M.P.Ed in Fitness Management

Bharathiar University
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Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, 641046., Tamil Nadu, India
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· Requirements

Candidates with B.P.Ed. With at least 50% marks or B.P.E., (3 years) with at least 50% marks, are eligible for admission. b) Admission shall be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the University/State Government, as per the policy of the State Government/University to which the institution is affiliated.

Course programme

The Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.) programme is meant for
candidates desirous of pursuing post-graduate programme in physical education,
and for preparing a professional cadre of physical education teachers at the senior
secondary level as well as teacher educators in Colleges of Physical Education and
University Departments of Physical Education.

SEMESTER-I - PAPER - I (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
SPORTS MANAGEMENT AND CURRICULUM DESIGN
IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
UNIT-I
Introduction: Meaning and Definition of Management and Sports
Management - Basic Principles and Processes of Sports Management - Criteria for
Evaluating Physical Education - Instructional Programme
Personnel Management: - Objectives of Sports Personnel Management -
Personnel Policies - Role of Personnel Manager in organizations, Man Power
Planning - Office management .
UNIT- II
Programme Management: Management Guidelines for Schools and Colleges
of Physical Education Programme, Community based Physical Education and Sport
Programmes. Management Problems in instruction Program - Competitive Sports-
Inter- School, Inter-Collegiate, Inter-University. Facility Management-Planning the
Facility-Team approach-Indoor and Outdoor Facilities - Facilities for Disabled -
Modern Trends in Facilities- Maintenance.
UNIT- III
Public Relations- - Principles of Public Relations -Planning the Public
Relations Programme-Public Relations and the Media. Sports Marketing Physical
Education and Sports Programme
UNIT- IV
Financial Management : Sources of income - Grant, Subscription, Rent,
Donation, Sponsorship, Gate Fee Collection Etc, - Approved Items of Expenditure
- Rules of utilization of Games Found - Preparation - and Administration of
Budget and Accounting.
Agencies and its Schemes: - Sports Authority of India- Association of Indian
Universities - Sports Control Board - Games advisory Committee - Federation and
Association (IOC,IOA,NSO,NSCF,) - Private and Public Sectors
UNIT-V
Curriculum Design : Meaning and Modern concept of the Curriculum - Basic
Principles of Curriculum Development Curriculum of Physical Education at
Various Levels - Arrangement of Physical activities in the Curriculum - Criteria for
Curriculum Content. Sources of Curriculum Materials - Integration of Physical
Education with Other Facilities - (Subjects) - Curriculum Research - Curriculum
Evaluation - Follow- Up Work.

SEMESTER-I - PAPER - II (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY AND SPORTS SOCIOLOGY
UNIT - I
Introduction : Meaning of Psychology -Branches of psychology -Meaning
of sport psychology - goals, need, nature and scope of sport psychology - major
perspectives within sport psychology - (Bio-psychological, psychodynamic,
Behavioral, cognitive and humanistic)
Methods of psychological research: Naturalistic observation - case study -
Surveys - Correlational Studies - Experimentation - multi methods approach.
UNIT - II
Heredity and environment : Human growth and development -stages of
growth and development -Physical, mental, emotional and social developments of
infancy , childhood and adolescence stages- Role of physical education in the
development of infancy , Childhood, and adolescence stages.
Perception : Types of Perception ( Visual, Auditory, Tactile and Kinesthetic)
- Role of Perception in Physical Education.
Basic Concepts of Memory - Forgetting - Intelligence - Altitude -Aptitude-
Anxiety-Aggression.
UNIT - III
Learning: Factors affecting motor learning - Stages of Motor Learning -
Theories of Learning (Classical Conditioning, operant conditioning, insight learning.
Human machine theories), Physical Educational implications, of the theories of
learning - Methods of effective learning - Transfer of Learning - Achieving
Maximum Positive Transfer.
Motivation: Types of motivation-Theories of motivation- Role of Motivation
in Physical Education
Emotion - Types of Emotion - Theories of Emotion - Role of Emotion in
Physical Education
UNIT - IV
Personality -Meaning and Nature of personality - Structure of personality -
Factors influencing personality-Theories of personality-Measuring personality traits
- Role of personality in Physical Education.
Psychological Qualities: Psycho -Regulative Procedures (Apparatus,
Autogenic Training, Music , Yoga) Psychological preparations of sports persons in
training cycles ( Preparatory, Competitive and Transitional)
UNIT - V
Meaning of Sociology : Meaning of Sport Sociology scope of sport Sociology
- Physical Education as a social phenomenon - social significant of sports - sports
and socializing institutions (Family , Education, Religion and State), Sports for
better international understanding - Sports and social problems - Behaviour of
sportspersons and spectators - Leadership in physical education - Social concerns
in sports today.

