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Please provide me syllabus and admission process for Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut.
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Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut (formerly, Meerut University) was found in 1965. The University celebrated its silver jubilee in 1991.

Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut offers Bachelor of physical education program.

Admission Procedure:-


Admission to B.P.Ed course shall be done on the basis of Entrance test it consist of:-

Physical fitness test- Modified AAPHERD Test shall be conducted for this purpose.

Sports achievements in last three years (on the basis of certificates).

Written test and Interview.

Medium Of Instructions
Hindi / English

The syllabus is available at the given attachment.

Contact detail:-

Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut
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Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut BPED programme details are as given below:

Bachelor of Physical Education BPED

MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS
Hindi / English

THEORY PAPERS
There shall be six theory papers, each paper shall carry 100 marks, out of which 20 marks shall be the sessional.

PRACTICAL
Practical of this course shall be in THREE categories.(Total shall be of 800 Marks)
A). Proficiency in games and sports (300 Marks)
B). Teaching ability (300 Marks)
C). Allied areas (200 Marks)

A). Proficiency in games and sports:- It shall have THREE parts:-
(i). Athletics.
(ii). Gymnastics & Yoga
(iii). Game of Specialization
Each part shall carry 100 marks, out of which 20 marks shall be sessionals.

B). Teaching ability:- It shall have THREE parts:-
(i). General Lesson Plan (on play grounds)
(ii) Special lesson Plan (on play grounds)
(iii). Theory lesson Plan (in classroom).
CCSU BPED detailed information
(B.P.Ed)
ORDINANCES
The B.P.Ed (Bachelor of Physical Education) is a teacher education course and shall be of one
year duration. Candidates shall appear in the final examination at the end of each academic session.
REQUIREMENT FOR ADMISSION
Norms and standards prescribed by NCTE /UGC/State Government or any other competent body for
admission to B.P.Ed. Course shall be followed.
The nature of B.P.Ed course is such that it involves vigerous physical activity as such physically
handicapped persons are not allowed to take admission in this course. It is also compulsory for the
women candidates to sign an undertaking that they will discontinue the course atonce if they get pregnant
during the course of study.
Note:- Institution cannot lower the admission requirements set by above mentioned agencies. However
they can raise it on the basis of availability of candidates.
ADMISSION PROCEDURE:-
Admission to B.P.Ed course shall be done on the basis of Entrance test, which will consist of:-
1. Physical fitness test- Modified AAPHERD Test shall be conducted for this purpose. (Details of
test items and norms are attached with syllabus).
2. Sports achievements in last three years (on the basis of certificates).
3. Written test and Interview.
Entrance test MUST BE conducted by those experts who are eligible to be appointed as examiners
in B.P.Ed COURSE.
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS
Hindi / English
THEORY PAPERS
There shall be six theory papers, each paper shall carry 100 marks, out of which 20 marks shall be the
sessional.
PRACTICAL
Practical of this course shall be in THREE categories.(Total shall be of 800 Marks)
A). Proficiency in games and sports (300 Marks)
B). Teaching ability (300 Marks)
C). Allied areas (200 Marks)
A). Proficiency in games and sports:- It shall have THREE parts:-
(i). Athletics.
(ii). Gymnastics & Yoga
(iii). Game of Specialization
Each part shall carry 100 marks, out of which 20 marks shall be sessionals.
B). Teaching ability:- It shall have THREE parts:-
(i). General Lesson Plan (on play grounds)
(ii) Special lesson Plan (on play grounds)
(iii). Theory lesson Plan (in classroom).
Each part shall carry 100 marks, out of which 20 marks shall be sessionals. Candidates are required to
take 5 practice lessons for each part separately. Sessionals marks will be awarded on the basis of their
