Sports and Recreation Facilities

Outdoor Sports Infrastructure

Outdoor sports infrastructure refers to the various facilities and amenities that are specifically designed and constructed to cater to the needs of athletes and sports enthusiasts who engage in outdoor activities. These facilities include sports fields, stadiums, tracks, courts, and arenas, among others. They are strategically located in open spaces and are equipped with the necessary equipment and technologies to support various sports disciplines. Outdoor sports infrastructure plays a vital role in promoting physical fitness, fostering teamwork, and enhancing overall well-being. It provides individuals with the opportunity to engage in a wide range of sports and recreational activities, such as soccer, basketball, running, and tennis.


Indoor Sports Infrastructure

Indoor sports infrastructure include sports halls, gyms, arenas, and indoor stadiums. These infrastructures are equipped with specialized flooring, lighting, and other necessary equipment to ensure a safe and suitable environment for athletes and participants. Indoor sports infrastructure is essential for promoting and supporting a wide range of sports such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, and indoor soccer, among others. It provides opportunities for individuals to engage in physical activity regardless of the weather conditions, making it possible to practice and compete year-round. Additionally, indoor sports infrastructure also plays a significant role in hosting tournaments, championships, and other sporting events, bringing together athletes and spectators for an enjoyable and thrilling experience.

Dr. Narender

Assistant Director, Physical Education

SKN College of Agriculture, Jobner

Email.:, Phone: 9992294000