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Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports University, Chennai Bachelor of Physical Education Preamble The Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports

University established by an Act of the Government of Tamil Nadu in 2004, is unique and the first of its kind in India as an affiliatory University, exclusively for Physical

Education and Sports. It started is a rare coincidence from that the University declared by has the

functioning

December

2005,

United Nations as International year for Sport and Physical Education. Departments The and University seven has four Faculties, eleven the

affiliated

Colleges.

Further

University has proposals to offer select Physical Education and Allied Courses, through Distance Education stream also. Vision "To engage in relentless pursuit of Excellence in the promotion and development of Physical Education and Sports through research innovative and programme in teaching, and evolve a coaching, holistic

outreach

activities

approach to the betterment of human resources through a harmonious blend of body, mind and spirit" Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E) Degree Course Three Years Physical involving sports Education is an inter-disciplinary human science

fields

related

to

education, Physical

behaviour, is an

and

social

science.

education

integral part of the education structure and its programme provides suitable physical activities based on need, age, ability and aptitude of the participants. The three-year

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course

in

physical to

education to

and

sports about

provide the

ample recent

opportunity

students

learn

development in physical education. The provide purpose a longer of the three-year of degree course is to in

period

professional

preparation

physical education and sports. Physical education is the foundation for higher performance in competitive sports. REGULATIONS 1. Candidate for the three years degree course shall have the following requirements to be admitted in the B.P.E course. a. Candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary

Examination (+2) or any other equivalent examination. b. Other requirement: Be free from Physical Deformities Pass the prescribed Physical Proficiently Test. Be medically fit to undergo the course. c. Must have represented the district / school in any game / sport. 2. Duration of the Course: The course shall six for the degree over a of Bachelor of of Physical academic for a

Education years for

extend

period total

three

semesters.

The

working

days

semester shall not be less than 100 working days excluding examination days. The curriculum and syllabi for the course shall be as prescribed from time to time. 3. Attendance A student must have 90 percent attendance of the total number of working days in theory and practical classes to write the Semester Examinations. If a student has less than 80% of attendance, he must produce medical certificate

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(in case he/she is medically unfit) to obtain a certificate of condonation if a from the concerned less authorities. 80% in In other

cases,

student

gets

than

attendance

he /she should REDO the semester. 4. Continuous Assessment a. Written Examination (20 Marks) Continuous assessment (CA) will be graded by the subject teachers. Three CA tests will be conducted for each paper. Each test carriers a maximum of 20 marks and the average of best two tests will be considered. However, in the case of students who miss the tests for any valid reason with a prior permission (Viz., from the concern the teacher/s College, and and the

principal University,

representing State

Division, Sickness),

District,

tournaments

he/she may be granted special permission to write the CA test before the commencement of semester examinations of that semester. b. Assignment (5 Marks) The teachers will give assignments to students and

5 marks are allotted for this. This may be of any accepted method (Seminar, Project, Written Materials, Record, etc). c. Pre-Semester (25 Marks) Pre-Semester examination will be held at the end of each semester before the final semester examination covering all portions and 25 marks of the CA are awarded from this

examination. Each paper carries 75 marks and this will be converted to 25 marks. For all examinations and assignments the dates should be intimated to the students earlier by staff concerned. First C.A. Test Second C.A. Test Third C.A. Test 20 Marks 20 Marks 20 Marks

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I. Average of the above best two tests II. Assignment III. Pre-Semester Total =

20 Marks 5 Marks 25 Marks 50 2 = 25 Marks

PRE SEMESTER EXAMINATION IS COMPULSORY If a student secures low marks in CA test he / she can seek for improvement by repeating it in the successive

semester or after the completion of the course. There is no minimum mark for passing the in both internal for and external in each

examinations.

However,

minimum

passing

paper is 50 percent combining internal and external marks. A student, who fails in any one or more papers in the Semester Paper To examination, set for for will each degree, be permitted to rewrite follow the the are paper or papers in the subsequent semester examination. examination will regulation and syllabus in force at that time. qualify supplementary candidates required to pass all the papers prescribed for the course within a period of three years after he/she completes the course. Beyond this period, the candidates will have to follow the current syllabi for the examination. A separate fee will be collected in this case. Examination fees will be levied and collected normally according to the rules and regulations of the college, State Government and University. A special levy will be collected for supplementary paper. Grading System To pass in an examination a student has to score a minimum of fifty percent marks in each paper and practicals (internal and external combined). Minimum for Passing 50 to 50 percent 60 percent and above 50% IInd class ISt class

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PASSING OF RESULTS Result of each will be and passed will be by the board to of the examiners Academic course submitted

Council of the college to recommend the students eligible for the award of the degree to the University of Madras. APPEAL Appeal against result of the semester examination may be made to the principal by the students concerned within 15 days of publication of the results by paying a fee of Rs. 100/- only for each paper. Revaluation may be conducted with a prescribed fee Rs. 300/-. SYLLABUS

B.P.E Ist Year Code Number I II III IV English I General Knowledge and History of Physical Education Science of Yoga Rules of the Games and Sports ­ Part I Basketball, Badminton and Kabbadi) IInd Semester V VI VII VIII English II Sociology of Sports Anatomy and Physiology Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part II (Volleyball, Table Tennis, Swimming) B.P.E. IInd Year IIIrd Semester IX X XI XII Educational Psychology and Sports Journalism Kinesiology and Biomechanics Health and Safety Education Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part III (Track and Field and Cross Country) I Semester Name of the Paper

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IVth Semester XIII XIV XV XVI Exercise Physiology and Nutrition Personality Development and Communication Skills Methods in Physical Education Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part IV (Tennis, Ball Badminton, Kho-Kho and Gymnastics) B.P.E. IIIrd Year Vth Semester Care and Prevention of Sports Trauma Recreation, Camping and Youth Leadership Elementary Statistics Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part V (Hockey, Handball and Softball) VIth Semester Computer Application in Sports Sciences Test, Measurement and Evaluation Sports Management in Physical Education Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part VI (Cricket, Football and Korfball)

XVII XVIII XIX XX

XXI XXII XXIII XXIV

Scheme of Examination

Semester Paper Code I II III IV Name of the Paper I

st

Marks Internal 25 25 25 25 External 75 75 75 75 Total IInd Semester Total 100 100 100 100 400 100 100 100 100 400

Semester

English I General Knowledge and History of Physical Education Science of Yoga Rules of the Games and Sports ­ Part I (Basketball, Badminton and Kabbadi)

