Friday, 20 April 2012

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU , DETAILED SYLLABUS, M.P. Ed. Part –II ( Final )

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2011, 2012 and 2013
M.P. Ed-I
( Previous )
Paper – I Title : History & Principles of Physical Education
Duration of Examination: 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32

Unit I Introduction
Definition of Physical Education; Aims & Objectives; Physical Education
as an Art and Science; Social and emotional development; Meaning of
the Physical Culture, Physical Training in Games and Sports
Unit II Foundation of Physical Education
Physical and Motor Development; Psychological Development;
Sociological Development; Motor Learning; Load : Normal Load,
Overload and Crest Load; Use and disuse; Sex differences; Growth and
Development; Heredity and environment.
Unit III History of Physical Education
History of Greece ; History of Rome; History of Ancient and Modern
India; History of Russia; History of Great Britain; History of Germany;
History of Denmark.
Unit IV Philosophies of Physical Education
Naturalism; Idealism; Individualism; Pragmatism and their contribution
to Physical Education.
Unit V Sport Agencies
International Competitions; SAI/NS NIS and its contribution to Physical
Education; National Sports Awards; YMCA and its contribution; Indian
Olympic Association and its contribution; Different Sports Federations
(National & International );Modern Olympic Games

Reference Books :
1. William, J.P. Principles of Physical Education, Saunders, 1964
2. D. Oberteuffer and Tirich Physical Education and Textbook of Principles
of Professional students, 3rd B.T., Harper and
Row, 1962
3. Eraj Ahmed Khan History of Physical Education, Book Co.,
Patna
4. Rajagopalan, K.A Brief History of Physical Education, Scientific
in India. Army Publications, Delhi, 1962
5. Harold, M. Barrow Man and his Movement : Principles of his
Physical Education, Lea and Febigar, 1971,
Philadelphia.
6. Charles, A. Buche Foundations of Physical Education
7. Man Daler and Bonnet A World History of Physical Education
8. Hutchinson and Rica Brief History of Physical Education

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2011, 2012 and 2013
M.P. Ed -I
( Previous )
Paper – II Title : Anatomy, Physiology and Kinsiology
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32
Unit – I Introduction and Skeleton System
Meaning of anatomy and Physiology; Cell structures; Properties of living
matter; Anatomy of Bone and Cartilage; Kinds and functions of bones;
Name and location of the bones of human body; Types of Joints;
Description of diarthodiat joints.
Unit – II Muscular and Respiratory Systems
Gross and microscopic structure of skeletal muscles; Mechanism of
muscular contraction and relaxation; Nature of neuro-muscular activity;
Muscle tone, law of reciprocal innervations; Muscle work and fatigue;
Structure of respiration organs; Mechanism of respiration; Tissue and
pulmonary respiration
Unit – III Digestive & Excretory System
Brief description and location of the mouth, teeth, salivary glands,
stomach and intestine; The digestive juices; Mechanism of digestion and
absorption of food; Anatomy of Kidney; Functions of Kidneys; Lungs
and skin as organs of excretion
Unit – IV Blood & Blood Circulation
Composition of blood and its functions; Blood pressure - systolic and
disystolic blood pressure; Measurement of blood pressure; Anatomy of
heart; Systemic and pulmonary circulation, coronary circulation;
Mechanism of circulation; Heart rate, stroke volume, cardiac output,
cardiac reserve capacity; Cardiac Cycle
Unit – V Kinesiology
Definition, scope and importance of kinesiology. Terminology of various
types of movements, body plans, body axix, characteristics of various
joints and their movements, characteristics of skilful performance.

