Wednesday, 10 August 2011

SYLLABUS FOR MASTER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (M.P.Ed-I & II) (ANNUAL SYSTEM) OF PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH

SYLLABUS FOR M.P.Ed (PART-I) PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FOR THE EXAMINATION
Marks
PART – I Theory 500
PART – II practice of Teaching/Coaching 200
PART – III Skill and Prowess 225
PART – I Theory Papers
1. History and Foundations of Physical Education 80 + 20 = 100
2. Structural Kinesiology and Bio-mechanics 80 + 20 = 100
3. Research Methodology in Physical Education 80 + 20 = 100
4. Management of Physical Education and Sports 80 + 20 = 100
5. Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education 80 + 20 = 100
Note: The norms relating to sessionals in each theory paper shall be as under:
(i) Tutorials/Assignment/Class test/Theory Practicals 8 Marks
(ii) Participation in Seminar/Participation in-group discussion 7 Marks
(iii) Viva Voce by a panel of three faculty members of the
department in which regularity in attendance, classroom/ field
performance, general performance to be taken into account 5 Marks

Part – II Practice of teaching and coaching
Track and Field 200 Marks
(a) Teaching Lesson in Track and Field 30 Marks
(b) Officiating in Track and Field 30 Marks
(c) Projects (six)- Track and Field/Games (6 X 5) 30 Marks
(d) Note Book Track and Field 10 Marks
Game
(a) Game Lesson 30 Marks
(b) Coaching Lesson 30 Marks
(c) Officiating Game 30 Marks
(d) Note Book Game 10 Marks
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Part – III 225 Marks
Skill and Prowess
Specialization Offered
A) Track and Field – (Compulsory) Teaching 60 + 40= 100
(1) Sprints (2) Middle and Long Distance
(3) Relay Races (4) Hurdles
(5) Shot Put (6) Discus
(7) Javelin (8) Hammer
(9) Long Jump (10) High Jump
(11) Triple Jump (12) Pole Vault
(13) Steeple Chase
Note: Candidate will be evaluated in prowess/performance out of 60 Marks and in skill
out of 40 Marks. The Chairman in consultation with the academic committee will work
out the criteria.
B) Student shall choose one among the following games 100 Marks
(1) Football (2) Basketball (3) Gymnastics
Contents to be covered in Track and Field/Games
(a) Historical development of the concerned game/ track and field even in India, Asia
and world level
(b) Main tournament organized at national and international levels
(c) Records/Statistics of the game/track and field event at World, Olympics, Asia,
National.
(d) Award in the game and lost of at least ten players who got these awards.
(e) Books and magazines on the Game/Track and Field List at Least five.
(f) Officiating: (1) Play area dimensions/track layout and marking.
(2) Equipment Specifications
(3) Rules of the Game/Track and Field and their interpretation
Techniques (Skill) (1) Classification of Skills
(2) Sequential explanation of skills
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(3) Various faults in skills, their causes and corrections, types of
exercises to develop and consolidate fundamental skills of
the game/ track and field events
(g) Tactics and Strategy
(1) Individual
(2) Offensive and defensive tactics
(3) System of Play their tactical training
(4) Selection of team (Selection Procedure)
(5) Analysis of Performance in competition
C) Swimming (Compulsory) 25 Marks
Dimensions of the swimming pool and following strokes will be covered:
(1) Free Style
(2) Back Stroke
(3) Officiating in the above mentioned strokes
Note: I
1. Theory paper in M.P.Ed Part-I shall carry marks as indicated against each paper
2. Each theory paper shall be of three hours duration.
3. Since this is professional course aimed at improving the standard of games and
sports, it is both desirable and necessary that special attention should be paid to the
practical aspect of athletics and games. Therefore, it is necessary that specified 10
periods, must be devoted to the practical teaching and training.
Note: II
Part – I will be evaluated externally, Part II will be evaluated by an external and internal
examiners and part III skill and prowess will be evaluated internally by a panel of three
examiners appointed by the chairman for each activity/game separately keeping in view their
expertise in the activity/game concerned from the faculty.
Note: III
Each student will be required to take 10 supervised lessons in the above mentioned areas at
least five lessons shall be taken in the schools and five lessons in class itself. In addition each
student shall complete five projects in different games/track and field as identified by the
chairman. The Chairman will certify on the candidate’s notebook that all requirements pertaining
to teaching practice, projects and officiating have been fulfilled by him/her.
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Note: IV
Two theory periods per week for game and track and field specialization will be given in theory
timetable.
SYLLABUS OF MASTER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (M.P.ED.-I)
PAPER – I
HISTORY AND FOUNDATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks: 100
Theory 80
Practical 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, scope of Physical Education, aims and objectives
of Physical Education, misconceptions about Physical Education.
 Physical Education as an academic discipline, meaning of the terms—Physical Culture,
Physical Training, Drill. Sports, Games, Health Education and Recreation.
 Philosophy of Physical Education—Philosophies of Education as applied to Physical
education (Idealism Naturalism, Realism, Pragmatism and Existentialism).
UNIT: II
 Biological basis of Physical Activity—Benefits of exercise, growth and development,
exercise and well-being sex and age characteristics of adolescent, body types, sex
differences , individual differences, use and disuse and overuse phenomenon.
 Psychological basis of Physical Education—Psychological factors that promote the
learning motor skills Types of leering, Learning curve, Play and Play theories, general
principles of growth and development, transfer of training effects.
