Student Welfare

Healthy bodies house healthy minds. To encourage all round development of our students, the proposed sports centre will provide facilities for various outdoor and indoor sports.

Sport

Sport is an activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively. Sports commonly refer to activities where the physical capabilities of the competitor are the sole or primary determiner of the outcome (winning or losing), but the term is also used to include activities such as mind sports (a common name for some card games and board games with little to no element of chance) and motor sports where mental acuity or equipment quality are major factors. Sportsmanship is an attitude that strives for fair play, courtesy toward team mates and opponents, ethical behavior and integrity, and grace in losing. Sportsmanship expresses an aspiration or ethos that the activity will be enjoyed for its own sake. Sportsmanship, within any given game, is how each competitor acts before, during, and after the competition. Not only is it important to have good sportsmanship if one wins, but also if one loses. Technology has an important role in sports, whether applied to an athlete’s health, the athlete’s technique, or equipment’s characteristics.

Equipment

Equipment As sports have grown more competitive, the need for better equipment has arisen. Golf clubs, football helmets, baseball bats, soccer balls, hockey skates, and other equipment have all seen considerable changes when new technologies have been applied.

Health

Health Ranging from nutrition to the treatment of injuries, as the knowledge of the human body has deepened over time, an athlete’s potential has been increased. Athletes are now able to play to an older age, recover more quickly from injuries, and train more effectively than previous generations of athletes.

Instruction

Instruction Advancing technology created new opportunities for research into sports. It is now possible to analyze aspects of sports that were previously out of the reach of comprehension. Being able to use motion capacity to capture an athlete’s movement, or advanced computer simulations to model physical scenarios has greatly increased an athlete’s ability to understand what they are doing and how they can improve themselves.

Hockey Team

Hockey Team

Inter College cricket team selection

Inter College cricket team selection

Basket Ball Team

Table Tennis

Cricket Team

Football at MIST Ground


Harshwardhan Tomar CE-3rd year, awarded as best player in Net ball state tournament organised by L.N.C.T. college Bhopal.


4 students were selected for state level Kho-Kho Tournament which was organized by gyan sagar college of engineering, Sagar from 01/12/2015 to 3/12/2015. The girls team secured first place and won gold medal Ms.Rasika geed was the coach and selector of the team. The students are – Surbhi Dhaneshwar :- EC-4th, Anjali Tomar :- EC – 3rd, Kritika Mandhanya :- CS – 2nd, Shubham Sisodiya- CS – 1st


Surbhi dhaneshwar EC-4th year select for Kho-Kho Nationals which is held at Mumbai University.


Aayushi soni CS-1st year won Gold Medal @ Athletics state level tournament in tripal jump event and qualify for national championship which was held at patiyala University


Aayushi soni CS-1st year won Gold Medal @ Athletics state level tournament in tripal jump event and qualify for national championship which was held at patiyala University and Anjali tomar EC-3rd year won Bronze Medal in athletics meet at nodal level.


MIST Girls Kho-Kho team won silver medal in indore nodal level KHo-KHo tournament organized by aurbindo college.


Sushil ME-3rd year student won 2 silver medal in swimming nodal level tournament.


MALWA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY HAS ORGANIZED INDORE NODAL TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT 2015-16. THERE WERE TOTAL 29 TEAMS IN THE TOURNAMENT 20 TEAMS OF BOYS, 9 TEAMS OF GIRLS IN ALL, 200 STUDENTS HAVE PARTICIPATED In the finals of boys; VINDHYA defeated LNCT and wins the final. In the final of girls, SVITS defeated SIMS and wins final.


We organized Indore nodal Kabaddi tournament from 08/09/2015 to 10/09/2015. There were total 39 teams in the tournament .32 teams of boys and 7 teams of girls. In all, 450 students have participated In the finals of boys, VINDHYA defeated LNCT and wins the final. In the final of girls, SVITS defeated SIMS and wins final. Its also feels proud to inform you that there are two students were selected for the nodal state team i.e.
From girls: Divyanshi Gupta from CS 3rd year, From boys: Pratik Rout from ME 1st year