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Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations - KERALA

SPORTS & GAMES - 2019

Sports Rules & Regulations

  1. ARCHERY - (OPEN REGISTRATION)

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)

    There are three types of the event which are Indian round, Recurve (FITA)Round and Compound Round. The player per team for every round is restricted to four. The details of the events are given below,

    U14 Boys and Girls
    • a) Indian Round
      1. 30m in 122cm face target --- 3 arrows/ 2Mins total 12 rounds of 3 arrows each.
      2. 20m in 80cm face target ---- 3 arrows/ 2 Mins total 12 rounds of 3 arrows each.
    • b) Recurve Round

      50m in 122cm face target --- 6 arrows/ 4 Mins total 12 rounds of 6 arrows each.

    • c) Compound Round

      50m in 6 ring face target --- 6 arrows/ 4 Mins total 12 rounds of 6 arrows each.

    U17 Boys and Girls
    • a) Indian Round
      1. 40m in 122cm face target --- 3 arrows/ 2 Mins total 12 rounds of 3 arrows each.
      2. 30m in 80cm face target --- 3 arrows/ 2 Mins total 12 rounds of 3 arrows each.
    • b) Recurve Round

      60m in 122 cm face target --- 6 arrows/ 4 Mins total 12 rounds of 6 arrows each.

    • c) Compound Round

      50m in 6 ring face target --- 6 arrows/ 4 Mins total 12 rounds of 6 arrows each.

    U19 Boys and Girls
    • a) Indian Round
      1. 50m in 122cm face target --- 3 arrows/ 2 Mins total 12 rounds of 3 arrows each.
      2. 30m in 80cm face target --- 3 arrows/ 2 Mins total 12 rounds of 3 arrows each.
    • b) Recurve Round

      70m in 122 cm face target --- 6 arrows/ 4 Mins total 12 rounds of 6 arrows each.

    • c) Compound Round

      50m in 6 ring face target --- 6 arrows/ 4 Mins total 12 rounds of 6 arrows each.

  2. BADMINTON

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)
    • a) The game will be conducted as per rules and regulations of AIBA (All India Badminton Association) and SGFI only.
    • b) Two Singles and one Doubles will be conducted in the Team game category.
    • c) Each team will consist of a minimum three and a maximum of 5 members for the team game.
    • d) Every participant must observe the dress code
    • e) All the players should be ready to play in flood lights, if required.
    • f) There will be competition between the teams and for individual Singles event in all categories.
    • g) The format of Team matches: One Singles followed by doubles and then Singles, if required.
    • h) The winning team and individual will be decided on "best of three "games.
    • i) For individual singles event each unit can nominate maximum two members from the team in each category. The Singles event will be conducted under Knock out system.
  3. ATHLETICS

