JRD Global EDU


JRD Global EDU

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Duration 1 Year
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Sport (British English) or sports (American English) includes all forms of competitive physical activity or games which,[1] through casual or organised participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing enjoyment to participants, and in some cases, entertainment for spectators.[2] Usually the contest or game is between two sides, each attempting to exceed the other. Some sports allow a tie game; others provide tie-breaking methods, to ensure one winner and one loser. A number of such two-sided contests may be arranged in a tournament producing a champion. Many sports leagues make an annual champion by arranging games in a regular sports season, followed in some cases by playoffs. Hundreds of sports exist, from those between single contestants, through to those with hundreds of simultaneous participants, either in teams or competing as individuals. In certain sports such as racing, many contestants may compete, each against each other, with one winner.

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Decision Making
IT Risk Management
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Paper-I Foundations of Sport Management UNIT-I 1. Nature and Significance of Sport 2. Meaning, Nature and Significance of Sport Management 3. Distinction between Administration and Sport Management. 4. Purpose and Scope of Sport 5. Principles of Sport 6. Skills of Management and Sport Management UNIT-II 1. Functions /Elements /Phases/ Steps of Sport Management 1.1 Planning: 1.1.1 Meaning of Planning. 1.1.2 Steps of Planning. 1.1.3 Causes of Plan failure. 1.1.4 Principles of Planning. 1.1.5 Organization. 1.1.6 Meaning of Organization 1.1.7 Formal and Informal Organizations. 1.1.8 Steps in Organizing 1.1.9 Concept of Departmentation. 1.1.10 Principles of organizing. 1.1.11Meanings of Delegation staffing including co-ordination 1.1.12 Danger of over-delegation. 2. Directing and Controlling: 2.1 Meaning and Directing 2.2 Elements of Directing 2.3 Orders and instructions 2.4 Process of Directing 2.5 Meaning of Controlling 2.6 Steps in Controlling UNIT-III 3- Management Leadership: 3.1 Style & Method. 3.1.1. Forms of Leadership:- Autocratic, Laissez fair, Democratic Participative & Eclectic (Advantage & Disadvantage) 3.1.2. Skills of Manager 3.1.3. Significance of qualified staff 3.1.4. Staff Cooperation 3.1.5. Development of voluntary services 3.1.6. Code of Ethics for a Manager 3.2 Student Leadership 3.2.1 Student Leadership- its Meaning & Significance 3.2.2 Selection and Training 3.2.3 Control and Evaluation of Student Leaders. UNIT-IV 4. Decision Making: 4.1. Steps in Decision Making 4.2. Danger of Decision Making 4.3 Decision Support (DSS): 4.3.1. Characteristics and Classes of DSS 4.3.2. DSS as an aid to decision making 4.4. Human Resource Information System (HRIS): 4.4.1. Definition, Need of HRIS 4.4.2. Audit Information. 4.5. Decision Making: 4.5.1. Steps in Decision Making 4.5.2. Danger of Decision Making UNIT-V 1- Programme & Scheduling Strategic Programme; Planning Needs analysis Programme; Development Implementation Programme; Evaluation of Programme; Scheduling Barriers to Instruction Scheduling Maintenance. PAPER-II MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL AREAS UNIT-I Human behavior and Stress Management 1- Stress & its management 1.1 Define stress, Distress and Eustress 1.2 Types of stress 1.3 Physiological and pathological aspects of stress 1.4 Causes of stress (Special reference to job stress) 1.5 Stress symptoms and related diseases 1.6 Methods of management of stress – appropriate & inappropriate coping methods. 2- Conflict & its management 2.1 Conflict – its meaning 2.2 Role ambiguity V/S Role Conflict. 2.3 Causes of Conflict 2.4 Methods of Conflict resolution UNIT-II 1- Risk Management & Legal Aspect of Sports. 1.1 Concept of Risk Management 1.2 Process of Risk Management 1.3 Insurance 1.4 Exculpating agreement & parental consent for medical practice 1.5 Safety & Sports 1.6 Legal Aspect of Sports 1.7 Understanding of Negligence & Tort 1.8 Avoiding Negligence behaviour 1.9 Defense against Negligence 1.10 Facility, equipment & legal problems 1.11 Product liability 1.12 Supervision & legal problems 1.13 Sexual Harassment. 1.14 Remedies for negligence disputes 2- Contract Law 2.1 Legal Concept 2.1 Negotiating Contract 2.2 A typical employment contract 2.3 Contract for professional coach 3- Crisis Management & Evaluation plan 3.1 Disaster Modules 3.2 Designing and evaluation plan 3.3 Designing Medical plan for Disaster UNIT-III System Approach and Sports Marketing and Sponsorship 1- System Approach 1.1 Concept of System Approach 1.2 Need of System Approach in Sports. 1.3 Model of System Approach in sport management 1.4 Application of System Approach in Selection, Training and Promotion of Sports. 2- Sport Marketing 2.1 Sports Industry and its meaning 2.2 Factors influencing sports industry 2.3 Concept of Sport Marketing 2.4 Designing Information System for Marketing- its characteristics 2.5 Basic Marketing Principles and process apply to sports. 2.6 Factors influencing sports marketing. 2.7 Basic System Approach for Sports Marketing. 2.8 Marketing Segmentation 2.9 Marketing Mix 2.10 Marketing and promotion of sports 3- Sponsorship 3.1 Sponsorship – its meaning 3.2 Factors that stimulate sponsorship growth 3.3 Benefits sought from sponsorship by Sports organization 3.4 Benefits sought from sponsorship by Business Organization 3.5 Sponsorship in National and International Sports Competition/Sports UNIT-IV Management of an Event and Recreational Programme 1- Management of Sports event (Opening Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, Formation of various committees and their responsibilities) 2- Management of Health Club, Fitness Center, Aquatic Center, Sport Tout, and Sport Federation. 3- Manager’s Duties 3.1.1 Arrangement for Journey 3.1.2 Collecting necessary documents 3.1.3 Contacting organizers & collecting information 3.1.4 Maintenance of Accounts 3.2 Team Management of Coach 3.2.1 Before, during and after competition 3.2.2 Preparing reports on team performance. UNIT-V Quality Management 1. Quality Management. (QM) 1.1.1 Meaning and Concept of Quality Management, 1.1.2 Principles of Quality Management, 1.1.3 Factors affecting quality management, 1.1.4 Quality Planning and Quality Control. 2. Concept and meaning of TQM (Total Quality Management) 2.1.1 Pillars of TQM 2.1.2 Model of TQM PAPER-III Communicative Skills UNIT-I 1- Introduction to Communication 1.1 Meaning and significance of Communication 1.2 Types of Communication 1.3 Methods of Communication 1.4 Developing communication skills and suggestions for self-improvement 1.5 Barriers to effective communication 1.6 Improvement in communication skills and finally road map to success 1.7 Characteristics of a good speaker 1.8 Public speaking 1.9 Presentation technique UNIT-II 2- Written communication, Business and official communication 2.1 Principles of effective written Communication 2.2 Relevance of grammar 2.3 Composition of sentence 2.4 Super scripture 2.5 Mechanics of communication in writing 2.6 Business communication: 2.6.1 Basic aspects of business correspondence

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