Wednesday, 10 August 2011

SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.Ed) (SEMESTER SYSTEM) SESSION: 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014 OF PUNJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH

PREAMBLE:
The Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed) – One Year Programme is meant for preparing quality
teacher in Physical Education for Secondary / Senior Secondary School.
VISION
In line with the University mission, the Department has the aim of educating the "wholeperson"
and to produce quality teachers to serve as administrators in the profession of
physical education and sports. Through improving our academic programs and services to the
University and local community, we pledge to continually strive for academic excellence and
to maintain our leadership role in our profession.

MISSION
1. To produce quality physical education teachers for imparting instructions in the subject
of physical education.
2. To make people aware about the benefits of physical activity through extension
lectures and demonstrations.
3. To provide excellent research and teaching in Physical Education in order to promote
and develop the health and well being of people.
4. To promote health through specific physical activities, prescribed by a specialized
physical educationalist.
5. To collaborate with the different organizations which are involved in promoting the
quality life of the human beings i.e., educational institutions and NGOs.
6. To provide harmonious and stimulated academic environment for the promotion of
quality teaching and research in the department.
7. To provide opportunity to faculty and students of the department for their self
evaluations, accountability, autonomy and innovations in the area of physical
education and sports.
8. To concentrate on quality research in the area of health, physical education and sports.
9. To introduce consultancy and training programmes for different educational
institutions and other organizations for the conduct of sports and fitness events.
10. To update the curriculum and syllabi as per global needs and challenges.
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OBJECTIVES:
This programme shall strive to achieve the following objectives:
General Objectives:
1. To enable teacher to understand the nature, purpose and philosophy of physical education
at secondary stage.
2. To prepare teachers of physical education with broader educational perspective.
3. To develop for potentialities and organizing physical education programmes and
activities.
4. To develop capacity to organized leisure and recreational activities.
5. To empower them to inspire their students to actively participate in physical and yogic
exercises.
6. To enable teachers to develop personality, character, willpower, democratic values and
positive games and sports.
7. To make teachers capable of imparting basic knowledge about health, hygiene and
nutrition
8. To develop skills and competencies to organized school and community games and sports.
9. To cultivate the spirit of sportsmanship, mental and physical alertness, scientific temper
and optimism.
10. To promote mental health, power of self- decision and self control, correct judgment and
action emotional stability and equanimity, respect for others and acceptance of authority
and rules
11. To promote appreciation and interest for indigenous games , sports and yogic exercises
12. To create awareness about health and hygiene in the community.
Specific Objectives
1. To lay down a sound foundation for higher and advance studies in Physical Education in
India.
2. To produce quality teachers in physical education.
3. To prepare students for advance coaching Diplomas in disciplines – Athletics,
Gymnastics, Hockey, Swimming, Basketball, Football etc.
4. To fulfill the eligibility criteria of Foreign Universities to get admission in post graduate
courses abroad since it is a basic and global programme.
5. To generate employment in the fields of Health Fitness and Gym- Management,
Physiotherapy, Journalism, Aquatics and Yoga.
6. To provide opportunity to talented students to excel in sports and become outstanding
sports persons.
7. To promote mass participation in Physical Education activities (Games, Sports Displays
etc) through intra – mural and Extra- mural programmes.
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OUTLINES OF TESTS, SYLLABI AND COURSES FOR THE BACHELOR OF
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.Ed.) EXAMINATION (SEMESTER SYSTEM)
FOR THE SESSION: 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014
The course of instruction for the B.P.Ed Examination consists of three parts as under:
PART – I Theory Papers 1200 Marks
PART – II Practice of Teaching 500 Marks
PART – III Skill and Prowess 300 Marks
Total: 2000 Marks
Note I:
• Part-I will be evaluated externally.
• Part-II will be evaluated with one external and one internal examiner.
• Part-III will be evaluated by a panel of three internal examiners appointed by the Chairman/Principal of
the Department/Institution.
Successful candidate shall be classified as follows:
Pass Third Div. Second Div. First Div. Distinction
 Theory (Part-I) 40% Less than 50% 50% 60% 75%
marks in Agg.
 Practical (Part-II) 40% Less than 50% 50% 60% 75%
marks in Agg.