V VI VII VIII

English II Sociology of Sports Anatomy and Physiology Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part II (Volleyball, Table Tennis, Swimming) Ist Semester + IInd Semester 400 400

25 25 25 25

75 75 75 75 Total = Total = 800 Marks

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B.P.E. I Practical S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Game / Activity I Semester Drill & Marching Light Apparatus Calisthenics Softball Basketball Kabaddi Badminton Total II Semester 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Dands & Baiteks Lezium Throwball Kho-Kho Conditioning Volleyball Table ­ Tennis Swimming Total 30 30 50 60 50 100 40 40 400 30 30 40 80 100 80 40 400 Internal Max. Marks

B.P.E II PART ­ I WRITTEN EXAMINATION

Semester Paper Code IX X XI XII Name of the Paper

rd

Marks Internal External Total

III Semester Educational Psychology and Sports Journalism Kinesiology and Biomechanics Health and Safety Education Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part III (Track and Field and Cross Country) IVth Semester Physiology and

25 25 25 25

75 75 75 75 Total

100 100 100 100 400 100 100 100

XIII XIV XV XVI

Exercise Nutrition Personality Development and Communication Skills Methods in Physical Education Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part IV (Tennis, Ball Badminton, Kho-Kho and Gymnastics) I

st

25 25 25

75 75 75

25

75 Total

100 400

Semester + II 400

nd

Semester 400

= Total = 800 Marks

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B.P.E IInd YEAR PART II ­ TEACHING PRACTICE External 1. General Lesson 100 2. Particular Lesson 100 3. Intensive Teaching 100 Total 300 Note: One external and one internal examiner will grade the students and the average marks will be considered.

B.P.E. III Practical S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Game / Activity III Semester Gymnastics First Aid Kung-Fu Pyramids Sprint (one) Jump (One) Middle Long/Cross Country Throw (One) Low Hurdles / High Hurdles Teaching Practice (General Lesson) Total IV Semester 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Asanas Folk dance Ball Badminton Kung-fu Tennis Football Teaching Practice (Particular Lesson) Total B.P.E. IIIrd Year (Written Examination) Semester Marks Paper Code XVII XVIII XIX XX Name of the Paper Vth Semester Care and Prevention of Sports Trauma Recreation, Camping and Youth Leadership Elementary Statistics Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part IV (Hockey, Handball and Softball) Internal External Total 25 25 25 50 50 50 75 300 15 50 25 10 25 25 25 25 25 75 300 Internal Max. Marks

25 25 25 25

75 75 75 75 Total

100 100 100 100 400

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XXI XXII XXIII XXIV

VIth Semester Computer Application in Sports Sciences Test, Measurement and Evaluation Sports Management in Physical Education Rules of Games and Sports ­ Part VI (Cricket, Football and Korfball) Ist Semester + IInd Semester 400 400

25 25 25

75 75 75

100 100 100

25

75 Total = Total = 800 Marks

100 400

B.P.E IIIrd Year Part II ­ Coaching Practice External Internal Examiner External Examiner Total 100 100 200

Note: One external and one internal examiner will grade the students and the average marks will be considered.

B.P.E. III Practical S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Game / Activity V Semester Aerobics Weight Training Yoga Officiating Hockey Handball Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 VI Semester Bharathiam Yoga Laboratory Work Coaching Lesson (Internal) Cricket Training Methods Total 25 25 25 75 50 50 250 25 50 25 75 50 25 250 Internal Max. Marks

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I SEMESTER Paper ­ I English ­ Part ­ I Unit- I: Prose ­ I ­ What makes an Indian ­ Srimathi Indira Gandhi. Unit-II: Prose ­ II ­ On Forgetting ­ Robert Lynd Unit-III: Prose M.K. Gandhi. Unit-IV: Poetry ­ A Happy Life Laugh and Be Mery Unit-V: WORK BOOK Listening Comprehension Reading Comprehension Reference Skills Translation Letter Writing Unit-VI: GRAMMAR Transitive and Intransitive Verb, Active and Passive Voice, Articles, Sentence Pattern, Preposition, Question ­ H.W. Davies John Masefield. ­ III ­ The Curse of Untouchability ­

tags, Gerund and Conjunctions. REFERENCES David Green, Contemporary English Grammar Structure and Composition. P.S. Shyamala Rao, A. Galaxy of Precious prose, Black books, Madras.

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Paper ­ II GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND HISTORY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION GENERAL KNOWLEDGE Unit-I: ABBREVIATIONS & TERMINOLOGIES i. Abbreviations (in sports) AAFI, IAAF, AFC, AICS, AILTA, AIWHA, BAI, BCCI, IHF, IOA, IOC, NCC, NSO, NSC ii. Sports Terminology Archery, Billiards, Bowling, Equestrian, Fencing, Golf, Polo, Rugby, Skiing, Yachting. UNIT-II: SPORTS AND GAMES i. ii. Honours and Awards ­ India and International Sports Person Andre Agassi, Vijay Amritraj, Viswanathan Anand, Allan Border, Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev, Steffi Graf, Mohammed Ali. iii. Cups and Trophies ­ India and International iv. v. Sports Authority of India YMCA College of Physical Education. HISTORY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION UNIT III: PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN ANCIENT INDIA Vedic Development period of ­ Epic period ­ Buddhist Yogic period. of Indigenous activities, system

Physical exercise. UNIT-IV: PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN OTHER COUNTRIES Physical UNIT-V: in the Education is an ancient Greece, Rome and European Countries. DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION ­ Contributions following Gustmuth, Sweden countries: Speiss, (Per Germany, Ling) (Johann Denmark Basedow, (Franz to the growth of physical education by leaders and movement Johann Philanthropinum, Henric Turnvereine

Movement),

Nachkegail, Neils Bukh, Swedish medical gymnastics)

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UNIT-VI:

PHYSICAL

EDUCATION

TEACHER

TRAINING

AND

SPORTS

PROMOTION. a. b. c. d. Y.M.C.A and its contribution ­ Contribution of H.C. Buck. Teacher Training Institutions in Physical Education Indian Olympic Association, National Sports Federations and Associations. Youth Welfare Programme ­ N.C.C., N.F.C., N.D.S., N.S.O., Scouting and guiding youth hostels, youth festivals, camping, Mountaineering. REFERENCES Competition Success Review Year Book 1998. Competition Review Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. Concise General Knowledge Digest, Wheelers Publishing, New Delhi. Bucher, A.C. Foundations of Physical Education, St.

