced, except that 'Janghias' the Indian
style of dress, shall be allowed.
4. Each university will be permitted to enter one competitor in each
weight class with one reserve. The competition upto 130 kg shall be
held if there are minimum 4 entries in that Weight Oass.
5. A wrestler shall be allowed to compete in one weight class only,
either in his own weight or in the next higher weight, whichever he
chooses at the time of Official Weigh-in.
6. Oiling or greasing of the body and long finger or toe nails shall not
be allowed.
7. Each bout shall be decided by a fall or by points. In the case of a
fall, both the shoulders must touch the ground simultaneously.
8. While a bout is in progress, there shall be no coaching from outside;
if coaching is done even after due warning, points may be deducted
from the competitor being coached.
9. The bout shall be judged by one referee, one mat Chairman and one
judge. One controller shall be appointed whose decision on' matters of
disputes shall be final and there shall be no protest or' appeal against
his decision.
10. For purpose of championship three places shall be awarded in each
weight class the first, second and third places getting 5, 3 and 1 points
respedively.
33. Yogasanas

Appendix-A

ame of the Toumament


of the Organising University

Name

Section Men/Women
Name of the Manager
His/Her status_,
Zone
Whether Inter-Zonal also
Yes/No Name of the participating University

College in
which
studying

Father's name

l'

Date of
birth

Date &: year of


Passing qualifying
examination for first
admission to a
CollegelUniversity
Name of
Exam

Date &:
Year

Prellent
Class

,'l

Name of
the
present
course

Duration
of course

Date &: Year of first


admission to

Univ.
8

10

Graduate
Cotll'8el .

.,,;thatthe above particulars are true as per records of the University.


Jthat the above players are not employed on full time basis.

N CASES:

,that player (s) listed at S. No.(s)


above is/are migr
...
~ duly enrolled student (s) for following full time University Course/C
,!i>t"~
by the University.
, Seal of the University
Singnature of the

n cases. He/she/they has/have been admit


of not less than one academic year's durati
strar/Secretary, Sports commluee-

Number of years of
previous participation
while, pur~iIlg:

Present
Course
11

12

Relllllb

P.G.

counel
13

'14

Name of the
player

S.No

Father's name

Name of
previous class

Name of new
class

Name of
previous
CourselFacu lty

Name of new
CourselFaculty

Date Ie Year of
joining previous
CourselFaculty

Date Ie Year of
changing to new
CourselFaculty

Minimum
academic
qualifications of
admission 'to
new Course!
Faculty

Remarks

a.
b.
c.
d.

e.

Certified that the above particulars are true as per records of the University.
Further certified that no member of the team listed in this proforma has violated the following rule:
No player, who chose to play on behalf of the State team, in any tournament, without prior permission of the concerned university and in case of tournaments
in which Iridian Universities teams are also participating, without prior permission of the Association of Indian Universities, shall be allowed to participate in
any university, inter-eollegiate and Inter-University tournaments. It was for the concerned university to take appropriate disciplinary action against players
playing on behalf of State teams without their permission as referred to in the preceding sentence.
Date-----Seal
IMPORTANT

of the University------Signature

of the Registrar/Secretary, Sports Committee------------..

. Year.

NOTE:

1. Only those universities shall be allowed to participate in this tournament which submit this proforma in quadruplicate complete in all respects to the Organising
Secretary in time as required under the rules. Before permitting the team to participate in this tournament, the Organising Secretary shall ensure that
i) Eligibility details as contained herein are neatly typed on this form and do not bear any unauthorised over-writings.
ii) This proforma is complete in all respects and bears the stamp of the Association of Indian Universities.
iii) The identity cards bear the photographs of the members of the team and their signatures are duly attested by the concerned Registrar/Secretary, Sports
Committee/Director of Physical Education under seal and the identity cards do not bear any unauthorised over-writings.
iv) The eligibility details given herein have been thoroughly scrutinised and the Organising Secretary is satisfied that the members of the team are eligible to
participate in the tournament.
v) The university has.submitted a declaration to the effect that they are not in arrears in respect of the current Annual Subscription or any other dues payable to
the AIU.
2. One copy of the profo~, out of the 4 received by the Zonal Organising University shall be returned to the qualifying university by the Organising Secretary
of the corresponding Zonal to~rnament, for submission to the Organising Secretary of the Inter-Zonals.
.
;3. Immediately at the end of the tournament the Organising Secretary shall send to the Office of the A.LU. two copies of this proforma complete in all respects.
The A.LU. shall retain one copy in the office and forward the other copy to the Organising Secretary of this tournament for the next year.
4. The following columns must be completed by the Organising Secretary:'
i) Date of receipt of this proforma by the Organising Secretary--------m Date of the first match,inthe tc:;mrnamentof this University--------5. The Organising Secretary will sign the following certificate before allowing the team to participate in the tournament:
Certified that I have checked .the eligibility particulars of the members of the team given herein and found them eligible.
Date

._.

v.~~~~

.____

Signature of the Organising Secretary

'. No. available of :


a) Play Gro~w!~.
b) Eourts
~:~~g~

(nCymM~~
e) SWimming Pools with
diving facilities
for the toumament(s)
offered
vii. Spedfications(dimensions)'
of each available facility

.viii. Nature of playing

surface
- .(wherever applicable)
of each available facility:

Appendh-B

Proforma for Collecting Information from the


Universities while Inviting Offers for Hosting
Inter-University Tournaments
Please indicate preference
I for I preference, II for II prefer~~
preference.
i. Name of the Univemty
ii. Tournament offered
iii. Zone

.iv. Section
",-~
-

.. -

~;

v. Year
vi. No. available of :
a) Play Gr01.!n,~
b) ourts
~.),~g\i.\

<!) 4II'M$i"
Swimming Pools with
diving facilities

e)

for the toumament(s)


offered
vii. Specifications(dimensions)
of each available facility

viii. Nature of playing


surface
(wherever applicable)
of each available facility:

1lI for m preference, IV for IV

ix. Sources of officiating


officials such as Umpires,
Referees, Judges etc.
x. Details of the proposed
accommodation for :
a) Men teams
b) Women tea11\S
c) Officials
xi. Brief description about
food arrangements

xii. Details of the proposed


transportarrangement<.s)
of the teams and officials:

al From railway s~tion


to the lodging pla~

and back
b) From lodging place to
the venue of the tournament and back
xiii. What medical and first aid
arrangements are beiI\g
made?

xiv. Precautions proposed to


be observed to control the :,
crowd behaviour
xv. Estimated budget With
breakup of items of Income

and expenditure.

.........

Appedix-B

xvi. General information about:


the proposed arrangements:
for the smooth conduct of
the tournament(s)

_
_

Note: Against item No.(vi) please indicate separately the number of


facilities available with the university and the number of other
locally available facilities than the univerSity fadlities.
Signature
Secretary
Sports Committee
Date:

Appendix-C

Organising University
Tournament
Section
Zone

1. Date of:
a) Commencement of the tournament
b) Despatching the draws
(to be despatched under Registered
i. Participating

universities (as per

A./f)~:
maillJ'!.8 lilit).

ii, Registrars of concerned participating univ~rsiti~s).


c) Comp1etiQJlof the tournament
2. Participating universities, eligibility details, list of actual participants
and names of the Managen ;
SL No.

University

Name of
Team
Manager

6tabts qf
tlM

List
~f.ll.~

Manasu

'11"8-

plft.
attached

or not
i)
ii)
iii)

IV)
v)

vi)

vii)
viii)
ix)
. x)

EUgibiUty
details
.~

ctlJlDl

~--e
3. Withdrawing universities
___

51.
No.

-~----=

~_""'.A""'

Univerllity

Dqrltion of
.dvanee intbnation
to the Organising
Secretary

Reason,
if any

4. RESULTS
Men:

(i) Winners

(ii) Runner&-up

(iii)"3rd Position
Women :
(i) Winners
(Iii) 3rd Position

(Iv) 4th Position

(ii) Runners-up

(Iv) 4th Position

(Detailed results together with a copy of the Draw/programme to


be attached herewith. However in case of individual event, new records,
if any, created be mentioned).
5. CERTIFICATES
Certified that the merit certificates received from the Association of
Vmversitielihave been awarded to the Winners, Runners-up and

m~

jid- pomtiOit

hol4eriias~ per details given below:

fiJ.

Name of

Nfl!

University

Name of
Player

Position"
IIn/Ill

Certificate number
alORgwith"the Serial
No.AA/ AD/ AC/ AD

6. TROPHY
Men
Trophy(ies) awarded to:

ii)

Trophy(ies> awarded to :
D

ii)

Women

Note: Receipt from Winning Universities be obtained. by the Organizing Universities for retention as record.
7; Details of protest(s), if any:
(Protest fee Rs. 2SO/ -)
.
51.
No.

Protesting
University

Reasons of
Protest

Protest
Upheld/rejected

Note: 1. If rejected, details of remittance of the Protest(s) fee(s) to


the AID.
2. Copy(ies) of the protest(s) and that of the decision of the
Organizing Commitee thereon to be attached.
8. Names of the promising players/ athletes recommended for the future
Coaching Camps/Selection Trials for Indian Universities Team (to be
attached with the report with the following particulars of each
player/athlete).
Name of the
player

Position in the
field of play /
event

Totimament
played/performance

9. Specific problems and difficulties, if any, faced in the management


and conduct of the Tournament.
10. General information on the tournament may be attached.
11. Certified that the entries given above are correct.

Appendix-D
Proforma for the Observer's Report
Note: This Proforma filled in and duly signed should be despatched
to the Association of Indian Universities, AIU House, 16 Kotla
Marg, New Delhi-110002within 7 days of the conclusion of
the tournament.
A. i) Name of theobserver
with Postal address

Hi) Category .Men/Women


iv) Name of the Organising
University
v) Dates of the tournament
vi) Total No. of participating
teams.

(PI. specify the zone it pertains to)


(Pl. strike out not applicable)

From.____

(Men)

to

(Women)_,

B. Administrative Details
Excellent
a) Boarding &: Lodging
arrangements

Good

b) Local transport
c) Seating arrangements
d) Arrangements at the
opening &: closing
c~~~nY
e) Circulating of information
bulletins by the Organising
University

Establishment of Reception
~~s
af ~hfil~H~ay St~tioll
and Bus Stand

Satisfactory

tJ~tisfa<:t0pr

C. Brief details of deficiencies as observed


under the Head B. (may attach an extra
sheet if space insufficient)

Whether
Number of grounds/
courts! pitches
available
Dimensions of the
grounds/ courts/pitches
iii) Condition of the
Surface of grounds/
courts/ pitches
iv) Number of supervising officials
Supervising officials

No. available Adequate

Inadequate

No. available Number


according to
the specifications
Satisfactory.

Number not
according to
the specifications
Unsatisfactory

No. available No of-Quali-No.,if any, of


fjed ones
unqualified
ones
of ExceIlent
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory

vi) General standard


umpiring/judgement
etc.
Observations
regarding violation of rules, if
any (PI. attach extra
sheet, if necessary)

E. ~eneral details of deficiencies


observed under the head D. (PI.
attach extra sheet, if necessary)
Excellent Good
a) Behaviour of the host
officials towards participating teams:
b) Behaviour of the participating teams including
their officials:

SatisfactOry

Unsatisfactory

fflUUlbook of Rules

Il1Ul

ReguUztilms

fo1'

11lkr-Ulliwrsity

TOID'flIUffD(fs

C) Behaviour of the spectators:

d) Details of unseemly
incident, if any:
G. Details of deficiencies
observed under the head F.
H. New records created, if any,
with full details.
I. i) Names of the teams winning
First four positions:
Winner :
Runners-up:
3rd position :
4th position :
ii) :petailed results of the
Meet/Tournament
(to be enclosed).

J.

Details of protest(s), if any,


and action taken thereon:

1<. General standard of


performance

Excellent

L. Name of the players/athletes


outstanding performance

Name

University

Good

Satisfactory

Poor

with

Positionin
the field of
plays

"TimeIDistanc:e1
Height (for
athletics)

Note: "In athletics, indicate the event and in games like boxing, wrestling, wt. lifting etc. indicate the Wt. Class.
. For swimming, only time.

Appendix-E

1. From the entries received, take out last years winners, nmners-up
and losing semi-finalists (four teams).
Note: In case where either of the winners, runners-up or losing semifinalists (3rd/4th position holder). do not enter their team to
participate in the corresponding Inter-University Tournament,.
the team that lost to the dropping out team in .the previous
year's quarter final as may be the case, should be given the.
seeding.
2. Draw a serial order equal to the number of the rest entries.
3. Calculate the number of 'Byes' to be given on the basis of the number
of the rest entries referred to at S1.No. 2 above.
4. Mark the serial number where the univerities in 'Bye' are to be placed.
5. Take out the Draw for 'Byes' - four universities mentioned at Sf.No.1
not to be included.
6 Write the names of the universities not getting. 'Bye' against the serial
numbers marked for them (Item No.4).
7. Take out the Draw for the universities not getting 'Bye' and place
them in the necessary serial order.
8. At the semi-final stage of this Draw, include last year's winners, runners-up and losing semi-finalists so that the stage of the tournaments
now is quarter-final. And they are to'be placed as follows:
a. Runners-up at the top most.
b. Winners at the bottom most.
c. The last year's losing semi-finalists to be cro~seeded i.e. the
loser to the last year's winner is to play against tI\elasi:yeaTs
runner-up and vice-versa.

Appendix-F

SL
No.
A. FOR MEN
I. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Athletics
(Winners)

2. Ball Badminton
(Winners)
3. Boxing
(Winners)
4. Chess
(Winners)

5. Cycling

Donated in 1949 by Senator J.A.D.


Victoria, C.B.E., Ceylon through Sir
lvor Jennings, Vice-Chancellor,
University of Ceylon.
Donated in 1972-73 by the Osmania
University.
Donated in 1949 by the University of
Madras.
Donated in 1964-65 by His Hi.ghness
Dr. Karan Singh, Sadre-Riyasat,
Jammu & Kashmir and Chancellor of
Jammu & Kashmir and Banaras
Hindu Universities.

6. Gymnastics
(Winners)

Donated in 1977-78 by Shri B.D.


Kapoor, President of the Atlas
Cycles Ltd.
Donated in 1990-91 by Dr. M.G.R.
Medical University.

7. Rowing
(Winners)

Donated in 1990-91 by the Anna


University.

8. Shooting
(Winners)

Donated in 1979-80 by Indian Hume


Pipe Co. Ltd. through the Gujarat
University.

9. Swimming
(Winners)

Donated in 1953 by the University of


Bombay.

(Winners)

10. Wt. Lifting


(Winners)

Donated in 1972-73 by the Osmania


University.

11. Wrestling
a) (Winners)

Donated in 1959-60 by the Banaras


Hindu University.
Donated in 1958-59 by the University
of Poona.

II. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


12. Kho-Kho
Donated in 1961-62 by the Vikram
(Winners 1.2.)
University.
13. Tennis
a) (Winners I.Z.)

Donated in 1950 by Seth Sohanlal


Dugar, Jaipur through Dr. C.s.
Mahajani, ViCe-Chancellor, Rajputana
University, Jaipur.
Donated in 1974-75 by the Aligarh
Muslim University.
Donated in 1982-83 by the Indian
School of Mines.

Ill. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


14. Badminton
(Winners 1.2.)
15. Basketball
a) (Winners I.Z.)

Donated in 1959-60 by the University


of Bihar.
Donated in 1948 by Bangalore Blues
Football Club "BangaloreBlues
Challenge Cup".
Donated in 1977-78 by Philip Babu
Prasad Memorial Fund through the
University of Madras.

16. Cricket
a) (Winners I.Z.)

Donated in 1941 the Rohinton Baria


CoM Trophy by Shri Ardeshir D.
Baria of Bombay through the Board
of Control for Cricket in India.
Donated in 1976-77 by the Kamatak
University.

17. Football
a) (Winners I.Z.)

Donated in 1961 Sir Asutosh


Mookerjee Memorial Shield by the
University of Calcutta.
Donated in 1992-93 by Shri
Rathindra Nath Bhattacharyya
through the University of Burdwan.
Donated in 1940 Sir Sultan Ahmed
Cup by the Patna University Athletic
Oub.
Donated in 1971 by the Management
Mathrubhumi Daily & Weekly,
Calicut
Donated in 1985-86 LateShrimant
Jaysingrao P. Ghatge, Rajasaheb of
Kagal (Sr.) Challenge Trophy by
Pirajirao GhatgePhysical Education
Charitable Trust, Kolhapur through
the Shivaji University.

