“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I –
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference.”
After you secure admission into IMT, you have automatically chosen the path meant just for the exceptional. And, the outstanding have a distinguishing ability, they are all full of versatility. Sports Committee comes into the perspective here, adding another dimension to the intellectually acclaimed B-School known as IMT Ghaziabad. With warmth in our hearts and zeal in our spirits, we love to work round the clock to foster the renowned sporting pedigree of IMT. We take immense pleasure in fulfilling the sporting appetite of IMTians. Starting from racquet games like lawn tennis, table tennis and badminton to the field ones such as cricket, volleyball, basketball and throwball, the “Sports Comm. Santa” encapsulates everything and much more in its gift bag.
Sports Night: The IMT sporting season kicks off with the Sports Night. In this face-off, the Senior batch locks horns with the freshly inducted Junior batch. Juniors get a fantastic platform to showcase their talent and the Seniors get the opportunity to shape IMT’s sporting future. Not only does this event present a chance for the Junior batch to interact with the Senior batch, it also inculcates a sense of unity and camaraderie amongst the juniors themselves.
League of Titans: Sports Night introduced IMTians to the next torchbearers of sports but with the large sports’ talent pool that IMT boasts about, it needed an event that gave every sports enthusiast an opportunity to showcase their knack. This is where “League of Titans” comes in. Based on the Section vs Section format and stretching to a duration of two months, 14 sections fight it out in the ultimate war comprising of 7 sports, to be called the champion of the League of Titans. Month after month and match after match people turn up to defend their turf and support their warriors. Last year, following events were featured in the League of Titans:
Volleyball, Table Tennis, Basketball, Badminton, Football, Throw ball, Cricket.
Chakravyuh: Chakravyuh, the flagship event of sports committee, is an event to which the entire B-School fraternity looks forward to every year. Nicknamed “Olympics of B-Schools” , it gathers a participation from more than 6000 students across B-Schools pan India.
24 years into it’s inception, this 72 hour extravaganza involves non stop sporting action featuring 8 power packed sports. Top 24 teams are selected from a huge pool of applicants representing the likes of IIMs, SP JAIN, MDI and IIFT among others. Chakravyuh is based on a unique theme each year and this grand festival’s preparations are undertaken for months prior to its beginning.
And ,this year , Chakravyuh will scale insurmountable peaks as it celebrates its silver jubilee!!!
Apart from conducting Sports events, Sports Committee of IMT Ghaziabad also indulges in regular publication of Sports articles on “Sportskeeda”, the largest All Sports Website in Asia with a footprint of 2.5 million readers every month.
At IMT Ghaziabad, the inherent belief is – “Winning is not everything but wanting to win is!!” And thus we, the Sports Committee, achieve tremendous joy in watering this plant of “Winning spirit” and watching it bear fruits.
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Senior Sports Committee
Front row (L to R) : Atikant Jain, Tushar Gupta, Ankit Goyal, Sanchita Purohit, Sonal Gupta, Shuchi Sharda, Rashmi Mittal, Neha Jain, Manan Shah, Rahul Dahra
Back row (L to R) : Akshay Jain, Pratyush Pillalamarri, Amandeep Bharaj, Shivani Upadhyay
Not in Picture-Harsha Vardhan,Siddharth Maiti,Tanmay Mairal
Junior Sports Committee
Row 1 bottom (L to R): Abhishek Mittal, Areeba Ejaz, Dhruv Dhingra, Love Narwar, Jayesh Nagar, Anubhav Goel, Himanshu Agrawal , Vaibhav Gupta, Sharmistha Chatterjee
Row 2 Middle ( L to R): Mayank Bansal, Ranjeet Rajpurohit, Rishika Choudhary, Mansi Verma, Khushboo Acharya, Shivani Gupta, Keshav Kumar
Row 3 Top(L to R): Ishan Purohit, Neelesh Gupta, Sachin Mandot, Edwin Edward, Aman Kamdar, Bhaskar Maheshwari, Shubham Sharma, Vinay Madgavkar