    (For all six categories of boys and Girls)
    • a) Only two participants in each event will be permitted to participate from a region in each category.
    • b) One participant can participate in three events only, excluding the relay.
    • c) Events for the National Athletic Meet 2019:
      1. Track events for junior and Senior boys: 100mtr, 200mtr, 400mtr,800mtr, 1500mtr, 5000mtr,110mtr Hurdles, 5km walk & 4 * 100mtr Relay, 4 * 400mtr Relay (Note : 110mtr hurdles is only for senior boys; Junior boys will have only 100mtr hurdles).
      2. Field events for junior and senior boys: Long Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump, Shotput, Discus Throw & Javelin throw.
      3. Track events for junior and Senior girls: 100mtr, 200mtr, 400mtr, 800mtr, 3000m, 100mtr Hurdles, 3km walk, 4 * 100mtr Relay, 4 * 400mtr relay.
      4. Field events for junior and senior girls: Long Jump, High Jump, Triple Jump, Shotput, Discuss Throw & Javelin Throw.
      5. Track events for sub junior Boys & girls: 100mtr, 200mtr, 400 mtr, 600mtr, 80m hurdles, 4 * 100mtr relay.
      6. Field events for sub junior boys and girls: Long jump, High jump, Shotput and discuss throw.
    • d) Throws
      Categories Shotput Discus throw Javelin throw
      Sub. Junior Boys 4Kg 1Kg NA
      Sub. Junior Girls 3Kg 1Kg NA
      Junior Girls 3Kg 1Kg 600 gm
      Senior Girls 3Kg 1Kg 600 gm
      Junior Boys 5Kg 1.5Kg 700 gm
      Senior Boys 5Kg 1.5Kg 700 gm
    • e) Hurdles
      Distance Category Height Of Hurdles No.of Flights First Hunrdle from the Starting point Other Hurdles’ Distance Distance from the last Hurdle to the finish
      80mts Sub junior Boys and girls 0.762m 8 12m 8m 12m
      100mts Jr. Girls 0.840m 10 13m 8.50m 10.50m
      100mts Sr.Girls 0.840m 10 13m 8.50m 10.50m
      100mts Jr. Boys 0.914m 10 13m 8.50m 10.50m
      110mts Sr. Boys 0.914m 10 13.72m 9.14m 14.2m
    • f) Jumps :
      Category Take off for Triple Jump Take off for Long Jump
      Boys 9m 1m
      Girls 9m 1m
    • g) All participants will be provided with two sets of chest numbers to be worn visibly on his/her chest and back. The size of the numbers shall not exceed 150mm * 25mm.
    • h) The participant should report to the reporting booth at the first call. After the third call, no participant will be allowed to participate in that event. In case a participant is unable to report to the reporting booth for a valid reason, he/she should obtain prior permission from the officials through the manager/Coach.
    • i) The referee and the officials in charge of conducting the events should brief the participants before the commencement of each events regarding the track or lane rules, Changing the track, pushing or tripping the competitors, which will eventually lead to disqualification from a particular event or events.
    • j) Some of the events required heats to select the participants for the finals. The timing, and not the position at the heats, will decide the qualifiers for the finals.
    • k) The track umpires are assistants to the referee, without the power of decision.
    • l) During the relays, the baton must be carried in hand throughout the race. In case the baton is dropped. It should be picked up. The race will be invalid for a participant who finishes the race without the baton.
    • m) The baton shall be made of wood or light metal, which shall not be more than 300mm and not less than 280mm long; the thickness shall be 120mm and with a weight less than 50 gram. The baton shall be coloured, so that its visibility is noticeable easily during the race. The referee can disapprove of any baton if it is not made according to the specifications.
    • n) Every regional team is required to use its proper uniform, tracksuit and sports kits. The participants can use spikes and starters (Optional). No participant will be allowed to run bare foot.
  4. BASKETBALL

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)
    • a) The game will be conducted according to the rules of BFI (Basketball Federation of India). However, rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.
    • b) The entire team will consist of 12 players.
    • c) The team must carry a standard prescribed size of basketball while reporting for the match.
      (For U14 both boys and girls it should be size 6, U17 & U19 boys size 7 and U17 and U19 girls size 6).
    • d) Every team must follow the dress code.
  5. CARROM

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)

    The game will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of AICF (All India Carrom Federation). However, the rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.

    • a) Each team will consist of a minimum three and a maximum five players.
    • b) Singles and Doubles will be played in all categories; one player cannot play both the games.i.e.Singles as well as doubles.
    • c) Format: One singles followed by Doubles and singles if need be.
    • d) Every participant must follow the dress code.
    • e) All the games will be played in league cum-knock out basis.
  6. CHESS

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)

    The event will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of AICF (All India Chess Federation). However, the rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.

    • a) The team will consist of 5 members in each category.
    • b) Every participant must follow the dress code.
  7. T20 CRICKET

    (For sub-Junior, Junior & senior Boys)

    The event will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of AICF (All India Chess Federation). However, the rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.

    • a) Matches will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India)
    • b) All matches will be played in the T-20 format.
    • c) Every participant must follow the dress code.
    • d) The total team will consist of 18 members inclusive of the wicket keeper.
    • e) Matches may be played in day-night schedule, if required.
    • f) Only the match balls will be supplied by the Host. Personal kit for the matches will be brought by the respective teams/players.
    • g) In the league round, Matches will be played of 15 overs a side; Quarter final, Semi- finals and Finals will be 20 overs a side.
  8. FOOTBALL

    (For junior and Senior Boys)
    • a) Matches will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of ALFF (All India Football Federation).
    • b) Total team will consist of 18 players, Inclusive of the goal keeper.
    • c) Every team must follow the dress code and colour as per the respective regions. Team jersey, Shorts, Shin guards with socks and studded boots makeup the kit. Only the goal keeper is permitted to wear gloves.
    • d) The duration of the match officially is 70 minutes; divided into two 35 minutes halves with an interval of 5 minutes. If required 30minutes extra time will be given; 15 minutes of two halves with an interval of 5 minutes. If the result is still undecided after the extra time, then there will be penalty shootout where each team will have five chances one after another. In case the scores are same even after penalty shootout then it will be decided by sudden death methodology, in sudden death, teams take one penalty each to determine the winner which means one team loses as soon as they miss and opponent scores.
    • e) Each team must carry a standard prescribed size football while reporting for the match.
  9. KABADDI

    (For Junior & senior Boys)

    The game will be conducted as per the rules and regulation of SGFI only.