 Sociological basis of Physical Education—Socialization process, social nature of men
and physical activity, sports as cultural heritage of mankind, customs, traditions and
sports, competition and cooperation. Leadership qualities, Implication of sociology for
Physical Education and Sports.
UNIT: III
 Physical Education in Ancient Greece, Rome and Contemporary Germany, Sweden,
Denmark and Russia, Physical Education in U. S.A.
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 Historical development of Ancient and Modern Olympic Games, Asian Games, SAF
Games.
UNIT: IV
 Physical Education in India—History of Physical Education in Ancient India, Central
Advisory Board of Physical Education and Recreation (CABPER), All India Council of
Sports (AICS), National Physical Fitness Programme(NPFP), Netaji Subhas National
Institute of Sports (NSNIS), National Cadet Corps (NCC).
 Sports Authority of India (SAI), National Sports Policy (NSP), National Sports
Federation’s (N.S.Fs), Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education (LNIPE,
Gwalior). Indian Olympic Association (IOC), Society for the National Institute of Physical
Education and Sports (SNIPES), National Awards ( Arjuna Award , Dronacharya Award,
Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna 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. Revenes, R.S. Foundations of Physical Education, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston,
U.S.A.
5. Kamlesh, M.L. Physical Education Facts and Foundations Faridabad: P.B.
Publications (Pvt) Limited. Faridabad, Haryana 1988.
6. Kamlesh, M.L. Principles and History of Physical Education and Sports, Friends
Publications (India), New Delhi, 2004.
7. Dalen, V. A World History of Physical Education, Prentice Hall Inc.
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PAPER: II
STRUCTURAL KINESIOLOGY AND BIO MECHANICS
Total Marks: 100
Theory 80
Sessional 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
• The concept of Structural Kinesiology, its aims and objectives.
• Academic and Professional objectives of Structural Kinesiology
• Professional applications of Structural Kinesiology
• The role of Kinesiology in Physical Education and Sports
• The Kinesiology importance of bones, Joints and muscles
• The fundamental movement of joints and their terminology
• The axis and planes involved in joint movements
• The structural classification of skeletal muscles and type of contractions
• Classification of Muscles produced movements
• The techniques of muscular analysis.
UNIT : II
i) Classification of Joints- moveable, partly moveable and immovable.
The attachment and actions of muscles of following joints
a) Shoulder Girdle and Shoulder: Trapezius, Levator Scapula, Romboids, Seratus
Anterior, Pectoralis Minor and Major, Deltoids, Supraspinatus, Teres Minor and
Major, Infraspinatus, Subscupularis and Biceps.
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b) Elbow Joint: Biceps Brachii, Pronator Teres, Brachordialis, Brachialis, Triceps,
Pronator, Quadratus and Supinator.
c) Hip Joint: Illiopsoas Minor and Major, Pactinues, Rectus Femoris, Sartorius, Tensor
Fascielatea, Biceps Femoris, Semimebranious, Semitendinosus, Glteus Maximus,
Obturator externus and internus, Adductor Magnus, Longus and Brevis.
ii) The attachments and actions of muscles of following joints:
a) Knee Joint
Quadriceps- Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus
Ingtermedius.
Hamstring Group- Biceps Femoris, Semi Membranosus, Semi Tendinisus, Sartorius,
Popliteus, Gastrenemius
b) Ankle and foot Joints:
Gasronemius, Soleus, Tibialis anterior and Posterior, Fkexor and Extensor Digitorum
Longus & brevis, Extensor Hallucis Longus.
c) Neck and Trunk Region:
Sternomastoid, Trapezius, Splenius Capitis, Infraspinatus, Levator Scapulae, Teres
Major and Minor, Serratus anterior, Splenius,, La-tissimus dorsi, Erector Spial,
Rectus abdominis, Obliqes inturnus & externus.
UNIT : III
• Criteria of good posture and its importance
• Causes of Poor Posture
• Specific deformities- Kyphosis, Lordosis, Scoliosis, Knock knees, Bow legs and flat foot
and their remedies
• Introduction of Kinanthropometry and its importance.
• Muscular Power, Strength and endurance
• Body constitution and composition
• The mobility and stability of joints.
UNIT : IV
• Definition of biomechanics and its meaning
• The role of Biomechanics in the field of Physical Education and Sports
• Newton’s Laws of Motion
• Equilibrium and its types
• Principles of Equilibrium and their application in sports
• Levers and its types and their application in sports for mechanical efficiency.
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• The concept of Projectiles and fluid mechanics
• The principles of aerodynamics
• Biomechanical analysis of walking, Running, Jumping, throwing, catching and hurdling
• The concept of centripetal and centrifugal forces.
PRACTICALS
1. Identification of various kinds of movements of joints
2. Measurement of range of movements of various joints with the help of goniometer or
flexometer
3. Palpitation of superficial muscle of the body
4. Demonstration of Isometric, Isotonic and Isokinetic movements
5. Demonstration of concentric and eccentric contractions of muscles
6. Demonstration of Stretch reflex of muscles
7. Identification of kind of lever involve in the movement performed by the examiner
8. Demonstration of corrective exercises for Kyphosis, Lordosis, Scoliosis, Knock-Knees
and Flat Foot.