18. Hockey
a) (Winners lZ.)

Donated in 1955 by Dr. K.S.


Narsund Sammanidhi CollUl'iittee,
Ahmedabad through the Gujarat
University.
Dr~ K.A. Hameed Trophy donated in
1985-86 by the Jamia Millia Islamia.
Donated in 1977-78. by the University
of Mysore.
Donated in 1990-91 by the Rani
Durgawati Vishwavidyalaya.

19. Kabaddi
a) (Winners l.Z.)

Donated in 1956 by the Andhra


University.
Donated in 1990-91 by the
Marathwada University

20. Table Tennis


(Winners IZ.)

DonateQ in 1958-59 by the Aligarh


Muslim University.

21. Volleyball
a) (Winners I.Z)

Donated in 1953 by the Gujarat


University.
Donated in 1979-80 by Advocate Jose
K. Jones through the Kerala
Agricultural University.

B. FOR WOMEN
I. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Athletics
Donated in 1957-58 by the University
(Winners)
of Saugar.
2. Cricket
(Winners)
3. Swimming
(Winners)

Donated in 1975-76 by Miss Chandra


Nayudu dlo Mrs. Gunavati e.K.
Nayudu of Indore.
Donated in 1964 the Calcutta
University Shield by the University
of Calcutta.

4. Tennis
(Winners)

Donated in 1958-59 by the Banaras


Hindu University.

5. Hockey
(Winners)

Donated in 1954 by Shri Ramlok


Malhotra through Dr. B.L. Gupta,
Director, Physical Education, Panjab
University.

ll. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


6. Basketball
a) (Winners 12.)

Donated in 1964-65 by Capt. V.R.


Mohan, M.L.e. of Dyer Meakin
Breweries Ltd., Lucknow.
Donated in 1978-79 by the Kerala
Agricutural University.

7. Kabaddi
(Winners 12.)

Dr. (Smt.) Promila V. Thackersey


Trophy donated in 1969 by the
S.N.D.T. Women's University.

8. Kho-Kho
(Winners 12.)

Donated in 1955 by Shri R.P. Buty &


Brothers, Nagpur & Nagpur
University jointly.

9. Volleyball
a) (Winners I.Z.)

Donated in 1975-76 by Kalamgal


Madathil Rarichan Moopan
(K.M.R.M. Trophy).
Donated in 1975-76 by Mis P.V.
Chandran & P.V. Gangadharan
Proprietors of Kerala Transport Co.,
Calicut.

10. Badminton
(Winners 12.)

Donated in 1956 by the M.S


University of Baroda.

11. Table Tennis


(Winners 12.)

Donated in 1972-73 by the Andhra


Pradesh Agricultural University.

C. 1. Dr. B.L.Gupta
Inter-University General
Championship trophy
2. Overall Championship

Trophy for InterUniversity Athletic


Meet (M&W)

Donated in 1982-83 by Shri S.K.


Gupta slo Late Dr. B.L. Gupta,
Head of the Deptt. of Phy. Edu.,
Panjab University.
Donated in 1993-94 by the Publishers
of ''The Week" through the Mahatma
Gandhi University.

Appendix-G
Uniform colours of the (I) Association of Indian Universities and (II)
Member Universities.
(I) Association of Indian Universities:
(i) Playing Uniform: Shorts - White, Shirts - Blue with collars,
border of sleeves, pocket and button strip in white, StockingsBlue with turn in white.
(ii) March Past Dress: White pants, a tie with deep-blue, yellow
and white strips, blazer of bright deep blue with crest of the
Association on the chest. pocket.
(Hi) Flag: Bright deep blue of 6'X 4' size carrying the insignia of
the Association of Indian Universities.
(II) The following are the registered colours with the Association
of the member universities.

s.

Name of University

No.
1

Agra University

Navy blue half upper top, light blue


half lower portion

University of AgriI.
Sciences, Bangalore

Green and yellow

Aligarh Muslim University

Dark green shirt with white "V" on the


neck

University of Allahabad

Pink and dark blue.

Amravati University

Pink and dark brown for upper and


lower portions of uniform respectively.

Aridhra University

Blue and yellow.

Andhra Pradesh Agril.


University

White with bottle green collar


and bottle green border for
sleeves and pockets.

Anna University

Maroon

Annamalai University

Maroon and navy blue.

10 A.P.S. University

Golden yellow and sky blue.

11 Banaras Hindu University

Navy blue and gold.

12 Bangalore University

Steel grey and golden yellow.

13 Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya
14 Berhampur University

Maroon with golden yellow borders

15 Bharathiar University

Jersey-yellow.

16 Bharathidasan University

Jersey-Maroon and yellow colours.

17 Bhavnagar University

Sky blue.

18 Bidhan Chandra Krishi


Vishwavidyalaya

Jersey (Ganji Type) - light


green with yellow border; shortswhite; hose-light green with yellow
strip; blazer Maroon

19 Birla Institute of
Technology & Science,
Pilani

Orange and green.

20 University of Bombay

Red and gold.

21 University of Burdwan

Deep yellow and navy blue border for


sleeves and collar

22 University of Calcutta

Dark blue.

23 University of Calicut

Sky blue, deep blue and white.

24 C.S.A. University of Agril.


& Technology, Kanpur

Shirt-Maroon with green collar


and sleeves ends and white pocket
with university crest.

25 Ch. C. S. Haryana Agril.


University

Maroon and golden yellow.

26 Ch. Charan Singh


University, Meerut
27 Dayalbagh Educational
Institute, Agra
28 University of Delhi

Dark blue and white.

29 Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Saffron and navy blue.


Indore
30 Dibrugarh University

Maroon with white border.

31 Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar
Marathwada University

Blue shirts with saffron


collar and pockets.

32 Dr H. S. Gour Vishwavidyalaya

Sky blue and navy blue, half


reversed self-coloured navy blue with
collar, lapel, pocket in sky blue.

33 Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia


University

Shirt or upper garment-grey- slate


colour with AU inscribed on it, underwear, shorts, shirt or lower garmentwhite.

34 Gandhigram Rural Instt.

Banian & Shorts-light sky blue.

35 Gauhati University

Ught blue with chocolate.

36 Goa University

Shirts/Singlets - light blue with dark


blue colours, university emblem on
pocket- Pants (M&:W)/skirts(W)Dark blue.

37 University of Gorakhpur

Ught blue and navy blue.

38 G.B. Pant University of


Agril. & Tech.

Yellow and bottle green.

39 Gujarat Agril. University

Green and white colour.

40 Gujarat Ayurved University Red, yellow and blue.


41 Gujarat University

Blue and white.

42 Gulbarga University

Dark blue.

43 Guru Ghasidas University

For Boys: Shorts-Deep blue, shirtsmaroon with collar, sleeve ends and
button plate in dark yellow, legend
on the pockets and white numbers on
the back.
For Girls: Pleated skirt-deep blue,
Blouse top-maroon body with collar,
button plate and sleeve ends in deep
yellow, legend on the pockets.

44 Guru Nanak Dev University Royal blue, golden yellow and white.
45 HN.R Garhwal University

Sky blue.

46 Himachal Pradesh Univ~rsity Navy blue andwhite


47 Himachal Pradesh Krishi
Vishwavidyalaya

Shirt or Jersey-eollar-orange
with plate, Arms-green, turns- orange,
Body-green, pocket': orange, shortsblack.
Sky blue T.5hirt with navy blue
collar/vest (sky blue) and sky blue
sOcks.

Jersey-Ught blue.

50 LI.T., Madras

Light brown.

51 Indian School of Mines

Pants-white; jersey-sky blue.

52 Jadavpur University

Maroon and yellow.

53 University of Jammu

Maroon and white.

54 Jiwaji University

Light blue, white and orange.

55 Jodhpur University

Saffron and light blue.

56 Kakatiya University

Peacock blue and golden yellow.

57 University of Kalyani

Sky blue uniform with golden collar


and golden border in sleeves and
pockets.

58 Karnatak University

Green and purple.

59 University of Kashmir

Maroon and white (maroon body with


white shoulder strips).

60 University of Kerala

Birch, grey and black.

61 Kerala Agril. University

Dark greeen.

62 Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth

Maroon'T' shirts/banians with


university emblem (white), white short
with maroon strips each side; maroon
colour socks.
Body-Light blue; collar, shoulder
pocket and sleeve strip-Dark blue;
blazer-blue (different from Agra
University and Ch. Charan Singh
University, Meerut).

64 Kurukshetra University

Maroon and peacock.

65 University of Lucknow

Chocolate and old gold.

66 University of Madras

Light blue and dark blue.

67 Madurai Kamaraj University Maroon and white.


68 Magadh University

Shirt and stocking-yellow with brown


border; short-white.

69 M.S. University of Baroda

Deep brown lemon yellow.

70 Mahatma Gandhi University Maroon vests and white shorts.


71 Maharshi Dayanand
University

Maroon, deep blue and white.

72 Mahatma Phule Krishi


Vidyapeeth

Uniform-Navy blue body with


orange sleeves and pockets; blazer-

navy blue; Ties-orange with blue


strips; stocks/stockings-navy blue with
orange bands; scarf -orange with navy
blue strips; cricket cap-navy blue with
university emblem in front; sariesnavy blue with orange border.
Blazer coat-navy blue with university
Monogram; shirts/jerseys-greenish
golden yellow with navy blue colour
and navy blue border for sleeves;
stockings.:navy blue with golden
yellow strips at the folding.
Uniform-white and red; collar-white
and red; sleeves-half sleeves with red
strips.
75 Marathwada Krishi
Vidyapeeth

Green with white strips and


orange.

76 M. L. Sukhadia University

Shirts-light green with collars and


sleeves, pocket and button strips in
pink, shorts-white; stockings-green
with turn in dark blue.

77 University of Mysore

Maroon and golden yellow.

78 Nagarjuna University

Kit-green colour banian with light


green shirt with yellow strips; blazergreen.

79 Nagpur University

Maroon with thin yellow strips.

80 Narendra Dev University


of Agril. & Tech.

Green and Maroon.

81 University of North Bengal Sky blue with navy blue collar and a
border on the sleeves.
82 Orissa University of Agril.
& Tech.

Body-dark green; collar with


filt including sleeves deep blue;
pocket-deep yellow with QUAT
printed on it with white pant.

83 Osmania University

Green and yellow.

84 Panjab University

Blazer-deep sky blue (known as antwarp blue); shirts-deep sky blue and
white.
Yellow and green.

86 University of Poona

Bhagwa (orange) and gold.

87 Punjab Agril. University

Light green and light yellow.

88 Punjabi University

Golden yellow and purple.

89 Punjabrao Krishi
Vidyapeeth

Green and white.

90 Purvanchal

Shirts or upper garments: saffron


colour, collar and pocket with navy
blue. Underwear: short or lower garment-white.

University

91 Rabindra Bharati University Jersey (i) yellow with navy border;


(ii) white with navy blue border.
92 University of Rajasthan

Shorts and shirts-eombination of white,


gold and dark brown as suited to the
game; stockings - gold with turn in
dark brown or dark brown with turn
in gold.

93 Rajcndra Agril. University

Navy blue with yellow strips at the


sleeves and neck; blazer-maroon

94 Ranchi University

Maroon and gold.

95 Rani Durgavati
Vishwavidyalaya

Cream and maroon.

96 Pandit Ravishankar Shukla


University
97 University of Roorkec

Navy blue, sky blue and green.

98 Sambalpur

Maroon shirt and black pant.

University

99 Sardar Patel University

Sky blue.

100 Saurashtra University

Red with white collars, border of


sleeves and pockets.

101 School of Planning &:


Architecture

Navy blue and light sky blue.

102 Shivaji University

Shorts-white
shirts-orange
sleeves, sky
sity emblem

103 S.N.D.T. Women's


University

Black skirts and pink shirts.

with sky blue strips,


with sky blue bands on
blue pocket with univerin colour.

Appmdix-G

104 Sri Krishnadevaraya


University

Sky blue and golden yellow with sky


bille, blazer.
"

105 Sri Venkateswara


University

Purple apd white.

106 Tamil Nadu AgriI.


University
107 T.M. Bhagalpur University

Blazer-Navy bluei Trousers-white;


Jersey-half white half sky blue.

1~ Utkal University

Golden yellow and deep blue.

109 Vila'am University

Maroon and white ..

110 Vinoba Bhave University

Shorts-sky blueishirtS'-S8nd stone pink


with sky. blue collar \and poCket.
Lemon yellow and maroon.

Appendix-H
Statement of Winners, Runners-up, Winners of Third Place and
Fourth place of the Inter-University Tournaments

S.
No.

Name of
game

1. Athletics

1940 - 41
Winners
Panjab

Runnersup
Aligarh

2..Cric~t

1941-42
Winners
Panjab
Bombay
Calcutta

Runnersup
Bombay

3. Football
4. Hockey
5. Swimming

Allahabad

Lucknow

Aligarh

Panjab
Panjab
Madras

6. Tennis

Patna

Lucknow

Calcutta

Madras
1943 - 44

1942 - 43
1. Athletics
2. Cricket

Panjab
Bombay

Patna

Madras
Panjab

Panjab
Madras

3. Football

Panjab

4. Hockey

Panjab

Travancore
Osmania

Osmania

Delhi

5. Swimming
6. Tennis

Panjab
Lucknow

Osmania

Madras

1945 - .46

1944 - 45
1. Athletics

Bombay
Lucknow

. Madras

Panjab

Madras

Panjab

4. Cricket

Bombay

Panjab

Bombay

5. Football

Panjab

Madras

Aligarh

Panjab
Mysore

6. Hockey
7. SWimming

Panjab
Calcutta

Aligarh
Bombay

Mysore
Panjab

8. Tennis

Madras

Osmania
Bombay
Panjab

Bombay

Panjab

2. Badminton
3. Basketball

9. Wrestling

S.
No.

Name of
game

Runners-

Runnersup

1. Athletics

up
Calcutta

Aligarh

2. Badminton
3. Basketball
4. Cricket
5. Football
6. Hockey
7. Swimming
8. Tennis

Bombay
Madras

Aligarh
Panjab

Panjab

Nagpur
Bombay

Panjab
Panjab

Madras

9. Wrestling

Mysore
Bombay
Madras
Banaras

3. Basketball
4. Cricket
5. Football

Bombay
Bombay
Madras
Bombay

6. Hockey
7. Swimming

Madras
Panjab
Bombay

8. Tennis

Madras

9. Wrestling
10. Boxing
11. Kabaddi

Agra
Aligarh
Madras

Madras

Lucknow

Allahabad

Banaras

1949 SO

1948 - 49
1. Athletics
2. Badminton

Lucknow

Panjab
Lucknow

Ceylon
Calcutta

Panjab
Bombay

Mysore
Calcutta

Panjab
Bombay

Madras
Calcutta

Patna
Madras

Mysore
Allahabad

Patna
Bombay

Madras
Aligarh

Bombay
Bombay

Ceylon
Calcutta

Lucknow

Panjab

Poona

12. Volleyball
13. Athletics(W)
14. Badminton(W)

195152

1. Athletics
2. Badminton
3. Basketball
4. Cricket

Madras
Bombay

Ceylon

Panjab

Mysore
Delhi

Mysore

Lucknow

Panjab
Bombay

Mysore
Agra

Panjab

Mysore

Mysore

Allahabad

S.
No.

Name of
game

1950-51
Winners

Runners-

Runnersup

up
5. Football

6. Hockey
7. Swimming
8. Tennis
9. Wrestling
10. Boxing

Calcutta
Osmania

Nagpur
Panjab

Gauhati
Bombay

Calcutta
Madras

Osmania
Panjab
Bombay
Panjab

Travancore

Gujarat

Panjab

Allahabad

Ceylon

Madras

Poona
Ceylon

Panjab
Madras

Poona
Panjab

Nagpur
Osmania

Bombay

Panjab

Ceylon

11. Kabaddi
12. Volleyball
13. Athletics(W)
14. Badminton(W)

1; Athletics

Panjab

2.
3.
4.
5.