 Skill and Prowess 40% Less than 50% 50% 60% 75%
(Part-III) marks in Agg.
Note: Since this is a professional course aimed at improving the standard of games and sports, it is
essential that special attention be given to the practical aspect of Track and Field, Games and Sports.
Therefore, specified 20 hours per week must be devoted to the practical teaching.
Following Track and Field, Games and Sports will be taught to the students during the course of
study:
Track and Field events except Pole Vault, Football, Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, Handball,
Cricket, Hockey, Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Softball, Yoga, Gymnastics and Swimming.
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PART – I THEORY PAPERS (SEMESTER-I)
Paper Code Subject Title Marks
I. HFP-101 History and Foundations of Physical Education 80 + 20 = 100
II. APE-102 Anatomy, Physiology and Exercise Physiology 80 + 20 = 100
III. KIN-103 Kinesiology 80 + 20 = 100
IV. ESP-104 Educational and Sports Psychology 80 + 20 = 100
V. PAR-105 Philosophy & Administration of Recreation 80 + 20 = 100
VI. MPE-106 Methods of Physical Education 80 + 20 = 100
Total: 600 marks
PART – II PRACTICE OF TEACHING (SEMESTER-I)
Each trainee will be required to take a minimum of 10 supervised lessons in the various physical activities and
theory at least 5 lessons shall be taken in schools or colleges and 5 in the class itself. In addition, each trainee
shall complete five officiating projects in different activities.
For the purpose of examinations in this part there shall be three lessons as under:
1. General Lesson 65 + 10* = 75 Marks
2. Teaching Lesson in Games 65 + 10* = 75 Marks
3. Teaching Lesson in Track and Field 65 + 10* = 75 Marks
4. Swimming Practical (Free Style: 25 meters) 25 Marks
Total: 250 marks
Note: *The candidate shall prepare a note book covering above three categories of lessons and which shall
carry 30 marks (10 x 3 i.e. 10 marks for each lesson note book) the minimum number of marks required to
pass the examination in each part shall be 40%.
PART – III SKILL AND PROWESS (SEMESTER-I) 150 Marks
Group-I Track and Field 50 Marks
1. Sprints
2. Shot put
3. Long jump
4. Javelin throw
5. Relays
6. Hurdles
Group-II Games and Sports 100 Marks
1. Basketball 16 Marks
2. Football 16 Marks
3. Hockey 16 Marks
4. Softball 16 Marks
5. Badminton 16 Marks
6. Gymnastics 20 Marks
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Paper –I ( HFP-101)
HISTORY AND FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks :100
Theory Marks :80
Sessional Marks :20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short types of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I : INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION
 Introduction, meaning and definition, Scope of Physical Education, Aims and objectives of Physical
Education.
 Meaning of the terms—Physical Culture, Physical Training, Drill. Sports, Games, Health Education
and Recreation.
 Philosophies of Education as applied to Physical education: Idealism, Naturalism, Realism,
Pragmatism and Existentialism.
UNIT-II : FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
 Biological basis of Physical Activity—Benefits of exercise, growth and development, exercise and
well-being sex and age characteristics of adolescent, body types, individual differences, use and
disuse and overuse phenomenon.
 Psychological basis of Physical Education—Laws of Learning, Play and Play theories, general
principles of growth and development, transfer of training.
 Sociological basis of Physical Education—Socialization process, social nature of men and physical
activity, sports as cultural heritage of mankind, traditions and sports, competition and cooperation,
leadership qualities.
UNIT-III: HISTORY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
 Physical Education in Ancient Greece, Physical Education in Rome
 Physical Education in Germany, Physical Education in Sweden
 Physical Education in Denmark ,Physical Education in Russia
 Olympic Movements: Historical Development of Ancient Olympic Games, Modern Olympic Games
UNIT-IV: PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN INDIA
 History of Physical Education in Ancient India
 Post-Independence Developments: All India Council of Sports (AICS), Sports Authority of India
(SAI), Indian Olympic Association (IOA), Laxmibai National Institute of Physical Education
(LNIPE)
 National Awards: Arjuna Award, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, Dronacharya Award, MAKA
Trophy
References
1. Bucher, C.A. Foundations of Physical Education, St. Louis; C.V. Mosby Co., 1972.
2. Khan, E.A. History of Physical Education, Scientific Book Company. Patna, 1964.
3. Barow, H.M. .Man and His Movement-Principles of Physical Education, Philadelphia, Lea and
Febiger, 1971.