References
1. Deiels, L. and Worthinghan, C., Muscle Testing Techniques of Manual Examination,
Lousion W.B. Esundeus Com, 1956
2. Hawley, G. The Kinesiology of Corrective Exercise, Phildelphia Lea ano Febiger, 1937
3. Kelly, d.L. Kinesiology: Fundamental of Motions Description Angle Cliffs, N.I Frentice-
Hall, Inc. 1971
4. Lattgans, K. and others. Kinesiology Scientific Basis of Human Motion 8th Ed. Dubuque,
W.C.B. Publishers, 1992.
5. Rasch. P.I. Bruke, R.K. Kinesiology and Applied Anatomy: The Science of Human
Movement (6th Ed.) Phildelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1978.
6. Jenson, C.R. & Schult, G.W, Applied Kinesiology: The Scientific Study of Human
Performance (2nd Ed.) New York: MC Grautids Book co., 1977
7. Hay, J.G. The Biomechanics of Sports Techniques (2nd Ed.) Englewood Cliffs, N.I.
Prentice Hall Inc. 1993.
8. Smith Lara K and other Brunnstram’s Clinical Kinesiology, Fifth Edition, Jaypee Brothers,
P.B. No. 7193, New Delhi-1998.
9. Broer, Massio and Ronal F.Zernicke: Efficiency of Human Movement, 4th Ed. W.B.
Saunder’s Company, Philadelphia, 1979.
10. Bunn, John. W Scientific Principles of Coaching, 2nd Ed. Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood
Cliffs, N.I., 1972.
11. Haries, Rth W,: Kinesiology: Work Book and Laboratory Manual, Houghton Miffins
Company, Boston, 1977.
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PAPER: III
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks: 100
Theory 80
Practical 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 of Research and its characteristics: Classification of Research:
Education: Qualities of a Researcher: Research Problem: Sources of Research Problem:
Selection, Formulation and delimitation of research Problem
 Research Hypothesis: Nature and types of Hypothesis: Formation, Testing and evaluating
and importance of Hypothesis.
 Related Literature/Material: Importance of reviewing literature, Source of related Literature:
Library research, Computer Based research: Note Taking: Preparation of Bibliography and
Abstracts: Reading and Writing a Scientific Paper.
 Research proposal/Synopsis/Agendum: Process of formulating a proposal/synopsis for
thesis and also for funding projects. The concept of population and samples in research:
Importance of Sampling and types of sampling.
UNIT – II
 Methods of Research: 1) Historical 2) Descriptive Survey, case studey and genetic methods
3) Experimental laboratory research- planning the experiments: sample experimental
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designs. Laboratory planning and instrumentation- Exercise Physiology, Lab, Sports
Psychology, Biomechanics & Kinesiology Anthropmetry, Activity Analysis.
UNIT – III
 Tools for obtaining Data: Interviews, Questionnaire, Schedule, Observations, Rating Scales,
Attitude Scales/Oppinnaire. Score Card, Physical Physiological and Psychological tests,
skill tests, Knowledge tests, sociometric techniques, photographic technique and computer
aided tools.
 Results and Discussion: Means and Methods for Analyzing or Organizing and presenting
data: interpretation of data: formation of discussion, conclusions and generalizations. Writing
a Research Report.
UNIT – IV
 Statistical Methods: Frequency distribution: Central Tendency: Percentile: Variability,
Relationship: Mean differences among group )Only ‘t’ test). Introduction to computer based
analysis i.e. P.C.
References
1. Best, J.W. Research in Education, Prentice Hall Inc.: Delhi-1982
2. Clarke, H. David., Research Processes in Physical Education, Recreation &Health
Prentice Hall Inc. 1985.
3. Thomas Jerry R. and Nelson Jack K., Research Methods, Physical Activity. Human
Kinetics: Champaign, 1996.
4. Weimer, Jon, Research Techniques in Human Engineering. Prentice Hall: New Jersy.
1994.
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PAPER – IV
MANAGEMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS
Total marks: 100
Theory 80
Practical 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
Meaning and concept of Management. Functions of management…….Planning,
Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Controlling, Coordinating and Evaluating.
Skills of management…….Personal skills, Human skills, Conceptual skills, Technical
skills and Conjoined skills.
Theories of management... Authoritarian, Laissez – faire, Democratic.
Roles of manager……Interpersonal roles, Informational roles, Decisional roles. Qualities
of a manager.
Basic Principles of Management. Sports management: as an Art, as a science, as a
system, and as a profession.
Managerial skills and procedures…….Effective communication, Staff meetings,
Committees and Office management.
UNIT - II
Programme planning, Steps in programme planning, Planning and Sports Organizations,
Planning and the human element. Evaluation of physical Education Programme.
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Financial management- Need for financial management, Principles of financial
Management, Preparation of budget, Sources of funds, Expenditure of funds, Budget
reports and Adjustments, Audits, Advantages of good budget.
UNIT – III
Class management-Principles of class management. Steps in class
Management……Strength of class, Place and time, Uniform, Class formation, Safety
measures and Discipline. Resources and materials for teaching, Principles governing the
use of teaching aids and material, Audio – Visual Aids: charts, diagrams and
Photographic material, Bulletin Boards, Magnetic Boards, Reading material: books
Articles, Pamphlets or Booklets. Outside Resources: Professional personnel, clinics,
community activities.
Teaching Methods of presenting material: Verbal Explanation, Lecture method,
Demonstration method, Command method, Imitation method, Dramatization method, At
will method, Set-Drill method, Whole method, Part method, Whole- part- whole method,
Observation method, Progressive Part method, and Project method. Lesson plan:
General lesson plan, Specific Lesson plan, Importance of lesson plan. Time table, need
and principles of preparing time table for physical education.
