Bachelor of Physical Education

Bharathiar University
In Coimbatore

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  • Bachelor
  • Coimbatore
  • Duration:
    1 Year
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Coimbatore
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, 641046., Tamil Nadu, India
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¬∑ Requirements

a) Graduate in Physical Education, i.e., B.Sc , B.P.E. of three year duration. or Graduate having represented State/University in sports/games/athletics. or Graduate who has secured 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in inter-collegiate sports/games tournaments/possessing NCC 'C' certificate or passed basic course in adventure sports. or Graduate having represented in inter-collegiate sports/games

Course programme

The Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) programme is meant
for preparing teachers in physical education for secondary/senior
secondary schools.

SEMESTER-I - PAPER - I B.P.Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
HISTORY, PRINCIPLES AND FOUNDATION OF
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
UNIT - I
History of Physical Education - Physical Education in Ancient Greece -
Athens Sparta-Olympic Games - Ancient and Modern Olympic Games. Physical
Education in - Countries - India Epic age - Mohammedan Period - Influence of
Great Britain- U.S.A. - Germany - Russia etc. Teacher Training Institution in
India - Sports Authority of India - Sports Development Authority of Tamilnadu
- National School Games Federation - Asian Games- Commonwealth Games,
World cup Championship
UNIT - II
Principles of Physical Education- Definition of Education and Physical
Education, Principles - Sources of Principles of Physical Education - Related
Subjects - Aim and Objectives of Education and Physical Education -
Relationship of Physical Education to General Education - Difference Between
Physical Culture Physical Training and Physical Education.
UNIT - III
Biological Foundations of Physical Education - Hereditary Traits -
Muscle tone - Athletic Heart - Unsynchronized Development - Reciprocal
Innervations- Vital Capacity - Differences Between Boys and Girls during the
Period of Adolescence - Somato type Classification according to Sheldon and
Kretschmer - Exercise is a Biological Necessity - Growth and Development -
Body Mechanics.
UNIT - IV
Sociological Foundation - Gregarious Instinct. Individual and Society -
Desire for Recognition and Response, Social Groups and their Significance -
Family, Community, School, State Nations, Democratic Thinking - Family,
Leadership - Development of Personality, Equality, National integration.
UNIT -V
Psychological Foundations - Meaning of Psychology and its role in
Physical Education- Personality - Definition - Composition and Type of
Personality, Personality Traits, Motivation, Intelligence - Intelligence Question -
Individual Differences - Feeble Minded, Morons - Imbeciles and Idiots.
Theories of Learning : Imitation - Conditional Response - Trial and Error
- Insight - Laws of Leaning - Law of Readiness - Law of Exercise - Law of
Effect - Law of Regency - Intimacy - Types of Learning Primary, Associate
and Concomitant Learning - Learning Curve. Theories of play.-Transfer of
Learning - Factors affecting Learning.

SEMESTER-I - PAPER - II B. P. Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
UNIT - I
Cell - Structure and Properties - Tissues - Organs - Systems - General
arrangement of Body Parts - Skeleton - Construction of axial and
Appendicular Skeleton - Sex Differences in the Skeleton - Arches of the Foot -
Functions of the Skeleton - Classification of the Joints of the Body with
examples for each Type.
UNIT - II
Skeletal Muscle - Muscle Fiber -Red and White Fibers - Contractile
Substances - Composition of the Muscle - Blood Supply - Nerve Supply -
Motor Unit - Muscle Spindle - Physical Properties - Muscle.
UNIT - III
Brief Account of the Structure and Functions of the Tongue, Teach,
Salivary Glands, Stomach, Small and Large intestines - Pancreas and Liver
Brief account of the Structure and Functions of the Kidneys, the Skin, the
Eye, and the Ear.
Location and Function of the Endocrine Glands - Pituitary, Thyroid,
Parathyroid, Adrenalin, Pancreas, and Sex Glands.
Central Nervous System - Brain - Functions of the Parts of the Brain -
Spinal Cord - Reflex Action - Nervous - Autonomous Nervous System.
UNIT - IV
Blood and Circulation - Constituents of Blood and their Functions -
Functions of Blood - Blood Clotting Blood Groups and Their Transfusion -
Structure of the Heart - Cardiac Cycle- Circulation of Blood - Systemic and
Regional Circulation - Lymphatic Vessels and Lymph - Blood Pressure - Pulse
- Respiratory system - Respiratory Passage - Lungs - Structure and Function -
Exchange of Gases - Mechanism of Respiration
UNIT - V
Exercise and Circulation - Stroke Volume - Cardiac out put - Blood
Pressure - Pulse - Circulatory Adjustments - During Exercise - Effect of
Training on Heart and Circulation.
Role of Oxygen in Physical Work - Demand and Supply of Oxygen
Maximal Oxygen intake - Factors influencing the rate of Oxygen intake -
Oxygen Debt - Second Wind - Exercise and Respiration - Internal and
External Respiration - Pulmonary Ventilation - Vital Capacity - Effect of
Training on Respiration

