We are warmly welcome and look forward to see who will be the host for the next year championship of the tournament?
  • All member institutions are eligible to bid for the hosting of the Championships (hereafter referred to as ‘bidding institutions’).
  • Bidding institutions must indicate their interest to the Executive Committee at least two weeks before the Grand Final round in which they intend to bid.
  • Bids must contain proposed Convener, Tournament Director and details pertaining to every aspect of a tournament.
  • Union may impose conditions on bids to be made tabled and passed by simple majority in Union Meeting. The Executive Committee is responsible for ensuring compliance.
  • Bids shall be presented to the Union in a sequence determined by a coin toss for a duration determined by the Union at the meeting. This will be followed by a question and answer session, where Union members will be allowed to obtain further details from the host on any aspect of the bid.
  • Upon completion of listening to all the bids, members of the Union will :
  • Ratify each Adjudication Core for every bid by simple majority separately before proceeding
  • Vote to award the Championships to a single institution. This will be determined by a simple majority. If a simple majority is not obtained after a round of voting, the member tallying the least votes will be eliminated from the bidding group, and the voting shall be performed, until there emerges one winner with a simple majority.
  • All awarded Championship bids will be subject to scrutiny at the Championship meeting immediately prior to the year of their being hosted.
  • The Union may reject this bid, under extraordinary circumstances, with a two thirds majority, but, only after exhausting every possible effort in providing assistance to the host if required, and after exhausting every possible effort to reach re-conciliation on (if any) contentious issues.
  • Bidding will be opened for the next year to any member of the Union at that Union meeting. In the absence of any prospective bidder, prospective institutions will be asked to contact the Executive Committee as soon as they can with their bid details, and an online session will be held to approve the bid.
  • In case of non-compliance to the defined standards in this Constitution and the rule book by the host, the Union retains the power to gauge impact of the non- compliance on the participants, and, based on that assessment take punitive action. This action can range from censure of the host, to a two year ban of the host from participating at future Championships. This will require a two thirds majority vote at a Union Meeting, and will only be applicable for the Championships to be held in the immediate future and not at the Championship where the Union Meeting is convened.