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  At- Biju Patnaik Indoor Stadium, KIIT University, BHUBANESWAR, ODISHA

HOST: Odisha Kho Kho Association, with support from the Sports and Youth Services Department, Government of Odisha, and KIIT (deemed University) and under the aegis of the Kho Kho Federation of India.

*     Over 700 players of 60 teams from states and union territories will vie for the crown in the boys and girls category.
*     Teams have been divided into eight groups each for both boys and girls.
*     Competition will be held first in the group stages before the action moves to the knock-out rounds to decide the winners.
*     Host Odisha are drawn in group D in the boys category, along with Karnataka, Bihar, MP and Meghalaya, while in the girls category, Odisha are placed in group E, along with Andhra Pradesh, Manipur and Jammu & Kashmir.
*     The national championship will also serve as the qualifier for the 4th Khelo India Youth Games to be held in Panchkula (Haryana) next year.
*     Odisha is the reigning champion in the sub-junior girls category.
*     Earlier, Odisha hosted the Sub-junior National Championships in 2016-17 at KIIT and is hosting the junior nationals for the first time.

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