UNIT -IV
Tournament organization: Types of tournament: Knock out or Elimination, League or
Round-robin, Combination, Consolation, Challenge. Intramural Competitions: Meaning
and Importance of Intramural, Objectives of Intramural, Conduct of Intramural. Process
of organizing sports events: Writing of circulars, Notifications, Invitations, Selection of
officials, Monitoring, Writing reports, Maintaining records. Use of computer application in
the management of physical education and sports, Public relation: Purposes and
Importance, Need of communication, News stories and publicity.
REFERENCES
1. P.Chelladurai: Sports Management, Macro Perspective, Sports dynamic, P.O. Boxl,
Kingswood 5062, South Australia.
2. Earle F. eigler and Gard W. Bowie: Management Competency development in sports and
physical education, lea anmd Febieger Philadelphia.
3. Clare R. Jenson: Administrative Management of Physical Education and Athletic
Programmes; Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia
4. Bonnie L, Park House: The Management of Sports, Moshey Yar Book Toronto.
5. Charles, A. Bucher: Administration of Physical Education and Athletic Programmes Mosley
C. London.
6. June Walker; Modern methods in secondary school, physical education, Allyn and Bacon,
Inc. Boston.
7. Charles E. Forsythe, Irvin A.Keller; Administration of High School Athletics Prentice Hall, Inc.
New Jersy.
8. Clyde Knapp. Teaching Methods of Physical Education Mc. Grew Hil Inc.
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PAPER- V
MEASURMENT AND EVALUATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
. Total Marks: 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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 -1
 Meaning of measurement and evaluation, Importance of measurement and evaluation in
physical education, Basic principles of evaluation, Modern development in physical
education measurements, Approach to measurements, Trends in measurement and
evaluation.
 Application of measurement to Individual differences, physical fitness needs.
Homogeneous grouping, Characteristics of an effective test: Validity, Reliability,
objectivity, economy and norms, Procedure for construction of skill tests, Principles of
writing knowledge tests, Presentation and Interpretation of tests results, Organization
and administration testing programme.
UNIT-II
 Kraus Weber test, Roger strength test, Cooper’s 12 minutes run/ walk test, Margarita’s
anaerobic test, Shuttle run test.
 Scoot motor ability test, Borrow motor ability test, Crampton blood ptosis test, Tuttle
pulse ratio test, Harvard step test.
UNIT-III
 Basketball
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(a) Johnson basketball rest.
(b) Knox basketball test.
(c) Harrison basketball test.
 Badminton
(a) Lockhart Mc. Pherson badminton test.
(b) French short & long serve test.
(c) Hicks badminton test.
 Field Hockey
(a) Henry Fridal field hockey test.
(b) Schmithal’s dribble. dodge, circular tackle & drive.
(c) Schmithal’s goal shooting, field & drive test.
 Soccer:
(a) Johnson soccer test.
(b) Shautele’s volleying, passing& recovery test.
(c) Shautele’s Judgement in passing test.
 Volleyball
(a) Brady’s volleying test.
(b) French & Cooper’s repeated volleying test.
(c) French & Cooper’s serve test.
UNIT-IV
Measurement of central tendencies.
(a) Measures of dispersion.
(b) Normal frequency curve.
(c) Plotting the values of quartiles from Ogive.
(d) Pearson’s product moment correlation.
(e) Student’s‘t’ test and its interpretation.
(f) Rank order correlation.
(g) Construction of Zee, Percentile, Tee, Hull & Sigma scales.
(h) Chi-square, Biserial, Tetra choric correlations and Phi Coefficient.
(i) Analysis of variance and covariance.
References
1. Baugartner Ted A “Measurement for Evaluation in Physical and Exercise Science” 1995
Jackson Andres S.
2. Hastad Douglas N. and Laey Alay C. Measurement and Evaluation in Physical
Education and Exercise Science 1994.
3. Marrow James R. Jackson Allon, Measurement and Evaluation in Human
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4. W.Disch James G and Mood Dab. Performance 1995 Printed in U.S.A.-Human Kinetics.
SYLLABUS FOR M.P.Ed (PART-II) PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FOR THE EXAMINATION, 2010-11
Marks
PART-I Theory 500
PART-II Practice of Teaching/ Coaching 200
PART-III Skill and prowess 225
PART-I- THEORY PAPERS
1. Sports Psychology 80+20 = 100
2. Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine 80+20 = 100
3. Professional Preparation and Curriculum Designing 80+20 = 100
4. Science of Coaching and Sports Training 80+20 = 100
5. Any one of the following:-
(a) Dissertation 80+20 = 100
(b) Yoga 80+20 = 100
(c) Sports Journalism 80+20 = 100
(d) Adapted Physical Education 80+20 = 100
(e) Sport Sociology 80+20 = 100
Note:- The norms relating to sessionals in each theory paper shall be as under
• Tutorials/ Assignment/ Class test. 8 marks
• Participation in Seminar/ Participation in group discussion 7 masks
• Viva voce by a panel of three faculty members of the department in which
regularity in attendance, classroom/ field performance, general performance to be
taken into account. 5 marks
PART-II PRACTICE OF TEACHING& COACHING MARKS 200
(A)
1. Coaching lesson in Track & Field 30
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2. Officiating in Track and Field 30
3. Theory Lesson 30
4. Note Book 10
(B)
1. Teaching Lesson Game 30
2. Coaching Lesson Game 30
3. Officiating in Game 30
4. Note Book 10
PART-III- SKILL AND PROWESS
Specialization offered 60+40 MARKS
A) Track and Field – (Compulsory) Coaching
(1) Sprints (2) Middle and long distance
(3) Relay Races (4) Hurdles
(5) Short put (6) Discus
(7) Javelin (8) Hammer
(9) Long jump (10) High jump
(11)Triple jump (12) Pole vault
(13)Steeple Chase
NOTE: - Candidates will be evaluated in Prowess/ performance out of 60 marks and in
skill out of 40 marks. The chairman in consultation with the endemic
committee will work out criteria.