Louis. The C.V. Mobsy Co., 1984. Chelliah, S.N. Udarkalvi Enral Enna? Rajmohan

Pathippagam, Chennai 1989. Delan, V. World History of Physical Education Khan, E.A. History of Physical Education, Patna,

Scientific Books Co., Knapp, C. and Hagman, E.P. Teaching Methods for Physical Education, New York, McGraw Hill Book Co. Inc., 1949. Rajagopalan, K.A., Brief History of Physical Education in India, Delhi, Army Publishers 1962. Thirunarayanan, C. and Hariharan S. Methods in Physical Education, Karaikudi 1969. Thomas, J.P. Physical Education Lesson, Gnanodaya Press, Chennai ­ 1. Thirunarayana. C. Analytical History of Physical

Education, Karaikudi.

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Paper III SCIENCE YOGA UNIT-I: INTRODUCTION TO YOGA Meaning ­ Definition ­ Aim, Concept and Scope of Yoga ­ Schools of Yoga. UNIT-II: HASTANGAYOGA Yama, Nyama, Asana, Pranayama, Prathyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. UNIT-III: YOGA AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Yoga and Physical Education Aim, Meaning ­ Definition and concept of asanas UNIT-IV: BENEFITS OF ASANAS Types of Asanas ­ Physiological, Psychological and

Therapeutical values. UNIT-V: PRANAYMA Pranayma pranayama Types of Pranayama ­ Physiological, Psychological and Therapeutical Values. UNIT-VI: BANDHAS, SHATKRIYAS AND MEDITATION Bandhas and Mudras ­ Meaning, Definition and values Shat Kriya ­ Nose Cleaning, Stomach Cleaning and bowel cleaning process Meditation ­ Meaning, Aim, Definition and concept of meditation. REFERENCE Gharote M.L., Guidelines for Yogic Practice, Lonawala meaning, Aim, Definition and concept

Medha Publications, 1982. Iyengar B.K.S. The Art of Yoga, Indus an imprint of

Harpic Collins India Pvt. Ltd. 1985.

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Paper IV RULES OF GAMES AND SPORTS ­ PART I (BASKET BALL, BADMINTON AND KABADDI) UNIT I: PREREQUISITES OF AN OFFICIAL Qualification and qualities of an official UNIT II: PHILOSOPHY OF OFFICIATING Philosophy of officiating in Basketball, Badminton, Kabaddi UNIT-III: PRINCIPLES OF OFFICIATING General Principles of officiating Basketball, Badminton, Kabaddi. UNIT-IV: MECHANISM OF OFFICIATING Duties and powers of officials Mechanism of officiating in all the three games. UNIT-V: DIMENTIONS OF PLAY FIELD Measurement of play fields 1. Basketball 2. Badminton 3. Kabaddi. UNIT-VI: RULES AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS Rules of the following games and their interpretations 1. Basketball 2. Badminton 3. Kabaddi. REFERENCES Anand, R.L. Play Field Manual NIS, Patiala, 1987. Bonder, J.B. How to be a successful Coach. New York, Prentice Hall 1984. Bunn, J.W. The Basketball Coaches, Guide to Success, Prentice Hall, New York, 1951. Bunn, J.W. The Art of officiating Sports, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliff. M.J. 1951. Chelliah, S.N. Vilayattu Vithi Muraihal, Raj Mohan Pathipagam, Chennai ­ 17. Rules of Games and Sports, YMCA Publishing House, Masse Hall, New Delhi, 1988. FIBA Official Basketball Rules, Munich, Germany, May 2000.

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Paper IV ENGLISH ­ PART- II UNIT I PROSE ­ I What is Yoga? UNIT II PROSE ­ II University Days UNIT III PROSE ­ III World Wisdom UNIT IV POETRY The Daffodils The Tiger UNIT V WORK BOOK Comprehension of Passage Selected Rearranging Jumbled Sentences Making Meaning Sentences Letter Writing UNIT VI: GRAMMAR William Wordsworth William Blake Earl of Chesterfield James Thurber Nergis Dalal

Concord or Agreement of Verb with the subject, Simple Compound Reported and Complex The Sentences, auxiliaries Degrees and of Comparison, auxiliaries,

Speech.

modal

Suffixes and Prefixes, Verbs ­ Moods and Tense. REFERENCES David Green, Contemporary English Grammar Structures and Composition P.S. Shyamala Rao, A. Galaxy of Precious Prose, Blacky Books, Madras.

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Paper VI SOCIOLOGY OF SPORTS UNIT I INTRODUCTION a. Nature, Scope and Method of Sociology, Relationship b. Sociology with other social science UNIT II SOCIETY AND ITS BASIC FACTOR Culture concept of culture and civilization, Folkways and norms UNIT III GEOGRAPHICAL FACTORS Geography ­ Geographical influence on physical life and civilization, Geographical factors in evolution of

culture, Influences of culture on geography. UNIT IV GROUP BEHAVIOUR a. Formation of groups' Social stratification status b. Social Control ­ Nature and technique of social control and their social consequences. c. Personality ­ Concept of personality and the influence of group and culture in its formation. UNIT-IV GROUP BEHAVIOUR a. Formation of groups' social stratification status b. Social Control ­ Nature and technique of social control and their social consequences. c. Personality ­ Concept of personality and the influence of group and culture in its formation. UNIT V COMMUNITY AND SPORTS a. Community ­ Study of the total organized life of a group inhabiting a locality, primitive communication, Towns and cities urbanization, Community Character and patterns, changing community patterns and adjustment.

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UNIT VI SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND SPORTS Social order and institutions ­ Institutions and

Association ­ Social organization, Growth and Development of family, Economic institutions and religious institution. REFERENCES Ogbum W.F. and Meyer, Handbook of Sociology, Euratia

Publishing House, New Delhi 1964. Williams, J.F. The Principles of Physical Education,

Philadelphia, W.B. Saunder Co., 1964.