Bombay

Mysore
Allahabad

Panjab
Bombay

Panjab

Madras

Osmania

Allahabad
Panjab

Madras
Bombay

Ceylon
Delhi

Ceylon
Delhi

Madras
Mysore

Aligarh
Panjab

Travancore

Calcutta

Nagpur

Panjab

Poona

Saugar

Nagpur

Bombay
Mysore
Kamatak

10. Swimming

Bombay
Madras

Bombay
Delhi

Calcutta

11. Tennis

Calcutta
Patna

12. Volleyball

Panjab
Poona
Bombay
Bombay

Panjab
Panjab

Osmania

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Annamalai
Panjab
Mysore
Allahabad

Bombay
-

Mysore

Badminton
Basketball
Boxing
Cricket

6. Football
7. Hockey
8. Kabaddi
9. Kho-Kho

Wrestling
Athletics(W)
Badminton(W)
Hockey(W)
Kho-Kho(W)

18. Water-Polo
19. Diving

Madras
Poona

101

Appendix-H

S.
No.

Name of
game

1. Athletics
2. Badminton

1955-56

1954-55
Winners

Ceylon

Panjab
Bombay

Winners

Runnersup

Runnersup

Panjab
Bombay

Ceylon
Panjab
Panjab
Allahabad
&: Bombay

3. Basketball
4. Boxing

Madras

Agra
Panjab

Ceylon

Madras

Madras
Ceyron

5. Cricket

Bombay
Osmania

Panjab
Allahabad

Bombay
Osmania

Delhi
Calcutta

Aligarh
Andhra

Madras
Nagpur

Madras
Saugar

9. Kho-Kho
10. Swimming

Aligarh
Nagpur
Baroda

Poona:

Bombay

Calcutta

Bombay

calcutta

11. Tennis

Delhi

Madras

12. Volleyball

Panjab
Panjab &:
Poona
Bombay

Madras
Andhra

Delhi
Madras

6. Football
7. Hockey
8. Kabaddi

13. Wrestling
14. Athletics(W)
15. Badminton(W)
16. Hockey(W)
17. Kho-Kho(W)
18. Water-Polo
19. Diving

Allahabad

Panjab
Panjab

Mysore
Bombay

Bombay
BoI1\bay

Panjab

Bombay

Poona
Bombay

Nagpur
CalCutta

POOM
Calcutta

Bombay

Calcutta

:.

Panjab
Bombay

1956-57
1. Athletics

Poona

Mysore
Panjab
Panjab
Banxfa
BomMy

1'$7-58

Panjab
Bombay

Allahabad

Panjab

2. Badminton

Panjab

Bombay

3. Basketball

Mysore

Banaras

Madras

4. Boxing

Bombay &;
Madras

Bombay

5. Cricket

Delhi

6. Football

Bombay
Calcutta

Nagpur

Bombay
Calcutta

7. Hockey

Madras

Agra

Aligarh

Allahabad
Allahabad
Panjab
Madras &:
Poona
Panjab
Bombay
Nagpur

Htmdbook of Rules and Regulations for Intu-UniTJmity T~ts

102

s.
No.

Name of
game

8. Kabaddi
9. Kho-Kho
10. (i) Swimming
(ii) Diving
(ill) WaterPolo
11. Tennis
12. Table Tennis
13. Volleyball

1956-57
Winners
Andhra

Runnersup

1957-58
Winners

RUlU'ten-/

up
Andhra

Poona

Poona
Baroda

Nagpur
Baroda

Bombay

Calcutta

Calcutta

Bombay
Bombay

Calcutta
Calcutta

Bombay
Calcutta

Bombay

Madras

Delhi

Madras

Calcutta

Travancore

Allahabad

Panjab

Bombay

Poona
Bombay

Panjab
Delhi

Bombay

Banaras

Poona
Bombay
Agra

14. Wrestling
15. Athletics(W)

Bombay

16. Badminton(W)

Panjab

Mysore
Bombay

17. Hockey(W)

Poona

Panjab

Poona

Panjab

18. Kho-Kho(W)
19. Tennis(W)

Nagpur
Not

Poona
held

Nagpur
Madras

Poona
Kerala

20. Volleyall(W)
1959-60

19*59

1. Athletics

Panjab

Madras

Delhi

Panjab

2. Badminton
3. Basketball

Bombay

Panjab
Partjab

Bombay

Panjab
Panjab

Poona

Bombay

Madras
Bombay
Calcutta

Bombay

4. Boxing

Mysore
Bombay

5. Cricket

Bombay

Delhi

Delhi

6. Football

Panjab

Bombay

Osmania

7. Hockey

Aligarh

Jabalpur

8. Kabaddi

Nagpur

9. Kho-Kho
10. (0 Swimming
{ii) Divmg
(in) WaterPolo

Poona

Madras
Poona
Baroda

Bombay
Bombay

Calcutta
Osmania

Bombay

calcutta

'~

Nagpur
Poona
Calcutta
Bombay
Calcutta

Nagpur
Bombay
Baroda
Bombay
Delhi
Bombay

l!
A


Appmdix-H

s.
No.

103

1958-59

Name of
game

11. Tennis
12. Table Tennis
13. Volleyball
14. Wrestling

Winners

Calcutta

Ceylon
Bombay

Calcutta

Panjab

Kerala

Panjab

Poona
Poona

15. Athletics(W)
Mysore
16. Badminton(W) Bombay
17. Hockey(W)
Poona
18. Kho-Kho(W)
Nagpur
19. Tennis(W)
Madras
20. Volleyball(W)

Runnersup

Panjab
Bombay
Baroda
Mysore

1959-60
Winners
Ceylon
Bombay
Osmania

Calcutta

Panjab
Delhi
Bombay

Poona
Panjab
Jabalpur

Panjab

Poona
Gujarat
Delhi

Delhi
Panjab

Poona
Panjab
Allahabad

1960-61
1. Athletics

Runnersup

Delhi

1961-62

Panjab
Bombay

Bombay

Panjab

Vikram

Panjab

Bombay

Delhi

3. Basketball
4. Boxing

Bombay

Panjab
Panjab

Mysore
Bombay

Panjab

Bombay

5. Cricket

Bombay

Allahabad

6. Football
7. (i) Gymnastics

Calcutta
Osmania

Osmania

(ii) Wt. Lifting Bombay


(ill) Best
Lucknow
Physique

Osmania
Osmania

2. Badminton

8. Hockey
9. Kabaddi
10. Kho-Kho
11. (i) Swimming
(ii) Diving
(ill) WaterPolo
12. Tennis
13. Table Tennis

Panjab
Bombay
Baroda
Calcutta
Bombay
Calcutta
Calcutta
Bombay

Agra

Madras

Mysore
Calcutta
Vikram
Osmania

Madras
Osmania
Poona

Osmania

Nagpur

Not held
Vikram

Poona
Bombay

Nagpur
Bombay

Delhi
Bombay

Bombay
Bombay

Osmania

Madras
Bombay

Delhi

Panjab &:
Madras
Bombay

Poona
Baroda
Calcutta
Delhi
Calcutta
Allahabad
Jadavpur

Handbook of Rules and Regulations

104

s.
No.

1960-61

Name of
game

14. Volleyball
15. Wrestling
16.-Athletics(W)

for Inter-UnitJtrsity

Winners

Runnersup

Tournllments

1961-62
Winners

Runnersup

Agra
Panjab

Osmania

Bombay

Lucknow

Lucknow

Mysore

Jabalpur

Panjab
Mysore

Agra

Bombay

Lucknow
,
Poona &
Bombay
Agra

17. Badminton(W) Bombay


18. Basketball(W)
19. Hockey(W)

Panjab

Jabalpur

Delhi

Jabalpur

20. Kho-Kho(W)

Poona
-

Nagpur

Nagpur

Delhi

22. Tennis(W)
23. Table Tennis
(W)

Mysore
Panjab

Delhi

Mysore
Poona

Delhi
Delhi

24. Volleyball(W)

Ma:dras

Panjab

Madras

Panjab

21. Swimming(W)

1963-64

1962-63

Vikram

Vikram

2. Badminton

Panjab
Allahabad

3. Basketball
4. Boxing

Madras
Bombay

Punjabi
Poona

Panjab
Bombay
Bombay &
Poona

5. Cricket

Poona

Madras

6. Football

Jadavpur
& Mysore
Vikram

Bombay
Calcutta

Madras
Osmania

Osmania
Mysore

Vikram
Osmania

Delhi
Andhra

Jabalpur

Agra

Osmania

Madras
Bombay

Panjab
Bombay

Poona

1. Athletics

7. (i) Gymnastics
(ii) Wt.Lifting
(Hi) Best
Physique

Osmania
Osmania

8. Hockey

Aligarh

9. Kabaddi

Poona

Delhi

Shivaji

Bombay

Gujarat
Calcutta

Poona
Calcutta

Nagpur

Rajasthan

Bombay

Calcutta

Agra

10. Kho-Kho

Poona

11. (i) Swimming


(ii) Diving

Bombay

Panjab
Bombay

Bombay

Appendix-H

s.
No.

Name of
game

105

1963-64

1962-63

. Winners

Runners-.
up

Winners

Runnersup

Bombay

Calcutta

Calcutta

Baroda

12. Tennis

Osmania

Delhi

Allahabad

Poona

13. Table Tennis


14. Volleyball
15. Wrestling
16. Athletics(W)

Jadavpur
Osmania

Osmania
Vikram

Bombay
Kerala

Delhi
Agra

Panjab
Vikram
Bombay

Punjabi
Delhi

Poona
Vikram
Bombay
Panjab
Punjabi

Panjab
Delhi

GUjarat

Gujarat

Vikram

Baroda

(iii) WaterPolo

17. Badminton(W)
lB. Basketball(W)
19. Hockey(W)
20. Kho-Kho(W)

Panjab

Panjab &
Jabalpur
Poona

Panjab
Kurukshetra

21. Swimming(W)
22. Tennis(W)

Mysore

Delhi

Calcutta
Calcutta

23. Table Tennis


(W)

Bombay

Poona

Vikram

Poona
Poona
Bombay

Panjab

Vikram

Panjab

24. Volleyball (W) Delhi

1964-65

1965-66

1. Athletics

Panjab

Kurukshetra Panjab

Delhi

2. Badminton
3. Basketball

Bombay
Panjab

Lucknow

Osmania

Panjab

Osmania

Panjab

Bangalore

4. Bo~ing

Panjab
Delhi

Poona

Panjab

Bhagalpur
Calcutta
Bombay

Madras
Bombay
Calcutta

Poona
Bombay

Andhra

Vikram
Poona

Agra
Poona

Poona

Jabalpur

Jabal pur

Poona &
Jadavpur

Poona

Panjab

Vikram

Aligarh

5. Chess
6. Cricket
7. Football
B. (a) Gymnastics
(b) Wt.Lifting
(c) Best
Physique
9. Hockey

Bombay
Calcutta
Agra

Bangalore
Osmania
. Vikram
Osmania

S.
No.

Name of
game

Ruaus-

Runnersup

up
10. Kabaddi
11. Kho-Kho

Bombay
Baroda

12. Shooting

Shivaji

Osmania
Shivaji
Baroda
Poona
Calcutta &: Aligarh
Punjabi

BombayPoona
Shivaji .

Roorkee

13. Squash
Rackets
14. Regatta
15. (a) Swimming

Jadavpur
Calcutta

Calcutta
Bombay

Not held

(b) Diving
(c) Water-Polo

Calcutta
Calcutta

Not held
Not held
Calcutta
Osmania

Gujarat
Delhi

Osmania

Panjab

16. Tennis
17. Table Tennis

Osmania
Bombay

Rajasthan
Bombay
Delhi
Delhi

18. Volleyball

Osmania

Panjab

19. Wrestling
20. Athletics(W)

Panjab
Bombay

Shivaji
Panjab
Kurukshetra Panjab

Punjabi.
Kurukshetra

21. Badminton(W)

Bombay

Allahabad

Ravishankar

22. Basketball(W)

Bombay

Kurukshetra Panjab

Calcutta

23. Hockey(W)

Panjab

Punjabi

Bombay

Jabalpur

24. Kho-Kho(W)

Indore

Nagpur

Bombay

Nagpur

25. Swimming(W)

Calcutta

Not held
Bangalore

Bombay

26. Tennis(W)

Mysore

Poona
Delhi

27. Table Tennis

Bombay

Gujarat

Shivaji .

Madras
Vikram

Punjabi

Osmania

Punjabi

Jabalpur

(W)
28. Volleyball(W)

1966-67
1.
2.
3.
4.

Athletics
Badminton
Basketball
Boxing

1967-68

Jiwaji
Bombay

Panjab
Osmania

Panjab
Bombay

Bangalore
Not held

Panjab

Kerala
Bombay
(i) Bombay Panjab
(ii) Poona

Jiwaji
Delhi

~~
No.

NiQIle

Qf

~am@

Runners-

Runnersup

up
Osmania

Bombay

OImania

Bombay
Bombay

Calcutta

Indore

Calcutta

Panjab

Vikrlln

Jabalpur
Delhi

Panjab

Agra

(g) Wt,Lifting Bombay

POOM

Bombay

(e) 1*t

Poona

Poona

Poona
Bombay

~,~h~

Omlania

6, C.fit1~@t
'I. Football

Ii, (a) Gymna~ti~

Jabalpur

Panjab

Ph~qu.e

,. HoekQy

Ravi-

Not
decided

shankar
lO. Kahaddi
11. Kho-Kho

Osmania
Baroqi

12.S)lO@ung

$hiv.~

Panjab

Panjab

Poona
Aligarh

Poona
Delhi

Poona
Nagpur
Rajasthan

Cancelled

CanceJ1ed

Calcutta
Banaras

Bombay
Rajasthan
Calcutta

&: Delhi

Cancelled

U, SqlJi\ljh
RaC~Qtfi

H. }\@8ittl
15, (I) Swimming
(b) Diving

Not held
-do-

(c) Water-Polo -.do-16. Temu~


Madras
\1, Tilbl, Tetmil
Delhi

Aligarh
Bombay

la. Volleyball

Panjab

Madras

Delhi
Rajasthan

19, W~tUns

Kuruleshetra

Panjab

Shivaji

Panjab

20. Athletics(W)

Kuru-

Punjabi

Kurukshtra

Jiwaji

Kerala
Bombay

Bombay
Panjab

Kerala

Panjab

Kurukshetra

Bombay
Lucknow

Madras
Osmania
Saugar

kshetra

at. Badminton(W)

POOM

22. Daskotball(W)

Kuru-

Bombay

kshetra
23. Hockey(W)

Panjab &:
Kuru-

kshetra

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108

S.
No.

Nameof
game

1966-67
Winners

Runnersup

Ig6768
Winners

24. Kho-Kho(W)
25. Swimming(W)

Indore

Baroda

26. Tennis(W)
27. Table Tennis
(W)

Bangalore
Panjab

Not held
Madras
Gujarat

28. Volleyball(W}

Osmania

Kurukshetra Punjabi

Indore
Rajasthan
Bangalore

Nagpur
GUjarat
Andhra

Bombay.