4. Kamlesh, M.L. Principles and History of Physical Education and Sports, Friends Publications
(India), New Delhi, 2004.
5. Dalen, V. A World History of Physical Education, Prentice Hall Inc.
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Paper –II ( APE-102)
ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
Total Marks :100
Theory Marks :80
Sessional Marks :20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short
types of answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each
unit and each question will carry 15 marks.
UNII-I :ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
 Concept, Need and Importance of Anatomy and Physiology in Physical Education
 Definition and Description of Cell, Tissue, Organ and System
UNII-II :SYSTEMS OF HUMAN BODY
 Introduction and Function of Skeletal System, Muscular System, Circulatory System,
Respiratory System, Digestive System, Excretory System, Nervous System and
Endocrine System.
UNIT–III:EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON VARIOUS SYSTEMS
 Effects of Exercise on Skeletal System, Muscular System, Circulatory System,
Respiratory System, Digestive System, Excretory System, Nervous System and
Endocrine System
UNIT– IV: WARMING UP, COOLING- DOWN, OXYGEN DEBT AND PHYSIOLOGICAL
TERMS
 Warming-up, Conditioning, Cooling-down
 Fatigue and sites of fatigue.
 Oxygen Debt, Second Wind
 Minute Volume, Vital Capacity, Stroke Volume, Cardiac Output
References
 Hoeger, Werner W.K, Hoegen,Sharon A. Principles and Labs for fitness and wellness. 7thed
2004.
 Pearce. E. Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1989.
 Richardson, Seano, Anderson, Mark B: Overtraining Athletes: Personal Journey in
Sports.2008.
 Wellgoose. Health Teaching in secondary Carl.E. Schools. W.B. Saunders, 1977.
 Wilmore, Jack H and Costill, David L. Physiology of Sports and Exercise. Human kinetics.
1994.
 Wilson Kathleen J. W. Anatomy and Physiology, Health and illness. 6th Edition. Churchull
Livingstone Edinburgh, 1987.
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Paper –III (KIN-103)
KINESIOLOGY
Total Marks :100
Theory Marks :80
Sessional Marks :20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short
types of answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each
unit and each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I STRUCTURAL KINESIOLOGY
 Introduction: Definition, Aims and Objectives of structural Kinesiology
 Brief history of kinesiology
 Understanding skeletal system and human movement: Brief understanding structure of
skeletal muscle and structural classification, concept of terminology for muscular
attachments.
 Types of muscle, contractions -Isotonic, Isometric, Isokinetic, Roles of muscles, Agonists,
Antagonists, Stabilizers, Neutralizers, Synergists
UNIT-II BASIC CONCEPTS OF OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY
 Types and kinesiological importance of bones - Mechanical axis-articulations structure and
classification –functions -movement of skeletal units - centre of gravity-line of gravity
fundamental movements of the major segments of the body.
 Types and kinesiological importance of joints, the planes and axes of joint movements
UNIT-III PRINCIPAL ACTIONS OF VARIOUS MUSCLES
 sternomastoid, trapezius, latissimus dorsi, erector spinae, serratus anterior, pectoralis minor
and major, abdominal groups, deltoids, biceps, triceps brachii, gluteal groups, quadriceps,
hamstring groups, sartorious, gluteus groups, tibialis anterior and posterior, flexor and
extensor hallucis longus, flexor and extensor, Tensor Fasciae Latae, illiacus, Psoas, digitorum
longus, gastrocnemius, soleus.
UNIT-IV POSTURE AND THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES
 Modern Concept of balanced posture
 Common postural deformities i.e., flat foot, bow legs, knock knees, lordosis, scoliosis,
Kyphosis and round shoulders, their causes and remedial measure
 Causes of bad posture
 Common sports injuries- their classification and their care and prevention
 Therapeutic exercises (Active, Passive, Resistive and Stretching and their application for
rehabilitation)
 Application of Kinesiology in Physical Education and Sports
References
1. Brower Marion R., “Efficiency of Human Movements, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunder Co., 1978.