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PAPER VII ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY UNIT I INTRODUCTION a. Need and Importance of anatomy and physiology for the students of physical education. b. Descriptive terms used to describe the human body. c. Definition of Cell Tissue Microscopic Structure of the Cell Classification, Structure and functions of various types of tissue UNIT II MUSCULO SKELETAL SYSTEM Skeletal their actions. UNIT III CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Blood: Functions of Blood, Composition of blood, Lymph and its functions. Cardiovascular system: Structure of the heart, Systematic, Pulmonary, Coronary circulation. UNIT IV RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Definition of respiration, Structure and functions of the respiratory system, Mechanics for respiration, Lung volumes UNIT V URINARY SYSTEM Structure and functions of kidney and urinary track, Formation of urine UNIT VI NERVOUS SYSTEM Structure and functions of Brain, Spinal Cord and reflex arc, Hormones and their roles UNIT VII DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Structure Accessory bladder. and or functions digestive of alimentary canal ­ organs liver, Pancreas, Gall System: Names of the human bones, classification of joints, Names of the major muscles and

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REFERENCES Chelliah, N.S. Dhekathai Therindu Kolvom, Rajmohan

Pathippagam, Chennai 17, 1989. Guyton, Textbook of Human Anatomy and Physiology. Murugesh, N. Anatomy Physiology and Health Education,

Sathiya Publishers, Madurai 1990. Pearce, E.B. Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses, Faber and Faber ltd. London, 1962. Pearce, J.W. Anatomy for students and Teacher of Physical Education, Edward Arnold and Co., London, 1959.

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PAPER VIII RULES OF GAMES AND SPORTS ­ PART II (VOLLEYBALL, TABLE TENNIS AND SWIMMING) UNIT I: PREREQUISITES OF AN OFFICIAL Qualification and qualities of an official. UNIT II: PHILOSOPHY OF OFFICIATING Philosophy of officiating in Volleyball, Table Tennis, Swimming. UNIT III: PRINCIPLES OF OFFICIATING General Principles of officiating in Volleyball, Table Tennis, Swimming. UNIT IV: MECHANISM OF OFFICIATING Duties and Powers of officials in Volleyball, Mechanism of officiating in Table Tennis, Swimming. UNIT V: DIMENTIONS OF PLAY FIELD Measurement of Play Fields 1. Volleyball 2. Table Tennis 3. Swimming.

UNIT VI: RULES AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS Rules of games and their interpretations in the

following games 1. Volleyball 2. Table Tennis and REFERENCES Rules of Games and Sports, Y.M.C.A Publishing House, 3. Swimming.

Masse Hall, New Delhi, 2001. Them Lokesh, Skills & Toetics-Swimming, Sports

Publication, Delhi, 1995. Saggar S.K., Play better Volleyball, Kay Kay Printers Delhi, 1994. Jain Deepak, Teaching and Coaching Table Tennis, Khel Sathiya Kendra, 2001.

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SEMESTER II PAPER IX EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND SPORTS JOURNALISM EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIT I INTRODUCTION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND CONCEPT OF MIND Meaning and Definition of Psychology] Importance of Psychology in education with special

reference to physical education The concept of mind ­ Cognition. Affection and

conation, Conscious and unconscious aspects of mind. UNIT II DEVELOPMENT OF SELF AND MOTIVATION Brief account of the development of self; Influence of heredity and environment, Individual differences. Motivation ­ Unlearned (Innate) and learned (acquired)

motives, Incentive, Stimuli, Motivation for learning and performance. UNIT III LEARNING Learning ­ Meaning ­ Types of learning ­ Theories of learning (trial and error, conditioned response, learning by insight, learning by imitation), Learning curve. Transfer of training ­ Conditions of transfer. SPORTS JOURNALISM ETHICS OF JOURNALISM AND SPORTS BULLETINS 1. Ethics of Journalism 2. Canons of Journalism 3. News, Informations and ideas 4. Journalism and Sports Education 5. Structure of Sports education 6. Compiling a bulletin 7. Types of bulletin 8. Hourly bulletins and special bulletin 9. External bulletins

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SPORTS, ETHICS AND REPORTING 1. Brief review of Olympic Games, Asian Games, Common Wealth Games and Indian Traditional games. 2. Sports Ethics and Sportsmanship 3. Sports as an integral part of physical education 4. Sports organization and sports journalism 5. General news reporting and sports reporting. UNIT VI MASS MEDIAS IN JOURNALISM 1. Radio and T.V. Commentary 2. Running commentary on the radio 3. Sports experts comments 4. Sports review for the radio and T.V. REFERENCES (EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY) Boaz, G.D. General Psychology, Boaz institute of Psychology Service, Chennai 1957. Gates, A. Educational Psychology, Macmillan Company, New York, 1957. Skinner, C.E., Educational Psychology, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1964. Williams, J.F. The Principles of Physical Education, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunder Co., 1964. REFERENCE (SPORTS JOURNALISM) Ahiya, B.N., Theory and Practice of Journalism: Set to Indian Context Ed. 3, Delhi, Surjeet Publications, 1988. Ahiya, B.N. and Choabra, S.S.A. Concise Course in Reporting Etc. Delhi, Surjeet Publications 1990. Bhaft, S.C. Broadcast Journalism Basic Principles, New Delhi, Har Anand Publications, 1993. Kamali, M.V. the Journalist handbook, New Delhi, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. 1983. Parathasarathy, R. Journalism in India from the Earliest Times to the President Day II road, Sterling Publication Pvt Ltd. 1991. Varma, A.K. Advanced Journalism, Har Anand Publications, New Delhi, 1993.

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PAPER X KINESIOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS KINESIOLOGY UNIT I: INTRODUCTION OF KINESIOLOGY Introduction: History and Development: Role of kinesiology in Physical Education. UNIT II: MUSCLES AND JOINTS Construction of Synovial joints of the body movement, Origin, Insertion and action of muscles, Moving of the shoulder girdle and shoulder, Elbow, Hip, Knee and Ankle Joints. UNIT III: CONTRACTION OF MUSCLE Muscular deigning and kinesiological grouping, Axis and plane ­ Types of muscles contraction isotonic, isometric contractions, Exercise programme. BIOMECHANICS UNIT IV BASIC OF BIOMECHANICS Biomechanics in Sports Mechanical Principles, Laws of motion, types of motion. Factors influencing motion, air, gravity and water friction, simple machines ­ Levers ­ Types of levers and examples in body equilibrium. UNIT V: MOTION a. Mechanics of Movements: Force Production application ­ follow through pre-requisite of efficient motion, psychomotor ­ Mental and emotional. b. Preliminary motion consideration ­ Whole motion ­ Body segment motion. UNIT VI BIOMECHANICS ANALYSIS IN SPORTS Application of Biomechanics to skill learning

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1. Track and Field (Jumps, Throws and run) 2. Games a. Basketball c. Cricket e. Kabaddi b. Football d. Badminton f. Swimming

REFERENCES Broor, Efficiency of Human Movements, Saunders & Co., Kelly, D.L. kinesiology and Fundamental of Motion Descriptions, Prentice Hall. McClusg, A. Human Kinetics and Analysis of Body Movemtns, William Heinmann, London. Neil, D.E. Kinesiology and Anatomy and Motion, Mosby & Co., Sunderarjan, G.S. Bio-mechanics of Sports and Games, Roshan Publications, Chennai 1979.