SEMESTER-I - PAPER - III(M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
UNIT - I
Introduction: Meaning of the terms Measurement and Evaluation-Need and
Importance of Measurement in Evaluation-Principles of Measurement and
Evaluation Programme - Criteria of Test Selection - Technical Standards
Establishing Procedures of Validity, Reliability, Objectivity and Norms-Practical
Standards - Administrative considerations - Developmental values. Test
construction Procedure : Basic Principles of Test Construction- Construction of
Knowledge Test - Written Test and Skill Tests.
UNIT - II
Test classification and Diagnosis: Test Classification-- Standard and Teacher
Made Test - Objective and Subjective Test Diagnosis - Purpose of Diagnosis -
Requirements of Diagnosis and Prediction of Data.
UNIT - III
Test Methods: - Administration of Tests - Pretest test - During Test - Post
Test - Procedure -Scoring, analyzing, Presenting and interpreting - Use of Test
Results - Physical Fitness Tests: - New York State Physical Fitness Test -
AAHPERD youth fitness test - AAHPERD health related fitness test -Strength
Tests-: Isotonic - Isometric - Roger's Strength index -Kraus-Weber Minimum
Muscular Strength Test.
UNIT - IV
Motor Fitness Tests: JCR Test - Oregon Motor Fitness Test - California
Motor Fitness Test - Motor ability tests : Barrow Motor ability Test - Carpenter
Motor ability Test -Scott Motor ability Test - Latchaw Motor ability Test : Motor
Educability Test -- Johnson Metheny Motor Educability Test.
Cardio-Vascular Endurance Test: Callagher and brouha Harvard Step Test -
Tuttle Pulse Ratio test - Schenider Cardio-Vascular Test - Postural Tests : -
Woodruff Body alignment Posture Test - Foot Print angle Test.
UNIT - V
Tests of Specific Sports Skills : Badminton : Miller Wall Volley Test - French
Short Serve Test - Basketball : Knox basketball Test- Leilich Basketball Test -
AAPHERD Basketball Test- Hockey : Schmithals - French Field Hockey Test-
Friedal Field Hockey Test Soccer - Warner Soccer Test - skills Test - AAPHERD
Football Skill Test -Tennis : Dyer Tennis Test-Broer-Miller forehand-Backhand
Drive Test -Volleyball : Liba-Stauff Test-Brady Volleyball Test.

SEMESTER-II - PAPER - IV (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
UNIT - I
Introduction to Research Methods: Definition, meaning,nature and scope of
Research-Need and importance of Research in Physical Education- Classification
of Research : Basic Research, Applied Research - Action Research.
UNIT - II
Historical Methods of Research - Definition of Historical Research - Steps
in Historical Research - Sources of Historical Research - Primary Data - Secondary
Data -Internal Criticism - External Criticism. Descriptive Methods of Research -
Survey Study - Case Study - Normative study
UNIT - III
Formation and Development of Research Problem - Location of Research
problem- Criteria for selecting of a Research problem - Hypothesis: formulation of
Hypothesis - Types of Hypothesis - Research proposal - Qualities of a good
research.
UNIT - IV
Experimental Methods of Research -Meaning of variables - Types of
variables - Nature and meaning of experimental Research - Different Methods of
sampling - Planning for Experimental Research - Field experimentation, Laboratory
Experimentation etc. - Different Experimental Designs - Single Group Design -
Reverse Group Design - Repeated Measures Design - Static Group Comparison
Design - Equated Group Design- Factorial design.
UNIT - V
Methods of Writing Research Report - Style of writing Research Report -
Mechanics of writing research report- footnote and Bibliography writing.