2. Cooper and Glesco, “Kinesiology” St., Louis C.V. Mosby. Co., 1968.
3. Jensen, Clayner, Schultz Gordon. W., Bangerter Blaverl, Applied Kinesiology and
Biomechanics. 3rd Edition, Mc-Crow Hill International book Company, Singapore. 1984.
4. Rasch and Burk, “Kinesiology and applied Anatomy” Lee and Febiger, 1975.
5. Scoot. M. Gladys, “Analysis of Human Motion” New York, 1970.
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Paper –IV (ESP-104)
EDUCATIONAL AND SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY
Total Marks :100
Theory Marks :80
Sessional Marks :20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short
types of answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each
unit and each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I: EDUCATIONAL AND SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY
 Meaning and scope of Educational and Sports Psychology
 Importance of Educational and Sports Psychology
 Methods of Psychology
 Nature of human growth and development; general characteristics of various Stages of
growth and development
 Types and nature of individual differences; Factors responsible -Heredity and
environment
UNIT-II: LEARNING AND PERSONALITY
 Nature of learning, theories of learning, Laws of learning, Plateau in Learning; and
transfer of training
 Meaning and definition of personality, characteristics of personality,
 Dimension of personality, Personality and Sports performance
UNIT-III: MOTIVATION AND MENTAL PREPARARTION STRATEGIES
 Nature of motivation: Factors influencing motivation; Motivation and techniques and
its impact on sports performance.
 Mental Preparation Strategies: -Attentional focus, Self- talk, Relaxation, Imaginary.
 Aggression and Sports
UNIT-IV :ANXIETY, STRESS AND SPORTS PERFORMANCE
 Meaning and nature of anxiety; kinds of anxiety
 Meaning and nature of stress; Types of stress
 Anxiety, Stress, Arousal and their effects on sports performance.
Group dynamics, Cohesion and Leadership in sports
References
1. Blair, Jones and Simpson, Educational Psychology, McMillan Co., New York, 1962.
2. Cratty, B. J., Psychology and Physical activity. Eaglewood Cliffs. Prentice Hall, 1968.
3. Crow and Crow, Educational Psychology. Eurasia Publishing House, N. Delhi, 1979.
4. Kamlesh, M.L. Psychology in Physical Education and Sport. Metropolitan Book Co., N. Delhi.
1998.
5. Mathur, S.S., Educational Psychology. Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra, 1962.
6. Skinnner, Charles. E., Education Psychology. Prentice Hall of India, N. Delhi, 1984.
7. Walia, J.S. Foundation of Educational Psychology. Paul Publishers, Jalandhar city, 1992.
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Paper –V (PAR-105)
PHILOSOPHY & ADMINISTRATION OF RECREATION
Total Marks :100
Theory Marks :80
Sessional Marks :20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short
types of answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each
unit and each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I :RECRATION, ITS VALUES AND PHILOSOPHY
 Meaning, definition, characteristics and scope of Recreation
 Aims, Objectives, and Values of Recreation
 Philosophy of Recreation
 Significance of Recreation in Modern Age
UNIT-II :ORGANISATION AND ADMINISTRATION
 Role of Organization and Administration in Recreation
 Organization and administration of recreational Programmes at different levels
 Agencies Promoting Recreation
 Rural, Urban and Industrial Recreation
UNIT-III :RECRATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FACILITIES
 Types of recreational activities
 Principles of planning recreational programmes, and methods of organizing
recreational programme
 Recreational facilities, personnel, areas and equipment
UNIT-IV: LEADERSHIP, CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AND RECREATIONAL SERVICES
FOR SPECIAL AGE GROUP &CHILDREN
 Role of Leadership in Recreation. Objectives and functions of recreational leadership.
Career opportunities in Recreation. Need for specialized professional preparation in
Recreation. Evaluation of recreational programmes: need and its methods.
 Recreational services for special age groups and special children.
 Social functional of community recreation. Future perspectives for recreational
programmes.
References
1. Butter, George D. Introduction to Community Recreation, McGraw Hill Book Co., N. York,
1959.
2. Chubb, Michael and Chubb, Holly, one Third of Our Time: An Introduction to Recreation
Behaviour and Resources, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1981.
