Sports is an integral aspect of our Curriculum. Physical Education and Sports Department has for the past five decades, ruled the Sports arena, winning accolades and laurels in various sports and games. The College has encouraged, trained, and promoted students to become exemplary Athletes, Trainers, and Coaches. They have represented the College in Inter-Collegiate tournaments, the Bangalore University, the state of Karnataka and India in several meets, thus ensuring participation of women in all fields of Sports.

The College campus of four and a half acres has adequate space for a playground and indoor area to accommodate Table tennis, Carrom, Chess and other board games.

Inter-class matches, are held to select teams to represent specific games like Cricket, Rugby, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Ball Badminton, Basket-Ball, Foot Ball, Hand Ball, Net Ball, Throw Ball, and Volley Ball. These teams are scheduled into practice sessions either before the commencement or after regular class hours. Diligent care is taken to ensure that they do not miss their regular classes, except during matches and tournaments. Class attendance, lessons to mitigate missed classes, altered assignment deadlines and examination flexibility is available to them through the semesters.

The dietary requirements of the sports students are also met; wherein the college provides breakfast and snacks during their training hours, free of cost. These students are issued Track suits, Jerseys, Sports Shorts, College T shirts as per their game’s requirements. Short term fitness programs like Aerobics, Yoga and Karate for Self-defense are frequently organized.

The Sports department conducts ‘Unnathi’, an annual Inter-collegiate tournament for four events on campus, which brings in enthusiastic participants. The college has instituted a ‘Best Sports Woman’ award that is given away to the graduating student during the annual College Day.Since 1973, the year of the College’s inception, the Annual Athletic Meet is a regular feature among other activities and programs. Prominent sports personalities are invited to declare the meet open and distribute the prizes and trophies. This meet also showcases a spectacular March-Past where all the class sections and the faculty participate. The best teams with unique themes and commendable presentation are given prizes. But the ‘piece de resistance’ is a dance number with almost all sports students participating and usually choreographed by an Athlete.


Sophia N T

Assistant Physical Education Director
Department of Physical Education