Sports & Management Research Institute (SMRI) is organizing SPORTY QUIZ, an online quiz contest to commemorate the 130th birth anniversary of Guru Dutt Sondhi, father of Asian Games. Rules & Regulations Anyone can participate in the SPORTY QUIZ contest. Entry is absolutely free There will be 2 rounds of competition First Round- First Round will […]
RAKESH RAJEEV is the founder and CEO of India’s fastest-growing sports apparel brand HYVE SPORTS. He is also the director of TIME Trivandrum and an alumnus of IIM-Ahmedabad. He is a knowledge bank in sports apparel making and sports retailing. During the COVID19, he shares his experience and insights with the sports enthusiasts regarding the FUTURE OF SPORTS RETAILING. We cordially invite you all to chat with RAKESH RAJEEV.
SMRI ANTI-CORONA TIC TAC TOE WORLD CUP is organized by Sports & Management Research Institute (SMRI), a global sports management and sports engineering research and training institute to engage and entertain the humanity during this tough time. Sport plays a vital role in the mental and physical wellbeing of human beings. But during the CORONA time, all the sporting activities are suspended across the world to control the spread of the virus.
Sports & Management Research Institute (SMRI) inducts BASIC COOKING as a compulsory subject in its sports management and Sports engineering curriculum to teach every student the basics of cooking and gender equality. As the first step, SMRI and Dar Es Salaam Resto are conducting a free basic cooking class for gents on 2020 March 5, 3.00 pm at Sasthamangalam, Trivandrum.
BICYCLE KRESH is a mechanical sport developed by the sports engineering students of SMRI. There will be two categories of competition- (1) Students and (2) Public. Winners will get the opportunity to break Guinness World Record and to get trained with top bicycle manufacturing companies.
Sporty Chat is an interactive session with renowned professionals working in the sports domain. Sporty Chat is organized by the sports management students of Sports & Management Research Institute (SMRI) with the objective of creating awareness about the sports industry. Entry to Sporty Chat sessions is free subject to availability of seats. Seats can be reserved in advance.