B.Sc in Physical Education

Bharathidasan University
In Tiruchirappalli

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Bharathidasan University.Palkalaiperur, Tamil Nadu, India
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Semester - I Core Course - I (CC)
FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS
UNIT : I
Meaning and Definition of Education and Physical Education - Need, Nature and
Scope of Physical Education - Physical Training and Physical Culture
UNIT : II
Aim and Objectives of Physical education - Development of Physical, Cognitive,
Neuro-muscular, Affective, Social, Emotional, Spiritual and Recreational - Theories
of Learning - Laws of Learning
UNIT : III
Scientific basis of Physical Education - Contribution of Allied Sciences - Anatomy,
Physiology, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Sports Medicine, Psychology, Sociology
and Computer Science
UNIT : IV
History of Physical Education in Sparta and Athens - Olympic Games: Ancient,
Modern - Origin - Organisation and conduct of the game - Olympic Flag, Torch,
Oath, emblem and Motto
UNIT : V
Recent developments in India: SAI, NSNIS, SNIPES, LNIPE, Sports Academics -
Awards and Scholarships: Arjuna Award, Dhronochariya Award, Rajiv Gandhi
Khela Ratna Award - International and National Competitions: Asian Games, SAF,
SGF, RDS, and BDS

Semester - I & II Core Course - II (CC)
PRACTICAL - I MAJOR GAMES - I and TRACK & FIELD - I
( Major Games : Football, Kabaddi & Volleyball
Track & Field : Sprint and Middle Distance Race)
Testing on :
\u0001 Fundamental Skills
\u0001 Finer Skills
\u0001 Playing Ability / Performance
\u0001 Officiating Technique

Semester - I First Allied Course - I (AC)
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
UNIT : I
Meaning of Anatomy and Physiology - Need and Scope of Anatomy and Physiology
in Physical Education - Cell - Structure and Functions - Tisuues - Types and
Function
Muscular System - Types of Muscles: Skeletal Muscle, Cardiac Muscle, and Smooth
Muscle.
UNIT : II
Skeleton : Meaning and Functions - Bones : Classification and Functions - General
Features of Various Bones: Vertebral Column, Pelvic Bone, Radius and Ulna,
Sacbula, Femer and Bones of Skull - Joints: Definition and Classification of Joints
UNIT : III
Nervous System : Neuron - Central Nervous System (CNS): Brain and Spinal Cord -
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS): Cranial Nerves and Spinal Nerves - Digestive
System : Structure & Functions - Digestive Process - Liver, Pancreas - Functions
UNIT : IV
Respiratory System - Respiration - Respiratory Track - Alveoli - Lungs: Structure
& Functions - Gas Exchange - Vital Capacity
Circulatory System - Heart: Structure & Functions - Cardiac Cycle, Cardiac Output,
Stroke Volume
UNIT : IV
Endocrine Glands - Functions of Endocrine Glands: Pituitary, Thyroid, Para-
Thyroid, Thymus, Pancreas, Adrenal, & Sex - their role, in growth, development and
regulations of body functions

PRACTICAL - II YOGA AND GYMNASTICS
YOGA :
Testing the Listed Asanas, Pranayamas and Kriyas in the THEORY Paper.
GYMNASTICS :
Testing the Elementary Skills on :
\u0001 Floor
\u0001 Parallel Bars
\u0001 Horizontal Bar
\u0001 Roman Rings
\u0001 Vaulting Horse
\u0001 Spring Board


Semester - II Core Course - III (CC)
THEORIES OF MAJOR GAMES - I and TRACK & FIELD - I
( Major Games : Football, Kabaddi & Volleyball
Track & Field : Sprint and Middle Distance Race)
UNIT : I
Origin, History and Development of the Game - International, National and State
Level Organizations
UNIT : II
Fundamental Skills - Lead-Up Games, Various System of play - Selection of Players
UNIT : III
Training : Warm-Up Technical Training - Tactical Training - Coaching Programme
UNIT : IV
Layout of Playfield - Rules and Their Interpretations - Methods of Officiating Duties
of Officials - Important Tournaments and Cups
UNIT : IV
Athletics : Sprint and Middle Distance Race