Panjab

1968-69
1. Athletics
2. Badminton
3. Ball Badminton
4. Basketball
5. Boxing
6. Chess
7. Cricket
8. Football
9. (a) Gymnastics
(b) Malkhambh
10. Hockey
11. Kabaddi
12. Kho-Kho
13. Squash
Rackets
14. Shooting
15. Regatta
16. (a) Swimming
(b) Diving
(c) Water-Polo
17. Table Tennis

Runnersup

Kurukshetra
196970

Jiwaji
Bombay

Panjab
Meerut

Calcutta
Bombay

Panjab
Gauhati

Panjab
Bombay
Madras

Mysore
Panjab
Madurai

Panjab
Panjab

Kerala
Punjabi

Madras

Saurashtra

Delhi

Osmania
Panjab

Bombay
Panjab
Punjabi

Barigalore

Jabalpur
Punjabi

Mysore
Panjab
Banaras

Panjab
lIT
Bombay

Poona

Madras
Poona
Poona

Poona

Bangalore

Panjab
Baroda

Panjab

Aligarh
Poona

Poona
Delhi

Baroda
Roorkee

Panjab

Shivaji

Panjab
Calcutta

Aligarh

Panjab
Mysore

Calcutta
Calcutta

Indore
Delhi

Calcutta

Poona

Calcutta
Delhi
Calcutta
Bombay

Bombay

Jadavpur
Bombay
Delhi
Bombay
Delhi

109

Appendix-H

S.
No.

Name of
game

1968-69

Winners

Runnersup

1969-70

Winners

Runnersup

18. Tennis

Calcutta

Madras

Madras

Calcutta

19. Volleyball
20. (a) Wt.Lifting

Panjab

Vikram

Panjab

Calcutta

Osmania
Osmania

Calcutta

Madras
Andhra

Kuru- .
kshetra
Panjab

Panjab

Panjab

Shivaji

Bangalore

Bangalore

Panjab

24. Badminton(W)

Poona

25. BasketbalHW)
26. Hockey(W)

Panjab

Bangalore
Bombay

Kerala
Bombay

Poona
Panjab

P~njab

Kurukshetra

Panjab

Gujarat

27. Kabaddi(W)
28. Kho-Kho(W)

Poona
Indore

Bombay
Bangalore

Bombay
Bangalore

29. Shooting(W)
30. Swimming(W)
31. Table Tennis
(W)

Rajasthan
Delhi

Calcutta
Bombay

Panjab
Bombay
Bombay

Poona
Indore
Calcutta

32. Tennis(W)

Panjab

BangaIore

Panjab

Bangalore

33. Volleyball(W)

Punjabi

Kurukshetra

Kerala

Kurukshetra

(b) Best
Physique
21..Wrestling
22. Athletics (W)

Bombay

23. Ball Badminton (W)

1970-71

1. Athlcctics
2. Badminton
3. Ball Badminton
4. Basketball

GND
Bombay

Bangalore

Madras

Andhra

Bombay

Rajasthan

Bombay

Madras

Panjab

Calcutta
Panjab

1971-72

Punjabi
Bangalore
Andhra

GND
GND

]adavpur

Osmania

Bangalore

5. Boxing
6. Chess

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110

S.
No.

Name of
game

7. Cricket
8. Football

1970-71

Winners
Madras
Panjab

9. (a) Gymnastics (b) Malkham


bh
Panjab
10. Hockey
11. Kabaddi
Saugar

Runnersup
Bombay

Callcut

Udaipur
Gauhati
Punjabi

Madras
Jabalpur

Saugar
Saugar

Baroda

Poona
Allahabad

Panjab
Mysore
Baroda
Baroda

Delhi

llT Delhi

Calcutta
Delhi

Bombay

Bombay
Bombay

Calcutta
Delhi

Aligarh
Madras
Rabindra
Bharati

Bangalore

14. Squash
Rackets
15. Regatta
16. (a) .Swimming

Aligarh
lIT Delhi

Calcutta

Bombay

Delhi
Calcutta
Bombay

Osmania
Bombay
Delhi

Madras

Aligarh
Rajasthan

Madras
Calcutta

Runnersup

Vikram
Shivaji

Delhi

18. Tennis
19. Volleyball
20. (a) Wt.Lifting

Winners
Punjabi

Poona
Baroda

(c) Water-Polo
17. Table Tennis

1971-72

Bombay

12. Kho-~ho
13. Shooting

(b) Diving

TOIlnumrmts

Burdwan

Poona

Rajasthan

GND
Calcutta

(b) Best
Physique
Panjab

Mysore

Delhi
Bangalore
Calicut

Kerala
Bombay

Bombay

Panjab

Bombay

Delhi

Bombay

Calcutta

Panjab

GND

Panjab

27. Kabaddi(W)

GND
Bombay

Poona

Bombay

28. Kho-Kho(W)

Bangalore

Nagpur

Indore

Poorra
Baroda

21. Wrestling
22. Athletics(W)
23. Ball
Badminton
(W)
24. Badminton(W)
25. Basketball(W)
26. Hockey(W)

Delhi
Madras
Bangalore

Panjab
Poona

Madras
Bangalore

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S.
No.

Name of
game

111

1970-71
Winners

Panjab
29. Shooting(W)
30. Swimming(W> Bombay

Runnersup

1971-72
Winners
Panjab

31. Table Tennis


(W)

Calcutta

Bhagalpur
Poona
Bombay

32. Tennis(W)

GND

Poona

Poona

33. Volleyball(W)

Kurukshetra

Kerala

GND

Poona
Bombay

GND
Nagpur
Madras

Punjabi
Bombay

5. Boxing
6. Chess
7. Cricket
8. Football
9. (a) Gymnastics
(b) Malkhambh
10. Hockey
11. Kabaddi
12. Kho-Kho
13. Shooting
14. Squash
Rackets
15. Regatta
16. (a) Swimming
(b) Diving
(c) Water-Polo
17. Table Tennis

Allahabad
Gujarat
Calcutta
GND
Poona
1973-74

1972-73
1. Athletics
2. Badminton
3. Ball Badminton
4. Basketball

Runnersup

Delhi

Punjabi

BangaIore

Not held
Madras

Mudunti

Rajasthan

Madras

Rajasthan

Bombay

Punjabi
Delhi

GND
0sInania

Punjabi
Madras

GND
Delhi

Madras
Calcutta

Delhi
Calicut

Delhi

BangalQ~

Calicut

Vikram

Punjabi

Culcutti
Punjabi

Shivaji

Vikram

GNP
Poona

~hiv@ji

Bhopal
Lucknow
Ravishankar Mysore

Bombay
Calcutta

Not held
Not held
Delhi

PoornJ.

GND
Bapgalore
Bangalore

Not hel4
Qombay

Pelhi

Poona

Not held
Bo~y
Delhi

Npt held
POOM

CaIcutm

GNP

C41~tta

C4}cutta

Bombay

CIlcutta

Calcutta

Gujarat
Bombay

Os~

Panjlp

Bombay

Pil~j!lb

112

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s.
No.

Name of
game

1972-73

Winners

18. Tennis
Delhi
19. Volleyball
GND
20. (a) Wt. Lifting Not held
(b) Best
Physique
21. Wrestling

Runnersup
Osmania
Calicut

Delhi
Bangalore
Kerala

Winners

Runnersup

Aligarh
Kerala

Madras
Panjab

Mysore

Madras
& Delhi
Osmania

GND
Kerala
Not held
Bangalore

Calicut

Bombay
Panjab

Panjab
Punjabi

Poona

Poona
Poona

Bombay
Baroda

23. Badminton(W)
24. Ball
Badminton
(W)

Bangalore

Shivaji
Madras
Bombay
Calicut

25. Basketball(W)

Bombay

Delhi

26. Hockey(W)

GND

Punjabi

27. Kabaddi(W)
28. Kho-Kho(W)

Poona
Baroda

Bombay

29. Shooting(W)
30. Swimming(W)

Panjab
Poona

31. Table Tennis

22. Athletics(W)

1973-74

Calcutta

Not held

Tournaments

Shivaji
Bangalore

GND

Not held

Bombay

Gujarat
Delhi

Bombay
Bombay

Poona
GND

32. Tennis(W)

Madras

Mysore

Bangalore

33. Volleyball(W)

Punjabi

Madras

Madras
Calcutta

(W)

1974-75

1. Athletics(M)
2. Badminton

Calicut
Punjabi

GND
Kerala

3. Ball Badminton

Not held

4. Basketball

Rajasthan

Madras

5. Boxing
6. Chess

Not held
lIT
Bombay

Jodhpur

Kerala

113

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s.

1974-75

Name of game

No.
7. Cricket
8. Football
9. (a) Gymnastics
(b) Malkhambh
10. Hockey
11. Kabaddi
12. Kho-Kho
13. Shooting
14. Squash Rackets
15. Regatta
16. (a) Swimming
(b) Diving
(c) Water Polo
17. Table Tennis
18. Tennis
19. Volleyball
20. (a) Wt. Lifting
(b) Best Physique
21. Wrestling
22. Athletics(W)
23. Badminton(W)
24. Ball Badminton (W)
25. Basketball(W)
26. Hockey(W)
27. Kabaddi(W)
28. Kho-Kho(W)
29. Shooting(W)
30. Swimming(W)
31. Table Tennis (W)
32. Tennis(W)
33. Volleyball(W)

Winners

Runners-up

Bombay
Burdwan
GND
Vikram
GND
Nagpur
Poona
Not held
Not held
Not held
Calcutta
Delhi
Calcutta
Delhi
Madras
Kerala
Not held
Not held
Delhi
Kerala
Kerala
Bangalore
Bombay
Not held
Bombay
Poona
Not held
Gujarat
Delhi
Madras
Calcutta

Delhi
Calicut
Punjabi
Shivaji
Ravishankar
Nil
Mysore

Delhi
Calcutta
Bombay
Bombay
,
Rajasthan
Jiwaji

HAU
Panjab
Punjabi
Kerala
Delhi
Poona
Indore
Bombay
Bombay
Bangalore
Kerala
1975-76

1. Athletics
2. Athletics (W)
3. Badminton

C.N.D.
Kerala
Kerala

Delhi
Bombay
Punjabi

Runners-up
4.
5.
6.
7,
8.
9.

10.
11.
12.
13.
14,
15.

Badminton (W)
Ball Badminton
B,all Badminton(W)
il J3il&ke~ball
ii) Basketball (W)
B,pxing
<:hess
i) Cricket
Cricket (W)
Ppptb!)1l
Gymnastics
Gynunastics (W)
Hockey
Hockey (W)

Ip Mall<ha.mbh
17. Kabaddi
18. Kabaddi (W)
19. 1Ql()~Kho
70. ~hQ-Kho (W)

21.6!lgpqng
22.
23.
~4.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.

Shooting (W)
Sqash Rackets
Swinm1ing
Swtriuning (W)
Table Tennis
Table Tennis (W)
Tennis
Tennis(W)
Volleyball
31. VpUeyball (W)
32. Water-Polo

Kerala
Andhra
Bangalore
~jasthan
Bombay
Calcutta
Bpmbay
Madras
Madras
Calicut

GND
PunFibi
Panjab

GND
Vilg'jiIl)
Calcutta
Not held
Ppp~
Indore
Shivaji
. ~wukh~trCl
Delhi
~f=~tta

Shivaji
Osmania
Calicut
Madras
Delhi
Punjabi
~l~
Bombay
Poona
Panjab
Vikraw
KurnlEshetrji

GND
Panjab
Poona
Kurukshetra
Mysore
Baroda
'K:uruk~h~tra.

fAAjab
Rajc!s$an
1kl~8AY
GUjarat
Madras
Indore
Madras
~grCls
Mjidras
Kerala

Bombay
Bombay
Bombay
Bangalore
Poona
Kerala
Ca,Ugxt
Bombay &;
Calcutta
33. Wt.Lifting &; Best Physique Rabindra Bharati Punjabi
Delhi
34. Wrestling
Shivaji
35. Diving

Appmdix-H

s.

115

1976-77

Name of game

No.

Winners

1.
2.
3.
4.

Athletics (M)
Athletics (W)
Ball Badminton(M)
Ball Badminton (W)

GND
Kerala
Andhra

5.
6.
7.
8.

Boxing
Chess
Cycling
Cricket (W)

Kurukshetra

9. Gymnastics
i) Men
ii) Women
10. Malkhambh
11. Hockey (W)
12. Kabaddi (W)
13. Kho-Kho (M)
14. Kho-Kho .(W)
15. Shooting (M)
16. Shooting (W)
17. Diving (M)
18. Water-Polo
19. Tennis (W)
20. Squash Rackets
21. Swimming (M)
22. Swimming (W)
23. Wt.Lifting & Best
Physique
24. Wrestling
25. Basketball(W)
26. Kabaddi (M)
27. Table Tennis (M)

Kerala

Madras
Punjabi
Madras

Runners-up
Punjabi
Panjab
Madras
Bangalore
Punjabi
Bombay
Kurukshetra
Rabindra
Bharati

Winners of
3rd place
Bombay
Calicut
Annamalai
Sri Venketswara
GND
I.I.T. Bombay
Bombay
Baroda

GND
GND
Shivaji
GND
Poona
Poona
Not held
GND
Madras
Not held
Not held
Poona
Not held
Not held
Not held

Punjabi
Punjabi
Vooam
Kerala
Bombay
Bangalore

Poona
Calcutta
Mysore

Madras
Kurukshetra

Shivaji
GND

GND

Madras

Shivaji
Bombay
Kuruksetra

HAU
Kerala
Madurai
Kamaraj
Bangalore

Kurushetra

Madras

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Handbook of Rules and Regulations for Inter-University

S.
No.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.

1976-77

Name of game
Winners
Table Tennis (W)
Tennis (M)
Volleyball (W)
Badminton(M)
Badminton(W)
Basketball(M)
Cricket(M)

35. Football
36. Hockey (M)
37. Volleyball (M)

Tournaments

Bombay
Madras
Calicut
Nagpur
Kerala
Bombay
Osmania
Panjab
Punjabi
Kcrala

Runners-up

Winners of
3rd place

Indore
Mysore
Punjabi
Calcutta
Bangalore
Rajasthan
Bombay
Bombay
Bangalore
Kurukshetra
1977-78

1. Athletics (M)
2. Athletics (W)
3. Boxing
4. Chess
5. Cycling
6. Gymnastics(M)
7. Gymnastics (W)
8. Malkhambh
9. Shooting (M)
10. Shooting (W)
11. Diving (M)
12. Water-Polo
13. Swimming (M)
14. Swimming (W)
15. Wt.Lifting & Best
Physique
16. Wrestling
17. Ball Badminton(M)
18. Ball Badminton(W)

Punjabi
Kerala
Punjabi
Madras
Punjabi
GND
GND
Shivaji
Madras
Kurukshetra

GND
Calicut
Kurukshetra
Nagpur
Kurukshetra
Kurukshetra
Kurukshetra
Poona
Kurukshetra
Madras

GND
Bombay
Jabalpur
Vikram
Punjabi
Bhagalpur
Shivaji
Panjab

Bombay
Delhi
Kerala
Madras

Calcutta

Poona

HAD
Andhra
Bangalore

Rajasthan
Bombay
Delhi &
Kerala
Panjab
Annamalai
Mysore

19. Hockey (W)

GND

Punjabi

Jamia Millia
Bangalore
Sri Venkateswara
Kerala

117

Appendix-H

S.
No.

Name

1977-78

of game
Winners

Poona

GND

(M)

Poona

Bangalore

Shivaji

(W)

Jabalpur

Indore

Baroda

(W)

21. Kho-Kho
23. Cricket

Winners of
3rd place

Calcutta

20. Kabaddi
22. Kho-Kho

Runners-up

(W)

24. Squash

Rackets

25. Tennis

(W)

Not held
Madras

Delhi

Osmania

26. Table Tennis(M)

Delhi

Gauhati

Bombay

27. Table Tennis(W)

Gauhati

Nagpur

Shivaji

28. Tennis

Poona

Madras

Delhi

(M)

29. Basketball

(W)

30. Kabaddi

(M)

31. Volleyball

(W)

Bombay

Delhi

GND

Shivaji

Bombay

Kurukshetra

Kerala

Calicut

Delhi

32. Badminton

(M)

Kerala

Delhi

Bangalore

33. Badminton

(W)

Kerala

Bangalore

34. Cricket

(M)

Delhi

Osmania

Calcutta

35. Hockey

(M)

Delhi

Jiwaji

Bangalore

36. Basketball

(M)

37. Football
38. Volleyball

(M)

Rajasthan

Panjab

Calcutta

GND

Calicut

Kerala

Madras

Kurukshetra

1978-79
1. Athletics(M)

Panjab

GND

Kerala

2. Athletics(W)

Kerala

Calicut

Punjabi

3. Boxing

GND

Punjabi

Kurukshetra

4. Chess

Madras

Patna

Nagpur

5. Cycling

Punjabi

Kurukshctra

PAD

6. Gymnastics(M)

GND

MDD

Kurukshetra

7. Gymnastics(W)

GND

Punjabi

Kurukshetra

8. Malkhambh

Poona

Shivaji

Vikram

9. Shooting(M)

Panjab

Gujarat

Delhi

Kurukshetra

Gujarat

Delhi

Delhi

Kanpur

BITS
Pilani

10. Shooting(W)
11. Diving(M)

Appendix-H

S.
No.

1979-80

Name of game
Winners

1. Athletics(M)
2. Athletics(W)
3. Boxing
4. Chess
5. Cycling
6. Gymnastics (M)
7. Gymnal)tics(W)
8. Malkhambh
9. Shooting(M)
10. Shooting(W)
11. Water-Polo
12.Swimming(M)
13. Swimming(W)
14. Wt.Lifting & Best
Physique
15. Wrestling
16. Ball Badminton (M)
17. Ball Badminton (W)
18. Handball(M)
19. Handball(W)
20. Hockey(W)
21. Ka,Qaddi(W)
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

119

Kho-Kho(M)
Kho-Kho(W)
Rowing
Cricket(W)
Squash Rackets
Tennis(W)
Table Tennis (M)
Table Tennis (W)
Tennis(M)
Basketball(W)

Runners-up

GND
Calicut
GND

Punjabi
GND
HAll

Madras
Punjabi
GND
GND
Poona

Kerala
Kerala
GND

Nagpur
PAll
Punjabi
Punjabi
Shivaji
Not held
Not held
Kerala
GND
Bombay
Shivaji

GND
Mysore
Bangalore
Nagpur
Nagpur
GND
Poona
Poona
Poona
Madras
Madras
Delhi
Madras
Bangalore
Delhi
Madras
GND

HAll
Annamalai
Mysore
PAll
Punjabi
Panjab
GND
Bangalore
Indore
Calcutta
GND
Bombay
Delhi
Madras
Bombay
Andhra
Kerala

Bombay

, Winners of
3rd place
Kerala
Kerala
Punjabi &
Panjab
Bombay
Kurukshetra
MDll
Kurukshetra
Nagpur

P~jab
Gujarat
Madras &
Punjabi
Kurukshetra
Andhra
Madras
Bombay
Osmania
Delhi
Shivaji
My50re
Bangalore ,
Jadavpur
Poona
Rajasthan
Bombay
HP
Panjab
Delhi
Panjab

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120

s.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.