performance in practice lessons.
C). Allied areas:- This shall also have THREE parts:- (Total 200 Marks)
(i). Performance in Games (other than specialization, 80 Marks)
(ii). Camping ( 20 Marks)
(iii)(A) Test & Measurement Practical (50 Marks) & (B) Computer Practical (50 Marks)
(i). Performance in games (other than specialization):- it shall include all the games prescribed in the
syllabus except those covered under Category ‘A’ (Proficiency in sports). This part will carry 80 marks
and shall be assessed internally.
(ii). Camping:- Students are required to attend a Leadership training camp of at least 8 days duration.
This part shall carry 20 marks and it shall be assessed internally.
(iii) (A) Test & Measurement Practical:- (50 Marks) :- It shall include the procedure of marking play
grounds, taking measurements- (time, distance, weight, blood pressure, body temperature, pulse rate,
percentage of body fat, respiratory rate, anthropometrics measurements of body parts). Candidates is
required to demonstrate the markings and measurements etc practically.
This part shall carry total 50 marks, (External 40 marks and 10 marks sessional)
(iii)(B) Computer practical:- (50 Marks) Students are required to give practical examination on the
topic studied under computer application in theory Paper VI.
This part shall carry total 50 marks, (External 40 marks and 10 marks sessional)
THE PASSING MARKS STATUS IN EXAMINATION
i). Ist Division – 60% and above marks.
ii). IInd Division – 48% and above but below 60%.
iii). IIIrd Division – 36% and above but below 48%.
Note:- (a). Aggregate marks, 36% are essentials to pass the examination. (b). Over all division shall be
calculated adding both theory and practical marks.
BACK PAPER / IMPROVEMENT
Candidates can re-appear as private candidates (Exempted students) in theory / practical examination.
EXAMINERS
The examiners both in theory and practical must be from the teaching department of B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed. and
have atleast 3 years experience of teaching the subject at the B.P.Ed level or above level. Three (3)
external examiners for proficiency in sports (one for each part), THREE external examiner for teaching
ability (one for each part) and one external examiner for Test & Measurement practical and Computer
Practical along with ONE internal examiners for each part of proficiency in sports, teaching ability and
Test and Measurement & Computer Practical separately shall form the panel of examiners in the final
year examinations.
COURSE OF STUDY
Theory papers
i). History and Foundations of physical education.
ii). Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology in physical education.
iii). Management in physical education.
iv). Coaching and officiating in games and sports.
v). Health education and recreation in physical education.
vi). Statistics and Computer Application in physical education.
Practical:-
A). proficiency in games and sports:-
i). Athletics.
ii). Gymnastics and yoga
iii). Game of specialization (any one game) Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, football, Handball, hockey,
Kabaddi, Kho-Kho and Volleyball.
B). Teaching ability
i). General Lesson Plan
ii). Special Lesson Plan
iii). Theory Lesson Plan
C). Allied areas
i). Performance in games other than specialisation
ii). Camping
iii). Test and Measurement practical & Computer Practical
Paper-I
History and Foundation of Physical Education
Unit-1
Chapter-I
Physical Education in India before Independence
Indus valley civilization, Vediv period, Epic period, Buddhist period, medieval period.
British Period:- YMCA College of Physical Education, Madras, Christian College of Physical Education,
Lucknow, H.V.P Mandal, Amravati.
Chapter-II
Physical Education in India after Independence
Governing bodies & Policies of Physical education and sports
I.O.C., I.O.A., S.N.I.P.E.S., S.A.I., U.G.C., N.C.T.E., N.A.A.C.
Policies:- Kothari Commission, New Education Policy, National Policy on sports, Sports policy of Uttar
Pradesh Govt.
Chapter-III
Schemes & Awards related to Physical Education & Sports
Rajkumari Amrit Kaur coaching scheme, N.P.E.D., N.S.O., Special Area Games
Arjuna Award, Dronacharya Award, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, Maulana Azad Trophy, Laxman