Semester - II First Allied Course - III (AC)
THEORIES OF YOGA AND GYMNASTICS
UNIT : I
History of Yoga - Aims and Objectives of Yoga - Ashtanga Yoga: Patanjalai Eight
Limbs of Yoga - Principles of Practising Asana and Pranayama.
Yogic Techniques : Methods & Benefits Asanas : Relaxative Asanas - Shanthiasana
/ Savasana, Makarasana. Meditative Asanas - Padmasana, Vajrasasna, Sukhasana
UNIT : II
Yogic Techniques : Methods & Benefits Asanas : Cultural Asanas - Bhujangasana,
Salabhasana, Dhanurasana, Pascimottanasana, Vakrasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana,
Yogamudra, Viparita Karani, Sarvangasana, Halasana, Mayurasana, Sirshasana,
Chakrasana, Parvatasana, Bakasana & Suryanamaskar
UNIT : III
Yogic Techniques : Methods & Benefits: Pranayama : Naddi Suddhi, Nadi
Shodhana, Kaphalabhathi, Ujjiayi, Sitali, Sitkari.
Meaning of Kriya - Types of Kriyas: Kaphalabhathi, Trataka, Neti, Dhauthi, Nauli,
Basti.
Trataka : Practicing Method - Benefits.
Neti : Jala Neti, Sutra Neti - Methods of Practicing Neti and its benefits.
Dhauthi: Vamana Dhauthi, Vastra Dhauthi - Methods of Practicing Dhauthi and its
benefits.
UNIT : IV
History of Gymnastics - Meaning of Gymnastics
Types of Gymnastics: Basic, Auxiliary and Sportive - Importance of Gymnastics
UNIT : IV
Safety Measures in Gymnastics
Measurements of Apparatus and Basic Skills on: Parallel Bars, Horizontal Bar,
Roman Rings, Vaulting Horse, Floor, Spring Board

Semester - III Core Course - IV (CC)
ORGANIZATION, ADMINISTRATION AND METHODS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Unit - I
Meaning and Importance of Organization and administration - Scheme of Physical
Education in: Schools, Colleges, Universities, Districts.
Unit - II
Facilities - Track, Play Grounds, Gymnasium, Swimming Pole - Layout of play
fields (Basketball, Kabaddi, Hockey, Volleyball, Cricket) Care and Maintenance of
play fields.
Unit - III
Method in Physical Education - Meaning - Factors influencing Method -
Presentation Technique - Teaching Aids - Principles of Class Management.
Unit - IV
Teaching of activities: Marching, Calisthenics, light apparatus (Wands, hooks,
Poles), Lezium, folk dance - Minor Games - Lead up activities.
Unit - IV
Organizing Tournaments and sports Meets (closed and open)- Fixtures: Knock out,
League, Combination - Intramurals - Extra murals.

Semester - III Second Allied Course - I (AC)
HEALTH EDUCATION, SAFETY EDUCATION AND FIRST AID
UNIT - I
Meaning - Definition of Health Education -Aim, Scope of Health Education- role of
International Organizations (WHO, UNICEF), National, State Level Health
Organizations
UNIT - II
Physical Health- Physical Fitness - Health related fitness - performance related
fitness - components of Health related fitness and performance related fitness -
mental health.
UNIT - III
Communicable Diseases - Causes, modes of spread - Prevention of Tuberculosis,
Malaria, Filaria, small pox, Chicken pox, and AIDS
UNIT - IV
Definition of Safety Education- factors affecting safety Education -need and Importance of
Safety Education - Safety in Play fields, swimming pool, Gymnasium.
UNIT - V
Definition - Importance of First Aid - Athletic injuries: Sprain, Strain, contusion,
Fracture, Dislocation, Muscle Cramp, Abrasion and Puncture.