Reference Books :
1. Pearee Evelyn, C Anatomy and Physiology for nurses
London, Faber and Faber Ltd.,
1962
2. Pavat, J Anatomy for students and Teachers of
Physical Education, London, Edward
Arnold and Co., 1959
3. Willion, JF Anatomy and Physiology London,
WB Saunders
4. Senson Wright Applied Physiology
5. Kiober Grey Anatomy and Physiology
6. Stackpoles Anatomy and Physiology (6th Ed.)
7. Best & Taylor The Living Body, New Delhi, Asia
Club House, 1960
8. Smount, CFV and
Mc Donald, RJS Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy
and Gymnastics, Edward Arnold Pvt.
Ltd., 1969

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2011, 2012 and 2013
M.P. Ed -I
( Previous )
Paper – III Title : Advance Techniques of Officiating and Coaching
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32
Unit – I Introduction
Meaning, importance and principles of officiating, Measures for
improving the standard of officiating, qualifications and duties of a good
official, duties of officials in different games and Athletic events. Rules
and interpretation of games and athletic events; Pre-game, during game
and post game duties of an official.
Unit – II Measurement of Tracks & Courts
Measurements of Courts (different games), track marking and preparing
score sheet of different games and track and field.
Unit – III Coaching
Basic coaching Principles in games and sports; Qualities of a good
coach. Principles and methods of selection of players/teams for various
competitions.
Unit –IV Warming up & Fitness
Warming up and its importance; Various methods of conditioning.
Interval training; Fortlek and circuit training; physical fitness;
psychological fitness; skill ability and skill execution ability.
Unit – V Officiating and Coaching
Sports for men and women :
Games : Football, Basketball, Kabaddi,
Badminton, Table Tennis, Hockey,
Handball, Volleyball.
Athletics : Relay Races, sprints, Middle distance
running, Long distance running,
Hurdles.
Throws : Discus, Javelin and Hammer Throws.
Jumps : High Jump, Long Jump, Tripple Jump
Preparation of TA/DA bills and eligibility rules.

Reference Books :
1. John, V. Bunn : The Art of officiating Sports, Prentice
– Hall, Inc, Englewood Cliffs, N.J
2. John. W. Duna : Scientific Principles of Coaching,
Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J
3. H.C Buck : Rules of Games and Sports.
4. Be Clar : Science of Coaching, A.S. Barhas and
Co, New York
5. R. L. Anand : Playing Field Mannual, NIS
Publication

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2011, 2012 and 2013
M.P. Ed-I
( Previous )
Paper – IV Title : Research Methodology
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment :
20
b) Minimum Pass
Marks : 32
Unit – I Introduction
Meaning and definition of Research; Need, nature and scope of
research in Physical Education; Selection and definition of Problem
Location of Problem; criteria for selection of problem.
Unit – II Research Literature :
Location of the research material; Indexes; books; bibliographies;
reviews and abstracts; critical literature and allied literature.
Unit – III Types of Research :
Survey research, and case study, meaning , uses and scope.
Genetic Research - Meaning, need, importance.
Experimental Research - Meaning, uses, characterstics, general
principles.
Unit – IV Tools of Research
Interview, questionnaire, survey, visitation, Psychological tests, skill
tests, knowledge tests, socio meteoric techniques, photography.
Unit – V Research Report
Design of the study, Format & Main Body - Preliminary section,
Introduction, statementj of the problem, significance, hypothesis and
technical terms, Review of related literature, presentation of data,
interpretation and analysis of data, discussion, conclusion, summary,
bibliography and references.

Reference Books :
1. D H Clarke Research processes in Physical Education,
Recreation and Health.Prentice Hall, 1970
2. S P Shuklaetal Elements of Educational Research, Applied
Publishers,
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi –1983
3. C V Good Methods of Research, Application Century
Crafts Inc., New York, 1954.
4. J W Best Research in Education Prentice Hall, 1980
5. W R Mouly Educational Research and introduction, David
Making Co., Inc New York 1975.
6. Scott G.M Ed Research Methods applied to Health, Physical
Education and Recreation 2nd Edn.,
Washington D.C Ahper –1959
7. Hillway Tyres Introduction to research Boston Henghton
Miffin Co., 1956.
8. Smith H L Educational Research Principles and practice
Bloomington, Indian Pub. Inc 1944

