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Games & Sports

Games & Sports

The major goal of the physical education is to offer a wide range of physical activities for the benefit and enjoyment of the students. Anything that has guidance by the experts surely leads to success. We want our students to gain something worthwhile in their leisure time too, then let it be the Sports. We have connoisseurs to boost our students by directing them in the chosen activities. This leaves our students with an optimum condition of physical fitness in terms of strength, agility endurance and tension relaxation.This practice has to be regular, so we have arranged for regular intramural sports and competitions. Both, girls and guys are eligible to participate in these sports and competitions. The various games played at this level are: Athletic, badminton, basketball, football, table tennis, chess, volleyball, cricket, handball etc. The winners are given usually prizes on the TITAD every year.Yoga training cell with exclusive facilities has been set up in the campus.

Mission and Goal:
“Health plays an important role in personality development.”
To provide adequate games& sports facilities and programme those are wholesome and attractive so as to enshrine sound mind in a sound body. To produce National & International players by providing hi tech sports facilities to the students. To be top college for sports in the BPUT

BPUT Premier League

TITE bagged the Runner's up trophy in “BPUT Premier League” organized by BPUT Student Association.

Man of the tournamen - Niraj Sahu

3rd All Odisha Inter College Volleyball Championship "CLASH"

TITE won the 3rd All Odisha Inter College Volleyball Championship "CLASH".

Best Player - Aditya Kumar Singh

1st Centurion University Volleyball Championship

TITE won the Volleyball Chapionship in “All Odisha Volleyball Tournament” organized by Centurion University .

Best Player - Aditya Kumar Singh

3rd GEC Volleyball Cup

TITE bagged the runner’s up trophy in GEC Volleyball Cup

TITE won the GITA Volleyball Championship

TITE won the Volleyball Chapionship in “All Odisha Volleyball Tournament” organized by GITA.

Best Player - Aditya Kumar Singh

All Odisha Cricket Tournament

TITE bagged the Runner's up trophy in “All Odisha Cricket Tournament” organized by GITA.

Man of the tournamen - Manis Prabhakar
Best bowler - Abhishek Kumar Singh

7th SIT volleyball Championship

TITE won the State level Silicon Inter college volleyball champitionship.


3rd Trident's summer T20 Cricket Championship


volleyball Championship

TITE won the volleyball Championship in the State Level Game festival “FROLIC”(The Inter Engg. College Sports Meet.), NIT, Bhubaneswar).

5th National Power -20 Cricket

Odisha won the 5th National Power -20 Cricket Championship by 3 wickets against Tamilnadu in the final.The following players are represented from TITE:-
1. Sourav Sovit
2.Ansuman Pradhan
3.Sandeep Jena
4.Niraj Sahoo

CLASH- Intercollege Volleyball Match

The 1st inter college volleyball championship (CLASH) was held at knowledge campus, TITE, Barunei Khurda on 24th April 2011. Dr. Priyadarshi Tripathy inaugurated the volleyball championship. The following teams participated in the championship: GITA, Silicon, Apex, GEC, GIET, TITE and TITE (H). In this tournament GITA bagged the championship trophy and TITE emerged as the runner’s up.

Inauguration of TITE Cricket Club

Oriya cricket sensation Shree Pragyan Ojha had made a visit to our campus and inaugurated the TITE- Cricket Club. Shree Ojha had made his debut in First class cricket in the year 2004/05; Ojha is a left-arm spinner who has represented India at under-19 level. He finished the 2006-07 Ranji Trophy season with 29 wickets at 19.89, in just 6 games. Pragyan Ojha plays for the Hyderabad and the Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League. His highly successful campaign in the first season ensured selection in the 15-man Indian squad for the Bangladesh tour and Asia cup. He has performed exceedingly well in the 3 editions of IPL, earning the praise of his captain Adam Gilchrist. In IPL 3 he was awarded the Purple Cap for picking up the most number of wickets in the tournament.

He attended a conference at TITE and addressed the students and staff on his experiences being a part of International Cricket. He also faced a Press conference and spoke about his aims and ambitions. He had also been accompanied by his Father Shri Maheswar Ojha and brother-in-law Shri Alok Jena. The occasion was also adorned by our International Advisor Shri Gokul Agarwal.