3. Ellis, M. J., Why people play, Prentice Hall Inc. Eaglewood Cliffs, 1973.
4. Torkildsen, George, Leisure and Recreation Management, E. and F. N. Spon., London, 1992.
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Paper –VI (MPE-106)
METHODS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks :100
Theory Marks :80
Sessional Marks :20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short
types of answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each
unit and each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I :TEACHING METHODS
 Introduction of Teaching Methods
 Importance of teaching methods
 Bases of teaching methods, Factors affecting teaching methods
 Types of teaching methods
UNIT-II :COMMANDS, CLASS FORMATIONS, LESSON PLAN AND CLASSIFICATION
 Commands and Class Formations: Types and techniques of commands, Types of
class formations
 Lesson Plan: Importance of lesson plan, Types of lesson plan, General lesson plan
and its parts, Specific lesson plan and its parts, Movement Lesson, Theory/Class
Room Lesson
 Classification of students, methods of classification
UNIT-III: PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES AND TEACHING AIDS
 Planning:
(a) Personal Preparation (b) Technical Preparation
 Presentation:
- Steps in the way of presentation
 Teaching Aids: Values of teaching aids, Types of teaching aids
UNIT-IV :INTRAMURAL AND TOURNAMENTS
 Intramural and Extramural: Meaning, objectives, Essential points to conduct
Intramural and extramural, Managing different organizational problems.
 Tournaments Organization: Types of tournaments (Elimination, League, Combination,
Consolation, Challenges)
 Organization of Athletic Meet/Sports Event
 Excursions, Exhibition, Picnic, Flag Hoisting, Play Days, Incentives and Awards
References
1. Brar, R.S et al Teaching Methodology and Education Technology in Physical Education,
Kalyani Publisher, New Delhi, 2008.
2. Charles A. Bucher, Management of Physical Education and Athletic Programmes, Louis C.B.
Mosby. Co. 1987.
3. Charles E. Forsy, Administration of High School Athletic, Sixth Edition, Prentice Hall, Inc.
Englewood, New Jersey, 1979.
4. Kazmar, H.C. and Cassidy, Methods in Physical Education, W. B. Saunder Co., Philadelphia,
London, 1958.
5. M.L. Kamlesh and M.S. Sangral, Methods in Physical Education, Prakash Brothers, 516, Book
Market Ludhiana (19865).
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PART – I THEORY PAPERS (SEMESTER-II)
Paper Code Subject Title Marks
VII. SST-201 Science of Sports Training 80 + 20 = 100
VIII. HEA-202 Health Education and Athletic Care 80 + 20 = 100
IX. BIO-203 Biomechanics 80 + 20 = 100
X. AIT-205
Application of Information Technology in Physical
Education
80 + 20 = 100
XI. MAP-206 Management of Physical Education 80 + 20 = 100
XII. OTG-207 Officiating in Track & Field and Games 80 + 20 = 100
Total: 600 marks
PART – II PRACTICE OF TEACHING (SEMESTER-II)
Each trainee shall have to take a minimum of 10 supervised lessons in Track and Field, Games and Sports out of which 5
lessons shall be taken in schools or colleges and five (5) in the class itself. In addition, each trainee shall have to complete
five officiating projects in Track and Field, Games and Sports.
For the purpose of examinations in this part there shall be three lessons as under:
1. Theory Lesson 65 + 10* = 75 Marks
2. Teaching Lesson in Games 65 + 10* = 75 Marks
3. Teaching Lesson in Track and Field 65 + 10* = 75 Marks
4. Swimming Practical (Back Stroke: 25 meters) 25 Marks
Total: 250 marks
Note: *The candidate shall prepare a note book covering above three categories of lessons and which shall
carry 30 marks (10 x 3 i.e. 10 marks for each lesson note book) the minimum number of marks required to
pass the examination in each part shall be 40%.