SEMESTER-II - PAPER -V (M.P.Ed.,)
STATISTICS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
UNIT - I
Introduction to Statistics -Definition, meaning, need and importance of
Statistics in physical education and Research. Types of statistical process:
Descriptive-comparative- relationship - inferential - Predictive. Meaning of
Population - Samples- Variables - Types: Discrete- Continuous. Parametric-Non
Parametric - Statistics. Frequency table: Meaning -uses and Construction of
Frequency Table.
UNIT - II
Measures of Central Tendency - Definition and meaning --Calculation of
Mean Median and Mode for ungrouped and grouped data -- Specific Characteristics
and uses of Measure of central tendency- Percentiles - deciles and quartiles.
Measures of Variability : - Range, , Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation
,Quartile deviation -Calculation of Measures of variability from grouped and
ungrouped data. Uses and characteristics of measures of variability - co-efficient of
variability.
UNIT-III
Meaning of Probability - Principles of normal curve - Properties of normal
curve - Divergence from normality - Skewness and Kurtosis - Standard scoring
scales - Sigma scale-Z - scale, T- scale, Hull Scale.
Elementary Graphical Methods : Frequency Polygon - Smooth
frequency polygon - Histogram - Cumulative curve- the cumulative percentage
cure/Ogive - line graph - Bar diagram - Pie diagram. -Uses of Graphical methods.
UNIT - IV
Reliability and Test of Significance; Factors affecting reliability- Random, size
and variability - Mean difference -Standard error-Standard error of the mean -
Null hypothesis - Level of significance - Test of significance - 't'test -'f ' test
UNIT - V
Correlation - Meaning of Correlation - Co-efficient of correlation -
Calculation of Correlation - Product Moment Method - Rank Difference Method.
Computer Applications in Physical Education : Importance of computer
application in Physical Education - Internet - Browsing - Web sites - - search
engine - Working Online and Offline - Downloading - e-mail :Sending - File
Attachment and Processing information - MS Office : MS Word - MS Power Point
- MS Excel : Making Statements - Table- Charts and Graphs. Calculations -
Addition -Subtraction - Division - Usage of Formula - Statistical Packages: Uses of
statistical packages.

SEMESTER-II - PAPER -VI (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
THEORIES OF SPORTS AND GAMES - I
(Specialization of Major Games and Track & Field)
UNIT - I
Introduction - Origin and development of the game - Recent status of the
game in India - Comparative study of Techniques adopted by Nations leading in the
game, various Tournaments at the Inter National/National/State/District level-
Development of the rules of the games.
UNIT - II
Fundamental skills -List of skills related to attack and defense - Teaching
procedure for each skill - Analysis of each skill in relation to Mechanical Principles-
Specific exercises for each skill various drills related to the fundamental skills Lead -
Up games.
UNIT - III
Team Tactics - Different system of play related to attack and defence -
Training methods to develop team tactics. Coaching plan - Preparation of Training
schedules - Warm -up and Conditioning exercise - Skill Training.
UNIT - IV
Rules of the game - Current interpretations - New changes in the game.
Evaluation of skills of the players - Skill tests - Evaluation of the performance of
the players - Judges rating - Preparation of profiles for Players- Mechanical of
officiating
UNIT - V
Rules of the Track events - Current interpretations and new changes -
Preparation and coaching of the track events - Evaluation of the performances .

SEMESTER-III - PAPER -VII (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
EXERCISE AND SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY
UNIT - I
Exercise physiology - Importance of various Areas of Exercise Physiology in
the field of physical education
Physiology of muscular activity - Mechanism of Muscular contraction-Types
of Muscle fibers - Nerve muscular actively - Synapse-Transmission or nerve
impulse. Muscular adaptations to anaerobic and aerobic exercises
UNIT - II
Physiology of cardiac cycle - Factors effecting Heart Rate, Stroke Volume,
Cardiac output, Heart Volume, Blood Pressure- Regulation or stroke volumeresponse
to exercise.
Respiratory Regulation During exercise : - Pulmonary ventilation -
pulmonary Diffusion-Transport of oxygen and Carbon Dioxide - Gas Exchange of
the Muscles - Regulation of pulmonary Ventilation -Ventilation and Energy
Metabolism-Respiratory limitations to Performance. Cardio-respiratory Adaptations
in various exercises
UNIT -III
Energy for Movement : - Metabolism and Basic Energy systems-Energy for
Cellular Activity -Bioenergetics: ATP Production -Measuring Energy Use During
Exercise -Energy Expenditure at Rest and During Exercise - Causes of fatigue
Hormonal Regulation or Exercise - The Nature of Hormones- The
Endocrine glands and their Hormones-The Endocrine Response to Exercise -
Hormonal Effects on Metabolism and Energy .
UNIT - IV
Exercise in Extreme Environments - Exercise at increased Altitude -
thermoregulation in Exercise - Mechanism of Body Temperature Regulation-
Physiological Response to exercise in the Heat and Humid Environments-Heat
Exhaustion and heart stroke-Exercise in the cold Environment - Physiological
Responses to exercise in the cold - Health Risks during Exercises in the cold.
UNIT -V
Ergogenic Aids and Performance - Researching Ergogenic Aids-
Pharmacological Agents - Hormonal Agents - Physiological, Nutritional Agents-
Drugs and Doping.
Age and Sex considerations in sports and Exercise - Growth, Development
and the young Athlete . Sex differences and the Female Athlete -Body Size and
Composition-Physiological Responses to Acute Exercise Physiological Adaptations
to Exercise training -Performance.