B) Student shall choose any one of the following games 100 marks
(i) Hockey (ii) Volleyball (iii) Badminton
Contents to be covered in Track & Field /Game
1. Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event in India, Asia, World
level.
2. Main tournaments organized at national and International level.
3. Records/ Statistics of the game/ track and field event at World, Olympics, Asia, National.
4. Award in the game and list of at least ten players who got these awards.
5. Books and magazines on the Game/ Track and field listing at least five.
6. Officiating:
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Play area dimensions/ track layout and marking.
Equipment specifications
Officials and their duties.
Rules of the Game/ Track and Field and their interpretation
7. Technique (Skill)
Classification of skills
Sequential explanation of skills.
Various faults in skills, their causes and corrections, types of exercises to
develop and consolidate fundamental skills of the game / track and field
events.
8. Tactics and strategy:
(i) Individual practice, group and team.
(ii) Offensive and defensive tactics.
(iii) System of play their practical training.
(iv) Selection of team (Selection Procedure)
(v) Analysis of Performance in competition
C) Swimming (Compulsory) 25 MARKS
Brest stroke, Butterfly, water polo, officiating of these strokes and water polo.
NOTE: - 1
1. Theory paper in M.P.Ed. Part-II shall carry marks as indicated against each paper.
2. Track and field and two games of his/ her choice will be mentioned in the University
Degree.
3. Each theory paper shall be of three hours duration.
4. (i) Only such student shall be allowed to offer dissertation who secure at least 50
percent marks in M.P.Ed. Part-1 (Physical Education).
(ii) The title of dissertation of a candidate will be such as is approved by the Board of
Studies in Physical Education on the recommendation of the Head of the
Department.
(iii) The dissertation shall be submitted ordinarily by the 15th of March in the same
academic Year of the University Examination.
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(iv) When a candidate has failed in the examination but has obtained pass marks in
the dissertation, the dissertation marks may be carried forward at his/ her option.
(v) The minimum number of marks required to pass the examination shall be 40
percent in the dissertation.
5. Since this is a professional course aimed at improving the standard of games and sports,
it is both desirable and necessary that special attention should be paid to the practical
aspect of athletics and training.
NOTE-II
M.P.Ed. Part-II students will attend conditioning/ fitness programme and act as student teacher
in the game of their specialization for other classes in the morning and evening.
NOTE-II
Part I will be evaluated externally and II will be evaluated by an external and internal examiners
and part III skill and prowess will be evaluated internally by a panel of three examiners
appointed by the Chainman for each activity/ game separately keeping in view their expertise in
the activity/ game concerned from the faculty.
NOTE-III
Each student will be required to take 10 supervised lessons in the above mentioned area, at
least five lessons shall be taken in schools and five lessons in class itself. In addition, each
student shall complete five projects in different Game/ track and field as identified by the
Chairman. The Chairman will certify on the candidate notebook that requirements pertaining to
teaching practice, projects and officiating have fulfilled by him/her.
NOTE-V
Two theory periods per week for game and track & field specialization will be given in theory
timetable.
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PAPER-I
SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY
Total Marks: 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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
Psychology: The modern concept of Psychology, Methods of Psychology: Introspection.
Experimental, observation, survey, psychoanalysis and interview.
Sports Psychology: Meaning, definition and development of sports psychology. Need
importance and scope of sports psychology,
UNIT –II
Cognitive Process: Meaning of cognition, Characteristics of Cognitive Processes; Perception
Reaction time. Movement time, Reflex time. Response time.
Attention and Concentration : Definition. Meaning and dimensions of attention. Role of attention
in individual and team sports, strategies for improving attention and concentration.
UNIT –III
Personality: Concept of personality, ways of studying personality, Personality profile of
athletes. Personality and performance in sports, Impact of sports participation and competition
on personality.
Individual Differences: Causes and impact on sports performance.
Motivation: Definition, types, factors influence motivation. Motivation in relation to participation
and performance in sports.
Mental Training: Mental preparation, Mental imagery, Goal setting, focusing, strategic thinking.
UNIT – IV
Psychological Stress: Sources, influence on performance, copying-p strategies, psycho
regulation pep talk, discussion, diversion, psychological preparation for training and competition.
Mental Health: Meaning, Role of sports in promoting mental health, prevention of frustration
and maladjustment6 through sports.
Group Dynamics: Cohesion, Cooperation and Competition phenomena in sports, sports as
social experience.
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References
1. Lauther. John. D. “Sports Psychology”, Prentic Hall, Inc. Englewood.
2. Singer Robert No.“Motor Learning and human Performance”, Macmillan, New York.
3. Vauks. Miroslaw &“Psychology and the Superior athlete” Macmillan. Cp,Cratty,
London.
4. Singer Robert N. Lead &“The psychomotor domain movement behaviour”.
Fobiger ,Philadelphia.