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PAPER XI HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATION UNIT I INTRODUCTION Health ­ Definition health ­ ­ Meaning and concepts ­ Factors and influencing environment. Health Problems of India ­ Population and Health ­ Environmental pollution. Personal Hygiene: Growth, Stress of School, Planning UNIT II SCHOOL HEALTH Problems ­ Growth, Stress of School Planning Health Instruction, Health appraisal follow up, Health Service and supervision UNIT II INFECTIONS Cause of diseases ­ Mode of infection, Spread of infection ­ Public health measures to combat infection ­ Public health administration ­ Sanitation ­ Water supply. Immunity ­ Prophylactic immunization ­ Progress ­ AIDS Communicable diseases, Malaria, Typhoid, Cholera, Dysentry, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, STD, Polio, Tetanus Drug abuse ­ Alcohol, Smoking Family Welfare ­ Sex Education. UNIT IV SAFETY AT HOME Environment and structure, Electrical Connections, Bathrooms and Lavatory, Storing articles, Kitchen and Fire place, Storing medicines, Principles of movements in daily living. UNIT V: SAFETY AT SCHOOL Safety at school structure and environment, Furniture and fixtures. School procedures and policies precentionary and emergency equipment, collection of information (address of parents, hospitals and doctors, police, fire station, ambulance service) Health determinants, Heredity

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UNIT VI SAFETY AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Safety in Physical Education and Sports ­ Principles of Safety with of of respect to buildings respect respect of to and play fields. Dress, of

Principles Principles

safety safety

with with

equipment,

organization

classes, Demonstration and matches. Policies and Practices to prevent accident and

rendering first aid and treatment. Accident reporting and maintenance of records. Safety considerations with special reference of

specific games in the school and college curriculum. Safety on roads, camps, picnics and towns. Safety in Water, Firewood, Hurricane, Thunder and lightning and air raids. REFERENCES Foundation of Health, Harper & Bros. Mangal, S.K., and Chandra, P.C., Health and Physical

Education, R.D. Tandon Brothers, Ludhinana, 1979. Moss,R. and et. Al., Health Education, National

Educational Annual U.S.A. Neiniah, School Health Education, Harper & Bros. Park, J.E. Text Book of Preventive and Medicine. Social,

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PAPER XII RULES OF GAMES AND SPORTS-PART III (TRACK AND FIELD AND CROSS COUNTRY) UNIT I PREREQUISITES OF OFFICIATING Qualification and qualities of an official UNIT II PHILOSOPHY OF OFFICIATING Philosophy of officiating in Track and Field and Cross country. UNIT III PRINCIPLES OF OFFICIATING General principles of officiating in Track and Field and Cross country. UNIT IV MECHANISM OF OFFICIATING Duties officiating UNIT V REGULATIONS AND SPECIFICATION OF IMPLEMENTS Measurements for all events UNIT VI RULES AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS Rules and their interpretation 1. Track and Field 2. Cross country REFERENCES Viswanath, M.J. Track and Field Marking & Athletics and powers of officials ­ Mechanism of

Officiating Manual, Silver Star Punlication, 2002. Wright Gray, A Step by Step guide ­ Traex & Field, Troll

Associates mahwan, New Jersey, 1990.

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PAPER XIII EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY AND NUTRITION UNIT I FITNESS Definition and Meaning of Fitness, Warming up,

Conditioning and Training. Components of Fitness, Physiological factors affecting Components of Fitness. Relation between duration and severity of Exercise UNIT II MUSCULAR CONTRACTION & EXERCISE a) Properties and composition of voluntary muscles b) Minutes structure of voluntary muscles c) Changes in muscle d) Nerve control of muscular activity e) Conditions affecting muscular contraction UNIT III PHYSICAL RESPONSE TO EXERCISE Physiological concept of health and fitness. Effect of exercise on the various systems of the body with special emphasis on the a) Circulator b) Respiratory c) Digestive d) Muscular e) Endocrine f) Nervous system NUTRITION UNIT IV NECESSITES OF GOOD NUTRITION Importance of good nutrition in enhancing performance and preventing injuries, Basic food group, Dietary

requirement of an athlete ­ Essential UNIT V BALANCED DIET

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Carbohydrates, Fats & Protein as a source for fuels, Vitamins, Fat soluble and Water soluble, Minerals,

Importance of water in an athletic diet. UNIT VI SPORTS NUTRITION 1. Eating for sports competition, supplement to the daily diet, Vitamins & Minerals, Fluid and electrolyte loading,

replacement,

carbohydrate

loading,

Protein

Calcium and iron supplement. 2. Pre-event meal, Foods to avoid, Time for pre-event meal, Alternating eating pattern, Exercise and weight control, Crash dieting, Weight control. EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY (REFERENCE) Guyton A.C. Functions of the Human Body, W.B., Saunders & Co, London 1984. Karpovich and Sinnings, Physiology of Muscular activity, London, W.B. Saunders Co., 1955. Morehouses and Miller, Physiology of Exercise, C.V.

Mosby Co., St. Louis, 1974 Moses, A.K.M. Introduction to Exercise Physiology,

Poompugar Pathipagam, Chennai,1995. Shaver, L., Essential if Exercise Physiology, 1982. Srivastaa, et. Al. Text Book of Practial Physiology, Calcuatta Scientific Book Agency. Nutrition (Reference) Hockey, R.V. Physical Fitness The Pathway to Healthful Living, 2nd Ed., C.V. Mobsy Company, 1973. Jensen, C.R. Scientific basis of Athletic conditioning, A.G. Fisher Lea & Fedger, Philadelphia, 1979. Jones, N.L. Clinical Exercise Testing, 3rd Ed., W.B.

Saunders Co.