SEMESTER-III - PAPER -VIII(M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
METHODOLOGY OF SPORTS TRAINING
UNIT - I
Coaching - Needs and Values of Coaching - the Place of Coaching in
Physical Education - Coaching as a Profession - Trends in Coaching - Status of
Coaching in India, Philosophy of Coaching - Code of Ethics - Code for Coaches
and Sportsmen. Professional Preparation of Coaches - Personal Qualities -
Educational Qualification - Professional and Technical - Qualification -
Specialization.
UNIT - II
Periodicities - Single, Double and Multiple, Pre-Season, Competition Season,
off-session - Factors Determining Seasons- Preparation of Schedules, Planning -
Long - Term Plan, Short - Term Plan, Macro-Cycle Macro -Cycle and Micro Cycle.
UNIT - III
Training Methods -Needs for Systematic Training - Factors influencing
Selection of a system - Selection of team- Training of motor components of
Strength, Endurance, Speed, Flexibility. Co-ordinate abilities.
UNIT - IV
Methods of training :- Weight training - Isotonic , Isometric, Isokinetic-
Circuit training- Interval Training - Fartlek - Resistance training - pressure training,
Polymeric training-training load -features of training load-intensity, density,
duration and frequency - principles of training load,
UNIT - V
Facilities for instruction and training equipment for practice- special
equipment, mechanical devices-improvised apparatus.Teaching aids-movies, Film
strips-charts-illustrations videos -models-computer.

SEMESTER-III - PAPER -IX (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
SPORTS BIOMECHANICS
UNIT - I
Introduction to Biomechanics - History of Biomechanics - Need of
Mechanical analysis of movements in Sports and games - Basic Mechanical concepts
- force - motion - Centre of gravity - Work and Energy - Kinetic Energy - Potential
Energy. Levers: Types of levers and their mechanical advantages and disadvantages.
Applications of principles of levers, Work and energy to sports, Problems on work
and energy.
UNIT - II
Kinetics - Force - Properties of Force: Magnitude - Direction - Action Line
- Internal and External forces - Muscular forces - Linear Kinetics: Inertia - Mass -
Weight. Angular Kinetics: Eccentric - Parallel - Concurrent forces - Torque
Frictional forces: Starting - Rolling - Sliding. Applications of linear and angular
kinetics, and frictional forces in sports and games
UNIT - III
Kinematics: Motion - Types: Linear - Angular - Rotation. Laws of Motion
and their application is sports and games. Linear Kinematics: Distance and
Displacement - Speed and Velocity - Acceleration and Uniform Motion Angular
Kinematics: Angular Distance and Angular Displacement - Angular Speed and
Angular Velocity - Angular Acceleration - Radius of movement - Applications of
linear and angular kinematics in sports and games
UNIT - IV
Principles of Projectile - Impact - Elasticity: factors affecting elasticity and
its Significance. Spin- Types of Spin - Rebound: Factors affecting rebound.
Application of principles of Motion and Projectile in sports and games. Equilibrium:
Factors affecting equilibrium - Types of equilibrium- Significance of Equilibrium in
sports
Fluid mechanics: Static consideration: Buoyancy and floatation. Dynamic
considerations: Drag forces - Lift forces - Magnus.
UNIT - V
Gait analysis - Description of movements - Muscles and forces .Analysis of
Biomechanical principles in Walking, Running - Throwing - Jumping - Pushing -
Pulling - Hitting. Analysis of Techniques of different sports activities - Track &
Field Techniques - Starting - Running - Hurdling - High jump - Long jump - Shot
put - Discuss. Analysis of techniques of skills in major games

