December, 1, 2022, 6:51am
December, 1, 2022, 6:51am

Gymnasium & Indoor Stadium

·       Introduction:

With a firm belief that physical fitness leads to mental fitness, the College provide a first-rate facility in play fields for various games like Volleyball, Football, Cricket, Badminton, Hockey Chess, Caroms, etc. on campus. The College conducts Sports Meet and encourages students to participate in Inter-Collegiate events. Sports, recreation, or free time activities are now widely accepted as a fundamental element of good quality of life.

·       Vision & Mission:

Vision

We endeavour to become the leading voice at the intersection of athletics and academics. We hope to use this voice to unite, challenge, and inspire the next generation of leaders to improve the lives of athletes and to act as stewards of the best practices in the sports industry.

Mission

Advance cutting-edge sports-specific research, educate current and future sports professionals, improve the physical and emotional lives of current and former athletes, and harness the power of sport to inspire positive social change.

Protocol & Composition:

  • The gymnasts should be well taught about how to fall and land safely to decrease the risk of damage to the spine, head, neck or wrist.
  • All the athletes must have adequate knowledge of strength training which is good for injury prevention.
  • Flexibility imbalances can occur in the thighs, calf muscles, and hips. Performing stretches several times a day and holding each stretch for 30 seconds will make a difference in flexibility.

·       Members:

It comprises of following members:

Sl.noName of the membersPositionDesignation
1.Prof. (Dr.) P. MalairajanChairmanPrincipal, GIPS
2.Dr. Damiki LalooConvenerAsso. Professor, Pharmacognosy
3.Mr. Susankar KushariCo-convener, Representative of KBM Cricket ClubAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
4.Dr. Dipankar SahaMember, Representative of External Sports Affair ClubAsso. Professor, Pharmacology
5.Dr. Bhanu Pratap SahuMember, Representative of Badminton ClubAsso. Professor, Pharmaceutics
6.Dr. Junmoni KalitaMember, Representative of Volleyball clubAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
7.Dr. Tapash ChakrabortyMember, Representative of Gym & Fitness clubAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutics
8.Mr. Mrinmoy DekaMember, Representative of indoor games clubAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutics
9.Mr. Ranadeep BorgohainMember, Representative of Cricket ClubAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
10.Mr. R. JamesMember, Representative of Athletics ClubAsst. Professor, Pharmacology
11.Mrs. Madhuchandra LahonMemberAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutics
12.Ms. Asha DasMemberAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutics
13.Mrs. Ankita KashyapMemberAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
14.Mr. Chinmoy BhuyanMemberAsst. Professor, Pharmaceutics
15.Mr. Bipul SharmaMemberNon-Teaching Staff
16.Mr. Isha Haque AliMemberNon-Teaching Staff
17.Mr. Mridul Kumar DasMemberNon-Teaching Staff
18.Mr. Hirak Jyoti DasMemberNon-Teaching Staff
19.Mr. Chanakya TalukdarMemberNon-Teaching Staff
20.Mr. Prakash TalukdarMemberNon-Teaching Staff
  • Function:
  • Incorporating competitiveness and model emulation as well as heuristic discovery and achievement.
  • To offer huge opportunities for physical perfection as well as for ethic, aesthetic, and intercultural education.
  • For the adult, population sport is mainly a means of recreation, a counterforce against psychological fatigue and one of the most popular forms of entertainment – a property which is to be seen in the practising of sports for general purposes.