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

DETAILED SYLLABUS
M.P. Ed-I
( Previous )
Paper – V Title : Methods, Organization and Administration of Physical
Education
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32
Unit – I Introduction
Meaning, types and importance of Teaching methods; Factors effecting
Teaching Methods; Presentation Techniques – Personal and Technical
preparation; Meaning, importance and principles of Lesson Plan; Lesson
Plan for Gymnastics
Unit – II Teaching & Teaching Aids
Meaning and importance of Audio-visual Aids in Physical Education;
Meaning and types of command; Steps/stages in teaching Motor Skill;
Class management
Unit – III Organisation & Management
Meaning and importance of Organisation and Administration in Physical
Education; Objectives and guiding principles of Organization and
Administration; Care and maintenance of sports equipment; Care and
maintenance of play fields
Unit – IV Records and their Management
Meaning of records and registers and their importance; Types of record
and register; Meaning and purpose of Budget; Qualification and qualities
of a good administrator.
Unit – V Organisation of Tournaments
Scheme of Organisation at the University level; Meaning and types of
Tournaments; Merits and demerits of knock-out and League
tournaments; Preparation of Fixture on simple knock-out and League
basis only.

Reference Books :
1. Kannp Clydo & E Teaching Methods for Physical
Education, Mc Graw Hill Book
2. Tirunurayana, C & S Hariharan Methods in Physical Education (South
India Press, Karaikudi, India)
3. Kamlesh, M.L. & Sangra, M.S Methods in Physical Education
Prakash Brothers, Jullundhur. 1982
4 Two experienced Professors Organisation and Administration and
Recreation in Physical Education,
Prakash Brothers, Jullundur, 1982.
5. Wakharkar, D.C Manual of Physical Education. Pearl
Publications. Bombay . 1967

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011
M.P. Ed-II
( Final )
Paper – I Title : Sports Psychology & Sociology
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32
Unit – I Introduction
Definition of Psychology, importance of Psychology in the field of
Physical Education and Sports. Psychology as a science.
Unit – II Heredity & Physical Education
Meaning of Heredity and Environment, Growth and Development. Heridity and
Environment , Importance, Laws of Heridity and Environment in Physical &
Sports. Personality, its types and development.
Unit – III Motivation & Sports
Definition of Motivation, Types of motivation, Importance of Motivation
in Physical Education and Sports, Emotions; - its arousal, anger, fear,
anxiety and stress and their effects on performance in sports.
Unit – IV Theories of Learning
Learning, laws of learning, types of learning, learning curves -
Thorandike trial and error theory; Gestal (insight) theory; and Parlov
(Conditioning) theory.
Unit – V Sports & Society
Sociology and its meaning and importance in Physical Education;
Physical Education and sports as a socializing agency; Social systems ;
School, Family, Peer Group and society.

