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Early Bird Registration (till 26th March):Singles - ₹250/-   Doubles - ₹400/- Mixed Doubles - ₹400/-

Entry Fee after 26th March: Singles ₹300/-   Doubles - ₹450/-  Mixed Doubles  ₹450/-

Date: 04th April 2024

Reporting Time: 8:00 AM

Competition Time: 9:00 AM

Venue:  Poona District Metropolitan Badminton Association (PDMBA)


  1. It is compulsory to carry college ID cards, participants are also required to carry a letter sealed and signed by your respective college mentioning the relevant details of participants. 

  2. All the students who are pursuing undergraduate and post-graduate degrees from bonafide colleges and universities shall be qualified to participate in the competition.

  3. Carry a physical copy of registration details with the receipt of payment of registration fees.


    1. Before starting the game, the opponents toss a coin with the winner choosing:

    2. To serve first/to receive first, or

    3. The side

    4. In subsequent games, the winning side serves first.


    1. A match consists of 11 points. Each game starts at 0-0. Which has 1 round for elimination.

    2. Every time there is a serve – there is a point scored. a. A rally is won when a shuttle is hit over the net and onto the floor of the opponent's court. b. A rally is lost if the shuttle is hit into the net, or over the net but outside of the opponent's court. A rally is also lost if the shuttle touches the player's clothing or body, or if it is hit before it crosses over the net.

    3. Final will be a 21 Point match

    4. The side winning a rally adds a point to its score.

    5. At 10 all, the side scoring the 11th point, wins that game.

    6. The side winning a game serves first in the next game.


    1. A 1-minute interval between each game is allowed.

    2. Teams switch sides at the end of each game.

    3. In the third game, teams switch sides when the leading score reaches 7 points.


    1. The first serve of the game is always made from the right side of the court to the opposite diagonal side. Only the player standing in the proper service court may return the serve.

    2. The server must obey laws designed to force underhand delivery of the serve, and the receiver must stand still until the service is struck.

    3. Following the serve, players may move anywhere on their side of the net.

    4. A player continues to serve (alternating service courts) as long as a player scores points.

    5. When the score is even, the server serves from the right service court. When it is odd, the server serves from the left court.

    6. If the serving side wins a rally, the serving side scores a point and the same server serves again from the alternate service court.

    7. If the receiving side wins a rally, the receiving side scores a point. The receiving side becomes the new serving side.

    8. The players do not change their respective service courts until they win a point while their side is serving.

    9. A serve may not be delivered until the receiver is ready. If the receiver attempts to return the serve, the receiver is to have been considered ready.

  8. During the serve, it is a fault if:

    1. The shuttle is contacted above the server’s waist or the racket head is above any part of the hand.

    2. The shuttle does not fall into the diagonally opposite service court.

    3. Some part of both feet of the server and receiver are not in contact with the appropriate court until the shuttle is contacted by the server. Touching a line with the foot is considered out of the court.


Winner: Medal + Certificate (For Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)

Runner Up: Medal + Certificate (For Singles, Doubles & Mixed Doubles)

Participation Certificate will be given to all the participants.

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