PART – III SKILL AND PROWESS (SEMESTER-II) 150 Marks
Group-I Track and Field 50 Marks
1. Middle Distance
2. Long distance
3. High Jump
4. Triple jump
5. Discus throw
Group-II Games and Sports 100 Marks
1. Volleyball 16 Marks
2. Handball 16 Marks
3. Cricket 16 Marks
4. Kho-Kho 16 Marks
5. Kabaddi 16 Marks
6. Yoga Asanas 20 Marks
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Paper –VII (SST-201)
SCIENCE OF SPORTS TRAINING
Total Marks 100
Theory Marks 80
Sessional Marks 20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short type of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I: SPORTS TRAINING
 Meaning and definition of sports training
 Aims of sports training
 Characteristics of sports training
 Principles of sports training
 Scope of sports training
UNIT-II: TEACHING, TRAINING AND COACHING
 Concept of Teaching, Training and Coaching
 Qualities, Qualifications and responsibilities of a coach
 Professional preparation of coaches
UNIT-III: BASIC METHODS OF TRAINING
 Weight training
 Circuit training
 Interval training
 Fartlek training
 Plyometrics
 Cross training
 Continuous method
UNIT-IV: COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS
 Speed
 Strength
 Endurance
 Flexibility
 Coordinative Abilities
 Means and methods of developing fitness components
References
1. Bompa, Tudor, O. Periodisations Training for sports: Human Kinetic (U.S.A) 1999.
2. Chu. Donld A, Jumping into Plyometrics. Leisure Press Champaign, Illionis, 1992.
3. Dick. W. Frank. Sports Training Principles, London: Lepus Birks 1980.
4. Harre . Dictrich. Principles of Sports Training. Beslin : Sportulag 1982.
5. Singh, Hardyal, Science of Sports Training. D, V, S Publications. New Delhi.1991.
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Paper –VIII (HEA-202)
HEALTH EDUCATION AND ATHLETIC CARE
Total Marks 100
Theory Marks 80
Sessional Marks 20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short type of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT – I: INTRODUCTION
 Health Education: Meaning and importance of Health Education
 Personal Health: Care of skin, hair, eyes, ear, nose, teeth, hands and feet, Effects of smoking and
Alcohol on health
 School Health Programme: Health Services, Health Supervision, Health Instructions
UNIT – II: COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND NUTRITION
 Communicable diseases: Mode of transmission, Methods of Preventions, Common Communicable
diseases (Influenza, Smallpox, Malaria, Typhoid, Tuberculosis, Cholera and AIDS).
 Nutrition: Elements of balanced diet, Carbohydrates, Proteins, Fats, Vitamins, Minerals, Salts and
Water.
UNII-III: SPORTS MEDICINE & ATHLETIC CARE
• Concept and Role of Sports Medicine & Athletic Care
• Prevention and Management of Injuries : Factors causing injuries and general principles for safe
guarding
• Prevention of injuries
• Common Sports Injuries : Sprain, Strain, Abrasion, Laceration, Haematoma, Fracture, Dislocation
UNII-IV: FIRST-AID, ERGOGENIC AIDS AND REHABILITATION
• Aim and objectives of First-Aid
• Importance of First-Aid in Sports Injuries
• Ergogenic Aids in Sports
• Aim and Objectives of Rehabilitation
References
1. Beotra, Alka (2001-02), Drug Education Handbook on Drug Abuse in Sports (Mumbai: Applied Nutrition
Sciences).
2. Pande, P. K. (1987), Outline of Sports Medicine (New Delhi : Jaypee Brothers).
3. Roy, Steven and Richard, Irvin (1983), Sports Medicine (N.J. : Englewood Cliff.).
4. Sharma, N.P. (2005), Sharir Rachna Tatha Sharir Kriya Vigyan (New Delhi : Khel Sahitya Kendra).
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Paper –IX (BIO-203)
BIOMECHANICS
Total Marks 100
Theory Marks 80
Sessional Marks 20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short type of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION
• Meaning and Definition of biomechanics
• The role of Biomechanics in the field of Physical Education and Sports
• Newton’s Laws of Motion
• Distance and displacement
• Speed , Velocity and acceleration
• Interrelationship between displacement, velocity and acceleration
UNIT- II: KINETICS AND KINEMATICS
• Types of motion, , Force , inertia, Momentum, Mass and weight
• Gravity, Center of gravity, Work, Power, energy
• Levers and its types and their application in sports for mechanical efficiency
• Interrelationship between linear motion and angular motion
• Equilibrium and its types
• Principles of Equilibrium and their application in sports
UNIT-III: BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES-I
• The concept of Projectiles and fluid mechanics
 Biomechanics of Running:
(ii) Sprinting start (crouch start) sprinting – supporting phase, driving phase and recovery phase
(iii) Middle and long distance
 Biomechanics of High hurdling– Approach, take off, flight landing and between Hurdles
UNIT-IV: BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES-II
 Biomechanics of Throws (Shot Put Discus Throw and Javelin Throw)
 Biomechanics of Jumps (Broad Jump and High Jump)
 Fluid Mechanics: Static and Dynamic
References
1. Brower Marion R., “Efficiency of Human Movements, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunder Co., 1978.