Reference Books :
Rouben, B Frost Psychological concepts applied to Physical
Education and Coaching education and
Coaching, Edition, Wesley Publishing Co,
London.
Lawther, John D Psychology of Coaching, Englewood Cliffs,
Prantic hall (Latest Edition)
Gratty, B.J Psychological and Physical Activities Prentice
Hall Inc. 1968
Morgan, CT Pychological Psychology, New York,
McGraw Hill (Latest Edition)
Dridge & Hung Psychological Foundations of Education,
Harper and Row Publishers
Larson Social Dimension of Physical Activity.
Leonard in the Encyclopaedia of Sports
Sciences and Medicine. The McMilian Co.
New York 1972.
Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011
M.P. Ed
Part –II ( Final )
Paper – II Title : Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32
Unit – I Introduction
Concept of sports medicine scope of sports medicine for Physical
educationers and coaches. Sports medicine in India. Prevention of Sports
injuries; Role of Physical education and coaches in prevention of sports
injuries. Pre-conditioning injury prevention. Exercises and drives Static;
Stretching exercises; Therapeutic exercises and their classification;
special pre-conditioning exercises for knee; ankle; shoulders and thigh
etc.
Unit – II Sports Injuries
Terminology and classification of common sports injuries; pathological
changes in sprains; strain and contusion Regional injuries and their
management; Frozen Shoulder & Tennis elbow; Rehabilitation
procedures of sports injuries; Principles of rehabilitation of injuries;
cryotherapy; Pressure bandage; hydrotherapy; electrotherapy;
massage;and therapeutic massage; Wax bath
Unit – III Physiology of exercise
Short and long term effects of exercises on muscular tissues;
physiological principles of development of strength; endurance; speed
and flexibility. Heart role and exercise. Threshhold for training; effect on
heart;. Blood pressure and exercise; Lung vantilation during rest and
exercises. Change in lung diffusion in muscular activity.
Unit – IV Doping & Sports
Definition of Doping; Types of Doping in Sports; ill effects of Doping;
Effects of caffeine and Alcohol on sports performance; Balance diet;
Protein loading; carbohydrate loading.
Unit – V Sports Therapy
Therapy of Sports Injuries Physio – therapy Devices; Static Stretching
exercises; Sports for the Physically Handicapped; Rehabilitation
principles, Therapeutic Exercises; Exercises for the knee, ankle,
shoulder and thighs; Massage and Strapping.

Reference Books :
1. AAHPER Weight Training in Sports and Physical Education, 1962
2. Armstrong and Tuckler Injuries in Sports, London, Staples Press, 1964
3. Ryans Allan Medical Care of the Athlete, McGraw Hill.
4. William, JGP Sports and medicine, Arnold Press
5. Johnson Warren Science and medicine of exercise and sports, Harper and
Bros.(edited)
6. Pande, P.K Know How Sports Medicine, AP Publishers, Jallandhar.
7. Scott & Nisonson Principles of Sports Medicine, William Wilkine
Publishers, 1984
8. Barrow and Brow Complete guide on Sports Injuries, William
Wilkins Publishers, 1968
9. Kineretal Theraputic Exercise, Davis Publishers, 1986
10. Admud Bruke 1988 Reading in Exercise Physiology for Coach and
Athlete.

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011
M.P. Ed
Part –II ( Final )
Paper – III Title : Science of Sports Coaching
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32

Unit – I Introduction
Teaching, training and Coaching; Meaning, aim, tasks and characterstics
of Sports Training; Need and scope of sports training; Professional
preparation of Coaches.

Unit – II Training State & Load
Meaning; Means of developing; competitive exercises; General
Exercises; Special Exercises; Progressive Training; and Resistance
Training.
Meaning and characteristics of training load; Adaptation and Training
Load - Principles of Loading : individual load, load of the whole year,
interval load.

Unit – III Physical Training
Meaning; importance and kinds of strength; Training Methodology;
Methods; Planning; Testing; precautions in strength training.
Endurance Training - Meaning; importance and kinds of
endurance; Training Methods; Planning; Testing and
precautions in endurance training.
Speed Training - Meaning; kinds of speed; Training methods; planning
testing and precautions in speed training.
Flexibility - Meaning; importance; fundamentals of training
methodology testing and precautions.
Meaning , importance , training ,methodology , testing , means of
developing co-ordinative abilities.

Unit – IV Technical and tactical Training
Technical Training - Meaning and importance; stages of training;
Tactical Training - Meaning of tactics and tactical action; Measures
for improving the standard of officials in different games and sports
in India; Criteria for selection of teams at different levels; warming
up and cooling down.

Unit – V Psychological training & periodization
Meaning, importance, planning long term and direct mental
preparation; Psychological factors affecting performance in sports
and games and methods to improve them; Methods of Psychological
preparation in Competitions; Planning in sports; whole year plan;
competition plan; Macrocycle;
General principles of training schedules and periodization of training;
Microcycle; Mero cycle.