Award, Rani Laxmibai Award.
Unit-2
Chapter-I
History of Physical Education in Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Denmark, Germany, Sweden and
U.S.A.
Chapter-II
Ancient Olympic Games:- Historical background, Awards, Decline & termination of games.
Modern Olypic Games:- Revival, charter, aim, objectives, spirit, motto, torch, flag, opening and closing
ceremonies
Chapter-III
Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, SAF Games, Afro-Asian Games:- Historical background, Its role
for regional co-operation and peace.
Unit-3
Chapter-I
Concept of Education:- Meaning, definition, aim and objectives
Physical Education:- Meaning, definition, scope, aim and objectives
Physical Education as an art and science
Philosophical principles:- Idealism, Naturalism, Pragmatism
Chapter-II
Biological Principles:-
Growth and Development:- meaning, definition, principles, factors affecting( heredity & environmental)
Difference between growth and development
Anatomical and physiological difference between male and female
Age:- Chronological , Anatomical, Physiological and mental & their implication in physical education
Chapter-III
Sociological foundation:- Introduction
Society, marriage, community, custom, folkways
Social control group ( primary & secondary, crowd & public)
Social stratification:- Social class and caste.
Unit-4
Chapter-I
Psychological foundation:- Introduction
Individual differences, attitude, aggression, anxiety and attention
Body types:- Kretchmer & Sheldon’s classification.
Personality:- meaning, definition, characteristics & dimensions ( physical, mental, social & emotional)
Factors affecting personality.
Chapter-II
Motivation:- Meaning, definition, importance, types ( extrinsic & intrinsic )
Method of motivation
Chapter-III
Learning:- meaning, theories and laws
Learning curve:- Stages & how to overcome plateau
Transfer of training (Positive, Negative & zero) , theories, factors affecting.
Paper-II
Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology in Physical Education
Unit-1
Chapter-I
Anatomy:- Meaning, need and importance
Cell:- definition, meaning, structure, function, shapes and Cell division.
Tissue:- Definition, classification, structure, functions and types
Blood:- Compostion, function and coagulation
Chapter-II
Skeletal system:- Function, types of bones,
Major bones of the body and their location
Chapter-III
Muscular system:- Types muscles, structure and function of skeletal muscle
Major muscle of the body and their locations
Unit-2
Chapter-I
Physiology:- Meaning, need and importance
Essential properties of living organism
Chapter-II
Structure and functions of:- Respiratory system, circulatory system
and digestive system
Chapter-III
Brief introduction to structure and functions of nervous system, endocrine system, excretory system and
reproductive system
Unit-3
Chapter-I
Exercise Physiology:- Meaning, need and importance
Physiological concept of health and fitness
Second wind, oxygen debt, cardiac output, stroke volume
Chapter-II
Effects of exercise on respiratory system,
Circulatory system and muscular system
Chapter-III
Brief introduction to nerve control of muscular activity
Energy production for muscular activity
Unit-4
Chapter-I
Kinesiology:- Definition, fundamental and applied, aim and objectives, need and importance
Axis and Plane
Joints of the body, types of joints and their movements
Chapter-II
Proximal and distal attachments (origin & insertion) and actions of the following muscles.
Pectrolis major, Deltoid, biceps, triceps, lattismus dorsi, rectus abdominis, sartorius, gastrocnemius,
quadriceps & hamstring group of muscles
Types of muscle contraction, angle of pull, all or none law, reciprocal innervations.
Chapter-III
Mechanical principles of motor movements:- Need and importance
Levers and their application to human body
Equilibrium and its role in games and sports
Force and its application in sports activities
Motion:- Laws of motion and its application in sports activites.
Paper-III
Management in Physical Education
Unit-1
Chapter-I
Management:- meaning, definition, importance, philosophy, aims & objectives, Principles of
management.
Functions of Management:- planning, organising, administration and evaluation,