1979-80

Name of game

No.

Winners
I<abaddi(M)
Volleyball(W)
Badminton(M)
Badminton(W)
Cricket(M)
Basketball(M)
FooiQall
Volleyball(M)
Hockey(M)

Runners-up

Shivaji
Kerala

GND
Calicut
Delhi
Kerala
Osmania
Panjab
Calicut
Panjab

Kerala
Calicut
Delhi
Madras
Aligarh
Kerala
Panjab &
Punjabi

Winners of
3rd place
Meerut
GND
Kamatak
Delhi
"Bangalore
Calcutta
Calicut

1980-81
1. Athletics(M)
2. Athletics(W)
3. Boxing

GND
Kerala
Kurukshetra

4. Chess
5. Cycling(M)
6. Cycling(W)

Nagpur
Punjabi
GND

7. Gymnastics(M)
8. Gymnastics(W)
9. Malkhambh

GND
GND
Poona

10. Shooting(M)
11.Shooting(W)
12. Water-Polo
13. Swimming(M)
14. Swimming(W)
15. Wt.Lifting & Best
Physique
16. WrestUng
17. Ball Badminton (M)

Calcutta
Kerala
Kerala

HAU
Bangalore

Delhi
Calicut
HAU&
GND"
Madras
Panjab
Punjabi &
Bombay
Punjabi
Kurukshetra
Shivaji
Not held
Not held
Bombay
GND
Delhi
Not held
MDU&
Delhi
Calicut

Panjab
Bangalore
Bombay
Kurukshetra
Vikram
Burdwan
Marathwada
Agril.

GND

Kurukshetra
Madras

Apptndix-H

s.

121

1980-81

Name of game

No.

Winners

Runners-up

Winners of
3rd place

18. Ball Badminton


(W)

Bangalore

Mysore

Madras

19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

PAD
Nagpur

Osmania

Panjab
Panjab

Handball(M)
Handball(W)
Hockey(W}
Kabaddi(W)
Kho-Kho(M)
Kho-Kho(W)
Rowing

Poona

26. Cricket(W)
27. Squash Rackets
28. Tennis(W)

Anna
Madras
Indore
Delhi
Bangalore

29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.

Bombay
Gauhati
Madras
Calicqt
Kurukshetra
GND
Kerala
Calicut
Delhi
Madras

:table Tennis (M)


Table Tennis (W)
Tennis(M)
Basketbal1(W)
KabaddHM)
Volleyball(W)
Badminton(M)
Badminton(W)
Crlcket(M)
Basketball(M)

39. Football
40. VolleybaU(M)
41. Hoclcey(M)

GND
Calicut
GND

Punjabi
Not held
Bombay
Not held
Not held
Calcutta
Ranchi
Bombay
Madras
Kerala
Bombay
Delhi
Punjabi
Nagp\U
Kerala
Poona
GND
Bombay
Bombay

GND

Jadavpur
Poona
Rajasthan
Mysore
Cauhatf
Madras
PAD

GND
Poona
Calicut
Gorakhpur
Marathwada
Madras

Calicut
Punjabi

Poona
Panjab
Kerala

PAD

Jiwaji

1981-82
1. Ath1etics(M)
2. Athletics(W)
3. Boxing

GND
Kerala
Panjab

4. Chess

. s. C~ling(M)

Punjabi

Kerala
GND
Bombay
Not held
Panjab

Calicut
Calicut
GND

Handbook of Rules and Regulations fur Inter-University

122

S.
No.

1981-82

Name of game
Winners

6. Cycli.ng(W)
7. Gymnastics

(M)

8. Gymnastics (W)
9. Malkhambh
10 Shooting(M)
11. Shooting(W)
12. Diving(M)
13. Water-Polo
14. Swimming(M)
15. Swimming(W)
16. Wt.Lifting & Best
Physique
17. Wrestling
18. Ball Badminton (M)
19. Ball Badminton (W)
20~ Handball(M)
...
21. Handball(W)
22. Hockey(W)
23. Kaba.ddi(W)
24. Kho,.,.Kho(M)
25. Kho-Kho(W)
26. Rowing
27. Cricket(W)
28. 'Squash Rackets
~:~-

Tuu11lllments

Punjabi
Panjab
GND
Poona
Panjab
Indore
Bombay
Kerala
Kerala
GND
H.Agril
Bangalore
Nagpur
Nagpur
Panjab
Bombay
Poona
Indore
Calcutta
Indore
Bombay

29. Tennis(W)
30. Table Tennis (M)
31. Table Tennis (W)
32. Tennis(M)

Kerala
Shivaji
Anna

33. Basketball(W)
34. Kabaddi(M)
35. Volleyball(W)

GND
Madras
Calicut

Runners-up

GND
Kurukshetra
Shivaji
Not held
Kurushetra
Bombay
Kerala
Bombay
Bomaby
Panjab
MD
Not held
Mysore
P.Agril.
I'.AgIil.
GND
Poona
Bangalore
Poona
Madras
GND
Delhi
Not held
Bombay
Baroda
Madras
Calieut
Mangalore
Kerala

Winners of
3rd place
South
Gujarat
Poona
Bhagalpur
Punjabi
Vikram
Poona
Poona
Poona
Andhra
GND
Calicut
Panjab
Punjabi
Lucknow
Calcutta

PAUT
Osmania
Banaras
Delhi
Kerala
Delhi
Punjabi
M.D.
GND

123

Appendix-H

s.

36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.

1981-82

Name of game

No.

Winners
Badminton(M)
Badminton(W)
Cricket(M)
Basketball(M)
Football
VolleybaIl(M)
Hockey(M)

Panjab
Calicut
Delhi
Madras
Kerala
Kerala
Meerut

Runners-up
Kerala
Kerala
GND
GND
Calicut
Allahabad
Lucknow

Winners of
3rd place
Delhi
GND
Madras
Bombay
GND
Calicut
Jabalpur

1982-83
1. Athletics(M)
2. Athletics(W)
3. Boxing

4. Chess
5. Cycling
6. Gymnastics (M)
7. Gymnastics (W)
8. Malkhambh
9. S~ooting(M)
10.Shodnng(W)
11. Diving{M)
12. Water-Polo
13. Swimming(M)
14.Swimining(W)
15. Wt.Lifting &
Best Physique
16. Wrestling

Kerala
Kerala
M.D.
H.A.
GND
Ut. winners)

GND
Calicut
Panjab
Punjabi
H.P.
Ut. Runnersup)

Calicut
GND
Kurushetra
Osmania

Madras

Patna
Not held
Panjab
Kurukshetra
Shivaji
.'-Jot held

Nagpur

GND
GND
Poona

ut. 3rd
position
holders)

Rohilkhand
Punjabi
Nagpur

Bombay
Kerala
Kerala
GND

Not held
Delhi
Punjabi
Bombay
Madras
Andhra

Poona
GND
GND
Delhi

M.D.

H.Agril

Kurukshetra

Vikram

Rajasthan

llllndboo/c of Rilles IInd Rtgllllltions for Inter-University

124

s.

1982-83

N ilDle of gilDle

No.

TOlll'rItUiJmts

Winners

Runners-up

Winners of
3rd place

17. Ball Badminton


(M)

Madras

Kerala

18. BalL Badminton


(W)
19. Handball(M)
20. Handball(W)
21. Hockey(W)
22. Kabaddi(W)
23. Kho-Kho(M)
24. Kho-Kho(W)
25. Rowing

Mysore

Calicut

Osmania
Nagpur
GND
GND
Poona
Poona
Calcutta

Kurukshctra
Panjab
Kerala
Bombay
Bombay
Indore
Madras

26. Cricket(W)
27. Squash Rackets
28. Tennis(W)

Ranchi
Delhi
Madras

29. Table Tennis


(M)

Kerala

Poona
B.I.T.S.
Bharathidasan
Gauhati

30. Table Tennis

Shivaji

Kerala

Delhi

31. Tennis(M)

Allahabad

Bharathiar

32. Basketball(W)
33. Kabaddi(M)

Kerala
GND

Calicut

34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.

GND
Panjab
Calicut

I.LT.
Delhi
GND
Nagpur
Calicut
Kerala

Bharathidasan
Bangalore
Nagpur
Punjabi
. Calicut
Shivaji
Mysore
Mysore
Annamalai
Indore
Banaras
}abalpur
H.P.

(W)

Volleyball(W)
Badminton(M)
Badminton(W)
Cricket(M)
Basketball(M)
Football
Volleyball(M)
Hockey (M)

Delhi
Banaras
Ranchi
Kerala
Ranchi

Burdwan
Kerala
Delhi
Punjabi
Poona
Madras
Burdwan
Panjab
GND

GND
Patna
Delhi
Calicut
Andhra
Bangalore

S.

Name of
game

No.

RunnelS-

up

Winnel$of

'---------3rd place

4th place

A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS


1. Athletics (M)
2. Athletics (W)

GND
Gandhiji

Punjabi
Calitut

I<erala
Mangalore

3. Boxing

G.N.D,Poona

4.Ot~
5. Cycling (M)

Patna

Osmania

K~
&: Kumaun (Jt. Wmners)
Delhi ~
Bangalore

Punjabi

Kurukshetra

Punjab
Agril.

Not held
Punjabi

Panjab

M.D.

Punf-ibi

JiWa~

6. Cycling (W)
7. Gymnastics

Calicut
KeraIa

(M)

8. Gymnastics
(W)

Poona

Shi;yaji

9. Malkhambh
to. Shooting(M)
11. Shooting (W)

Not held
KurukshetraPanjab

12. Water-Polo
13. Swimming

Bombay
Kerala

Poona
Delhi

Calicut

15. Wt.Lifting &:


Best Physique

Nagpur
GND

Delhi

Gujarat

Panjab

Punjabi

Calcutta

Kerala

Calcutta

GN.D.

GND

Delhi

Shivaji

Calcutta

16. Wrestling

M.D.

GND

KurukShetra

Shivaji

17. Ball Badminton (M)

Kerala

-Madras

18. Ball Badmin-

Bangalore

Mysore

Bharathidasan
Madras

Sri Venkateswara
Mangalore

(M)

14. Swimming
(W)

ton

(W)

S.
No.

Name of
game

Rl11\l\eIS-

up

21. Hockey(W)
22. Kabaddi(W)

G.N.D.
Bombay

23. I<ho-Kho(M)

Mysore

Winners of

,)

3rd place

Punjab
Agril.
Punjabi

Nagpur

PUnjabi

Ranchi

Poona
Poona
Bombay

Calcutta
Bangalore

4th place
Punjabi
Kurukshetra

24. Kho-Kho(W)

Poona

25. Rowing

Calcutta
&Madras
(Jt. Winners)

Poona

26. Cricket(W)
27. Squash
Rackets

GN D
Delhi

Osmania
B.LT.S.
Pilani

Poona
Banaras

28. Tennis(W)

Madras

Delhi

Punjabi

lndore

Poona
Amravati
Bombay
Nagpur

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Table 'l'annis

Jadavpur

Pooria

BoMbay

Shivaji

(M)

2. Table Tennis

(W)
3. 'fetiNS (M)
Allahabad
4. Basketball (W). Kerala

Madras

Bharathiar

Delhi

GND

PUnjabi

Calicut

5~ Kabaddi

G N D

Shivaji

Burdwan

Andhra

6. Volleyball (W) Madras

Calicut

GN D

(M~
C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS
1. Badinmton"

Palijab

cCalicut

Delhi

Panjab

(M)

2. Badminton
(W) ~
3. Crickef(M)

Poona

S.

Name of

No.

gamt'

W~

Runners-

up
4. Basketball (M) D.A.
(Indore)

Madurai
"I<amaraj

5. Football
Calicut'Kerala
6. Volleyball (M) Kurukshetra Andhra
7. Hockey (M)

G.N.D.

Ranchi

ti'

Winners of

--------3rdplace
G.N.D.
'Ranchi
Ker'ala
Aligarh

4th p!ace ,.
M.LS.
(Udaipur)
Panjab
Bombay

1984-85
A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Athletics (M)

Allahabad

Kurukshetra

Calicut

2. Athletics(W)
3. Boxing

Calicut

Bangalore

Madras
Gandhiji
i~' -,:-1,\' ;.,,;,(,.~'t
MDU
Patna
Manipbr

HAU
Bangalore.

Poana

Ranthi .

4. Chess
5. Cycling(M)

Punjabi

6. Cycling(W)

Punjabi

7. Gymnastics
(M)

GND

Burdwan

Punjabi

Panjab

. 8. Gymnastics
(W)

GND

Kurukshetra

Panjab

Punjabi

Poona

Shivaji

Sri Venkateswara

10. Shooting (M)


11. Shooting (W)

Banaras
Kurukshetra

Shivaji
GND

Nagpur
Delhi

12. Water-Polo
13. Swimming

Poona
Kerala

Bombay
Delhi

Panjao

14. Swimming
(W)

Kerala

Madras

15. Wt. Lifting

GND

Rajasthan

16. Best Physique

Gandhiji

GND

9. Malkhambh

Madras
Kurukshetra
Kurukshetra

(M)

Osmania

Panjab

J-- ..

Punjabi

Delhi

Htm4booIc of Rults aM Regulations for Inter-University

128

S.
No.

Name of
game

TOU77Ulments

19~5
Winners

Runnersup

3rd place

4th place

17. Wrestling

MDU

Kurukshetra

HAU

18. 'Ban Badmin-

Bharathidasan
Panjab

Madras

Kerala

Andhra

PAU

Punjabi

Kurukshetra

Panjab

PAU

Punjabi

Bangalore

Mysore

Madras

Osmania
Kerala

GND

Ranchi

Punjabi

Mysore

GND
Poona
Poona

Shivaji
DA Indore
Bombay

Punjabi
Bombay
Bangalore

Nagpur
Mysore

Rc?wing
27. Cricket(W)

Madras
GND

Anna
Osmania

Ranchi

Nagpur

28. Squash

Delhi

BITS

HAU

GB Pant

ton (M)
19. Handball(M)

20. Handball(W)
21. Ball Badmin-

Winners of

ton (W)
22. Hockey (W).
Kabaddi(W)
Kho-Kho(W)

23.
24.
25.
26.

Kho-Kho(M)

Rackets

29. Tennis(W)

Poona

Kerala

Madras

Banaras

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Table Tennis
(M)

GUjarat

Jadavpur

Allahabad

Poona

2. Table Tennis

Shivaji

Delhi

Patna

Poona

Allahabad

Mysore
Calicut

Calicut

Delhi

Bombay

Rajasthan

Gandhiji

Calicut

(W)

3. Tennis (M)
4. Basketball(W)

GND

5. Kabaddi (M)

Not held

6. Volleyball (M) GND

Calcutta

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Badminton(M)

Poona

Calicut

Gauhati

Allahabad

2. Badminton(W)

Delhi

Calicut

3. Cricket (M)

Bombay

Gauhati
Delhi

Allahabad
Calcutta

Panjab

IIppcrulix-lJ

S.
No.

129

Name of
game

4. Baskctball(M)

1984-85

Winnel5

DA Indore

RunnflSup
Bharathidasan
I<erala

Whmers of

'.

3rd place
GND

..