Reference Books :
1. Fundamentals of sports training, progress Publishers, Moscow, 1977
2. Vidyasagar, Training Systematics in throwing Netaji
Subhash National Institute of Sports, Patiala,
India
3. Gene Hooks, Application of Weight Training to Athletics,
Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood, Cliffs, N.J
4. Cooper, KH The acrobic Way, Bantom Books, Inc., 1978
5. Breer Marison, R Efficiency of Human Movement, London, WB
Saunders.
6. Bunn, JW Scientific Principles of Coaching, Englewood
Cliffs, Prentice Hall
7. Bounder, JB How to be successful Coach, New York,
Prentice Hall.
8. Wilf Parish Track & Field Athletic, Lepus Books, Henry
Kimton, Ltd. Edinburge, 1976.
9. Broer, M. Efficiency of Human Movement, Philadelphia,
WB Saunders Co. 1878

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011
M.P. Ed
Part –II ( Final )
Paper – IV Title : Measurement and Evaluation
in Physical Education
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32

Unit – I Introduction
Meaning, value and importance of Tests, measurement and evaluation
in Physical Education; Principles of Tests; measurement and
evaluation; Scientific criteria for selection of a Test; Measurement of
validity, Reliability, objectivity and norms Skill Test for Hockey,
Soccer, Badminton, Basketball, Volleyball and Lawn Tennis.

Unit – II Physical Fitness Testing
Concept and assessment of Physical fitness; Related Physical fitness
tests; Motor ability fitness tests; Anthropometrics measurement and
body composition tests.

Unit – III Psychological testing variables
Testing Psychological variables – Competitive anxiety, aggression,
team cohesion, motivation and self concept.

Unit – IV Statistics in Physical Education
Arranging data into frequency distribution tables; Polygram and
Histogram; Meaning of measures of Central Tendency, Calculation
of mean, mediun and mode; Meaning of measures of variability –
Calculation of Range, Quartiles and Standard deviation (SD)

Unit – V Percentiles & Correlation
Meaning of percentiles and percentile Ranks; Calculation of percentile and
percentile ranks; Meaning of co-efficient of correlation; Calculation of coefficient
of correlation by rank order method; Karl Pearson method of
correlation and co-efficient of correlation.

Reference Books :
Clarks H. Harison Application of Measurement to Health and
Physical Edu. Puentice Hall Englewood
Cliffs, NJ 5th Edition, 1976
Scott Gladys and French Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Edu.
WMC Brown Co. Publishers, Dubuque, Iowa,
1959
Mathew K. Donald Measurement in Physical Edu. WD Saundoos
Co. London (Second Edition).
Movvey, E. Gavvett Statistics in Psychology and Education David
Mekay, Company. Inc.
Johnson, Barry L. & Nelson Jack K Practical Measurement for Evaluation in
Physical Education, Surjeet Publications,
1982

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011
M.P. Ed
Part –II ( Final )
Paper – V Title : Yoga &
Recreation
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours
Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32

Unit – I Introduction
Definition of Yoga; Importance of Yoga in the field of Physical
Education & Sports; Aims of Yoga; Yoga as an art and science.

Unit – II Types of Yoga
Raj Yoga and Ashtang Yoga with special reference to Physical
Education; Different Schools of Yoga and their benefits; Bakti Yoga,
Karam Yoga, Jap Yoga & Hath Yoga.

Unit – III Asanas
Asanas and their purpose; Types of Asanas; principles of Asanas; The
Psychological & Physiological effects of Asanas.

Unit – IV Recreation and Yoga
The importance of Recreation in the field of Physical Education; The
educational value of Recreation; The role of Recreation leader in the
field of Physical Education.

Unit – V Camping
Educational nature of the Camp; Allied Equipment required for the
Camp; Organisation of Camp; Leadership in Camping; Importance of
Camping.