Schemes of Organization:- School, College, University. Uttar Pradesh Govt latest orders regarding the
finance and composition of games committee in Colleges.
Chapter-II
Supervision:- meaning, definition, principles of supervision. Qualities of physical education
supervisor.Techniques of supervision:- visitation – types and process, demonstration – meaning and
importance, conference, bulletins, in-service program, personal counselling.
Chapter-III
Public relation:- definition, need, importance, principles, techniques. Methods of promoting physical
education (demonstration, play day, exhibition
Unit-2
Chapter-I
Teaching methods:- meaning, types and factor affecting it. Presentation technique:- meaning and factors
affecting it.Teaching aids in physical education. Command and formations:- meaning and types. Lesson
plan:- types, objectives and various parts.
Chapter-II
Leadership:- meaning, definition, qualities of a leader. Qualification, qualities of physical education
teacher.
Organisation and conduct of competition. Intramurals & Extramurals
Tournaments (fixture):- knockout, league, combination and challenge type, their merits and demerits
Chapter-III
Facilities & Equipments:- care & maintenance, principles of purchasing equipments, Budget:- meaning,
definition, preparation, principles of making budget.Office management:- meaning and principles
Unit-3
Chapter-I
Evaluation:- meaning, definition, principle, nature and scope
Tests & Measurement:- meaning, definition and need
Criteria for the selection of a test, Types of test:- subjective and objective
Classification of pupil, importance and methods of classification.
Chapter-II
Test of games (skills):-
Hockey:- Harbans singh field hockey test
Football:- McDonald soccer test
Volleyball:- Brady volleyball test
Basketball:- Johnson’s basketball test
Badminton:- Miller Volley test
Chapter-III
Tests for fitness components:-
Strength:- Kraus Weber test
Speed:- 50meter sprint
Leg Power:- Sargent jump
Abdominal endurance: Sit-ups
Flexibility:- Sit and reach test
Agility:- Shuttle run (4x10yards)
.
Unit-4
Chapter-I
Test for organic function:- Harvard Step test, Cooper’s 12 minute run/walk test
Test for motor fitness:- AAPHER & JCR test
Chapter-II
Measurement of nutritional status:- Pelidisi formula
Measurement of percentage body fat:- skin fold measurement
Chapter-III
Assessment of health related physical fitness
Assessment of coordinative ability
Paper-IV
Coaching and Officiating in Sports and Games
Unit-1
Chapter-I
Coaching:- Meaning & definition
Sports training- meaning, definition, aims, objectives,
Characteristics and principles.
Chapter-II
Coach:- Qualification, qualities, characteristics and responsibilities
Warming up, Conditioning, Cooling down --- Meaning, benefits and significance
Fitness:- Meaning and components of physical fitness, motor fitness and health related physical fitness.
Chapter-III
Load and Recovery:- Meaning, factors-intensity & volume, judgement of load.
Over load:- Meaning and tackling over load
Recovery:- Phases, means and factors affecting recovery
Unit-2
Chapter-I
Training methods:- Development of components of physical fitness and motor fitness through following
training methods ( continuous method, interval method, circuit method, fartlek/speed play and weight
training)
Chapter-II
Development of Techniques and Tactics
Psychological preparation of team and individual sports persons
Chapter-I
Concept of different training periods:- Periodisation-Preparatory, Competition and Transition periods and
their aim and objectives.
Preparing coaching schedule – Yearly and Short term.
Unit-3
Chapter-I
Officiating- Meaning and principles
Reasons for poor officiating and their remedies
Chapter-II
Duties of officials:- Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Handball, Hockey,
Kabaddi, Kho-Kho and Volleyball.
Chapter-III
Marking of Track/Field/Court/ground for following: - Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket,
Football, Handball, Hockey, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho and Volleyball.
Unit-4
Chapter-I
Rules and their interpretations of events in Athletics.
Chapter-II
Rules and their interpretations of larger area games:- Cricket, Football, Handball and Hockey.
Chapter-III
