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    Dnyanteerth, Vishnupuri, Nanded - 431 606

    Physical Education (B.P.Ed.)

    Semester Pattern

    Faculty of Physical Education

    One Year Degree Course

    B.P.Ed. Syllabus

    (With effective from July 2014)

  • (Page 2 of 26)

    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester System

    Semester I Theory Papers

    Marks

    I) History and Principles of Physical Education & Sports. 50 II) Organization, Administration & Methods In Physical Education & Sports. 50 III) Human Anatomy, Physiology, First Aid, Physiotherapy. 50 IV) Officiating in Games & Sports. 50 V) Sports Psychology. 50 VI) Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education and Sports. 50

    ----------- 300

    Part-II

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks External Internal Total Marks

    1 Academic Lesson 50 Marks 40 10 50 2 Physical Lesson 50 Marks 40 10 50

    Total 100 Part - II A

    Sr. No. Particulars No. Of. Lesson

    Marks Per Lesson

    Total Mark Observer

    1 Practice Academic Lesson 5 2 10 College Exam 2 Practice Physical Lesson 5 2 10 College Exam

    20 Internal Part - II B

    Sr. No. Particulars No. Of.

    Lesson Marks Per

    Lesson Total Mark

    Observer

    1 Final Academic Lesson 1 40 40 University Exam 2 Final Physical Lesson 1 40 40 University Exam

    80

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    Part - III MAJOR GAMES

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks 1 Kho-Kho 50 2 Kabaddi 50 3 Volley Ball 50 Total 150 Marks

    Part- III - A

    2. Track and Fields Event

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks 1 Sprint 100 Mt. 10 2 Relay 10 3 Shot Put 10 4 Discus 10 5 Long Jump 10 Total 50 Marks

    Part- III - B

    3. Individual and other Physical Activities (Minor Games 10 Marks)

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks 1 Drill & Marching 10 2 Yogasana 10 3 Suryanamaskar 10 4 Lezim 10 5 Gymnastic 10 Total 50 Marks

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    Structure of Marking for each Semester

    1) Theory Papers (6papers x 50 marks) - 300 2) Academic Lesson (1 x 50 marks) - 50 3) Physical Lesson (1 x 50 marks) - 50 4) Major games (3 games x 50 marks) - 150 5) Track & Field events (5 events X 10 Marks) - 50

    6) Individual & other Physical activities. - 50

    (5 activities X 10 Marks) ----------

    Total 650 ----------

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED.

    SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.)

    Semester System Semester II

    Part I Paper No. Theory Papers Marks

    VII) Principles of Physical Education & Sports. 50 VIII) Supervision and Management in Physical Education & Sports. 50 IX) Health Education & Yoga. 50 X) Coaching in Games & Sports. 50 XI) Education Psychology and Sports Sociology. 50 XII) Test in games in Sports. 50

    ----------- 300

    Part-II

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks External Internal Total Marks

    1 Academic Lesson 50 Marks 40 10 50 2 Physical Lesson 50 Marks 40 10 50

    Total 100 Part - II A

    Sr. No. Particulars No. Of. Lesson

    Marks Per Lesson

    Total Mark Observer

    1 Academic Lesson 5 2 10 College Exam 2 Physical Lesson 5 2 10 College Exam

    Total 20 Internal Part - II B

    Sr. No. Particulars No. Of.

    Lesson Marks Per

    Lesson Total Mark

    Observer

    1 Final Academic Lesson 1 40 40 University Exam 2 Final Physical Lesson 1 40 40 University Exam

    Total 80

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    Part - III MAJOR GAMES Semester II

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks 1 Cricket 50 2 Basket Ball/ Hand Ball/ Soft Ball 50 3 Bad-Minton / Table Tennis 50 Total 150

    II Track and Field Event

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks

    1 Long Run

    10

    2 Hurdles

    10

    3 Javelin 10

    4 High Jump

    10

    5 Half -Step-Jump 10

    Total 50 Marks

    III Individual and other physical activities

    Sr. No. Particulars Marks

    1 First Aid / Physiotherapy 10 2 Judo / Tai-kon-do/ Wrestling/ Boxing 10

    3 Dand Baithka/ Squat Thrust / Floor

    deeps 10

    4 Dumbbells/ Mass P.T. 10

    5 Folk Dance 10

    Total 50 Marks

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.)

    Semester I PAPER I

    History of Physical Education & Sports

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 History of Physical Education around the world- Greece, Britain, U.S.A.,

    U.S.S.R. & China.