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Mudambi S, and Rajagopal R, Fundamentals of Food and Nutrition, 1980. Reily T. Sports Fitness and Sports Injuries, Faber and Faber, London, 1981. Scott, N. Nisonson B. and Nicholos, J. Principles of Sports Medicine, William & Walk in, Baltimore, London, 1985. Siutre, C.W. Nutrition Principles and Application in

Health Promotion, Meorily Foes Crowley _ II edition. Stull, G.A., and Cureton, T.K. Encyclopedia of Physical Education, Fitness and Sports ­ Training Environment. Nutrition and Fitness, Brighton Publishing Co. Saltlake City, 1980. Warren R.J. Science and Medicine of Exercise & Sports, 2nd Edition, New York. Williams, S. and Rod, W. Nutrition and Diet & Therapy, II Edition, W.B. Saunder College Publishing.

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PART XIV PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS UNIT I PERSNOLITY DEVELOPMENT 1. 2. 3. 4. The Concept of personality Self esteem Guidelines on personality Developing good personality

UNIT II FUNDAMENTAL OF CAREER RULES 1. Psychological position 2. Better human relations 3. Time management 4. Qualities of leaders UNIT III COMMUNICATION SKILLS 1. 2. 3. 4. What is communication? Basics of communication Theories of motivation Communication goals

UNIT IV PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATIONS AND BARRIERS 1. 2. 3. 4. Principles of Communication Barriers of Communication Real communication Listening

UNIT V PREPARATION 1. Out line of y our speech 2. Effect of Pleasant Voice 3. Analyzing the Occasion 4. The Audience and their Psychology UNIT VI PRESENTATION 1. 2. 3. 4. Speech Plan 1 Speech Plan 2 Art of Speaking Presentation Techniques. References Abraham, R. Personality Development, Communication Skills and Public Speaking, Saint Catherine Press, Chennai ­ 1995.

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PAPER XV METHODS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION UNIT I FACTORS OF TEACHING METHODS Meaning of the term method and the factors to be

considered in determining the methods of teaching. Learning process and conditions of learning. AGE AND SEX CHARACTERISTICS i. Pre-School, Primary school, Middle School, Higher

Secondary School and College Level. ii. Sex differences among boys and girls iii. Activity planning according to age and sex

characteristics. UNIT II TEACHING METHODS Methods of teaching (with special reference to

different to kinds of physical activities) and organization and conduct of competition in sports and games individual sports, Group Competition. a. b. c. d. e. Calisthenics Gymnastics Minor Games Major Games Rhythmic activities.

UNIT III PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Simple and Complex Part and Whole Learning by doing Intrinsic and Extrinsic motivation Frequency and duration of instructional periods Recognition.

UNIT IV PRESENTATION TECHNIQUE AND CLASS MANAGEMENT Presentation presentation. Steps in teaching motor skill, Establishing concept, Providing experience with whole and parts, Analysis of technique and steps in the way

performance etc.

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COMMANDS AND CLASS MANAGEMENT 1. Types of command ­ Situation when different commands are used. 2. Types of Formation 3. Class management ­ Principles for good class management. UNIT V LESSON PLAN Types of Lesson plans and objectives ­ Values of

lesson plans i. Physical Education Lesson ­ Various parts of lesson

Introductory,

Preparatory,

Skill

part,

Group

activity

and concluding part. ii. Coaching lesson various parts of lesson, Warming up, Physical (General and Special) Teaching and Tactical

Preparations. UNIT VI TOURNAMENTS AND TEACHING AIDS 1. TOURNAMENTS, MEANING AND TYPE OF TOURNAMENTS i. ii. iii. iv. Knockout and elimination tournaments League or round robin tournaments Combination tournaments Challenge tournaments ­ Different covered under each category. 2. PUBLICITY ­ MEANING AND IMPORTANT METHODS i. Demonstration ii. Play Day iii. Exhibition Audio visual aids in physical education REFERENCE Cosmin, H. Rosalind, C. and Jackson, C.o. Methods in Physical Education, London, W.B. Saunders co. 1960. Knapp, C. and Hagman, E.P. Teaching Methods for

types

to

be

Physical Education, Mc. Graw Hill Book Co. Inc., New York, 1949. Thirunarayanan, C. and Hariharan, S. Methods in

Physical Education Karaikudi, South India Press, 1969.

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PAPER XVI RULES OF GAMES AND SPORTS ­ PART IV KHO-KHO, TENNIS, BALLBADMINTON AND GYMNASTICS) UNIT I PREREQUISITIES OF AN OFFICIAL Qualification and qualities of an official UNIT II PHILOSOPHY OF OFFICIATING Philosophy of officiating in Kho-Kho, Tennis, Ball Badminton and Gymnastics. UNIT III PRINCIPLES OF OFFICIATING General Principles of officiating in Kho-Kho, Tennis, Ball Badminton and Gymnastics. UNIT IV MECHANISM OF OFFICIATING Duties and powers of officials Mechanism of officiating in all the four games. UNIT V DIMENTIONS OF PLAY FIELDS Measurement of play fields Kho-Kho Tennis Ball Badminton Gymnastics UNIT VI RULES AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS Rules of games and their interpretation in the following games 1. Kho-Kho 2. Tennis 3. Ball Badminton 4. Gymnastics

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Paper XVII CARE AND PREVENTION OF SPORTS TRAUMA UNIT I CORRECTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION Corrective Physical Education, Its definition and objectives a. Posture posture, and body mechanic; of good Standards ­ of Standing and

Values

posture

Drawbacks

causes of bad posture. b. Posture tests ­ Examination of the spine

UNIT II POSTURE Some common deviations in posture ­ Normal curve of the spine and its utility, Kyphosis, Lordosis,

Kypholodosis, Flat back, Scoliosis (curve, functional and structural) Round shoulders, Knock knee, Bowleg, Flat Foot, Causes for these deviations and treatment including

exercises. UNIT III MOVEMENTS Passive, Active, Assisted, Resisted Exercise. UNIT IV MASSAGE a. A brief history of massage. b. Massage as an aid for relaxation c. Points to be considered in giving message. d. Physiological, massage. e. Indication / Contra indication of massage. f. Classification of the manipulations used in massage and their specific uses on the human body. i. ii. Stroking manipulation: Effleurage Pressure manipulation (Petrissage) Kneading (finger kneading, Circular) Ironing Skin Rolling

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Chemical,

Psychological

effects

of

iii. Percussion manipulation (tapotement) a. Hacking b. Clapping c. Beating d. Pounding e. Slapping f. Cupping g. Poking iv. v. Shaking Manipulation: Deep massage