..,4th place

ML
Sukhadia

5. Football
6. Vollcyball(M)

Burdwan

Gandhiji

Calcutta
Allahabad

GND

Kurukshetra

7. Hockey(M)

GND

Bangalore

Punjabi

Amravati

Ranchi

1985-86

A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS


1. Athletics(M)

Punjabi

GND

Gandhiji
Punjabi

GND
Osmania

2. Athletics(W)

Kerala
Calicut

3. Boxing

GND

4. CycJing(M)
5. Cycling(W)

Punjabi
Panja\>
Manipur&t
Rajasthan
(Joint Winners)
Punjabi
GND

Panjab

7. Gymnastics
(W)

GND

Panjab

Punjabi

8. Malkhambh

Poona

Shivaji

Vikram

Banasthali

Not held
GND

6. Gymnastics
(M)

9. Rowing
10. Shooting (M)
11. Shooting (W)
12. Swimming(M)
13. Swimming(W)
14. Water-Polo
15. Wrestling
16. Wt. Lifting &
Best Physique

Panjab

Not held
Kurukshetra

Delhi

Delhi
Bombay

Gandhiji
Kerala

Kerala
Poona

Calcutta
Delhi

Poona
HAU

Calcutta

Kerala

Punjabi

GND
Rajasthan

PUnjabi

Panjab

GND

S.
No.

Name of
~cune'

Runnersup

17. Ball Badminton (M)


18. Ball.:Badminton (W)

Winners of
4th place

3rd place

Bharathidasan
Bangalore

Andhra

Kerala

Mysore

Madras

19. Cricket (W)

GND

Kanpur

Delhi

Bombay

20. Squash

Delhi

BFl'S,
Pilani

IITDelhi

HAU

'foona.

Kerala

Panjab

Bangalore
Delhi

Bombay

Punjabi
Bangalore

Rackets
21. Tennis (W)

1. Basketball(W)
2. Chess
3. Handball(M)
4. Handball(W)
5. Hockey (W)
6. Kabaddi(W)
7. Kho-Kho(M)
8. Kho-Kho(W)

9. Tennis(M)
10. Volleybal1(W)

;.'

GND
Madras
Osmania

Kerala

Panjab

Bangalore

Gandhiji
Bombay

GND

Nagpur
Panjab

GND
Delhi

Shivaji
Bangalore

Poona
Calcutta & Poona
Winners)
Bharathiar Kerala

at.

Gandhiji

Caticut

Manipur
Panjab

Jammu
Mysore
Calcutta

Nagpur

GND

Delhi

Panjab
Calcutta

GND

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Bac;b:ninton(M) Ca1!cut
2. Badminton(W)

GND

Panjab
Delhi

3. Basketball(M)

Aligarh
Bombay

Delhi

Gandhiji

Madras
' Calicut

Gandhiji

Delhi

Aligarb
Burdw-an

HAU

4. Cricket(M)

Kerala
Madras

5. footbal1(M)

Panjab

,Aligarh

Calicut

6. Hockey (M)

Bangalore

Poona

Bharathidasan

GND

7. Kabaddi (M)

GND

Punjabi

Burdwan

Kakatiya

Appendix~

S.
No.

131

Name of
game

1985-86
Winners

..Runners..,.
up

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

8. Table Tennis
(M)

Gujarat

Poona

Delhi

Aligarh

9. Table Tennis
(W)

Poona

Madras

Delhi

Jadavpur

10. Volleyball(M)

Calicut

Panjab

Kerala

Poona

1986-87
Pi. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Athletics(M)
2. Athletics (W)

Punjabi
Calicut

GND
GND

Allahabad
Gandhiji

Madras
Kerala

3. Boxing

Panjab

Punjabi

4. CylciIlg (M)

Punjabi

Kurukshetra

HP&
Poona
Panjab

Rajasthan

5. Cycling (W)

Punjabi

6. Gymnastics

GND

Thapar
Instt of
Engg. &
Tech.
Vikram

Delhi

(M)

7. Gymnastics
(W)
8. Malkhambh

Not held
Poona

Bhagalpur

Shivaji

9. Rowing
10. Cross Country Races (M)

Calcutta
Punjabi

Jeidavpur

Osmania

GND

Shivaji

11. Cross Country Races(W)


12. Swimming(M)

GND

KeraIa

Nagpur

Delhi
Bombay

Gandhiji
Delhi

Poona
calcutta

Poona

eaIcutta

Kerala

13. SWimming
(W)
14. Water Polo

Lucknow

Punjabi

S.
No.

Name of
game

1986-81
Winners

15. Diving (M):


(i) High Board Lucknow
(ii) Spring
Kanpur
Board

Runnersup

Delhi
Mysore

16. Diving (W):


(OHigh Board DA Indore Lucknow

(ii)Spring
Board
17. Wrestling
18. Wt. Lifting &
Best Physique
19. Ball Badminton (M)
20. Ball Badmmton (W)
21. Cricket (W)
22. Squash
Rackets
23. Tennis (W)

DA Indore Lucknow
HAU
GND

Winneri of
3rC1place

4th place

Poona
DA Indore

Calcutta
Calcutta

Shivaji
Punjabi

Madras
Keralci
Madras
Delhi

Ranchi
Bombay

Poona
Banaras

Poona

Madras

Kerala

Osmania
Poona

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Basketball(W)
2. Chess
3. Handball(M)
4. Handball(W)
5. Hockey (W)
6. Kabaddi (W)
7. Kho-Kho (M)
8. Kho-Kho (W)
9. Tennis (M)
10. Volleyball(W)

Bombay
Bangalore
Panjab
Calicut
GND
GND
Poona
Poona
Bharathiar
Gandhiji

GND
HSGour
Delhi
Panjab
Gandhiji
Punjabi
Nagpur
DA Indore
Madras
GND

Delhi
Madras
Kerala
Ranchi

Madras
Delhi
Andhra
Nagpur

Delhi
GND
Aligarh
Calicut

Punjabi
Calcutta

Appmdix-J-t

S.
No.

133

1986-87

Name of
game

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Badminton

Poona

Nagpur

Calicut

2. Badminton
(W)

Poona

Bombay

Delhi

3. Basketball(M)
4. Cricket (M)

Bombay

Bharathiar
Panjab

GND
Calcutta

5. Football
6. Hockey (M)

Kerala
Bangalorc
Burdwan
Panjab

Calicut
Punjabi

Ranchi

7. Kabaddi(M)

GND

Burdwan

Mangalore

Madurai

Gandhiji

Ranchi

(M)

8. Table Tennis
(M)
9. Table Tennis

Madras
GND
Bangalore
Not held

Not held

Allahabad

Kerala

(W)

10. Volleyball(M)

1987-88
A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Athletics(M)

Punjabi

Panjab

GND

Allahabad

2. Athletics (W)

Calicut

Nagpur

M Gandhi

3. Ball Badminton (M)

Madras

Mysore

Kerala

GND
Nagarjuna

4. Ball Badminton (W)

Kerala

Bangalore

Nagarjuna

Madras

5. Boxing

MDU

Poona

6. Cricket (W)

GND

Delhi &:
HAU
Ranchi

7. Cross Country Races (M)

GND

Panjab

Delhi

Shivaji

8. Cross Country Races (W)


9. Cycling (M)

Nagpur

Delhi

.GND

Amravati

Not held

Delhi

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10. Cycling (W)


11. Gymnastics

Runnersup

Winriers of
3rd place

4th place

Not held
Jiwaji

MDU

Vikram

12. Gymnastics
(W)

Delhi

Panjab

Jiwaji

13. Judo(M)

Delhi

14. Judo (W)

Deihi

15. Malkhambh

Poona

16. Rowing
17. Sq~ash
Rackets

Calcutta
Delhi

Bombay & Amravati


GND (Jt)
GND
Panjab
Bombay
Shivaji &
Bhagalpur
Madras
Poona
Allahabad

18. i) Swimming
(M)

Delhi

Poona

(M)

Osmania
Amravati

Banaras

ii)Diving (M):
a. High Board Kanpur
b. Spring
Board
19. i) Swimming
(W)

Madras

Bhopal

Poona

Kerala

ii)Diving (W):
a. High Board DA Indore
b. Spring
Board
20. Tennis (W)
21. Water Polo

. Poona
Calcutta
GND
22. Wt. Lifting &
Best Physique
HAU
23. Wrestling

Calcutta

Madras

Kerala

Madras
Bombay
Delhi

Foona
Punjabi
Meerut

Punjabi

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Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Basketball

(W)

GND

2. Chess
Delhi
3. Handball (M) Nagpur
4. Handball (W) Calicut
5. Hockey
6. Kabaddi

(W)
(W)

7. Kho-Kho(M)
8. Kho-Kho (W)
9. Tennis (M)
10. Volleyball

(W)

M Gandhi
Bombay
Poona
GND
Poona
M Gandhi

Calicut

Bangalore

Delhi

Bangalore

Madras
Andhra

Allahabad

Panjab

Punjab
Agril.

GND
Delhi

Mysore
Calcutta

Bombay

Punjabi

Delhi
Delhi

GND

Panjab
Kerala
Panjab
Poona
Delhi

HAU

Punjabi
Aligarh
Calicut

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Badminton
(M)

Osmania

Calicut

GND

2. Badminton

M Gandhi

Madras

Delhi

3. Basketball (M) Delhi

Kerala

Annamalai

Jamia
Millia

4. Cricket(M)

Delhi

Bangalore

Baroda

Poona

5. Football
6. Hockey (M)
7. Kabaddi (M)

Aligarh
Panjab

M Gandhi

Calicut
Bangalore

Jabalpur
Sambalpur

GND

M Gandhi

8. Table Tennis
(M)

Anna

GND
Marathwada
Delhi

9. Table Tennis

Bombay

Nagpur

Calicut

Calicut

Madurai
Kamaraj

Allahabad

(W)

Shivaji

Bombay

(W)

10. Volleyball(M)

Aligarh

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1988-89
Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS


1. Athletics(M)

Panjab

Calicut

2. Athletics(W)

Calicut

M Gandhi

3. Ball Badminton (M)


4. Ball Badminton (W)

Madras

Mysore

Nagarjuna

Kerala

Bharathidasan
M Gandhi

Madras

Calicut

5. Boxing

Osmania

Poona

HAU&
Delhi (It)

6. Cricket (W)

Poona

Delhi

Osmania

7. Cross Country Races (M)

Delhi

Panjab

Mangalore

Panjab
M Gandhi

8. Cross CounDelhi
try Races (W)

Kerala

Calicut

Punjabi

9. Cycling (M)

Punjabi

Delhi

10. Cycling (W)

Kerala

Punjabi

Panjab
Delhi

11. Gymnastics
(M)

Jiwaji

GND

Delhi

12. Gymnastics

Annnamalai
Kerala

Not held

(W)

13. Judo (M)

Delhi

14. Judo (W)

GND

MDU&
Poona (Jt)
Delhi

Panjab
Shivaji

15. Malkhambh
16. Rowing(M)

Poona
Madras

Bombay
Osmania

17. Rowing(W)

Madras
Delhi

Poona
Bombay

Poona

Kerala

Delhi

Gujarat

18. Squash
Rackets
19. Swimming
(M)

Poona
Calcutta

Calcutta
Jadavpur
Rajasthan

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game

1988-89

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

20. Swimming
(W)

Bombay

Kerala

Poona

21. Tennis (W)

Bombay
Poona
GND

Poona
Calcutta

Madras

Kerala

Pa.njab &
Punjabi
Kurukshetra

Bharathidasan
GND

Meerut

22. Water Polo


23. Wt. Lifting &
Best Physique
24. Wrestling

HAU

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


. 1. Basketball (W) Mysore
2. Chess
Madras
3. Handball (M) Nagpur
4. Handball (W) Nagpur
5. Hockey (W)
GND
6. Kabaddi (W)
7. Kho-Kho(M)

Poona

8. Kho-Kho (W)

Poona

9. Tennis (M)
10. Volleyball(W)

GND

Kerala

GND

Panjab

Bombay

Delhi
Andhra

Patna

Punjabi

Delhi

Kerala
Bombay

Panjab
Poona

Punjabi
Kerala
M Gandhi
Punjabi

HAU

Delhi
Punjabi
Panjab

GND

Madras

Shivaji
Bangalore
Anna

M Gandhi

Delhi

Calicut

GND

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Badminton
(M)

Calicut

Osmania

Delhi

Utkal

2. Badminton
(W)

Calicut

Madras

Bombay

Nagpur

3. Basketball (M) Ajrner


4. Cricket(M)
GND

Delhi
Delhi

Madras
Bombav

Bombay
Rajasthan

5. Football
6. Hockey (M)
'7 Kabaddi (M)

Goa
HS Gour

Panjab
Bangalore

Burdwan
PAU

Patna

Kurukshetra

Burdwan

Madras

Jiwaji
Kerala

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8ame

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Winners

Winners of

Runnersup

3rd place

4th place

8. Table Tennis
(M)

Delhi

Calicut

Bombay

DA Indore

9. Table Tennis
(W)

Delhi

Madras

Bombay

Shivaji

10. Volleyball(M)

Delhi

Calicut

Allahabad

M Gandhi

1989-90

A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS


1. Ball Badrninton (M)
2. Ball Badrnin,.
ton (W)

Mysore

Madras

1<erala

Bharathidasan

Bangalore

M Gandhi

Kerala

Calicut

3. Chess
4. Cricket (W)

Nagarjuna
Delhi

Madras

Delhi

Delhi

6. _Football (W)
7. GymnaStics-lt
Malkhambh

GND

M Gandhi

GND
Kurukshetra
Panjab

Nagpur

5. Cycling

Nagpur
Poona
Punjabi

8. Handball (M)

Punjabi

Nagpur
Kerala

PAU
Delhi

Delhi

Madras

Not held

9. Handball (W) Nagpur

Kurukshetra

10. Judo (M)

Kurukshetra

Bombay

Delhi

11.Jpdo(W)
12. Kabaddi (W)

GND
Poona

Panjab
Bombay

Delhi

13. Kho-Kho (W)

Calcutta

Bombay

14. Korfball

MDU

Poona
Kurukshetra

M Gandhi
Delhi

Agra

Delhi

15. _-Rowing (M)

Calcutta
Calcutta

Madras

poona.

Jadavpur
ItrDelhi

Poona

16. Rowing (W)


17.Squash
Rackets

Delhi

GND

Madras
Banaras

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Name of
game

1989-90

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

18. Swimming
(M)

Delhi

Kerala

Poona

19. Swimming
(W)

Bangalore

Bombay

Kerala

Bombay
Delhi

Calcutta

Shivaji

GND

20. Water Polo(M) Poona


21. Wt. Lifting
GND
22. Wrestling
HAU

4th place

MDU

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Boxing

Delhi

"Kurukshetra

2. Cross Country Races (M)

GND

Panjab

Osmania
&Poona
Delhi

Kerala

3. Cross CounMDU
try Races (W)

Kerala

Delhi

Punjabi

4.
5.
6.
7.

GND
Poona
Madras
Anna

M Gandhi
Bombay
Osmania
Madras

Lucknow
Shivaji
Delhi
Osmania

Delhi
GND
Aligarh

M Gandhi

Poona

Delhi

GND

Hockey (W)
Kho-Kho(M)
Tennis (M)
Tennis (W)

8. Volleyball(W)

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Athletics (M)

GND
Calicut

Panjab
M Gandhi

Annamalai

Meerut

Panjab

MDU

3. Badminton
(M)

Delhi

M Gandhi

Panjab

Jammu

4. Badminton
(W)

Madras

M Gandhi

Nagpur

5. Basketball (W) Panjab

GND

Ravishankar

6. Cricket(M)

Delhi

GND

7. Kabaddi (M)

Kerala

Bharathidasan

lamia
Millia
Amravati

2. Athletics (W)

lamia
Millia
Panjab
Madras

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1989-90

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

D. GAMES ON EIGHT-ZONE BASIS


1. Basketball(M)

Delhi

GND
Panjab

Poona
Calcutta

3. Hockey(M)
4. Table Tennis
(M)

Madras

M Kamaraj- Osmania

Mangalorc

Delhi

Calicut

Madras

Bombay

5. Table Tennis
(W)

Bharathidasan

Delhi

DA Indore

Manipur

6; Volleyball(M)

Calicut

M Gandhi

Kerala

Nagarjuna

2. Football(M)

Calicut

Utkal
RDU

1990-91

A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS


1. Ball Badrninton (M)

BharathidaSan

Kerala

2. Ball Badminton (W)

M Gandhi

Calicut

3. Boxing

MDU

Osmania

4. Chess

Patna

5. Cricket (W)

Sri Venkateswara
Kerala

Pondicherry

Delhi

Bangalore

Kurukshetra
Delhi

Poona

Delhi

GND

Gujarat

6. Cycling

Punjabi

PAU

Panjab

7. Football (W)

Manipur

GND

8. Gymnastics
(M)

Jiwaji

Goa
Panjab

GND

Panjab
Bombay

9. Gymnastics
(W)

Jiwaji

GND

Delhi

to. Hockey (W)

Panjab

Kurukshetra
Mysore

M Gandhi

Delhi

11. Judo (M)

MDU

Bombay & KurukDelhi


shetra

Panjab

12. Judo (W)

Delhi

Bombay

Kurukshetra

13. Korfball

GND
Not held

Bangalore

Osmania

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14. Rowing (M)


15. Rowing (W)
16. Squash
Rackets
17. i) Wt. Lifting
ii) Best
Physique
18. Wrestling

1990-91
Winners

Madras
Madras

Runnersup
Calcutta

Winners of
3rd place

Bombay

Poona
Poona

Poona
Calcutta
Delhi

GND
Poona

Mangalore
Karnatak

Punjabi
Delhi

Meerut

Shivaji

Banaras

4th place
Dr. MGR
Osmania
lIT Delhi

Delhi

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


GND

Calicut

PAU
Nagpur
Kerala

Nagpur
Punjabi
Cancut

5. SwiInming
(W)

Kerala

Bangalore

Poona &
Delhi

M Gandhi

6. Tennis (W)

Mysore

Osmania

Madras

Anna

7. Water Polo

Poona

Kerala

Calcutta

1.
2.
3.
4.