SEMESTER-I - PAPER - III B.P.Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
ORGANISATION ,ADMINISTRATION ,SUPERVISION
RECREATION AND CAMPING
UNIT - I
Meaning of Organization and Administration - Importance of
Organization and Administration, Organization and Administration of- Schools,
colleges, University, Districts, States etc. Facilities and equipment : Playgrounds
- Outdoor and Indoor - Gymnasium - Swimming Pools - Types of Pool (fill and
drawtype) Perennial type - Perpetual Circulation type - Construction of a Pool -
Care and Maintenance.- Standards for Educational Institutions - layout of Play
Grounds and Athletic Track - Problem of lack of Play Space for Schools in
Crowed cities and their Solution - Public Play Grounds. Standard for
Educational institutions - Construction and care.
Equipment: Minimum requirement for an Educational Institution -
Purchase of Equipment (Policies and Procedure) Care of Equipment (General
and specific). Staff and leadership: Need for Trained leaders - Qualifications of
physical education teacher - Teaching load and teacher pupil ratio - Relationship
of Physical Education Teacher with the Headmaster, Supervisor, Classroom
Teachers, Students, Parent and Community - Student leadership.
UNIT - II
Programme planning - Curriculum-Need and Importance of Curriculum
- Preparation and Development of Course of Studies. Types of Programme -
Factors Influencing Programme Planning - Characteristics of a Sound
Programme. Preparation of time table- Filling Physical Education into school
time table - Types of physical education - Types of Physical Education Periods -
Daily, Periodicals and Annual Schedules. Intramurals - Objectives - Need &
Importance - Awards and Incentives. Extramural -Benefits and Drawbacks -
Organization and Conduct of Inter-Institutional Competitions - Awards -
Games tours - Group competition - Sports meet - Standard, Nonstandard -
Play days - Demonstration and Exhibition - Swimming Meet - Gymnastic
Competitions.
UNIT - III
Supervision : Meaning and Need for Supervision - Guiding Principles of
supervision. Functions of the supervisor -Administrative Duties - Duties per
Training to Facilities, Instruction and Professional Growth. Methods in
supervision: Visits - Periodical, Surprise request, Visitation Procedure, Report on
the Visit. Meeting - Individual and groups. Demonstration for Individual
Teachers or for group teachers - Preparation and conduct of Demonstration.
UNIT: IV
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 a Budget - Accounting. Office Management:
Maintaining Various Types of Records and Registers and Reports.
UNIT - V
Camping - Scope and Significance of Camping-Types of Camps-Selection
and lay-out of camp sites. -Camp Programme and Activities - Arts and Crafts,
Dramas, Music, Hobbies, Dancing, Hiking, Map reading. Recreation: Definition,
Scope and Significance - Philosophy and Objectives - Relationship of Play,
Work, Leisure and Recreation. Agencies Offering Recreation - Home,
Governmental, Voluntary, Private and Commercial Agencies.