UNIT V SPORTS INJURIES ­ CARE AND TREATMENT 1. Principles Injuries. 2. Care and treatment of Exposed and unexposed injuries in sports. 3. Principles of apply cold and heat, Infra red rays Ultrasonic Therapy ­ Short wave diatherapy. UNIT VI SUPPORTS Principles and Techniques of Strapping and Bandages. Physiotherapy record should be maintained. REFERENCES Dohenty, J. Meenweth, Modern Track & Field, N.H.J, pertaining to the prevention of Sports

Prentice Hall Inc, Englewood Cliffs. Lace, M.V. Massage and Medical Gymnastics, J & A

Chruchill Ltd. 1951. McCloy and Young, Test and Measurement, Appleton

Century Crafts, New York, 1954. Naro, C.L. Manual of Massage and Movement, Fabra and Fabra Ltd., Rathborne, J.I. Corrective Physical Education, W.B.

Saunders & Co., London 1965. Stafford and Kelly, Preventive and Corrective Physical Education, New York. The Ronald Press Co. 1968.

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PAPER XVIII RECREATION, CAMPING AND YOUTH LEADERSHIP RECREATION UNIT I MEANING, SCOPE AND OBJECTIVES OF RECREATION Meaning of recreation ­ Essential characteristics ­ Scope and philosophy of recreation. Relationship between work, Play and leisure of and Objectives in of recreation. United

Historical

development

recreation

India,

States, U.K., U.S.S.R UNIT II AGENCIES OF RECREATION Agencies offering recreation facilities to the public ­ Individual and home recreation, Government and Commercial agencies Qualities and qualifications of recreation leaders ­ Types of leaders and their roles. CAMPING UNIT III MEANING AND TYPES OF CAMPING Significance of camping selection and layout of camp site Objectives of Camping ­ Types of Camps UNIT IV ORGANISATION AND ADMINISTRATION Organisation and Administration of camps ­ Leadership and supervisor camp programme and activities Evaluation of camp work. YOUTH LEADERSHIP UNIT V: NEED AND IMPORTANCE OF LEADERSHIP Leadership ­ The nature of play Leadership and Youth Leadership ­ The need rural children for play leadership. UNIT VI SELECTION AND TRAINING OF LEADERS Training Recreation Leaders

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Preliminary Universities

Training

­

Courses

in

Colleges

and

The demand for trained leaders, in service ­ Training of recreational leaders Courses for youth Leadership ­ Factors for selection of leaders increasing work efficiency of youth leaders. REFERENCES Anderson, J.M. Industrial Recreation, McGraw-Hill Book

Company, Inc., London, 1955. Butler G.D. Introduction of Community Recreation McGrawHill Book Company, Inc., New York, 1949. Danford, H.G. Recreation in the American Community,

Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, 1953. Jensen, C.R. Leisure and Recreation, Introduction and

Overview, Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, 1991. Nixon, E.J. and Lynn V.C. The world Today in Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Englewood Cliffs,

Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey, 1968. Royappa, D.J. and Govindarajulu, L.K. Camping and

Education, Jupiter Press Private Ltd., Madras, 1973. Rubin, R. Book of Camping, N.V. Assn Press, 1949. Torkildsen, G. Leisure and Recreation Management, E. & F.N. Spon Ltd., New York, 1986. Vandalen, Physical D. and Bernett, Prentice B.L. A World History of

Education

Hall,

Englewood

Cliffs,

Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey, 1971. Witt, and Goodale, Recreation and Leisure, Venture

Publishing, Pennsylvania, 1985.

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PAPER XIX ELEMENTARY STATISTICS UNIT I INTRODUCTION a. Definition of Statistics, The Importance of Statistics UNIT II TYPE OF STATISTICAL PROCESSES Definition: Descriptive, Comparative, Inferential and Predicative Statistics. UNIT III FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION Meaning of raw data, Single score and Grouped data UNIT IV Frequency table ­ Advantage and disadvantage. Procedure of computing frequency table. UNIT V MEASURE OF CENTRAL TENDENCY a. Mean, Median, Mode ­ Definition land Meaning. b. Computing Mean, Median and Mode from ungrouped data-crude mode. c. Specific tendency. UNIT VI MEASURES OF VARIABILITY (OR) DISPERSION Range, Mean deviation, Quartile deviation and Standard deviation REFERENCE Clark, H.H. and Clark, D.H. Application of Measurement of Health and Physical Education, Prentice Hall., Ic. 1967. Gupta, S.P. Advanced Practical Statistics, New Delhi S. Chand & Co. 1982. Larson L.A., and Yocom R.D. Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Health and Recreation Education St. Louis, C.W. Mosby Co. 1951. Mathew, D.K. Measurement in Physical Education, London W.B. Saunders Co. 1973. Wilks, S.S. Elementary Statistical Analysis, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co, Calcutta, 1984. characteristics and uses of the central

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PAPER XX RULES OF GAMES AND SPORTS ­ PART V (HOCKEY, HANDBALL AND SOFTBALL) UNIT I PREREQUISITES OF AN OFFICIAL Qualification and Qualities of an official UNIT II PHILOSOPHY OF OFFICIATING Philosophy Softball. UNIT III PRINCIPLES OF OFFICIATING General Principles of officiating in Hockey, Handball, Softball. UNIT IV MECHANISM OF OFFICIATING Duties and powers of officials Mechanism of officiating in all the three games UNIT V DIMENTIONS OF PLAY FIELDS Measurement of play fields 1. Hockey 2. Handball 3. Softball. of Officiating in Hockey, Handball,

UNIT VI RULES AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS Rules of games and their interpretations of the

following games. 1. Hockey 2. Handball 3. Softball.