    • a) Each team shall consist of 12 players with only 7 taking the field at any given time.
    • b) Every participant must follow the dress code.
    • c) Matches are to be conducted on mates only.
    • d) The game in the second half will resume with the same number of players, as there were at the end of the first half.
    • e) Each game will be of 40 minutes divided in two halves Of 20 minutes each with a break of 5 minutes in between two halves. In case the scores are same after the normal duration there will be extra time of six minutes divided into two halves of three minutes each with an interval of 1 minute. If the scores are same even after extra time will be decided by Golden raid where one team will be selected by toss of coin. The team who wins the toss will be allowed to do the Golden raid and will be considered the winner if the raider can cross the life line only.
    • f) Weight category: Below 55kg for under 17 Boys and below 70Kg for under 19 boys. The maximum deviation allowed will be 200gms only.
  10. KARATE

    (For sub Junior & Junior Boys and Girls)

    The championships will be conducted based on the Rules & Regulations of world karate Federation and Karate Association if India.

    • a) There should be only one participant in each weight category from each state.
    • b) Entries by name will be submitted in duplicate in the enclose from during accreditation.
    • c) No changes or re-arrangement of contestants will be allowed after the entries are submitted. A contestant who falls to qualify at any stage will be disqualified and no other contestant can be substituted in his/her place.
    • d) A contestant must fit exactly in to his/her weight category and cannot contest in a higher or lower weight category. Each contestant shall be permitted upon the scale only one during the official weigh-in. If the contestant’s weight is above or below the prescribed limits of that weight category, he/she shall be disqualified.
    • e) Maximum tolerance allowed above or below the weight category will be 200 grams.
    • f) Weight-in shall be conducted on the same day on which matches in that category will be played.
    • g) All matches will be of 2 (two) minutes duration in case of U14 and U17 boys and girls
    • h) Any contestant and / or officials who by work. Action or deed disturb and/ or interrupts the smooth and normal conduct of the championships will be liable for IMMEDIATE disqualification.
      • Weight Categories for under 14 boys: Less than 20Kg, 20-25Kg,25-30Kg, 30-35Kg, 35-40Kg, 40-45Kg, 45-50Kg, 50-55Kg,55-60Kg and more than 60Kg.
      • Weight Categories for under 14 Girls: Less than 18Kg,18-22Kg,22-24Kg, 24-26Kg, 26-30Kg, 30-34Kg, 34-38Kg, 38-42Kg, 42-46Kg, 46-50Kg and more than 50Kg.
      • Weight Categories for under 17 Boys: Less than 35Kg, 35-40Kg, 40-45Kg, 45-50Kg, 50-54Kg,54-58Kg, 58-62Kg, 62-66Kg, 66-70Kg, 70-74Kg, 74-78Kg,78-82Kg and more than 82Kg.
      • Weight Categories for under 17 Girls: Less than 32Kg, 32-36Kg, 36-40Kg, 40-44Kg, 44-48Kg, 48-52Kg, 52-56Kg, 56-60Kg, 60-64Kg, 64-68Kg and more than 68Kg.
      • Weight - in:
        Trial Weight : Every day from 6am to 7am
        Final Weight : Every day from 7am to 8am
  11. SHOOTING - (OPEN REGISTRATION)

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)
    • a) There will be three events which are .177 open sight Air Rifle 10 Meters,.177 Peep Air Rifle 10 Meters and .177 Air Pistol 10 Meters.
    • b) The Number of shots to be fired will be 60 and the time allotted will be 90 minutes.
    • c) The maximum number of participants will be three from each state.
    • d) Each player can participate in only one event.
  12. SKATING

    (For all six categories of boys and girls)

    The event will be conducted as per the rules and the regulations of RSFI (Roller Skating Federation of India). However, the rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.