Basketball (W)
Handba11 (M)
Handball(W)
5wiInming

Madras
GND
Calicut
Bombay

M Gandhi
Andhra
Parijab
M Gandhi

(M)

C. GAMES ON FOURZONE BASIS


1. Athletics (M)

Delhi

2. Athletics (W)

MGU

Kerala
Calicut

Calicut

3. Badminton
(M)

Meerut

Calicut

Bombay
Delhi

4. Badminton

MGU

Nagarjuna

Osmania

5. Cricket(M)

lamia
Millia

Poona

Delhi

GND

6. Cross Country Races (M)

Calicut

Panjab

Rohilkhand

Delhi

Calicut

Kerala

GND

Sardar
Patel

(W)

7. Cross CounMGU
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1990-91

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

8. Hockey (M)

Jiwaji

Bangalore

Jamia
Millia

Banaras

9. Kabaddi (M)

MD
Bombay

Bombay
Poona

Calcutta
Delhi

Nagpur
RDU

Bombay

Gujarat

Mangalore

Madras

10. Kabaddi (W)

GND

11. Kho-Kho(M)
12. Kho-Kho (W)

Poona

Nagpur
Bombay

Poona
Calicut

Bombay
Calcutta

Madras

Bombay

DA Indore

Delhi

Mysore

Bharathiar
Osmania

Poona

13. Table Tennis


(M)
14. Table Tennis

(W)
15. Tennis (M)

Madras
16. Volleyball (W) Poona

MGU

Nagpur

D. GAMES ON EIGHT-ZONE BASIS


1. Basketball(M)
2. Football(M)

Bombay

3..Volleyball (M) Osmania

Bangalore GND
Positions undetermined

Delhi
--

MGU

Panjab

Calicut

1991-92

A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS


1. Ball Badminton (M)

Madras

2. Ball Badminton (W)

Kerala

3. Boxing

Osmania

4. Chess
5. Cricket

Madras

Bharathidasan
Calicut
MD

Kurukshetra
& Delhi

Bihar

Delhi

Poona

Nagarjuna
Delhi

GND

Gujarat

Kerala

GND

Calicut

7. Cross CounShivaji
.try Races (W)

Delhi

MGU

(W)

6: CrossCountry Races (M)

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game

1991-92

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place
Bombay

8. Cycling(M)

Panjab

Kerala

9. Cycling (W)

Manipur

MGU

Kurukshetra
Calicut

10. Gymnastics
(M)

Panjab

GND

Jiwaji

11. Gymnastics
(W)

Panjab

Jiwaji

GND

12. Hockey (W)

Mysore

Panjab

MGU

Delhi

13. Judo (M)

Delhi
GND

Poona
Delhi

GND

MDU

14. Judo (W)

Punjabi

Panjab

15. Korfball

Agra

Delhi

Kurukshetra

16. Rowing (M)

Calcutta

Madras

17. Rowing (W)

Calcutta

Madras

Jadavpur
Osrnania

18. Squash
Rackets
19. Swimming
(M)

Delhi

Banaras

Poona

Jadavpur
& Poona
Osamania

Kerala

Calicut

Poona

Karnatak

20. Swimming
(W)

Kerala

MGU

Poona

Gauhati

21. Tennis (W)

Bombay

Madras

Delhi

Osmania

22. Water POlo

Calcutta

Kerala

Poona

Delhi

23. Wt.Lifting

GND
MDU

Mangalore

Madras
Delhi

Panjab

24. Wrestling
25. Yoga (M)

HAU

Panjab

PondicherrY

MDU

26. Yoga (W)

Bhavnagar

Panjab

HAU

Delhi

HAU

Kerala

Osmania

Shivaji

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Football (W)

GND

Goa

Panjab

Delhi

2. Handball (M)

Andhra
Kerala

PAU

Nagpur

Nagpur

Punjabi

Jammu
Panjab

3. Handball(W)

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game

Winners

4. Kabaddi (W)

Runnersup
Positions undetermined

--

5. Kho-Kho (M)
6. Kho-Kho(W)

Poona
Poona

Bombay
Bombay

Bangalore
DA Indore

Mysore
Delhi

7. Tennis (M)

Delhi

Poona

Osmania

Panjab

8. Volleyball (W) --

Positions undetermined

--

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


1. Athletics (M)
2. Athletics (W)

Delhi
MGU

MGU
Calicut

3. Badminton

Sardar
Patel

(M)
4. Badminton

MGU

MDU
Kerala
Shivaji
Bombay

Nagpur

Bombay

Barkatullah Allahabad

5. Basketball (W) Kerala

GND

Poona

Barkatullah

6. Cricket (M)
7. Hockey (M)

S.Gujarat
Meerut

GND
GND

Gujarat
PAU

Delhi
Delhi

8. Kabaddi (M)

Kerala

Madras

MDU

9. Table Tennis

Delhi

Bharathidasan
Calcutta

N.Bengal

Poona

Madras

Bombay

Nagpur

Vikram

(W)

(M)
10. Table Tennis
(W)

D. GAMES ON EIGHT-ZONE BASIS


1. BasketbaU(M)

Panjab

Delhi

M.Sundaranar

Utkal

2. FootbaU(M)

Calicut

Burdwan

Goa

Aligarh

1~92-93
A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Ball Badminton (M)

Bharathiar

Madras

Nagarjuna

Andhra

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game

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Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

2. Ball Badminton (W)

Calicut

Mangalore

Kerala

Bangalore

3: Boxing-

MDD

Punjabi

Delhi

Kurukshetra

4. Chess
5. Cricket (W)

Madras

Madurai

Bombay

Poona

GND
GND

Delhi
Delhi

DA Indore
Shivaji

Poona
Panjab

Nagpur

MG

GND

Calicut

Panjab

Punjabi

6. Cross
Country (M)
7. Cross
Country(W)
8. Cycling(M)
9. Cycling (W)

Kerala

Punjabi

Panjab

Calicut

10. Football(W)

Goa

Panjab

Delhi

11. Gymnastics
(M)

S.Gujarat

12. Gymnastics
(W)

Jiwaji

GND
Kurukshetra
Punjabi

13. Hockey(W)
14. Judo (M)

GND
Delhi

Ranchi
Poona

15. Judo (W)


16. Korfball

GND
Kurukshetra

Punjabi
MD

Panjab
Kurukshetra
Delhi

17. Malkhambh
18. Rowing (M)

Bombay

Shivaji

Mysore
Delhi

Delhi

MG
Punjabi &
Amravati
Panjab
Agra

Poona
Not held

19. Rowing (W)

Not held

20. Squash
Rackets

Jodhpur

Bombay

HAD

21. a)Swimming

Calicut

MG

Kerala

Kerala

MG

Osmania

(M)
b) Water Polo Poona
(M)

Calicut

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game

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1992-93

Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

22. Swimming
(W)

Kerala

Calicut

Anna

23. Tennis (W)


24. Wt. Lifting

Madras

Kerala

Delhi

GND

Nagarjuna

25. Wrestling
26. Yoga (M)

MDU
Gujarat
Ayurved

Meerut
Delhi
Kurukshetra

27. Yoga (W)

Bhavnagar

Gujarat
Ayurved

Panjab

HAU
MD

4th place

Mysore
Mangalore
Rajasthan
Bhavnagar
Kurukshetra

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Basketball (W) MG
2. Handball (M)
3. Handball(W)
4. Kabaddi (W)

PAU
Calicut
GND

5. Kho-Kho (M)
6. Kho-Kho(W)

GND
Bangalore

7. Tennis (M)

Madras

8. Volleyball (W) MG

Punjabi
GND
Nagpur
MD
Bombay
Bombay
Anna
Madras

GND
Nagpur
Punjabi
Bombay

Madras
Jammu
Panjab
Delhi

Poona
Poona

Delhi
DA, Indore

Poona
GND

Panjab
Calicut

C. GAMES ON FOUR-ZONE BASIS


Kerala

GND

GND
Delhi

Kerala

Panjab
Poona

GND

MD

5. Basketball (M) lamia


Millia

Delhi

Nagpur

Bombay

6. Cricket (M)

Delhi

Bhavnagar

Bangalore

7. Hockey (M)

GND

Banaras

Ranchi

KurukshetJ:a
Ravishankar

1. Athletics (M)

Delhi

2. Athletics (W)

MG
Calicut

3. Badminton
(M)
4. Badminton
(W)

Nagarjuna

MD
Calicut

Bombay

,.

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Name of
game

1992-93
Winners

Runnersup

8. Kabaddi (M)
9. Table Tennis
(M)

Delhi

Meerut

Delhi

GND

to. Table Tennis

GND

Jamia
Millia

(W)

Winners of
3rd place
Shivaji
Calicut
SNDT

4th place
Amravati
Nagpur
North
Maharashtra

D. GAMES ON EIGHT-ZONE BASIS


1. Football (M)
Goa
2. Volleyball (M) MG

Madras
Calicut

RD
Kamatak

Aligarh
HNB
Garhwal

1993-94
A. GAMES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
1. Athletics (M)

Calicut

Kerala

Delhi

Meerut

2. Athletics (W)

MG

CaUcut

Panjab

3. Ball Badminton (M)

Bharathidasan

Annamalai

Madras,
Rajasthan
&GND
(Jt. Winners)
Bharathiar

4. Ball Badminton (W)

Mangalore

CaUcut

Kerala

Bangalore

5. Boxing

MD

Osmania

Kakatiya

6. Chess
7. Cricket (W)

Rajasthan
GND

Manipur
Delhi

Jamia
Millia
Delhi
Poona

8. Cycling (M)
9. Cycling (W)

Panjab
Panjab

Punjabi
Kerala

Kerala

Devi
Ahilya
Rajasthan

10. Cross Country (M)

Calicut

Shivaji

Delhi

Madras

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S.
No.

Name of
game

Tcnmumrtnts

1993-94
Winners

Runnersup

~I.'. "

Winners of
3rd place

.;,"1

4th place

11. Cross Country (W)

MG

Calicut

GND

12. Football (W)


13. Gymnastics
(M)

Jammu
Kurukshetra

GND

Goa

Devi
Ahilya

Jiwaji

Panjab
GND

14. Gymnastics
(W)

Jiwaji

GND

Punjabi

Delhi

15. Malkhambh

Shivaji

Bombay

16. Judo (M)

Poona
Delhi

Poona

Kuruksetra

Barkatullah
MD (Jt.)

17. Judo (W)

GND

Barakatullah

Bombay

18. Hockey (W)


19. Rowing (M)

Ranchi

Kurukshetra
GND
Calcutta
Poona

20. Rowing (W)

Madras
Kerala

Panjab

Punjabi

Kerala

.Poona

Roorkee

21. Squash
Rackets
22. Swimming
(M)

Jai Narayan Vyas


Calicut

Poona

Madras &
Jadavpur
Delhi

Lucknow

MG

Kerala

23. Swimming
(W)

Delhi

Kerala

MG

Punjabi

24. Water-Polo
(M)

Poona

Kerala

Calicut

Panjab

25. Tennis (W)

Kerala

Delhi

Allahabad

26. Wt.Lifting

GND

Meerut

MDS,
Ajmer
Osmania

27. Wrestling

MD

Delhi

Kurukshetra
KurukshetraHA

B. GAMES ON TWO-ZONE BASIS


1. Basketball (W) GND

RD

MG

Paneb

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S.
No.

149

Name of
game

1993-94
Winners

Runnersup

Winners of
3rd place

4th place

Kerala

GND

Kurukshetra
Cancelled

MG

4. Kabaddi (W)

Shivaji

Delhi

5. Kho-Kho(M)

Poona

Poona
Bombay

Bombay
Bangalore

6. Kho-Kho (W)

Poona

Bombay

7. Tennis (M)
Delhi
8. Volleyball (W) MG

Osmania
MK

2. Handball (M)
3. Handball (W)

c. GAMES

ON FOlla-ZONE

Kuvempu
Bangalore
Panjab
Panjab

Marathwada
Punjabi
GND

BASIS

1. Badminton
(M)

Poona.

Panjab

Delhi

Lucknow

2. Badminton
(W)

Gauhati

Nagpur

MD

Poona

3. Basketball (M) Delhi


4. Cricket (M)
GND

Bangalore

Madras

MG

Bombay

5. Hockey (M)

Bangalore

6. Kabaddi (M)
7. Table Tennis
(M)

GND
Delhi

Panjab
MD
GND

LN Mithila Karn~tak
Madras
MK
Madras
Meerut
Calkut
Poona

8. Table Tennis
(W)

Devi
Ahilya

Poona

Manipur

North
Maharashtfa

Calicut

Punjabi
Karnatak

Kerala
Ranchi

9. Football (M)

Panjab
10. Volleyball (M) MG

Calkut

Apppendix-I
Dr. B.L. Gupta
Inter-University General Championship Trophy
AID lnstitutedthe
Dr.B.L. Gupta Trophy in the year 1982- 83. The
trophy was donated by Shri S~K. Gupta: in memory of his father Late
S1ui. B.l.,. ,Gupta, Heaq, Dep~ent
of' Physical Education,Panjab
U~verSity, Chandigarh.'This trophy is the symbol of excellence in the
Inter,.Universitytoumaments.For
the purpose of ,deciding the Dr. B.L.
Gupta trophy,tll~ criteria laid down for the performance in the InterUniversity ToUrnaments for the award 'of Maul ana Abul Kalam Aza4'
Trophy is applied.
Statement Showing Names of the Universities
Wbming FifstThreePositionsin
the Dr. B.L. Gupta
Inter-University Gen~r~ Championship Trophy
Year

Winners
Kerala

2.
3.
4.
5.

198U3
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87

6.

1988-89

7.

1989-90
1990-91

S. No.
1-

8.
9.
10.
11.

1991-92
1992-93
1993-94

GND
GND
GND
GND
Delhi
Delhi
Kerala
Kerala
GND
Calicut

Runners-up
GND
Callcut
Delhi
Delhi
Punjabi
GNP
GND
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi

3rd position
Callcut
Kerala
Kerala
Kerala
Poona
Calicut
Kerala
GND
GND
Calicut
GND

Appendix-J
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy
Govt. of India introduced Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy in
1956-57 as an incentil/eto the universities and colleges for excellence in
sports.
Statement Showing the Names of the Universities Winning FiI'st
Three Positions in the MAKA Trophy
S. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.

Year
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-;73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83

Winners
Bombay
Panjab
Panjab
Bombay
Panjab
Panjab
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
Panjab
Kurukshetra
Panjab
Panjab
Panjab
Panjab
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
GND
pelhi
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

Runners-up

Kerala
Kerala

3rd Position

Delhi
Delhi

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152

S. No.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

37.

Year
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93

Winners
GND
GND
Bombay
GND
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
Delhi
GND
GND

Runners-up
Delhi
Delhi
GND
Delhi
GND
GND
GND
GND
Delhi
Delhi

3rd Position
Bombay
Bombay
Delhi
Bombay
Punjabi
Panjab
Bombay
Panjab
Kerala
MG

Appendix-K
Inter-University Athletic Records
Upto 1993-94
Record Time!
Distance

Name of the record


holder at the
University

Year

No.
MEN
1. 100 M. Run

10.6 Sec.

1980-81

2.