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SEMESTER VI PAPER XXI COMPUTER APPLICATION IN SPORTS SCIENCES UNIT I INTRODUCTION OF COMPUTERS Definition of computers, Types of Computers ­ Microcomputer, Minicomputers, Mainframe Computers and Super Computers, Binary Number System ­ Bits and Bytes. UNIT II PHYSICAL COMPONENTS OF COMPUTERS Hardware ­ Input / Output ­ The arithmetic / Logic Unit ­ Control Unit ­ Computer Memory ­ Auxiliary Storage. UNIT III BASIC DATA ENTRY CONCEPTS The Punched card ­ Magnetic & Tape ­ Disk Oriented Data entry System: Output devices ­ Impact and non-impact printers. UNIT IV WORD PROCESSING Ms Word ­ Creating Documents, Formatting, Editing, Deleting, Blocking and Copying, Spelling Check and Thesaurus. UNIT V SPREAD SHEET Ms-Excel ­ Opening ­ Saving ­ Editing File ­ Basic Mathematical Problems ­ Addition, Substraction, Multiplication, Division UNIT VI PRESENTATION Ms Power Point ­ Opening ­ Creating ­ Saving ­ Deleting Slides / Templates ­ Slide show ­ Important Feature of power point presentation. REFERENCES Manddell L.S. Computers and Data Processing Today. West Publishing Co. St. Paul 1986. Slontnick, D.L., and et.al. Computers and Application ­ An Introduction to Data Processing D.C. Health and Co. 1989. Thompson, A.L. Fujumoto K. The Art of Using Computers, Boyd & Fresher Publishing Co., Boston, 1986. Wilson, P.T. Computers Application Software ­ An Introduction. Holtm Rinehard and Winston, New York, 1985.

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PAPER XXII TEST, MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO TEST, MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION Meaning of test, Measurement and Evaluation. Need and importance of test and measurement in physical education. UNIT II CRITERIA AND ADMINISTRATION OF TEST Criteria of test, scientific authenticity

(reliability, objectivity, validity, availability of norms) administrative feasibility and Educational application. Administration of test, advance preparation ­ Duties during testing ­ Duties after testing. UNIT III PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTS Roger's Physical Fitness index battery, AAHPER youth fitness test, national physical Fitness Test, Indiana Motor Fitness Test, JCR test, Kraus Weber test, cardio vascular test, Harward step test, 12 minute run test. UNIT IV CLASSIFICATION Classification, Meaning and purpose of classification indices. UNIT V SPORTS SKILL TEST a. Lockhart and Mcpherson Badminton test b. Johnson Basketball ability test c. Mc Donald Soccer test d. Broer Miller Tennis test e. Russell ­ Lange Volleyball test f. Dribbling and goal shooting test in Hockey. g. Sutcliff Cricket test UNIT VI EVALUATION a. Need and importance of evaluation b. Basic methods of evaluation ­ Observation, Interview, Test and Measurement ­ Self Evaluation, Co-operative

evaluation by pupils and teachers.

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REFERENCE Barrow, H.M. and in McGee, R. A Practical Lea Approach dn to

Measurement

Physical

Education,

Febiger,

Philadelphia. 1964. Bovard, J.F. Cozens, F., W. and Hagman, P.E., Test and Measurement in Physical Education. W.B. Sunders Company, Philadelphia, 1949. Campbell, W.R. and Tucker, N.M. An Introduction in

Physical Education, G. Bell and Sons Ltd., London, 1967. Cureton, T.K. Physical Fitness Appraisal and Guidance, The C.Mobsy Company, St.Louis, 1947. Hunsicker, P.A. and Montoye, H.J. Applied Test and

Measurements in Physical Education, Prentice Hall Inc., New York, 1953. Meyers, C.R. and Belsh, E.T. Measurement in Physical

Education, The Ronald press Company, New York, 1962. Wilgoose, C.E. Evaluation in Health Education and

Physical Education, McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc, New York.

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PAPER XXIII SPORTS MANAGEMENT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION UNIT I AN INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS MANAGEMENT Introduction to concept of management and meaning of

organization and administration. Importance of organization and administration, Guiding principles of organization. UNIT II ORGANISATION SCHEME OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Organisation scheme and Physical Education States, in Schools, and

Colleges,Universities, International.

Districts,

National

UNIT III PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACILITIES Facilities and standards for outdoor and indoor activities in educational institutions. a. Gymnasium ­ Construction, Factors, Care and Allied

Facilities. b. Swimming pool ­ Construction, Factors, Care and Allied Facilities. c. Staff and Leadership ­ Need for trained leadership,

Qualification of physical education teacher, Teaching load and Teacher pupil ratio. UNIT IV PROGRAMME PLANNING Curriculum need and importance of syllabus preparation and development of course of studies, Types of programme ­ Intramural ­ Extramurals, preparation of time tables ­

Types of physical education periods. Promotion of physical education: Public relation ­ conferences ­ clinics & Workshop ­

physical education association. UNIT V OFFICE MANAGEMENT Maintaining reports. various types of records, Registers and

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UNIT VI FINANCE AND BUDGET Source of Income ­ Approved items of expenditure ­ Rules for the utilization of games fund or physical education fund, preparation and administration of budget and

accounting. REFERENCES Hughes, L.W. and French, E. The Administration of

Physical Education, Ronald ress Co. Jospeh, P.M. Organisation of Physical Education, Old

students Assn. TIPE, Kandivilli, Bombay. Nash, J.B. and et.al Organisation and Administration of Physical Education, A.S. Barners & Co. Thomas, J.P. Organisation and Administration of Physical Education, Gnanodaya Press, Anderson Street, Chennai ­ 1. Velter, B. and Esslinger, A.A. Organisation and

Adminstration of Physical Education, Appleton ­ Century crafts. Williams, C. and Velter, B. Administration of Health, W.B. Saunders & Co.

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PAPER XXIV RULES OF GAMES AND SPORTS ­ PART ­ VI (CRICKET, THROWBALL AND FOOTBALL) UNIT I PREREQUISITES OF AN OFFICIAL Qualification and qualities of an official UNIT II PHILOSOPHY OF OFFICIATING Philosophy of officiating in Cricket, Throwball and Football. UNIT III PRINCIPLES OF OFFICIATING General Principles of officiating in Cricket,

Throwball and Football. UNIT IV: MECHANISM OF OFFICIATING Duties and powers of officials Mechanism of officiating in all the three games. UNIT V DIMENTIONS OF PLAY FIELD 1. Cricket 2. Throwball 3. Football.

UNIT VI: RULES AND THEIR INTERPRETATIONS Rules of games and their interpretations of the

following games 1. Cricket 2. Throwball 3. Football REFERENCE Official Rules of Game Published by Respective

Association in Different Games. Dubey H.C., Football, Discovery Publishing House, New

Delhi, 1999. Theni Lokesh, Measurement & Playing Field all games,

KayKay Printers, New Delhi, 2000. Thani Vivek, Coaching Cricket, Khel Sahitya Kendra,

Delhi, 1998.

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