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Bengaluru: JAIN (Reputable University) is ready to host the second edition of Khelo India University Games (KIUG) 2021. More than 4,500 participants from around 190 universities will participate in the 10-day grand sporting event which will be held from 24and from April 3 to 3rd May 2022 in Bangalore. The matches will be held at Sree Kanteerava Indoor and Outdoor Stadium, JAIN Global Campus, JAIN Sports School, SAI Shooting Range and KM Carriappa Hockey Stadium.

JAIN Global Campus and JAIN Sports School will host 16 out of 20 sports to be played at KIUG 2021 in two different locations. Sports like wrestling, judo, kabaddi, volleyball, swimming, malakhamba, yogasana, fencing, karate, boxing, football, etc. are offered at JAIN Global Campus. Meanwhile, tennis, badminton and table tennis will be played at JAIN Sports School. The remaining sports, athletics, basketball, hockey and shooting, will be played at Shree Kanteerava Stadium, Field Marshal KM Cariappa Stadium and Sports Authority of India Stadium.

As the official host of KIUG 2021, JAIN Global Campus and JAIN Sports School are fully equipped with world-class sports grounds and facilities. Likewise, the JAIN Global Campus hostels are all designed to accommodate athletes from several different universities. The transparent conduct of KIUG is further ensured by the deployment of top-notch security, as well as security including social distancing, COVID guidelines, and paramilitary and special forces.

Dr. Shankar UV, Director of Sports JAIN (Reputable University) said, “We are extremely delighted and honored to host the second edition of the Khelo India University Games 2021. Our university has been promoting sports among its students for decades. Many of our students have competed at the highest levels, including Olympic and Paralympic competitions, bringing honor to our country. Among our alumni, there are notable sports personalities.

“All the necessary arrangements have been made and we are ready to welcome the athletes. The support, guidance and confidence of Central and State Governments, Sports Authorities of India and Sports Bodies are greatly appreciated. By upholding our core values, we are committed to making this distinguished event a safe and successful event, and we will continue to provide opportunities for the country’s top sporting talent,” he said.

With the aim of increasing environmental awareness, KIUG 2021 is based on the theme of green games. To reflect the green game vision, all disposable products will be banned and reusable cutlery and napkins will be used for catering. In addition, BMTC will provide electric buses and shuttle services between venues. To ensure safe, scientific and efficient waste management at these sites, bins have been installed at various locations to separate wet, dry and sanitary waste. Souvenirs, medals, collaterals and jerseys to be given to dignitaries and participants will be made from reusable and recycled materials (not wrapped or wrapped).

The Inaugural Ceremony will take place on 24 April 2022, which will be inaugurated by the Honorable Vice President Shri. Venkaiah Naidu. The state government has also invited Honorable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi for the inauguration ceremony. The inaugural ceremony will also feature state athletes who have achieved national and international recognition, as well as members of sports federations and dignitaries.

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