Reference Books :
1. Asanas and Pranayama by Swami Kuvalyanand.
2. Yoga for Health, Happiness and Peace by Yoga
Acharya Prakash Dev
3. Yoga Method of Reintegration by Alain Danial.
4. Yoga Personal Hygene by Shri Joginder
5. Introduction to Community Recreation, by Mc.
Graw Hill Book Comp., New York.
6. Introduction to Recreation Education, WDS
Sunders Company, by Philadclphia, London.
7. Leadership to Recreation, AS Barnas and Co. New
York.

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011

M.P. EdPart –II ( Final )
DISSERTATION
Candidate who shall score atleast 55% marks in Theory
Papers in Part –I of the M.P.Ed Course can only opt for
Dissertation
Admission & Eligibility Criteria for admission to the Masters Degree in Physical
Education
1. A candidate who has passed the following examinations shall be
eligible to join the course :-
a) B.P.Ed/D.P.Ed (One Year Course after Graduation.)
b) B.P.E (Four Year Degree Course from a recognized Indian or
Foreign University/Institution with at least 45% marks in
aggregate)
c) B.P.E three year with B.P.Ed/D.P.Ed Course (One Year)
d) Any other equivalent and recognized course as above as
approved by the University of Jammu
2. The duration of the course of studies in Masters Degree in
Physical Education shall be two academic years i.e. Part –I (
Previous) and Part –II (Final)
3. The admission of a candidate to the course shall be made on the
basis of merit obtained in the Physical Fitness Test, Written Test,
Sports Achievements and weightage in the qualifying examination
and the counselling of the candidate.
Highest achievement in one approved game/sport shall be
considered as Sports achievement.
4. The examinations shall be held in two parts i.e. M.P.Ed Previous
at the end of the course of first year and the M.P.Ed final at the
end of the second year. The examinations shall commence in the
last week of April/May every year or on the dates as may be
notified by the Controller of Examinations.
5 The medium of instructions shall be English and the candidate
admitted to the course shall be required to take up the
examination in English only.
6. The examination shall consist of the following parts

M.P.Ed. Part – I ( Previous)
• Theory 500 Marks
• Practicals 300 Marks
Total : 800 Marks
THEORY
S.No. Subjects/ Papers Marks Assessment
1.
History and Principles of Physical
Education
80
20
2. Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology 80 20
3. Advanced Techniques of officiating &
Coaching
80 20
4. Research Methodology 80 20
5. Methods, Organization and
Administration of Physical Education
80 20

PRACTICALS
Internal
(Marks)
External
(Marks)

a) General
Lesson
1.
General & Specific exercises
50 50
2. Class Formation/Mass PT
3. Types of Commands
4. Five supervised lesson in the
Note Book
Internal
(Marks)
External
(Marks)
b) Lesson on
Athletics &
performanc
e
50 50

1. Teaching of Athletics
Events
2. Marking of Track &
Officiating
3. Five Athletic Lesson in the
Note Book
4.Performance

100 Mts., 200 Mts.,400 Mts.,
Long Jump, Shot Put ( Max. 5
Marks for each )
Internal
(Marks)
External
(Marks)
c) Lesson on
Game
50 50

1.Teaching of Fundamental
Skills
2. Officiating & Marking of
concerned fields/courts and
preparation of Score Sheets
3. Five lessons on one game in
the Note Book

Games Allotted : Football, Hockey, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Cricket,
Badminton,
(Any one) Wrestling, Handball, Basketball, Kabaddi/Kho-Kho

M.P.Ed (Final)
• Theory 500 Marks
• Practicals 300 Marks
Total : 800 Marks
THEORY
S.No
Subjects/Papers Marks Assessment
1. Sports Psychology and Sociology 80 20
2. Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation 80 20
3. Science of Sports Coaching 80 20
4. Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Edu. 80 20
5. Any one of the following :
i) Dissertation
ii) Yoga & Recreation
iii)Supervision in Physical Education
80 20