SEMESTER-I - PAPER - IV B.P.Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
METHODS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND INTRODUCTION
TO TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS
UNIT- I
Meaning and Importance of Method - Factors Influencing Method.
Presentation Techniques - Personal Preparation - Technical Preparation -
Organizing Subject Matter - Teaching Aids - Class Management. Steps in
Presentation - Orientation - Explanation - Demonstration - Exploration -
Correction and Repetition, Discussion - Evaluation.
UNIT - II
Various Methods of Teaching of Activities - Command Method -
Demonstration Method - Imitation and Dramatization Method - At will method
- Set drill Method - Part Method and Whole Part Whole Method etc. Lesson
plans - General and specific. Selection and Teaching of Activities : Formal
activities including indigenous exercise.-Gymnastics-Rhythmic activities-Major
Games-Minor Games -Track and Field -Defensive arts - Aquatics
UNIT - III
Drawing of fixtures for competitions and tournaments - Knock-out -
league - combination tournament - perpetual tournament - ladder, Pyramid,
spider, bridge.
UNIT- IV
Test And Measurement: Meaning - need and importance of test and
measurement. Selection of test - establishing validity reliability - objectivity -
norms. Areas of test and measurement Physical fitness - components
AAHPERED youth fitness test and AAPHERED Health - related physical
fitness.
UNIT - V
Motor fitness - components, Indiana motor fitness test cardio - vascular
endurance - Harvard step test and Cooper's 12 minutes continuous run - walk.
Test of specific sports skills Johnson basketball test, Russel Lange volleyball test,
McDonald classification of pupils - Need and importance - method of
classification. Grading and evaluation in physical education.


SEMESTER-II - PAPER - V B.P.Ed., 2007-08
SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES OF COACHING
AND OFFICIATING
UNIT - I
Philosophy of Coaching - Personal Qualities and Qualifications of a
Coach - Training and Coaching - Meaning, Definition and Difference.
UNIT - II
Theory and Practice in Officiating and Coaching in the following Games
and Sports - Kabaddi - Kho-Kho - Football - Hockey - Volleyball - Softball
- Cricket - Tennis -- Swimming - Badminton, Basketball and Track and Field
Events.
Each Game of Sport to be dealt under the following heads: History and
Development of the game of Sport- Ground Dimensions and Markings Standard
Equipment - Rules and Interpretation of Rules - Duties of officials - Systems of
officiating - Position Signals, Etc.
UNIT - III
Teaching of Fundamental Skills - Drills for Development of Skills - lead
Up Games - Position of Play - Tactics - Attack and Defense.
UNIT - IV
Training - Warming up - Types - Conditioning Exercise - Principles of
Sports Training - Training for Motor Components, Strength, Endurance,
Speed, Flexibility , Coordinative abilities Training Load - Intensity - Density -
Duration, Frequency - Types of Training - Weight Training - Circuit
Training - Fartlek Training - Interval Training.
UNIT - V
Periodisation-Preseason-Competitive season - off Season


SEMESTER-II - PAPER - VI B.P.Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
KINESIOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS OF SPORTS
UNIT - I
Introduction - Definition - Meaning, Brief History, and Objectives of
Kinesiology, Importance of Kinesiology for Physical Education and Sports.
planes and Axis, Terminology.
UNIT - II
Classification of Muscles - Structural Classification of Muscles -
Kinesiolgical Grouping of Muscles - Location of Origin, Insertion and Action
of Muscles at Various Joints of Upper Extremity - (Shoulder Girdles - Shoulder
Joint - Elbow Joint - Wrist joint) Lower Extremity - (Hip - Knee - Ankle -
Foot.)
Muscular analysis of Fundamental Movements - Walking, Running
Throwing, Catching, Pulling, Pushing, Striking, Hanging.
UNIT - III
Types of Muscular Contraction - Concentric - Eccentric - Static -
Isotonic Isometric - Isokinetic. Exercise programme to develop the Front
Upper arm, Rear , Upper arm - forearm. Front thigh, Rear thigh- Calf - upper
back- Lower back, Neck and Abdomen.
UNIT - IV
Meaning, Aim, Need and Importance of Biomechanics - Mechanical
Principles involved in Game and Sports. Displacement Speed, Velocity,
Acceleration Motion - Types of Motion. Laws of motions- influence of Motion -
Air - Gravity and Water - Friction. Center of Gravity - Equilibrium, Force -
Levers - Types of Levers - Projectiles.
UNIT - V
Muscular and Biomechanical analysis of fundamental walking, running,
throwing, catching, Pulling, Pushing.