5. Laughter John D. “Psychology of Coaching”. Prentice Hall Inc. EnglewoodCliff, NIJ.
6. Cratty, B.J.“Psychology in contemporary Sports”, Englewood Cliff, New Jersey.
7. Crattty, B.J. “Social dimensions physical activities”, Prentice Hall Inc.
8. Whiting, H.I.A. & Others:”Personality and Performance in Physical Education”, Henry
Kimton Publishers, London
9. Alderman R.S.:”Psychology Behaviour in Sports”, Saunders Co. Philadelphia.
10. Kamlesh M.L.”Psychology in Physical Education and Sports”, Metropolitan Book Co.,
Delhi.
11. Sandhu, G.S. and Mann, N.S.”Sports Excellence-A Psychological Pursuit
12. Ramchandran, L.
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PAPER – II
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY AND SPORTS MEDICINE
Total Marks: 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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
Muscular Function in Human Movement
a. Neuromuscular integration, Reciprocal Innervation.
b. Fiber distribution & performance, muscle tone, cross education
c. Different types of voluntary contractions:
d. Isotonic. Isometric, Eccentrics, Ballistic and Yogic exercises.
e. Co-contraction effect of different types of muscular activity. Reacting time. Movement
type, development of strength. Speed and flexibility.
f. Muscle fatigue. Effects of Training and Conditioning.
Respiratory System
a. Respiratory rate
b. Pulmonary ventilation
c. Control of breathing during exercise.
d. Aerobic capacity
e. Anaerobic endurance. Effects of training and conditioning.
UNIT – II
a. Circulatory system and changes in cardiac status during exercise. Effects of training
and conditioning.
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b. Exercise energy and Metabolism
c. Source of energy, anaerobic metabolism, aerobic metabolism.
d. Climate & Exercise
e. Regulation of body temperature
f. Head, stress and acclimatization
g. Effects of altitude or Physical performance.
h. Sex difference in exercise
i. Structural differences in male and female.
j. Physiological restraints in female athletes.
k. Effects of exercise on female athletes.
l. Ergogenic Factors in Exercise (aids and dopes)
m. Use and misuse of various aids, High Glycogen Diet Vitamin, Anabolic steroids, blood
doping alkalis, Amphetamines, Alcohol, Caffeine.
n. Aging and exercise
o. Training adaptation in cardio respiratory disorders Exercise Therapy.
UNIT-III
a. Definition, Concept of sports MEDICINE.
b. Usefulness in Physical Education
c. Genetics and Sports
d. Safety measures in sports.
e. Mechanism of production of injury.
f. Definition of superficial and deep injuries.
g. Artificial Playing surfaces.
h. First Aid on the Ground, methods and means.
i. Thermal stresses.
UNIT-IV
a. Regional Injuries in major and minor games, classification, treatment &follow-up.
b. Rehabilitation and Principles of exercise therapy.
c. Active exercises.
d. Mobilisation of joints.
e. Preventive of joint stiffness.
f. Remedial exercise.
g. Physical methods used in Rehabilitation.
h. Principles of Massage, Sports massage and therapeutic massage.
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References :
1. Appenzeller Otto Sports Medicine Urban & Schwarzenberg. Munich 1989.
2. Williams JGP and S Sports Medicine, Edward Arnold: London 1982
3. Hustson M.A. Sports injuries. Oxford University Press: New York 1996.
4. Sharma. O.P. Athletic Injuries. Khel Sahitya Kendra: New Delhi 1999.
5. P.K. Pande Sports Medicine Khel Sahitya Kendra: New Delhi 1998.
6. Wilmore Jack H. Physiology of Sports and Exercise. Human Kinetics:
and Costill Champaign 1999.
7. MeArdle William D. Exercise Physiology Lea and Febiger: Philadelphia 1991.
UNIT-III
PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION AND CURRICULUM DESIGNING
Total Marks: 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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
Foundations of Professional Preparation
• Ideals of Indian Democracy-contribution of Physical Education
• Forces and factors affecting educational Policies and Programmes- Social, Religious,
Economic and Political.
• The Purposes of education and Physical Education
• Role of Central Government in Education and Professional Preparation
• Professional Association
UNIT: II
Professional Preparation in Physical Education
 Historical review of Professional Preparation in India.
 The concept of Professional Leadership and Preparation therefore.
 Professional Qualification and Personal Qualities of Physical Educator
Undergraduate Preparation of Professional Personnel
 Purposes of Undergraduate Preparation
 Admission Procedures
 Curriculum- Field experiences, Laboratory experiences, teaching practice, professional
competencies to be developed, facilities and special resources for library.
Post Graduate Preparation
 Purposes of Post Graduate Studies
 Admission requirements
 Specialization
 Research Experience
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UNIT- III
Curriculum Designing
 The importance of Curriculum Designing
 Curriculum Patterns-Activity based, Movement Based, Concepts Based, Developmental
needs Based, Student centered curriculum patterns
 Role of the teacher in Curriculum Designing
 Principles of Curriculum Planning
 Selection of Educational Activities
 Classification of activities in Physical Education
 Outcome of each class of activity
 Suitability of activities for different age groups and sexes.
 Progression in Curriculum
 Cultural influence in the choice of activities
 Flexibility of Programme material.