Semester - III & IV Second Allied Course - II (AC)
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
Unit - I
Meaning and scope of Physiology of exercise - Structure and function of skeletal
Muscles - Types of Muscle fibers - Red and White - Types of Muscular Contraction
- Isotonic Isometric and Isokinetic - Effect of exercise on Muscular system -
Hypertrophy, Hypo trophy.
Unit - II
Mechanism of respiration - respiratory muscles - Lung volumes and Capacities -
Heart rate - Stroke Volume - Cardiac cycle - Cardiac Output during rest and
Exercise - Blood pressure - Systolic, Diastolic - Effect of exercise on Respiratory
system and Circulatory system.
Unit - III
Nervous System - Types of Nervous System - Central Nervous System (CNS)
and Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) - Structure of Neuron - Effect of exercise on
Nervous system.
Unit - IV
Metabolism - Anabolism and catabolism - sources of energy - Aerobic and
Anaerobic Metabolism, Fat metabolism and protein metabolism and endocrine system.
Unit- V
Exercise and temperature regulation in Hot and Cold climate - Exercise and Altitude
- Sex differences on exercise - aging and exercise - Physical Conditioning.
emester - III Non-Major Elective Course- I / 1 (NMEC)
SPORTS MANAGEMENT
UNIT - I
Meaning -Definition and Functions of Sports Management - Importance and
Historical Background of Sports Management -Interpersonal Roles in Manpower
planning - Meaning of Recruitment - Sports Organization.
UNIT - II
Nature, Principles and Purpose of Organization - Systems of Organization -
Leadership: Meaning - Personal Traits - Attitude and Behavior approach - Qualities
of a Leader - Positional power.
UNIT - III
Concepts and Need of Motivation in Sports Organization - Job feed back - Types of
Public Relation - Role of Government, Media, and Conference - Finances -
Qualities of Good Public Relation Organization.
UNIT - IV
Concepts, Objectives and Need for Strategies for Vocational Guidance; Principles -
Approaches - Career Talk - Industrial visit - Personal, Social, Vocational
Counseling, Social Guidance; Purpose-Types of Social Problems - Social Needs and
Social Life. Personal Guidance: Concepts, Purpose - Emotional Characteristics of
Adolescents.
UNIT V
Infrastructure - Equipment - Salaries and Wages - Raising of Funds - Budget,
Record maintenance and Purchase of Equipment - Advantages - Essentials - Types
of Budget - Research and Development, Budget - Funds collection prices.

Semester - III Non-Major Elective Course- I / 2 (NMEC)
KINESIOLOGY
Unit - I
Meaning and definition - Brief history of Kinesiology - Academic and Professional
objectives of kinesiology - Need and importance of kinesiology - Role of
Kinesiology in Physical Education and Sports.
Unit - II
Classification of joints and Muscles Terminology of fundamental Movements at the
joints Flexion, Extension, abduction, Adduction, Rotation Circumduction etc - Multi
- Joints Muscles.
Unit - III
Structures and function of Joints - Elbow joint, Wrist Joint, Shoulder joint, Knee
joint, and Ankle, Hip Joint.
Unit - IV
Location, Origin, Insertion and action of the following muscles - Biceps, Triceps,
Pectoralis Major Hamstring groups, Quarterceps groups, Gartrocnemius. Rectus
abdomin us and Trapeziums.
Unit - V
Application of Kinesiology Principles in fundamental Movement - walking,
Running, Jumping Throwing, Pulling and Pushing.

Semester - III Non-Major Elective Course- I / 3 (NMEC)
FUNDAMENTALS OF YOGA EDUCATION
Unit - I
History of Yoga - Meaning of Yoga - Nature and scope of Yoga - Aims and
Objectives of Yoga - Yoga Education in the Modern Context - Misconceptions about Yoga
Unit - II
Different Schools of Yoga : Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Gnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga,
Karma Yoga, Ashtange Yoga - Patanjali's eight limbs of yoga.(Yama, Niyama, Asana,
Pranayama, Pratiyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi
Unit - III
Principles of Yoga practices : Asanas, Pranayama, Kriyas, Bandhas, Mudras and
Meditation.
Unit - IV
Yoga and Health - Health related fitness and Yoga - Yoga and Aging - Yoga for
Physically Challenged people.
Unit - V
Yoga and Sports - role of yoga in improving sports performance - yoga and
development of social qualities - personality, co-operation, tolerance and social adjustments

Semester - IV Core Course - V (CC)
PRACTICAL - III
SPECIALISATION MAJOR GAMES: II
(BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL, HOCKEY, KABADDI, VOLLEYBALL)
Testing On
· Fundamental Skills
· Finer Skills
· Playing ability / Performance
· Officiating Technique

Semester - IV Core Course - VI (CC)
PRACTICAL - IV
TRACK & FIELD-II
TESTING ON
Track & field events:
\u0002 DISCUS THROW
\u0002 SHOT PUT
\u0002 HAMMER THROW
\u0002 JAVELIN THROW
\u0002 LONG JUMP
\u0002 HIGH JUMP
\u0002 LONG DISTANCE RUN
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Semester IV Second Allied Course - III
SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY
Unit-I
Meaning and definition of Psychology and sports Psychology - Development of sports
Psychology in India - Need and importance of sports Psychology in the field Physical
Education and sports.
Unit - II
Definition Motor Learning - Physical and Motor considerations- Body Build, Height
and Weight, strength, Muscular, endurance, Flexibility, Balance Co-Ordination,
Reaction time, Movement time and Reflex time Cognitive - Affeative -Psychomotor?
Unit - III
Definition of Perception - Theory of Perception Gestult Theory, Palror Theory and witkins's
Theory emotional effects tension, anxiety and stress - its role in Physical Education and
sports.
Unit - IV
Personality traits of sports person - Composition of personality - Aggression -
Theories of Aggression - Psycho - regulative procedures Autogenic training,
yoga and Music's.
Unit - V
Meaning, Nature and scope of sociology in physical Education and sports - Social
factors in sports - Leadership in sports spectators and fans group cohesion Social
Integration