200 M. Run

21.3 Sec.

3.

400 M. Run

48.2 Sec.

4.

800M. Run

1:51.4 Sec.

5.

1500 M. Run

3:55.3 Sec.

6.

5000 M. Run

14:46.2 Sec.

7.

1oo M. Run

30:35.6 Sec.

8.

110 M.Hurdles

14.70 Sec.

9.

400M.
Hurdles
4xl00 M.
Relay
4x4oo M.
Relay
20 Km. RoadRace
20 Km. Walk

52.5 Sec.
42.10 Sec.

Domonic Affqnso
(Bombay)
R Ananda Natarajan
(Annamalai)
R P Singh Mann
(Delhi)
Sant Kumar
(HAm
Hakam Singh
(Panjab) .
Arvind Panna
(Ranchi)
Dan Veer Singh
(Meerut)
Ranjit Randhawa
(Delhi)
Basant Singh
(Panjab)
Kerala

3:17.2 Sec.

Guru Nanak Dev

SI.

10.
11.
12.
13.

Event

14. High Jump

IHr-OO.sO Sec. Barkha Ram


(Punjabi)
IHr-36.47 Sec. Harmeet Singh
Randhawa
(GND)
2.02 Metres
Mihir Mistry
(Gujarat)

1990-91
1969-70
1978-79
1980-81
1984-85
1985-86
1993-94
1977-78
1985-86
1979-80
1977-78
1991-92

1991-92

154

SL

Handbook of Rules

tUUl Regu1IItitms

No.

Record Time!
Distance

15. Broad Jump

7.35 Metres

16. Pole Vault

4.19 Metres

17. Tripple Jump

15.79 Metres

18. Shot Put

17.04 Metres

19. Disc~ Throw

52.0 Metres

20. Hammer
Throw
21. Javelin Throw

61.18 Metres

22. Decathlon

6148 Points

Event

66.42 Metres

for InfD'-Uniwrsity TOUnlll1nmts

Name of the record


holder &: the
University
Sandasivan M B
(Kerala)
Davender
(MD)
Suresh Babu
O<eraIi!)
Jagbir Singh
(MD)
Kanwalpreet Singh
(Panjab)
Parveen Kumar
(Panjab)
Malkeet Singh
(Punjabi)
Errol Hart
(Madras)

Year

1988-89
1993-94
1972-73
1993-94
1986-87
1966-67
1985-86
1983-84

WOMEN
23. 100 M. Run

11.7 Sec.

24. 200 M. Run

24.5 Sec.

25. 400 M. Run

56.01 Sec.

26. 800 M. Run

2:11.7 Sec.

27. 1500 M. Run

4:34.4 Sec.

28. 3000 M. Run

9:58.00 Sec.

29. 100M.
Hurdles
30. 400M.
Hurdles
31. 4xl00 M.
Relay

14.6 Sec.
1:01.7 Sec.
0:48.2 Sec.

P T Usha
(Calicut)
P T Usha
(Calicut)
Vandana Rao
(Mangalore)
Shiny K Abraham
(Gandhiji)
Kamlesh Kumari
(HP)
Surjeet
(GND)
Meena Gopal
(Madras)
R.T. Rai
(Barkatullah)
M. Gandhi

1981-82
1981-82
1983-84
1983-84
1989-90
1985-86
1986-87
1993-94
1993-94

155

Appendix-K

51.
No.

Record Time!
Distance

Name of the record


holder It the

32. 4x400 M.
Relay
33. High Jump

3:51.6 Sec.

Callcut

1993-9'

1.66 Metres

1991-92

34. Long Jump

6.08 Metres

35. Discus Throw

46.22 Metres

36. Shot Put

14.09 Metres

37. Javelin Throw

44.26 Metres

Bobby Aloysius
(Calicut>
Mercy Mathew
(Calicu.t>
Gurmeet !<aur
(Pan jab)
Gunneet !<aur
(Panjab)
Gunneet !<aur
(Panjab)
Apama Bhoyar
(Nagpur)
Poonam Taneja

Event

Year

University

38.

5000 Metres

17:40.7 Sec.

39.

roooo

35:44.6 Sec.

Metres

1979-80
1988--89
1988-89
1988-89
1988-89
1989-90

(MO)

40. Heptathlon

4515 points

Ancy Philip'
(Gandhiji)

1991-92

AppeltdiX-L
Inter-University Swimming Records
Upto 1993-94
51.

Event

No.
MEN
1.
50 M. Free Style
2.

100 M. Free Style

3.

200 M. Free Style

4.

400 M. Free Style

5.

1500 M. Free Style

6.

100 M. Back Stroke

7.

200 M. Back Stroke

8.

100 M. Breast Stroke

9.

200 M. Breast Stroke

10.

100 M. Butterfly Stroke

11.

200 M. Butterfly Stroke

12.

200 M. Individual
Medley
400 M. Individual
Medley
4xl00 M. Free Style
Relay

13.
14.

Name of the record


holder and the
university

Time

Year

Martin Joseph
(Calicut)
Farad Bhathena
(Bombay)
Balraj Rathi
(Delhi)
Kailas Nath
(Lucknow)
Balraj Rathi
(Delhi)
Wilson C. Cherian
(Kerala)
T.K. Senthil Kumar
(Kerala)
T.M. Aji
(Gandhiji)
Santosh Naik
(Shivaji)
Gaurav Kapur
(Bombay)
Balraj Rathi
(Delhi)
Kailas Nath
(Lucknow)
Kailas Nath
(Lucknow)
Delhi

0:26.43

1993

0:59.10

1982

2:09.10

1982

4:37.15

1993

18:17.32

1987

1:05.10

1982

2:28.10

1993

1:13.90

1985

2:45.72

1988

1:03.48

1990

2:26.86

1986

2:30.74

1993

5:16.42

1993

4:10.83

1989

Apperulix-L

S1.

Event

No.
15.
16.
17.

4x200 M. Free Style


Relay
4xl00 M. Medley
Relay
DIVING:
i) Spring Board
ii) High Board

157

Name of the record


holder and the
university
Calicut

Time

Year

9:11.96

1993

Gandhiji

4:39.00

1985

OS Shukla
493.85 Pts. 1988
(Kanpur)
Kanti Prakash Mishra 401.25 Pts. 1986
(Lucknow)

woME:N
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.

I.Remya
(Kerala)
Anita Sood
100M. Free Style
(Bom:bay)
Anita Sood
200 M. Free Style
(Bornl;'Jay)
Anlta"Sood
400 M. Free Style
(Bombay)
Q. Chandralekha
800 M. Free Style
(MG)
PallaviDuttBaruah
100 M. Back Stroke
(Delhi)
200 M. Back Stroke
Pallavi Dutt Baruah
(Delhi)
100 M. Breast Stroke
Sonali Rege
(Bombay)
200 M. Breast Stroke
Sonali Rege
(Bombay)
100 M. Butterfly Stroke Anita Sood
(Bombay)
200 M. Butterfly Stroke Punita Gupta
(Bangalore)
AnitaSood
200 M. Individual
Medley
(Bombay)
50 M. Free Style

0:30.90

1993

1:04.~

1985

2:19.20

1985

4:49.10

1985

11:05.71

1993

i:1539

1993

2:45.62

1993

1:25.59

1989

3:03.97

1989

1:12.50

1975

2:47.51

1989

2:40.97

1985

Handbook of Rules and Regulations for Inter-University

158

51.

Event

No.
30.
31.
32.
33.

400 M. Individual
Medley
4x1oo M. Free Style
Relay
4x2oo M Free Style
Relay
4x1oo M. Medley

34. DIVING:
i) Spring Board
ii) High Board

Tournaments

Name of the record


holder and the
university
Anita Sood
(Bombay)

Time

Year

5:37.58

1985

MG

4:50.43

1993

Kerala

10:39.94

1993

Delhi

5:24.52

1993

Miti Agashe
(Devi Ahilya)
Miti Agctshe
(Indore)

361.15 Pts. 1988

'(

309.95 Pts. 1986

Appen"ix-M
Inter-University Weight Lifting Records
Upto 1993-94
S.
No.

~\..""

Event

Name of record
holder and the
univenity

Total
Kgs.

Year

1.

Fly Weight

Prakasha S.
(Mangalore)

192.5

199Q.91

2.

Banton Weight

Onkar Singh
(GND)

217.5

1990-91

3.

Feather Weight

N.Anandan
(Madras)

230

1991-92

4.

Light Weight

Satlsh Rai
(Mangalore)

272.5

1991-92

5.

Middle Weight

Avtar Singh
(GND)

275

1991-92

6.

Light Heavy
Weight

RamSingh
(GND)

292.5

199Q.91

Rajender Pal Singh


(Delhi)'

292.5

1990-91

327.5

1990-91

7.

Wc1Ql~.Hcfyy
Weight

8.

HeC\vy Weight

Panninder
(GND)

Singh

9.

54 Kg.

T.G. Byju
(Kerala)

190

1993-94

10.

~9 Kg.

Sandeep Kr.
(GND)

242.5

1993-94

11.

64 Kg.

p. Singh

250

1993-94

(GND)

12-

70 Kg.

B.Singh
(GND)

250

1993-94

13.

76 Kg.

SaileshKr.
(Meerut)

267.5

1993-94

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160

s.

Event

No.

Name of record
holder and the
university .

Total
Kg~.

T0Il17llUrlt1lts

Year

14.

83 Kg.

S. Pal.Singh
(Kurukshetra)

275

1993-94

15.

91 Kg.

KSingh
(GND)

292.5

1993-94

16.

99 Kg.

R. Tyagi
(Meerut)

277.5

1993-94

17.

108 Kg.

,Dilramnik Singh
(GND)

270

199~94

18.

Above 108 Kg.

K.R.M. Rao
(Osmania)

225

1993-94

Appendix-N
Sequence of Events for Inter-University
Athletics Meet
First day
11.00 AM.
11.10 AM.
11.30 AM.
12.00 Noon
12.10 P.M.
12.30 P.M.
1.00 P.M.
1.10 P.M.
1.30 P.M.
1.50 P.M.
2.20 P.M.
2.40 P.M.
3.00 P.M.
3.40 P.M.
4.10 P.M.
Second day
9.00 AM.
9.30 A.M.
9.45 AM.
10.15 AM.
10.30 AM.
11.00 AM.
11.15 AM.
11.30 AM.
11.45 AM.
12.10 P.M.
12.15 P.M.

12.30 p.M.
12.50 P.M.

110 M Hurdles
Long Jump
100M
400 M Hurdles
Javelin Throw
200M
400M
Shot Put
110 M Hurdles
800M
100M
200M
10,000 M
4x100 M
4x400 M

100M
100 M Hurdles
Long Jump
High Jump
Shot Put
Shot Put
High Jump
110 M Hurdles
100M
400 M Hurdles
Discus Throw
200M
400M

Men
Men
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Men
Men
Women
Men
Men
Women

Heats
Final
Heats-1st round
Heats
Final
Heats-1sHound
Heats
Final
Semi-final
Heats
Heats-2nd round
Heats-2nd round
Final
Heats
Heats

Men
Women

Decath
Heptath
Decath
Heptath
Decath
Heptath
Decath
Final
Semi-final
Final
Final
Semi-final
Semi-final

Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Men
Men
Women

-Men
Women
Men

162

Handbook of Rules and Regulations for Inter-University

1.00
1.20
1.40
2.10

P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.

2.30
2.45
3.00
3.30
4.00

P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.

T0ll11lllmDlts

Long Jump
400M
200M
800M
100M
200M
1500 M
4x100 M
4x400 M

Women
Men
Women
Men
Men
Women
Women
Women
Men

Final
Decath
Heptath
Final
Final
Final
Final
Heats
Heats

9.00 A.M.
9.30 A.M.
9.45 A.M.
10.20 A.M.
10.30 A.M.
11.00 A.M.
11.30 A.M.
12.00 Noon
12,,10P.M._
12.30 P.M.
1.00 P.M.
1.30 P.M.

110 M Hurdles
Long Jump
Discus Throw
Javelin Throw
Pole Vault
High Jump
400 M Hurdles
100M
Javelin Throw
400 M
800M
100M

.Men

2.00
2.20
2.40
3.30
4.00

400 M
1500-M
10,000 M
400M
4xl00 M

Men
Men
Women
Women
Men

Decath
Heptath
Decath
Heptath
Decath
Final
Heats
Heats-first round
Decath
Heats
Heptath
Heats-second
round
Final
Decath
Final
Semi-final
Semi-final

<

f
I

1ldrd day

P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.

Women
Men
Women
Men
Men
Men
Women
Men
Women
Women
Women

Fourth day
9.00 A.M.
11.00 A.M.
11.30 A.M.
12.15 P.M.
12.30 P.M.
12.40 P.M.

Men
20 KM Walk
Pole Vault
Men
Women
100 M Hurdles
400 M Hurdles 'Men
100 M
Women
Hammer Throw Men

Final
- Final
Heats
Semi-final
Semi-final
Final

~,

...,

1.00 P.M.
US
1.30
1.45
2.15
2.40
3.00
3.30
3.45
4.00

P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.

High Jump
200M
Javelin Throw
800M
100 M Hurdles
200 M
500 M
400M
4x4oo M
4xloo M

Women
Men
Women
Women
Women

Final

Men
Men

Heats-2nd round

Women

Men

Pinal
Semi-final

Women

Seltlifinal

20 KM Run
Triple Jump
200M
100 M Hurdles
400 M Hurdles
Shot Put
100 M
Discus Throw
200M
200M
1500 M
3000M
4xl00 M
4xl00 M
4x4oo M
4x4oo M

Men
Men

Final
Final
5emifinal

Heats-1st fOl1fid
Final

Heats
Semi~final
Pinal

Fifth day

9.00 AM.
11.00 AM.
11.30 AM.
12.00 Noon
12.20 B.M.

12.30 PM.
12.45 P.M.
1.00 P.M.
1.15 P.M.
1.30 P.M.
1.45 P.M.
2.00 P.M.
2.30 P.M.
2.45 P.M.
3.00 P.M.
3.30 P.M.

Men
Women
Men
Men
Women
Women

Men
Women

Final
Final
Final

Final

Final
Final
Final

Women
Men
Women

Fmal
Fmal
Final
Final

Men

Final

Women

Fmal

Men

Timings for holding these events shall be decided by tile Organising


University.

Appendix-O
Statement showing the Years of Introduction of
Inter-University Tournaments in Various Games
Name of game
1.

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.

20.
21.
22.

23.
24.
25.

26.
27.
28.

Athletics (Men)
Athletics (Women)
Badminton (Men)
Badmillton (Women)
Ball Badminton (Men)
Ball Badminton (Women)
.Basketball (Men)
Basketball (Women)
Boxing
Chess
Cricket (Men)
Cricket (Women)
Cross Country Races (Men & Women)
Cycling (Men & Women)
Football (Men)
Football (Women)
Gymnastics (Men)
Gymnastics. (Women)
Half Marathon & Walking
Handball (~en & Women)
Hockey (Men)
Hockey (Women)
Judo (Men & Women)
Kabaddi (Men)
Kabaddi (Women)
Kho-Kho (Men)
Kho-Kho (women)
Korfball

Year of introduction
1940-41
1953-54
1948-49
1953-54
1970-71
1970-71
1947-48
1963-64
1947-48
1964-65
1940-41
1975-76
1986-87
1976-77
1940-41
1989-90
1959-60
1973-74
1994-95
1979-80
1940-41
1953-54
1988-89
1951-52
1968-69
1954-55
1953-54
1989.:.90
1993-94

(discontinued)
1994--95

Appendix-D

165

Name of game
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.

Power Ufting (Men)


Rowing (Men)
Rowing (Women)
Softball (Men & Women)
Squash Rackets
Swimming (Men)
SWimming (Women)
Table Tennis (Men)
Table Tennis (Women)
Tennis (Men)
Tennis (Women)
Volleyball (Men)
Volleyball (Women)
Weight Liftirig & Best Physique
Wrestling
Yogasanas

Year of introduction
1994-95
1964-65
1987-88
1994-95
1964-65
1940-41
1963-64
1958-59
1960-61
1940-41
1940-41
1950-51
1959-60
1959-60
1947-48
1994-95

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