Bachelor Degree in Physical EducationGhoutam College
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Any graduate of Bangalore University or any other University recognised by the Bangalore University as equivalent thereto who is physically fit and satisfies onditions will be eligible for admission to B.P.Ed. Degree Course. 1.Graduate in Physical Education, i.e.,B.P.E of three year duration with 45% marks.
PAPER - I. : FOUNDATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
a .Meaning of the term ; Physical Culture ; Physical Training;Drill ; Sports Games ; Gymnastics; Athletics.
b .Aims and Objectives of Physical Education.
c .Relantionship of Physical Education to General Education ; Health Education ; Recreation
a. i Growth and Development : Meaning Distinction - General Characteristics of Growth and Development.
ii Heredity and Environment : Meaning of the term : Mechanism of Heredity Transmission ;classification of environment ; interplay of both.
b i Difference between male and female : Structural ; Functional,Psychological
ii Body types and classification : Relation of body type relationship of body types with physical educationand Sports.
c i Principles of use, and principles of load.
ii Chronological, Physiological and Anatomical ages.
iii Reciprocal interventions and muscle tone.
Unit - III
Sociological Foundation :
a Social Nature of Man .
b Social values and development of different traits and ideas through physical education and sports.
c Group dynamics - Mechanics of adaptation of decision, influence of the group on the individual and vice-versa.
Unit - IV
a Competition and co-operation; Meaning ; Need ;Types; Advantages, Disadvantages and effects of both on interpersonal relationship and performance.
b Social recognition / social facilitation , through sports
c The process of socialization and physical education as a socializing agency.
Unit - V
a Meaning and definitions of Psychology. Psychophysical units of human organisms.
b Reflexaction - condition reflex.
c Learning , Meaning, Definitions, Laws of Learning, their application to physical education and sports.
d Transfer of Training and its importance in learning physical skill.
e Theories of transfer and training.
f Theories of Play and Education.