UNIT – IV
Methods of teaching
Command Method, Practice Method, Guided Discovery and Problem Solving
 Time Allotment
 Block Programme
 Teaching Aids
 Provision for Individual Differences
 Development of Programme for different levels
 Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, 10 +2 School, College and University,
Special Institutions (Technical School, Orphans Hostel)
 Adapted Physical Education
Co-education in Physical Education
 Integrating the programmes for boys and girls
 Activities suitable for Co-educational needs
 Levels at which co-education is desirable
 Special provision for development of girls programme
Committee’s recommendations
 NCERT, CBSE, UGC recommendations on curriculum school and colleges
 Curriculum for colleges of Physical Education
References
1. Bucher, Charles & Wuest, Debora A. (1987) Foundations of Physical Education and
Sport 13th ed St. Louis: The C.V. Mosby Company
2. Harrison, Joyce, M & Blaekemore, Conie L(1989) Instructional Strategies for
Secondary School Physical Education. 2nd ed. Dubuque: Wm. C. Brown Publishers.
3. Jawett, Anne. E & Bain, Linda L, (1985) The Curriculum Process in Physical
Education, Dubuque: Wm. C. Brown Publishers.
4. Kamlesh.M.L. (1988) Physical Education: Facts and Foundations. Faridabad: P.B.
Publications
5. Voltmer, Edward. P et.al(1979) The Organization and Administration of Physical
Education. 5th ed. New Jersy: Prentice Hall. Inc.,
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6. Zeigler, Earle.E.Ed. (1982) Physical Education and Sports An Introduction
Philadelphia: Lee & Febiger
PAPER-IV
SCIENCE OF COACHING AND SPORTS TRAINING
Total 100
Theory 80
Sessional 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
• Definition of teaching. Coaching and Training. Need an scope of coaching in India:
• Qualifications and responsibilities of a coach. Professional preparation of coaches.
• Aim tasks and a characteristics of sports training and principles of sports training.
• A brief discussion on factors influencing high performance: Identification of talent.
Development of abilities and skills among children: Education and sports training.
• Training load- Important features of training lead- intensity-density-duration and
frequency principles of training load-adaptation process of over load- causes and
symptoms of over load and tackling of over load.
UNIT-II
• Training methods: weight training, circuit training. Interval training. Fartlek, competition
and test method, cross-country,plyometrics. Pressure training.
• Training for motor components: Strength characteristics and forms of strength,
Principles, mean and methods of strength training for children, adolescents women and
elite athletes.
• Endurance characteristics . importance of endurance, forms of endurance, basic
endurance training and for competitive sports and games means and methods of
endurance training.
UNIT-III
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• Speed: Definition. Characteristics- Forms and importance of speed, methods of speed
training, development speed barrier- its causes , means to overcome it.
• Flexibility: Characteristics types and importance in sports performance, methods of
flexibility development.
UNIT-IV
• Coordinative abilities: Undertstanding characteristics and importance in games and
sports. Planning and Organisation of Training_ importance of planning and principles of
planning Periodisation and its types-Contents for various periods of trainingcompetitions.
References
1. Fundamental of sports training , Moscow 1981
2. Harre . Dictrich. Principles of Sports Training ( Beslin : Sportulag 1982).
3. Dick. W. Frank . Sports Training Principles, London: Lepus Birks (1980).
4. Jenson, R. and Fisher, A.G: Scientific Basis of Athletic conditioning, Philadelphia:
Lea and Febiger 1979.
5. Thomas, R. Baechle, Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, Len and Febiger,
Philadelphia, 1972.
6. Mathew, D.K and Fox, E.L The Physiological Basis of Physical Education and
Athletics. Philadelphia: W.B Saunders Company 1976.
7. Chu. Donld A, Jumping into Plyometrics. Leisure Press Champaign, Illionis, 1992.
8. Singh, Hardyal, Science of Sports Training. D,V,S Publications. New Delhi.1991.
9. Radeliffe, James C. High Powdered Plyometrics: Advanced Enercucs for Enplosive
sports. Human Kinetic (U.S.A) 1999.
10. Bompa, Tudor, O. Periodisations Training for sports : Human Kinetic (U.S.A) 1999.
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PAPER-V
OPTIONAL SELECT ANY ONE FROM 5(A) TO 5(E)
PAPER- 5(A): DISSERTATION
PAPER-5(B): YOGA Total Marks:100
Theory 80
Sessional 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
• Meaning Philosophy and aim of Yoga. Types of Yoga, their special features with
reference to their objectives. Importance of Yams ( Abstinences) Niyamas (
Observances) in the field of Yoga.
UNIT-II
• Shudhi Kriyas (Purificatory Processes).
• Role and purpose of six purificatory processes in the field of a Yoga, Techniques and
effects of Neti( Jal and Sutra), Kapalbhati, Nauli and Vaman Dhauti.
• Asanas (Postures) and their purposes, types of Asanas, Principles of Asanas,
Psychological and Physiological effects of asanas, study of the technique,benefits and
contradictions of the Asanas given in the syllabus for practicals.
UNIT-III
• Pranayam(Breathing Exercise): Objectives, Meaning and Varieties of Pranayama.
Technique and benefits of Ujjai, Bhastrika, Shitali, sitkari and Bharamari Pranayamas.
Technique and applications of Bandhas (Neuromuscular locks) in the process of
Pranayama.
• Hathayogic practices and their roles as adopted measures (corrective and remedial)
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UNIT-IV
Relevance of Yoga in Modern Life
(a) Stress and strains.
(b) Psycho-physiological relaxation.