SEMESTER-IV - PAPER -X (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
SPORTS MEDICINE
UNIT - I
Introduction - History of Sports Medicine- Definition and Meaning of
Sports Medicine - Need and importance of sports medicine - common sports
injuries of bone, joint, ligament, muscle, tendon, skin, nerve, bursa and articular
cartilage.
UNIT - II
Prevention of Injuries - Participation in Physical examination - protective
sports equipments - proper Conditioning & training- avoiding over training -
Bandaging and taping- Knowledge, Mechanisms and Characteristics of sports
trauma.
UNIT - III
Injury Assessment - On the field acute care and emergency procedures - off
the field injury Evaluation procedures.
UNIT - IV
Sports injuries to specific regions and their Management Injuries to the foot,
ankle and lower leg, knee, thigh, hip and pelvis, shoulder Complex, Elbow,
Forearm, Wrist, hand and fingers, spin, thorax and Abdomen, head and neck.
UNIT - V
Injuries related to Specific Game/Sport Injuries to the running athleteswimming
injuries - thermal injuries- (Heat, Cold and altitude illness and
prevention) - Drugs and Medications commonly used in Athletics.


SEMESTER-IV - PAPER -XI (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
THEORIES OF SPORTS AND GAMES
(Specialization of Major Games and Track & Field)
UNIT - I
Introduction - Origin and development of the game - Recent status of the
game in India - comparative study of Techniques adopted by Nations leading in the
game, various Tournaments -Inter - National - National - State - District level-
Development of the rules of the games.
UNIT -II
Fundamental skills -List of skills related to attack and defense - teaching
procedure for each skill - thorough analysis of each skill in relation to Mechanical
Principles. Specific exercises for each skill various drills related to the fundamental
skills Lead - up games.
UNIT - III
Team Tactics - Different system of play related to attack and defense -
Training methods to develop term tactics. Coaching plan - preparation of Training
schedules. Warm -up and conditioning exercise - skill Training.
UNIT - IV
Rules of the game - current interpretations - new changes in the game.
Evaluation of skills of the players - skill tests - Evaluation of the performance of the
players - Judges rating - Preparation of profiles for Players.
UNIT - V
Rules of the Field events - combined , new changes in the Field events.
Evaluation of skills of the Athletes - skill tests - Evaluation of the performance of
the Athletes - Selection - Preparation & Coaching for Athletic events.

SEMESTER-IV - PAPER -XII (M.P.Ed.,) 2007-08
YOGA EDUCATION
UNIT - I
Introduction to yoga; meaning of yoga - concept of yoga- aim and objectives
of yoga - Brief history of yoga - systems of yoga: Bhakthi yoga - jnana yoga -
Karma Yoga - Hatha Yoga - Laya yoga - Mantra Yoga - Kundalini Yoga - Raja
Yoga - Patanjali Yoga ; Eight limbs of yoga : Yama - Niyama - Asana- Pranayama -
Pratyahara - Dharana - Dhayana- Samathi.
UNIT-II
Asanas; Definition - classification of asanas - Difference between physical
exercise and yogic asanas - Guidelines for practicing asanas - Various types of
asanas and their benefits.
UNIT-III
Pranayama - Concept of Pranayama - Nadis - Ida nadi - Pingala Nadi -
Sushumna nadi - Controlling of breath; Puraka- kumbhaka- Rechaka. Benefits of
pranayama on various systems of the body. Types of pranayama - Nadi Suddhi` -
Nadi Shodhanas - Surya Bhedana - Kapalabhati - Bhastrika- Sitakari - Sitali -
Bhramari - Ujjayi.
UNIT-IV
Bandhas; meaning - Types; Jallandra - Mula - Uddiyana . Kriyas -
Techniques of kriyas- Neti ( Jala neti , Sutra neti ) - Dhauti ; Vamana Dhauti -
Vastra Dhauti - Bhasti- Nauli - Trataka - Kapalabhati .
UNIT-V
Meditation ; Concept of meditation - Types of meditation- Physiological
benefits of meditation- Effects of yoga on various systems of the body - Yoga and
competition - Integration of yoga with modern education - Yoga institutions in
India and abroad .


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