    • a) The team will consist of 6 members in each category: three in “Quad” and three for “inline”.
    • b) One can participate in two events only.
    • c) Every participant must follow the dress code.
    • d) The chief referee has the right to change the game plan as and when required.
    • e) Competitors must wear shorts and matching short –sleeved shirts or one-piece , short-sleeved outfits. Bare midriff uniforms are prohibited. Skaters will be issues two chest numbers: One number will be placed on the back with the other number to be place on the left thigh of the participant.
    • f) No interchange of categories is permitted i.e.> those in “Quad” cannot play in Inline and vice versa.
    • g) The details of the events and participants per event is given below
    • NAME OF THE EVENT QUAD INLINE
      DETAILS OF THE EVENT RINK I RINK II ROAD RACE RINK III RINK IV RINK V ROAD RACE
      DISTANCE IN METERS 300M 1000M 3000M 300M 500M 1000M 500M
      GROUP BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS
      TOTAL NO.OF PARTICIPANT IN ALL CATEGORIES 03 03 03 03
  13. SWIMMING & DIVING

    (FOR ALL SIX CATEGORIES OF BOYS AND GIRLS)
    • a) Only two participants are allowed from each state in each event.
    • b) A participant can compete only in 3 events excluding the relays.
    • c) The costumes of all competitors and trainers shall be in good moral taste. They must be non-transparent.
    • d) The referee has the authority to exclude any competitor, whose costume does not conform to this standard.
    • e) There shall be Technical Committee o oversee the smooth conduct of the competition.
    • f) Duties of the Technical Committee:
      1. I. To ensure the rules for swimming and implement them as per the SFI(Swimming Federation of India)
      2. II. To ensure the rules for swimming and implement them as per the SFI(Swimming Federation of India)
      3. III. To ensure the specifications of the pool as per the national standard.
      4. IV. To ensure that the participants have suitable swimming suit, chest numbers and the lanes for the competition.
      5. V. To deal with any dispute or indiscipline during the event.
      6. VI. To provide emergency medical aid for the participants.
      7. VII. To ensure that the event is conducted by the qualified officials.
      8. VIII. To ensure the accurate distance for all the events in the respective disciplines.
      9. IX. To ensure that there are referees for each lane to avoid any disputes.
      10. X. To ensure that the timekeeper keeps the record of the timings clocked during the competition and displays them on the display board.
      11. XI. To ensure that disputes, if any, are submitted to the Jury of Appeal in the proper way.
    • g) Disqualification, if, any can be made only by the official in charge for a valid and grave reason.
    • h) A swimmer is not permitted to wear any device or use any substance, which may help his/ her speed or buoyancy.
    • i) Goggles may worn and rubdown oil is applied for safety measures, if approved by the Referee.
    • j) The participants cannot grasp the lane dividers to assist his/her forward motion.
    • k) Official:
      1. I. Referee
      2. II. Time Keepers(lane wise)
      3. III. Lane Judges
      4. IV. Recorders
      5. V. Starter
      6. VI. Clerk of Course
      7. VII. Stroke judge with Turn Judges
      8. VIII. Announcer
    • l) Details of the event for swimming: U14 Boys and Girls : 50, 100,200 and 400 meters Free style, 50, 100&200 meters Breast stroke, 50,100&200 meter Back stroke ,50 ,100&200 meter Butterfly, 4*100 meter Freestyle Relay and 4*100 meters Medley relay, 200 meter individual Medley.

      U17& U19 Boys and Girls : 50, 100,200,400,800 and 1500 meters Free style, 50, 100&200 meters Breast stroke, 50,100&200 meter Back stroke ,50 ,100&200 meter Butterfly, 4*100 meter Freestyle Relay and 4*100 meters Medley relay, 200 meter individual Medley.

    • m) Details of the event for Diving: U14 Boys and Girls: Spring Board 3m, High Board and High board 1m.

      U17& u19 Boys and Girls: Spring Board 3m, Spring Board 1m and High board 1m.

  14. LAWN TENNIS

    (FOR ALL SIX CATEGORIES OF BOYS AND GIRLS)
    • a) The game will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of AITF ( All India Tennis Federation).
    • b) Two Singles and one Doubles will be conducted in the Team game category
    • c) Each team will consist of a minimum three and a maximum of 5 members for the team game.
    • d) Every participant must follow the dress code, colour as per the Region T Shirts will collar, Shorts, Tennis skirt for girls, non making Tennis shoes, personal tennis racquets etc. must e taken care of.
    • e) All the players should be ready to play in flood lights, if required.
    • f) The format of Team matches: One Singles followed by doubles and then Singles, if required.
    • g) The winning team will be decided on "best of three "games.
    • h) In case of Individual Singles event each region can nominate two players each. The singles event will be conducted under Knock out system.
  15. Table Tennis

    (FOR ALL SIX CATEGORIES OF BOYS AND GIRLS)

    The game will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of TTFI(Table tennis Federation of India) .

