(Last Updated on : 11/01/2014)
Table Tennis Associations in India helps to promote develop and enhance the prospect of Indian Table Tennis, a large number of National and State level associations have been established, so far in the country. The associations organise various international Table Tennis tournaments, as well. The Table Tennis Federation of India is headed by President Mr. Ajay Singh Chautala (M.P.) and Secretary-General Mr. D R. Choudhary.
The Andhra Pradesh Table Tennis Association of (APTTA)
is considered as the pioneer State Associations in India producing National and International players.
The Assam Table Tennis Association (ATTA)
is another state association in India that operates for the well being of Table Tennis in India
. This is a registered federation and it mainly encourages the Table Tennis players from Assam.
Bihar also has Table Tennis associations named as the Bihar Table Tennis Association (BTTA)
In Chattisgarh, the association is named as the ChhattisgarhTable Tennis Association (CTTA)
and it is responsible for giving a hike to the players, who want to pursue Table Tennis, as their career.
The Capital City of India, Delhi has an association named the Delhi Table Tennis Association (DTTA)
The Goa Table Tennis Association (GTTA)
is another state level association, working for the development of the game in the state.
The Gujarat State Table Tennis Association (GSTTA)
is one of the Table Tennis associations in India that is aimed at bringing up talented Table Tennis players from the state.
The Haryana Table Tennis Association (HTTA)
is working for promoting the game in the state.
In Jammu and Kashmir, the association is named as the Jammu and Kashmir Table Tennis Association (JKTTA)
The Jharkhand State Table Tennis Association (JSTTA)
is located beside Plaza Cinema.
The Table Tennis Association of Karnataka (TTAK)
is dedicated to produce top class Table Tennis players from the state.
Considered as one of the active Table Tennis associations in India, the Madhya Pradesh Table Tennis Association (MPTTA)
is well known.
Table Tennis Association (KTTA) is well known.
The Table Tennis players and enthusiasts of Manipur have also established their own state association. The association is named as the Manipur Table Tennis Association (MTTA)
Maharashtra is one of the most developed states in India and its state association for Table Tennis is named as the Maharashtra Table Tennis Association (MTTA)
One of the 'Seven Sister States' of India, Meghalaya has one of the Table Tennis associations in India. The state association is named as the Meghalaya Table Tennis Association (MTTA)
The Mizoram Table Tennis Association (MTTA)
is also working to promote the game in the state.
Nagaland association is named as the Nagaland Table Tennis Association (NTTA)
The North Bengal Table Tennis Association (NBTTA)
is operating from its office in Deshbandhu Para, Abanthakur Sarani, in Siliguri
Among the Table Tennis associations in India, the Orissa Table Tennis Association (OTTA)
is an important one.
In Puducherry, the association is named as the Puducherry State Table Tennis Association (PSTTA)
The PunjabTable Tennis Association (PTTA)
is working for developing the game in the state.
The state of Rajasthan has its own association for Table Tennis and the association is named as the Rajasthan Table Tennis Association (RTTA)
Apart from the above mentioned associations, there are also some other Table Tennis associations in India. Such associations include the Sikkim Table Tennis Association (STTA)
, The Andaman & Nicobar IslandTable Tennis Association (ANTTA)
Considered as one of the most important Table Tennis associations in India, the Bengal Table Tennis Association (BTTA)
has so far produced numerous talented Table Tennis players for India.