Ever thought what you would do if you got a chance to build your own IPL team? To use your knowledgeof the 'Big Game' and your sixth sense to create the perfect team that goes on to lift the coveted Trophy? To use permutations and combinations and make the best choice keeping in mind the huge investment that goes into putting together a winning team?To learn Strategizing ,Resource Management,Entrepreneurship,all at the same timein a full-filled Cricketing Event? This April,grab the chance to build your very own IPL team.This is an event for those who not only love Cricket but analyze it to the limits.This event lets you put your feet in the bootsof a bidder.You have to manage your budget along withpicking the right side. This event will constitute of 2 rounds.


This is the eliminator round.In this round the teams have to take a pen paper Quiz based on cricket ,to check their awareness about the cricket world.The questions will be strictly based on cricket.TOP ten teams with highest score will get qualified for the next round. Duration: 30 minutes

Final Round

This includes the real bidding mechanism.Going with the real mechanism of the IPL bidding,this round will contains 10 Teams.Each team will be given an equal amount of money(imaginary) for the bidding. The players will be assign base point and prize. Aim of the event is to build 18 with maximum points. Each teams will have to bid for a franchisee. Then , they are expected to assemble a team with a mix of Batsmen, Bowlers, All-rounders and wicket-keepers from a pool of players being auctioned. A list of all players available for the auction, along with their base price and value points will be provided to the teams of the beginning.The bidding for each player will begin at the base price.Team with highest value points at the end of the auction will be declared as the winner.


  • A team can have maximum 3 members.The team members should be from the same college.Multiple teams from the same college are allowed and encouraged.
  • A team should have at least one wicket-keeper.
  • No participant can be a part of more than one team.
  • Teams which do not abide by the rules and regulations can be disqualified at any phase of the event.
  • In case of any dispute, the decision of the judges and JNANAGNI organizing committee will be final and binding.


  • Guarav Singh(9870884273)
  • Yogesh Singh(7007055404)
  • Amit Yadav(8218297972)