    • a) The team will consist of minimum three and maximum five members in each category.
    • b) Only Singles match will be played in all categories.
    • c) Every participant must follow the dress code. (T-shirt colour must not be white).
    • d) All the games will be played in League cum-knock out basis.
    • e) A set is one when one of the players first score 11 points. In the event of both players scoring 10 points, a set is to be won by the first player to gain a 2- point led. A fill match is won when a player or pair wins the best of 3 sets in case of U14 category whereas in case U17 and U19 it will be for best of 5 sets.
  16. Throw ball

    (For Junior and Senior Girls)

    The game will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of TFI(Throw ball Federation of India). However, the rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.

    • a) Every participant must follow the dress code.
    • b) Each team will consist of 9 players and 3 substitutes.
    • c) The team must carry a standard prescribed full- size throw ball while reporting for the match.
    • d) Each set will be 15 points relay and each match best of 3 sets.
    • e) Five substitutions are permitted maximum per team per set.
  17. Volley Ball

    (For Junior and Senior Boys & Girls)
    • a) The game will be conducted as per the rules and regulations of VFI(Volleyball federation of India). However, the rules maybe changed according to the local needs and situations.
    • b) Every participant must follow the dress code.
    • c) Each team will consist of 12 players.
    • d) The team must carry a standard prescribed full- size Volley Ball while reporting for the match.
    • e) Each set will be 25 points relay and each match best of 3 sets.
  18. Yoga

    (For all categories of boys and girls)

    The event will be conducted as per the rules and the regulations of YFI (Yoga Federation of India). However, the rules may be changed according to the local needs and situations.

    • a) The team will consist of seven members. (A minimum of three members and maximum of seven members)out of which five members will be for the team game , one member for the Artistic Yoga event and one member for the Rhythmic Yoga event.
    • b) The competition divided into three categories which are Group competition, individual Artistic Yoga Competition and individual rhythmic Yoga competition.
      (i) The Group of Competition will include the following asanas
      Group A
      1. 1. Paschimottanasana
      2. 2. Sarvangasana
      3. 3. Matsyasana
      4. 4. Dhanurasana(Competitor can perform Purna Dhanurasana)
      5. 5. Purna Matsendrasana
      6. 6. Uttanapadasana
      Group B
      1. 1. Purnachakrasana
      2. 2. Kukutasana
      3. 3. Garbhasana
      4. 4. Bhumasana
      5. 5. Purnasalabhasana
      Group C
      1. 1. Sankhyasana
      2. 2. Vyaghrasana
      3. 3. Urdhava Kukutasana
      4. 4. Shirshasana
      5. 5. Utthit Padahastasana
      6. 6. Utthit Titivasana

      The asanas of group A to be performed and retained for 2.30 minutes.

      The asanas of Group B can be performed and retained for 30 seconds.

      The asanas of Group C can be performed and retained for 20 seconds.

      At the time of competition asasnas from Group A and B will be decided by draw system on the spot. While Group C any one can be selected by the competitor. Three compulsory asanas are to be performed in the given list of Group A, B and C. In addition to this, two any other asasnas of the Competitor’s choice is to be performed excluding compulsory asanas. Total 5 asanas are to be performed by all the competitor. Each team will comprise of five participants. A competitor will be allowed maximum of three attempts for optional asanas in Group C and own choice. No choice will be given for Group A and Group B.

    • (ii) Individual Artistic and Yoga Competition

      The player will have to perform any five asanas of their choice from the following.

      1. 1. Vrishhikasana
      2. 2. Standing linkarasana
      3. 3. Natarajasana
      4. 4. Sthambh Sirasan(Dhruvasana)
      5. 5. Dhwajasana
      6. 6. UtthitDwipad Skandasana
      7. 7. Kand Pidanasana

      Holding time of each asana is 15 seconds for all groups and categories. In addition, the participants have to chant Omkar(exhale) for twice. One competitor from each region will be allowed.

    • (iii) Individual Rhythmic Yoga Competition

      In this competition the competitor has to perform not less than 8 and not more than 15 asanas within maximum 2.30 minutes.

      1. 1. The competitor has to perform various asanas i.e forward bending, backward bending, balancing, front and sitting postures in all four directions with music.
      2. 2. One competitor from each region will be allowed.
      3. 3. The asanas and body movement should be synchronized with music.
      4. 4. If a competitor takes more time i.e more than 2.30 minutes, point will be deducted.