Note : The candidate scoring alteast55% marks in theory in M.P.Ed
(Previous) shall only be allowed to opt for the dissertation.
PRACTICALS
Internal
(Marks)
External
(Marks)

a) Class Room
Theory
lesson
50 50

1. General Lesson on any
topic of Theory Paper
Internal
(Marks)
External
(Marks)
b) Lesson on
Advance
Training &
Coaching in
Games
50 50

1. Basic Rules & Regulations and
officiating any of these games i.e.
Football, Hockey, Volleyball, Table
Tennis, Cricket, Badminton,
Wrestling, Handball, Basketball,
Kabaddi/Kho-Kho
Internal
(Marks)
External
(Marks)

c) Proficiency in one
game as per the
candidate’s choice
50 50

1. The discipline of students admitted to the M.P.Ed Course shall
be governed as per the Statutes governing the discipline of
students as contained in the University Calendar and as
enforced by the University of Jammu from time to time.
The students seeking admission to the course shall have to give an
affidavit/undertaking to the effect that they shall abide by the norms of
discipline of the University of Jammu and all its Statutes, rules and regulations
and shall not indulge into any such act which may be in contravention to the
conducive academic milien and atmosphere of the University.
2. In the absence of any specified Statute(s) as above, the Statutes of the
University of Jammu in general as in vogue shall be applicable on the
students and for the working of the Department and the Course.
3. The general statutes as are applicable to the B.P.Ed Course shall also be
applicable in the M.P.Ed Two Year Course.
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UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU
DETAILED SYLLABUS
For the examinations to be held in the year 2009, 2010 and 2011
M.P. Ed
Part –II ( Final )

Paper – V Title : Supervision in Physical Education
Duration of Examination : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
a) Internal Assessment : 20
b) Minimum Pass Marks : 32

Unit – I Introduction
Modern concept of supervision; how it differs from inspection; Scope
of supervision; Factors influencing the supervision; Guiding principles
of supervision.

Unit – II Functions of Supervisor
Qualities and qualification of a good supervisor; Duties pertaining to
administration and supervision; Duties pertaining to facilities,
equipment and supply; Duties pertaining to special services; Duties
pertaining to professional growth

Unit – III Methods of Supervision
Visitation – purpose; types; planning the visitation programme;
visitation procedure and follow up; Conference – Individual and
group conference; situations requiring conferences; planning of a
conference; conduct of a conference; Record of meetings;
Demonstration – Meaning and purpose of Demonstration; advantages
and disadvantages. Types and preparation for demonstration.
Conducting the demonstration and follow up; Role of films in
demonstration teaching.

Unit – IV Planning and operating the supervisory programme
The need for planning the supervisory programme; Objectives of
planning the supervisory programme; Principles of planning the
supervisory programme; Meaning and functions of leadership;
Guidelines for effective leadership.

Unit –V Curriculum and evaluation
Meaning and factors influencing the Physical Education curriculum;
Principles of curriculum development; Criteria for curriculum contents;
Meaning and purpose of Evaluation; Types of Evaluation; Principles of
Evaluation of Physical Education Programme

Reference Books :
1. George, D Butler Introduction of Community
Recreation

2. J B Nash Philosophy of Recreation and
Leisure

3. H Dan Corbin Recreation Leadership.

4. John, L. Hutchunson Principles of Recreation.

5. Meyer, H.D and Brightbill, CK Community Recreation.

6. See Laster R. Better What every supervisor should know
? New York, 1974

7. Bhatnagar and Kamlesh Educational Supervision, Lyal Book
Dept, Meerut.

8. Carl E Wilgoose The curriculum in Physical
Education Boston University,
Prentice hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs,
N. Jersey

9. Cassidy, R. Curriculum Development in
Physical Education, New York,
Harper and Bros., 1954

Note for Paper Setter :
Paper setter is required to set 10 questions, two questions from each unit. Candidate
is required to attempt five questions, atleast one question from each unit. All
questions carry equal marks.

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