2. Hay, James G. The Biomechanics of Sports Techniques (4th Edition), Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewoood
Cliffs, New Jersy, 1993.
3. Rai, Ramesh “Biomechanics Mechanical Aspects of Human Motion, Agrim Publisher Mohali, Punjab,
2002.
4. Uppal, A.K et al “Biomechanics in Physical Education and Exercise Science”, Friends Publication,
New Delhi, 2007.
5. Weels Katharine, F, Luttgens Kathryn, Kinesiology-Scientific Basic of Human Motion. 8th Edition
1992. Sunders College Publishing, Philadelphia.
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Paper –X (AIT-205)
APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks 100
Theory Marks 80
Sessional Marks 20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short type of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION
 Introduction to information technology
 Introduction, characteristics of Computers
 Classification of computers
 Applications of computers in physical education
 General Introduction to Computer Hardware and Software
 Input and output devises
 Introduction to Printer, Scanner, Pen Drive
UNIT –II: MS WORD AND MS EXCEL
 Introduction to MS Word: creating, saving and opening a document, drawing table, page setup,
spelling grammar check, Printing option, Adding headers and footers
 Introduction to MS Excel: creating, saving and opening a spreadsheet, formatting and editing
features, creating formulas, adjusting columns width and row height, understanding charts
UNIT-III: MS POWER POINT AND MULTIMEDIA
 Introduction to MS Power Point: creating, saving and opening a ppt file, formatting and
editing features , slide show, design, inserting slide number, picture, graph
 Introduction and application of Multimedia in Physical Education and sports
UNIT-IV: INTERNET AND WORLD WIDE WEB
 Internet (General Introduction)
 Search Engines in Physical Education and Sports
 E-mail (Construction, operating etc.)
 World Wide Web (WWW)
REFERENCES
1. Barrett, R. et al. Administrator’s Guide to Microsoft Office 2007 servers. 2007
2. Boyce, Jim et al. Microsoft Office System Inside Out. 2007
3. Eric, L. Einspruch, AN Introductory Guide to SPSS for Windows, Sage. 2005.
4. Kilman, Shin. SPPS GUIDE Mc Graw – Hill Higher Education, 1995.
5. Mark, B. Andersen James R Morrow, Allen W. Jackson James G. Disch Dale P. Mood,
Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education, USA: Human Kinetics 2005.
6. Murray, Katherine. “Faster smarter Microsoft office XP: Take charge of your Microsoft office
programme”.2007
7. Sunil, Chauhan, Akash Saxena, Kratika Gupta, Fundamentals of Computer,
8. Wempen, Faithe et al. “Microsoft office 2007 bible”. 2007
Syllabus: B.P.Ed-One Year-Semester System, P.U., Chandigarh
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Paper –XI (MAP-206)
MANAGEMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks 100
Theory Marks 80
Sessional Marks 20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short type of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
UNIT-I : MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION
 Meaning and importance of Management, Administration, Organization, Planning and their
basic principles.
 Functions of sports management: Planning, organizing, staffing, directing, communicating,
coordinating, controlling, evaluating and innovating.
 Personal: Qualification and Responsibilities of Physical Education teacher and pupil leader.
UNIT-II : OFFICE MANAGEMENT, RECORD, REGISTER AND BUDGET
 Office Management: Meaning, definition, functions and kinds of office management
 Records and Registers: Maintenance of attendance Register, stock register, cash register,
physical efficiency record, Medical examination Record.
 Budget: Meaning, Importance of Budget making, criteria of a good Budget, Sources of
Income, Expenditure, Preparation of Budget.