Rules and their interpretations of small area games:- Badminton, Basketball, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho and
Volleyball.
Paper-V
Health Education and Recreation in Physical Education
Unit-1
Chapter-I
Health:- Meaning, definition of W.H.O, Importance
Health education:- Meaning, definition, aim, objectives, scope, principles and importance.
Hygiene:- Meaning, definition, personal hygiene.
Chapter-II
Posture- Meaning, types, Importance of good posture, causes of bad posture
Prevention and remedial measures.
Postural deformities- kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, knoch-knee, bow-leg flat foot and their corrections.
Chapter-III
Obesity- Meaning, general problems, health related risk factors, factors of obesity.
Over weight- meaning, causes, prevention and remedial measures.
Unit-2
Chapter-I
Sports Injuries:- Common sports injuries ( sprain, strain, contusion, abrasions, laceration, fractures and
their causes, prevention and treatment. P.R.I.C.E
Chapter-II
Communicable diseases, malaria, typhoid, viral hepatitis (A,B.C) T.B, S.T.D, viral fever (dengue,
chickengunia) causes, prevention and treatment.
Pollution- (Air, water and noise) meaning, causes and remedial measures.
Chapter-III
Ergogenic Aid:- meaning and its classification-Nutritional, Physiological, Mechanical, Pharmacological.
Doping:- Meaning, concept, prevention and World Anti Doping Agency, Prohibited doping substances.
Drug Abuse, Taking illegal drugs, Illegal taking of legal drugs
Sanitation:- meaning, types and importance
Unit-3
Chapter-I
Nutrition-Meaning and functions. Balanced diet-meaning, Energy fuel, Daily energy requirements,
Carbohydrate, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals and water.
Malnutrition and adulteration
Chapter-II
Massage:- Definition, meaning, effects-physiological and psychological.
Massage manipulations.
Therapeutic Exercises:- importance, Classification- Active Movement ( free, assisted, reassisted), Passive
Movement (relaxed & forced)
Rehabilitation:- meaning and importance
Chapter-III
Therapeutic modalities:- cold therapy, infrared, contrast bath, wax bath.
First Aid:-Meaning, definition, Principles. First aid in drowning, snake bite, burns, electric shock.
Unit-4
Chapter-I
Recreation:- Meaning, definition, characteristics, aim, objectives, types,
Significance in modern society, agencies providing recreation.
Chapter-II
Camping (outdoor education), Meaning, aim, objectives, importance, types, organization, factors
affecting, educational values of camp, leadership training.
Chapter-III
Play:- Meaning, definition, theories, significance of theories of play in Physical Education.
Paper-VI
Statistics & Computer Application in Physical Education
Unit-1
Chapter-I
Meaning of Statistics, Parametric and Non parametric statistics. Need and
Importance of Statistics in Physical Education.
Chapter-II
Data:’ Nominal,Ordinal and Interval. Frequency Tables, Meaning, Construction and
uses. Graphical representation of Data: Meaning, Uses and Techniques.
Chapter-III
Percentiles: Meaning, Uses and Calculations.
Z score, Zigma scales and calculations.
Unit-2
Chapter-I
Measures of Central Tendency: Meaning, Uses and Calculation from Frequency
tables.Measures of variability- Standard Deviation, Quartile deviation and its
calculations
Chapter-II
Population and sample, Sampling techniques. Normal Probability curve, Properties.
Correlations- Meaning and uses, product moment and rank order correlation
Chapter-III
Comparison of means:- meaning and uses, t-test (dependent & independent),
Calculations of t-test. F-test meaning and uses, One way Analysis of Variance and
its calculations. Post-hoc tests- meaning and uses.
Unit-3
Chapter-I
Meaning, need and importance of information and communication technology (ICT). Application of
Computers in Physical Education
Chapter-II
Operating systems, Major components of operating system, Hardware and software. Concept of an active
window, Icons, Buttons and Task bar,
Chapter-III
Creating Folders, Copying and Moving items, Deleting items,
Creating Shot-cuts on desktops.
Ms Word, Formatting, Inserting, Creating, Bullets, Numbers,
Spell Checks and Printing.
Unit-4
Chapter-I
Ms Excels basics, Editing Cells Contents,
Applications of Simple Formula on physical Education related examples,