SEMESTER-II - PAPER - VII B.P.Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
MANAGEMENT OF SPORTS INJURIES
UNIT - I
Need and Importance of the Study of Sports injuries in the Field of
Physical Education - Prevention of injuries in Sports - Common Sports
injuries - Diagnosis Immediate First - Aid, Treatments of Laceration -
Blisters - Contusions - Sparains - Fracture - Dislocation and Cramps.
UNIT - II
Physiotherapy - Definition - Guiding Principles of Physiotherapy, Importance of
Physiotherapy - Electrotherapy - infrared rays Ultraviolet rays - short Wave
Diathermy, Ultrasonic rays.
UNIT - III
Hydrotherapy: Criotherapy, Thermo therapy, Contrast Bath, Whirlpool
Bath - Stream Bath - Sauna Bath - Hot Water Fomentation - Massage : History
of Massage - Classification of Manipulations (Swedish System) Physiological
Effects of Massage.
UNIT -IV
Therapeutic Exercise: Definition and Scope - Principles of Therapeutic
Exercise - Classification and Effective Use of Therapeutic Movements - the
Passive Movements (Relaxed, forced and Passive, Stretching ) - the Active
Movements (Concentric & Eccentric and Static) Application of the Therapeutic:
Free Mobility Exercises - Shoulder, Elbow- Wrist and Finger joints - Hips and
Knee, ankle and Foot joints - truck. Head and Neck Exercises.
UNIT - V
Posture : Meaning and Values of Good Posture - Causes of Poor Posture
- Postural Examination - New York State Posture Rating chart Test. Some
Common Deviation is Posture - Normal Curvature of the Spine and Its Utility,
Kyposis Lordosis, Scolisis Flat back (C and S Curve) Round Shoulders, Knock
Knees, Bow Legs, Flat Foot, Causes Diagnosis for Deviations and treatment
including exercise. Bandages - Types of Bandage and Strapping for Major Joints
and Body Parts.

SEMESTER-II - PAPER - VIII B.P.Ed., 2007-08 ONWARDS
HEALTH EDUCATION, FITNESS AND WELLNESS
UNIT - I
Health Education - Meaning- National and International agencies -
Factors influencing Health- -Causes of Diseases-Communicable Diseases
(Malaria, Cholera, Typhoid, Measles, tuberculosis )- Non Commercial diseases
(diabetes, Cancers) school health problems- Health Hazards-Public Health and
sanitation-personal hygiene.
UNIT - II
Wellness: Meaning - scope and concepts of wellness components of
wellness (Fitness, nutrition, spirituality, smoking, cessation, stress managements,
substance abuse control, Health Education, Environmental support, disease
prevention, physical examination-sexually transmitted diseases. )
UNIT - III
Fitness-Meaning, Benefits, Exercise Prescription-Intensity, mode,
Duration, Frequency - Choosing a fitness programme, Problems of being Unfitoverload.
Physical fitness: Meaning and Benefits. Types: Health related &
Performance related Physical fitness components -Endurance, Strength,
Flexibility, Body composition , speed, power, Agility, Balance, Coordination.
Reaction time methods of developing fitness components Assessment of physical
fitness component. AAHPERD youth fitness test- AAHPERD health -related
fitness test..
UNIT - IV
Method of Development of fitness components - Exercise prescription :
Intensity - mode - Duration - Frequency Planning for a individualized fitness
programme: Assessment of physical fitness Components : AAHPERD youth
fitness test AAHPERD Health - related fitness components.
UNIT - V
Nutrition - Nutrients (Carbohydrates, fats, protein, vitamins, minerals and
water) Balanced diet, Principles of weighty control, tips to weight management
programme. A healthy lifestyle habits, Diet for sports persons.

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