Semester - IV Non-Major Elective Course- II / 1 (NMEC)
MODERN TRENDS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
UNIT - I
Physical Education Teacher Training programme in India : C.P.Ed: B. Sc., B.P.E., B.P.Ed.,
M.P.Ed., NIS and M.S. - Avenues for Placements - School : Physical Education Teacher,
Physical Director, RIPE, CIPE, - College & University : Asst. Director of Physical
Education, Deputy Director of Physical Education, Director of Physical Education, Lecturer,
Reader, Professor, Principal - Sports Council : Coaches, DSO, RSM, DGM and GM).
UNIT - II
Meaning of Doping - Anabolic steroids - Blood Doping and side effects - WADA and its
function - Influence of Doping on performance - Side effect of Doping.
UNIT - III
Meaning and Definition of research - Types of research - Basic, Action, Applied, all case
study and survey method - Need and importance of research in Physical Education and
sports - Application of computer in the field of physical education and sports.
UNIT - IV
Talent Identification in sports and games - The compulsory Physical Education programme
in Schools and Colleges - Play area - synthetic track - Turf field - Toroflex surface - Grass
field - Wooden surface (Preparation is not included) - Indoor stadium - Structure and
facilities - Flood lit matches.
UNIT V
Assistance for building infrastructure - playfields, Gymnasium., Swimming pool, Stadium
and Equipments - Assistance for coaching and training program - Rural and urban -
different levels - advance training and coaching - Assistance for competitions - District,
State, National, International - Incentive and awards.

Semester - IV Non-Major Elective Course- II / 2 (NMEC)
SPORTS BIO-MECHANICS
UNIT I
Meaning and Definition - Aim, Need and Importance of Bio-Mechanics in the field
of Physical Education and Sports -Types of motion-linear and angular motion -
Friction - air and water resistance.
UNIT II
Linear Kinematics-Distance and Displacement, Speed, Velocity and Acceleration
and Projectile- Angular Kinematics- Angular distance and Displacement, Angular
speed, Velocity and acceleration.
UNIT III
Center of Gravity Equilibrium - Stages of equilibrium-Factors affecting-equilibrium.
Centrifugal and Centripetal, Force-Direction-angle, Point of application - Lever -
Principles and its types-Mechanical Advantage-Application of Levers in Physical
Education & Sports.
UNIT IV
Inertia-Mass and weight - Force-Factors affecting force-Types of force -Work,
Power and Energy-Impact and Elasticity -Newton's Law of motion.
UNIT V
Use of the above scientific principles in: Track and Field events - Running,
Throwing, Jumping - Basketball, Football, Volleyball.

Semester - IV Non-Major Elective Course- II / 3 (NMEC)
METHODS OF YOGIC PRACTICES
UNIT I
Meaning of Yogic Practices: Asana, Pranayama, Kriya, Bandha, Mudra, Dhayana.
Scope and Limitations of Asanas - Safety Measures and Precautions - Classification
of Asanas - Meditative Asanas - Relaxative Asanas - Cultural Asanas
UNIT II
Pranayama - definition - Safety Measures and Precautions -Breathing Ratio in
Pranayama Practice -
UNIT III
Define Bandha and Mudra - Different types of Bandhas: Jalendra Bandha, Jihva
Bandha, Uddiyana Bandha, Mula Bhandha.
Different types of Mudra: Brahmma Mudra, Ashwini Mudra, Shanmugi Mudra.
UNIT IV
Define - Kriyas - Types of Kriyas: Kaphalabhathi, Trataka, Neti, Dhauthi, Nauli, Basti.
Kaphalabhathi: Practicing Method - Benefits - Trataka: Practicing Method - Benefits
UNIT V
Neti : Jala Neti, Sutra Neti - Methods of Practiving Neti and its benefits - Dhauthi : Vamana
Dhauthi, Dhanta Dhauthi, Vastra Dhauthi - Methods of Practicing Dhauthi and its benefits.
Nauli : Practiving Method - Benefits - Basti : Practicing Method - Befenits
Definition & Concept of Meditation - Types of Meditation : Breathing Meditation, Object
Meditation

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