Chakravyuh , over the years, has earned itself a unique identity among all renowned business schools of the country for being a one of its kind, providing an excellent platform for the future business leaders of the country to unleash their concepts of synergy and teamwork on the sports field. Participation has grown over these years to prestigious levels so much so that it now stands as the biggest sports events in the B-Schools circuit.
The previous years' events saw Mr. Rajeev Srivastava, Director General, Commonwealth Games 2010 as the chief guest and champion golfer Jyoti Randhawa was the guest of Honor.
Chakravyuh is one such celebration; one such awe-inspiring aspect of the institute. Keeping in mind the spirit of sports, we at Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad have been hosts to Chakravyuh, an annual Inter B-School Sports festival for the past one decade.
Chakravyuh, provides an excellent platform for the future business leaders of the country to unleash their concepts of synergy and teamwork on the sports field. The annual festival encompasses a wide range of sports events, ranging from Football, Cricket, Badminton and Volleyball to Basketball, Table Tennis. Athletic events and informal event like DJ Party also add flavor to the fun and action packed three day extravaganza.
More than a hundred premier B-Schools of the country are invited for this event which is organized during the spring break entirely on the picture perfect campus premises, Being organised by the students body of IMT and involving eminent personalities from the field of sports for judging various events and competition that are both cut-throat and healthy.
Badminton The orients favourite game is one of Chakravyuhs strongest crowd pullers. If you cant play ball, try your hands at Badminton!
* There will be 2 Mens Singles, 1 Womens Singles, 1 Mens Doubles and 1 mixed doubles. *No player can play more than 2 games (1 singles and 1 doubles) and maximum of 4 players (3 boys + 1 Girl) can participate in a match. However, the team can be changed for the next rounds match. *A match for the preliminary rounds (i.e. games held before semi finals) will be of 3 sets, 15 points game without service breaks for mens singles, mens doubles and for Womens singles.