Useful Functions with reference to Physical Education.
Chapter-II
Power Point presentation, Making of slides with reference to officiating
and scoring in competitions
Internet: Network, World Wide Web (www). Browsing, search engines,
Chapter-III
Electronic mail, Information retrieval, Websites,
Hyper text transfer protocol (http).
Computer crime and Computer ethics.
PRACTICAL- B.P.ED
A. Proficiency in games and sports
(i)Athletics :-
Races (Sprints, hurdles,relays,middle distance & long distance)
Techniques:- Start, finish,baton exchange, clearance of hurdle, step rhythm in hurdle race, pace
running.
Throws:- Shot Put, Discus Throw and Hammer Throw. Technique of throws-Grip, Delivery stance,
Delivery action/movements, the release and reverse.
Jumps:- Long Jump, High jump and Pole vault. Technique of jumps- approach run, take off, flight
phase, movement in the air and landing
(ii) Gymnastics and Yoga:-
Gymnastics:- Floor exercises, Parallel bar, Horizontal bar, Pommel horse, Vaulting horse, Roman
rings, Uneven bar, Balancing beam where ever applicable to Men and Women.
Yoga:- Asanas- Suryanamaskar, Bhujagasana, Paschimottasana, vajrasana, tadasana, sarvangasana,
halasana, dhanurasana, chakrasana, gomukhasana, matsyasana, padmasana, mayurasana,
shalabhasana, sheershasana.
(iii) Game of Specialisation:- Any one game from the following:- Badminton, Basketball, Cricket,
Football, Handball, Hockey, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Volleyball.
Badminton:- Service - high lob and short service, Over head toss, back hand toss, back hand drop,
under arm clear, smash, drive. Basic tactics- offensive and defensive.
Basketball:- Ball handling & Player’s stance, Passing and Receiving, Chest pass, bounce pass,
overhead pass, Shooting-lay up shot, set shot, jump shot, Dribbling- High, low and reverse, Pivoting,
Parallel and stride stop, Offensive and defensive rebounding, Offense and defense.
Cricket:- Batting-forward & backward defense, straight drive, square cut, pull. Bowling:- Medium
pace, good length ball, in swing and out swing, leg break, off break, goggle. Fielding- catching, long
barrier. Wicket keeping, Basic tactics- offensive and defensive.
Football:-Kicking-Instep kick, push pass, full volley, half volley, lofted kick. Trapping- by sole of
foot, by instep of foot, by thigh by chest. Heading, Skills of taking throw-in, corner kick, penalty kick.
Basic tactics- offense and defense .
Handball:- Ball handling and passing( base ball, wrist, side reverse, bounce) Receiving, Dribbling,
Shooting- overhead, jump shot, dive shot. Faking, Basic tactics- Offense and defense.
Hockey:- Hitting, stopping, dribbling, flick, scoop & its variations. Skills of taking penalty corner,
penalty stroke, goal keeping, Basic tactics- Offensive and defensive.
Kabaddi:-Catches (wrist,knee, ankle and thigh catch). Raiding skills ( touching with hand, leg thrust,
front kick, sidekick, mule kick. Basic tactics- offensive and defensive.
Kho-Kho:- Chasing – giving kho,getting up, pole dive, diving. Running- single and double chain,
ring formation. Basic tactics- offensive and defensive.
Volleyball:- Service- under arm, tennis, floating and jump service. Passes- volley pass, dig pass, back
roll volley, side roll dig one handed. Spike- straight spike, spike on high ball and low ball. Blocking- sinle and double block. Basic tactics- offensive and defensive.
B. Teaching Ability
1. General lesson :- Teaching the light apparatus activities such as dumb-bell, lezium, wands, Indian
clubs, hoops, bamboo drill, bharatiyam exercises, pyramids etc are to be included.
2. Special lesion :- Teaching any skill or technique or its parts in the following games are to be
included. (Athletics, gymnastics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Handball, Hockey,
Kabaddi, Kho-Kho and Volleyball).
3. Theory lesson: It is class room teaching from the physical education theory syllabus of C.B.S.E or
I.C.S.E or U.P Board. For reference a model syllabus for theory lesson is attached separately.
C. Allied Areas
(i). Performance in games (other than specialization):-
Proficiency in eight games from the list of nine games (one game shall be the Game of
specialization) shall be tested.
