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Old June 8th, 2014, 02:35 PM
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Default Re: Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (K-TET) Syllabus

As you are looking for the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (K-TET) Syllabus of Category IV, so here I am sharing the same with you

Physical Education –

I. Foundation, Philosophy and History of Physical Education

a) Definition, aims and objectives of Physical Education - Scope and nature of Physical Education- Modern concept of Physical Education and its inter-disciplinary approach- Sports Sciences including Sports Medicine, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, Sports Psychology.

b) Biological Principles - Biological basis of life, Growth and development, Biped position, Individual differences- Heredity and environment- Sex differences- Body types- Anatomical age- Physiological age- Chronological age and mental age.

c) Philosophical Principles: Philosophy- meaning and nature- Educational philosophy applied to Physical Education - Naturalism, idealism, pragmatism, realism, existentialism- Contribution of following educational philosophers- Rousseau, Froebel, Dewey, Gandhiji and Tagore.

d) History: Physical Education in ancient Greece, Rome - Physical Education in ancient India- Vedic period and epic period- National Sports Awards- SAI, NSNIS, NYK, PYKKA, TPFP- Ancient and modern Olympics games, Asian games, Common wealth games and SAF games, Youth Olympic Games (YOG).

II. Management of Physical Education and Sports

Meaning, Importance and scope of management - Principles and guidelines of management- Skills of management- Management structure for Physical Education and Sports programmes (SAI, SGFI, KSSC,IOA) - Facility management- Playfield preparation, layout and maintenance - Purchase, Care, maintenance and repair of equipment- Planning and budgeting - Storekeeping- Stock register- Stock verification.

III. Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology and Biomechanics

a) Cell, Tissue, organ and system, cell divisions - Structure and functions of blood- Classifications and functions of bones- Structural and functional classification of muscles- Cardiac and smooth muscles- Definition and classification of joints.

b) Physiology: Digestion, absorption and transportation of nutrients, Organs associated with excretion and their functions- Structure of neuron- Functions of important parts of nervous system (brain and spinal cord)- Secretions and functions of endocrine glands (Pituitary and thyroid)- Functions of sense organs (skin, eye, nose, tongue and ear)- Cardiac output - Stroke volume - Heart rate- Venous
Return - Blood pressure - Vital capacity - Tidal volume - VO2max -BMI-BMR- Aerobic and anaerobic activities- Oxygen debt- Second wind.





Rest of the syllabus is attached in below file which is free of cost
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