Siddaganga Institute of Technology - Facilities - Sports and Games

Sports and Games

The College has facilities for encouraging sports and games.

  • 400m Athletic Track with 8 lanes
  • Three practice pitches with net facility and one match pitch for cricket
  • One match pitch for football and hockey
  • Two flood-lit basketball, two volleyball courts (one of them is flood-lit), two tennis and two ball badminton courts
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Indoor stadium with two badminton courts, six table tennis boards
  • Chess and carom boards
  • Separate indoor game facilities for girls
  • A stadium for outdoor sports

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