(ii).Camping:- Students are required to attend a Leadership training camp of at least 8 days duration.
(iii) (A) Test & Measurement Practical:-It shall include the procedure of marking play grounds,
taking measurements-
(time, distance, weight, blood pressure, body temperature, pulse rate, percentage of body fat,
respiratory rate,
anthropometrics measurements of body parts). Candidates is required to demonstrate the markings
and measurements etc practically.
(iii)(B) Computer practical:- (50 Marks) Students are required to give practical examination on the
topic studied under computer application in theory Paper VI.
SYLLABUS FOR THEORY LESSON
Physical Education and Sports:- Meaning, aim and objective , need and importance, scope,
relationship of physical education with general education. Different courses in physical education and
coaching profession , important institution.
Growth and Development :- Meaning , principles, difference growth and development , stages
(prenatal, postnatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence adulthood, old age), factors affecting growth and
development(heredity and environmental), psychological characteristic of an adolescent , problems of
an adolescent, role of physical education and sports in solving the problem. Chronological age,
anatomical age, physiological age and mental age.
Olympic Games:- historical background, modern Olympic game, importance, aims of Olympic
movement, Olympic spirit and ideals, motto, Olympic flag and torch.
Fitness:- meaning, physical fitness, factors influencing physical fitness (warming up and cooling
down) and health related fitness. Benefits of exercises, effect of exercises on various systems in brief
(muscular, respiratory circulatory &digestive) fatigue, second wind, oxygen debt
Health education:- meaning, importance, principles, scope , dimension of health(physical, mental,
social, emotional, spiritual, vocational) Communicable diseases:- HIV/Aids, hepatitis(A,B,C),
Tuberculosis, Malaria Rabies(Systems transmission prevention and cure)
Pollution:- Air water sound(causes effects and remedial measures)
Drugs, Alcohol and tobacco
Family plan:- concept , purpose and methods
Nutrition:- meaning and importance, balance diet, functions, factors affecting, daily energy
requirement and elements of a balanced diet. Carbohydrates, proteins, fat, vitamins, minerals and
water their function, source and daily requirement
First aid:- meaning, definition and purpose, types , principles, functions. First aid for drowning ,
snake bites, contusion , abrasion, laceration, fracture
Posture:- meaning, type, importance of good posture, causes of poor posture, preventive and remedial
measure of poor posture.
Hygiene:- concept, importance, care of skin, mouth, nails and clothing
Obesity:-meaning,causes disadvantages and physical education in prevention.overweight.
Recreation:-meaning,aim and objective,types,importance.
Personality:-meaning,definitions and characteristics of personality.
Motivation:-meaning,types of motivation(intrinsic and extrinsic)
Sports injuries:-types,overuse,common sports injuries (introduction causes,treatment)
strain,sprain,contusion,abrasion,lacration,dosloca tion and fractures.
Anatomy and physology:-meaning and importance
Cell-definition,structure and function
Tissue-meaning,types,structure and function
Bones- types,structure and function
Joints-kinds of joints,structure,function
Muscles-types,structure,functions
Training methods:-circuit training,fartlek,interval training,weight training(isometric and
isokinematic exercise)
Play theories:-surplus energy,recreation,relaxation,recapitulation,self-expression and instinct.
Learning:-meaning,theories and laws,learning curve,transfer of learning.
Rehabilitation:-concepts,need and scope.
Massage:concepts,types,benefits
Leadership:-concepts,need and scope and importance
Teaching methods:-meaning,types,factors affecting.
Teaching aids:meaning,types,factors affecting.
Presentation techniques:-meaning,types,factors affecting
Time table:-definition,importancce and principles
Intramural and extramural:-concepts,need,scope,organization and importance.
Camping:-meaning,types,organization and importance
Classification of pupil’s:-meaning,methods,need and importance



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