Sports Infrastructure

Sports infrastructure is the backbone of the academic industry. Sports have been proven to be a healthy activity that has a favorable impact on health, education, and the economy in several empirical studies. Sports and physical education are recognized as fundamental human rights by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
“Sport in GLBITM has been remarkable all these years. College gave us the platform to show our talent in different sporting events. The absence of studies with sport had helped us a lot to attain our motto. The various sports held at GLBITM made us realize the important of sport as well as sportsmanship in one's life and carrier. We learned here much new sport which gave us new experience and provided us better environment of entertainment as well as relaxed studies.”
Rahul Jasuja

Sports Facilities
Spending quality time is never a problem in the Institute. Sports facilities are provided for Futsal, Table Tennis, Cricket, Football, Badminton, Basketball, and Volleyball. Evenings find students enjoying the excitement of these sports as players and audience.

Outdoor Sports

Futsal is a football-based game that is a minifootball version played on a hard court that is smaller than a football pitch and is primarily played inside. It's similar to indoor soccer and five-a-side football. Futsal is a sport in which two teams of five players compete against each other, one of whom is the goalkeeper.


Cricket is a bat-and-ball sport in which two teams of eleven players compete on a field with a 22-yard (20-meter) pitch and a wicket in the middle.

A basketball game requires only the ball and the court, which is a flat, rectangular surface with baskets at opposite ends.

Volleyball is a team sport in which a net separates two teams of six players. Under regulated regulations, each team aims to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court.


Indoor Sports

Table tennis, also known as ping-pong or whiff-whaff, is a game in which two or four players use small solid rackets to smash a lightweight ball, also known as a ping-pong ball, back and forth across a table.


Chess: a game for two people that is played on a board with 64 black and white squares (a chessboard). Each player has 16 pieces which can be moved according to fixed rules.

Carom: Any strike and rebound, as a ball striking a wall and glancing off.

Gymnasium: A space or structure dedicated to gymnastics, games, and other forms of physical activity.
• Increase your odds of truly getting fit by a factor of ten.
• Increased amounts of energy.
• Pain in the hips and back is lessened.
• Balance and flexibility have improved.
• Improved physical appearance and posture.
• Motivation and dedication.
• Make a habit of doing things that are good for you.
• Stress reduction, anxiety reduction, and improved sleep are all benefits.

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