Serve it, smash it, win it, love it… It’s time to hit some vicious strokes in Badminton and take the glory home. Play like champions, compete with the best talents and be the master of strings.

Event Format

  • A men team can have a maximum of 4 players and a minimum of 2 players in a match
  • A women team can have a maximum of 4 players and a minimum of 2 players in a match
  • Each game will consist of 3 sets of 21 points each
  • Teams are expected to bring their own racquets and non-marking shoes (without non-marking shoes students have to play barefoot)


All teams are supposed to report 15 minutes before the scheduled commencement of their matches

  • The order of games and players proposed to play particular games will have to be pre-decided and submitted to the Organizing Committee before the beginning of the match and cannot be changed thereafter
  • Best of 3 games (Order: Singles, Doubles, Singles)
  • A player can play a maximum of two games comprising of only one game of each format - Singles, Doubles
  • The team winning 2 games will be declared as the winner of the match
  • “Dead rubbers” will not be played in the interests of paucity of time to organize remaining events in the meet
  • There will be a time out after 11 points after which each team can take a maximum of 1 time out during the course of a game
  • In case of injury or incapacity to play occurs during a game, no replacement will be allowed, and if the player refuses to play (retires hurt), the game will be deemed won by the opponent. Also, the player will be counted as having played that game
  • The referees’ decisions will be final and abiding
  • All other standard Badminton rules apply


Prizes worth Rs. 4500 to be won !!!


To be announced later


Tharun Soma (9004541353)
Ria Bagla (9999983808)