UNIT-III : FACILITIES, PROGRAMME PLANNING AND TIME TABLE MANAGEMENT
 Facilities and equipment management: Types of facilities/ infrastructure- indoor, outdoor.
Playfields: Area, location, layout and care.
Equipment: Need, importance, purchase, care and maintenance.
 Programme planning: Meaning, Importance, Principles of programme planning in physical
education.
 Time Table Management: Meaning, Need, Importance and Factor affecting time table.
UNIT-IV : EVALUATION, SUPERVISION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
 Evaluation: Meaning, Definition, need and importance of Evaluation, Methods of Evaluation.
 Supervision: Meaning, Definition, importance of Supervision, Qualities of a supervisor,
Methods of Supervision.
References
1. Brar, Rachpal and Joshi, R. Sports Management, Kalyani Publisher: New Delhi, 2007.
2. Charles A. Bucher, Management of Physical Education and Athletic Programmes, Louis C.B. Mosby.
Co. 1987.
3. Charles E. Forsy, Administration of High School Athletic, Sixth Edition, Prentice Hall, Inc.
Englewood, New Jersey, 1979.
4. M.L. Kamlesh and M.S. Sangral, Methods in Physical Education, Prakash Brothers, 516, Book Market
Ludhiana (19865).
5. Tirunarayan and Hariharan, Methods in Physical education M.S C.T. & S. H. Allagappa College of
Physical Education, Karaikuddi U. (1985).
Syllabus: B.P.Ed-One Year-Semester System, P.U., Chandigarh
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Paper –XII (OTG-207)
OFFICIATING IN TRACK & FIELD AND GAMES
Total Marks 100
Theory Marks 80
Sessional Marks 20
Note: Nine questions will be set. Question number one will be compulsory of 20 marks with ten short type of
answers covering the entire syllabus. Four questions are to be attempted selecting one from each unit and
each question will carry 15 marks.
GENERAL (PART-A)
UNIT-I OFFICIAL AND OFFICIATING
 Definition and Importance of good officiating
 Qualities of a good official
 Duties of an official
 Points to be kept in mind while officiating
TRACK AND FIELD (PART-B)
UNIT-II TRACK AND FIELD: PART-I
 History of Track and Field
 Officials and their duties
 Rules of competition entries
 Rounds and heats
 Protests and Appeals
 Score-sheets of Track and Field Events
 Ties
UNIT- III TRACK AND FIELD: PART-II
 Points to keep in mind while laying out track
 Lay out of Athletic Track for 400mts
 Calculation and marking of Staggers
 Dimensions and marking for field events (except pole vault)
 Rules and their interpretations of field events (except pole vault)
GAMES AND SPORTS (PART-C)
*(Football, Basketball, Badminton, Swimming, Cricket, Hockey, Volleyball, Handball, Kho-Kho, Kabaddi,
Softball, Gymnastics and Yoga)
UNIT-IV
 *History and development of the Game and Sports
 *Ground dimensions and marking
 *Standard equipment
 *Rules and interpretation
 *Score-sheets and other important features
 *Duties of Officials, mechanisms of officiating-Positions, signals etc.
Syllabus: B.P.Ed-One Year-Semester System, P.U., Chandigarh
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References
1. Brar. T. S. Officiating techniques in Track and Field, Gwalior. Bhargava Press. 20002.
2. Brundle, Fred, Teach Yourself Badminton. The English University Press Ltd., London.
3. Buck, H. W., Rules of Games & Sports. Y.M.C.A. Pub. House, Delhi (Latest Edition)
4. Bunn, J.W., Art of Officiating Sports, Prentice Hall, Englewood 1968.
5. Bunn. J. W., Basketball techniques and team play, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs.
6. De Souza A. J. Track Geography and Field Sites. Chennai. DBAC Sports Envisions. 1999.
7. Emery, Curtis Ray, Modern Volleyball, MacMilan Co., New York.
8. Football, Modern Soccer, Educational Production Ltd., London Association.
9. Gian Singh, How to play Hockey, New Delhi-1966.
10. Mortensen, Jand, Track & Field for coach & athlete, Cooper J. M. Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs,
1963.
11. Singh, H. Science of sports training. New, Delhi. D, V.S. Publications,1991.

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