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The Council’s National School Sports & Games

The Council has firmly believed and stressed on the holistic development of the child, in body, mind and spirit. While academics and examinations are the Council’s prime concern, it realizes the importance and role of sports and games in a child’s life.

The Council has therefore embarked on a mission to conduct the ‘Council School Sports & Games’ annually in order to identify talents at the school level and provide these children a suitable platform to develop and reach their full potential. This is also in keeping with the Government’s initiative of identifying sporting talent among children at the school level and developing Sports Schools through the Khelo India School Games and the Khelo India Scheme respectively.

It is the Council’s aim to provide a suitable platform and an opportunity to all children studying in our affiliated schools to showcase their talents and skills in the various sporting disciplines. Once identified, the next step is to play on a bigger stage and represent the Council at the annual National School Games conducted by the School Games Federation of India (SGFI) and thereafter at the Khelo India School Games.

For the smooth conduct of the Council’s National Sports & Games, the Council has compiled a set of rules and regulations. These are meant to guide those at the ground level to conduct and supervise various games in an impartial and fair manner. The handbook containing the rules and regulations has been framed in such a manner to incorporating those of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) and is also modified to suit the local conditions where the games are to be held.

To create a sense of unity, integrity, honesty, fraternity, friendship and a true competitive spirit among the students of the regional schools of CISCE.

To inculcate in the young minds, the spirit of healthy competition while exhibiting their talents and potentials.
To help students develop an all-round personality and bring out the best in them to pave a bright future associated with sports and games activities.

Providing a platform for various sports and games to be conducted annually, thus facilitating a healthy mental, physical and psychological exposure.

To enable the smooth conduct of the nineteen events in all affiliated schools of the Council across India and abroad… the execution of the events will be in four levels.
Level 1: Zonal,
Level 2: Regional
Level 3: National
Level 4: SGFI.

In Karnataka for this year 2018 the events will be conducted at the Regional level in all the nineteen categories; winners at the Regional level will move on to take part in the National level and winners at the National level will move on to play at the School Games Federation of India.