(c) Diet
(d) Sex
(e) Promotion of Yoga
References:
1. Facts about Yoga By Shri Jogindera, The Yoga Institute, Sania Cruj. Bombay-55.1975.
2. The complete book of Yoga By Shri Anand, Publisher-Orient Paper back Delhi (1980)
3. Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practices M.M More Kanchan Prakashar.
Kaivalayadhama, Lonavala. 1984.
4. Yoga in Modern Life By Shri Jogmohan. The Yoga Institute Santa Cirm Bombay-55,1966.
PAPER-5 (C) : SPORTS JOURNALISM
Total Marks: 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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 of Mass Media
Purpose of Mass Media for the propagation of sports growth of sports communication
Coverage of Sports
In daily newspapers general magazines and specialized sports magazines. Sports on radio,
television and Internet or Web
UNIT-II
Organization of sports departments section in a daily newspaper, a news agency and magazine
office .
Qualifications and responsibilities of a sports writer . Reporter and editor .
Journalistic techniques
Characteristics of news: importance of human factors in news. Writing the news story lead and
body reporting various game. Editing and heading of news. Picture section and editing. Sports
page Make up.
UNIT-III
Ethics of Sports Writing
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Sportsman’s Gratuities. Amatcurism Vs Professionalism, Invasion of private life. Emphasis on
winning . Sportsmanship . Sports for charity .
Writing a sports Feature:
Types of sports features. Exclusive pictures. Freelance writing in sports.
UNIT-IV
Sports personalities and their thumbnail sketches.
Reviewing sports Editorials.
Writing a weekly or fortnightly column
Covering national/ international sports meets.
Covering Sports for Radio, Television and
References
1. Health Jr How to cover write and edit sports.
Gelfand. Ames Lows U.S.A. q 1951
2. Nea. Robest News Gathering and News writing.
New York. Columbia Univ. Press 1969
4. Juris. John R. This writing game
New York. Columbia University press. 1969
5. “Sports” by Bhola Singh Thakur (pp- 111-124) in the Indian Reporter Guide by Richard
Richfield. Allied Pacific pvt. Ltd. Bombay 1962.
6. “Sports Journalism in India” by M.K. Dharma Raja (pp 38-467) in Mass Media in India
1980-81. Edited by Research and reference Division and published by the Director. Pb.
Division. Ministry of Information & Broadcasting Govt. of India. 1982.
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PAPER: 5 (D) ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Total Marks : 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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
(i) The aims of adapted physical Education
(ii) The Objectives of adapted Physical Education
(iii) Basis for adapted physical education
(iv) Functions of adapted physical education
The Adapted Programme in Action
(i) The scope of adapted programme
(ii) The adapted programme for elementary schools
(iii) The adapted programme for high/ secondary schools
(iv) The adapted programming for college & universities
UNIT-II
PERSONNEL PREPARATION
(i) The guiding principles of adopted physical education
(ii) The policies for adopted physical Education
(iii) Preparation of personnel
(iv) The in-service Training programme
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UNIT-III
EVALUTION & MEASUREMENT
(i) Selection of evaluation procedures
(ii) Classification of Handicapped and disabled individual
(iii) Determination of specific disabilities
(iv) Need based programme emphasis for individual handicaps.
UNIT=IV
SOCIAL AND PSYSCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT
(i) Courses of maladjustment
(ii) Role of Physical Education in preventing maladjustment and in the promotion of
adjustment
(iii) Recreation for the handicapped
(iv) Postural defects- flat foot, spinal defects shoulder deformities
(v) Rehabilitation programmes for bone and join injuries ankle, knee, shoulder,
elbow, and hand injuries
(vi) Neurological disabilities- Spastics Poliomyelitis (Cerebral Palsy)
(vii) Special Physical education programme for blind deaf and mentally retarded
children
References
1. H.H. Clark & “Development and Adapted Physical Education” Englewood, Prentice
Hall l964.
2. D.H. Clark, A.S. Daniels “Adapted physical Education” New York Harpers & Brothers
1972.
3. G.T. Stafford, “Prevention & Corrective Physical Education”
4. J.L. Rathoone, “Corrective Physical Education” Philadelphia W.B. Saunders Co. 1968.
5. V.V. Hunt, “Recreation for the Handicapped” Prentice Hall inc., 1974
6. P.G. Rasch , “Kinesiology and applied anatomy” Lea & Febriger Philadelphia, 1978
7. B.J. Cratty, Adapted Physical Education in the main stream love Publishing Company,
Denver Calorado 80222. 1989.
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PAPER – 5(E): SPORTS SOCIOLOGY
Total Marks : 100
Theory : 80
Sessional : 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 to Sports Sociology
• Play Games & Sports
• (Classification of concepts)
UNIT II
• Culture & Sports
• Socialization & Sports
• Stratification in Sports
UNIT III
• Social Change & Sports
• Social Control & Sports
UNIT IV
• Violence in Sports
• Women in Sports
• Politics & Sports
• Racial difference in Sports
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References:
1. Bucher. Charles A. “Foundations of Physical Education” St. Louis. 1979. The C.H.
Mosby Company.
2. Barrow. Harold M- “ Man and Movement” Principles of Physical Education. Lea and
Febiger, 1983
3. Bhushan Vidya and Sachdeva, D.R. – “ An Intrroduction to Sociology” Kitab Mahal
22-A. Sarojini Naidu Marg. Allahabad.
4. Ponomaryou N.I. Sports and Society, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1981

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