    Unit 2 History of Physical Education in India ancient i.e. (Vedic, Epic, Buddhist, Mughal, Rajput, Britishers) Modern (Pre-Independence and Post- Independence contribution of central and state Governments for the development of Physical education. B.P.Ed., M.P.Ed., L.N.C.P.E. NIS, SAI, Nehru Yuva Kendra, movements of Akhadas & Vyayamshalas, Awards & (National, State Level), Govt. of India, Maharashtra state sports Policy.)

    Unit 3 Ancient Olympic Games/ Modern Olympic, Significance of the Game, rules of

    the game, conducts of events (I) History of Ancient & Modern Olympic Games, Awards, Venue. Opening & closing ceremony Olympic flag, Olympic torch.

    Unit 4 Physical education & sports Government bodies in India YMCA, IOC, IOA,

    SAI, Asian Games. REFFERENCE:

    1) Bucher, C.A. Foundations of physical Education, The C.V. Mosby Co., Saint Lousis, U.S.A. 2) Dalesn, V.A. World History of Physical Education Prentice Hall Inc. 3) Khan E.A. History of Physical Education Scientific Book Co. Patna - 4) Barow. R. M. Man and his Movement, Principles of Physical Education, Lea and

    Febricea, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 5) Revenes, R.S. Foundations of Physical Education, Houghton Miffin Co., Boston,

    U.S.A. 6) Sage, G.H. Introduction to Motor Behaviour Addison - Weslay Pb. Co., Inc. 7) Kamlesh, M.L. Physical Education Facts and Foundations Faridabad: P.B. Publications. 8) Kamlesh, M.L. Principles and History of Physical Education and Sports, Friends

    Publications (India), New Delhi, 2004. 9) Makarand. J., Sharirik Shikshan Adhyayan Va Adhyapan Nityanutan Prakashan,

    Pune. 10) Wakharkar D.G., Sharirik Shikshanache Adhuneek Swaroop and Adhyapan Nilkanth

    Prakashan Pune.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester I PAPER II

    Organisation and Administration in Physical Education and Sports

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Meaning of Organisation and Administration, Importance of Organisation,

    Guiding Principles of Organisation, Schemes of Physical Education and Sports in Schools, Colleges, Universities, Districts, States etc.

    Unit 2 Facilities for Physical Education and Sports: Outdoor and Indoor, Prescribed standards for schools, colleges and Universities, Equipment minimum requirement for schools, colleges and universities. Purchase of equipments Policies and procedures, care of equipment general and specific).

    Unit 3 Staff and Leadership Need for trained leaders, qualifications of physical Education teachers at different levels Teaching load and teacher-pupil ratio. Relationship of physical education teacher with the head of the institution, supervisors, other subject teachers, students, parents and the community student leaders.

    Unit 4 Source of Income, Expenditure, Budget & Finance, meaning and importance of planning. REFERENCE:

    1 Butter, George D. Introduction to Community Recreation, McGraw Hill Book Co.,

    Yourk, 1959 2 Chubb, Michael and Chubb, Holly, one Third of Our Time: An Introduction to

    Recreation Behaviour and Resources, Hohn Wiley and Sons, New York., 1981. 3 Ellis, M.J., Why Pople play, Prentice Hall Inc. Eagle 4 Tcrkildsen, George, Leisure and Recreation Management, E. and F. N. Spon., London,

    1992. 5 Zeigler, F.F., Philosoophical Foundation for Physical, Health and Recreation Education,

    Prentice Hall Inc. Eaglewood Chiffs. 1964

    6 M.I., Kamlesh and M.S. Sangral, Methods in Physical Education, Prakash Brothers, 516, Book Market Ludhiana (1986)

    7 Tirunarayan and Hariharan, Methods in Physical Education M.SC.T & S.H.Allagappa College of Physical Education, Karaikuddi U. 1985.

    8 Kazmar, H.C. and Cassidy Methods in Physical Education, W. B. Saunder Co., Philadelphia, London 1958.

    9 Charles E. Forsy, Administration of High School Athletic, Sixth Edition, Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood, New Jersey, 1979

    10 Charles A. Bucher, Management of Physical Education and Athletic Programmes, Louis C.B.Mosby. Co. 1987.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester I PAPER III

    Human Anatomy, Physiology, First Aid, Physiotherapy

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Anatomy: Definition, Meaning, need & importance, in Phy. Edu. & Sports. Unit 2 Characteristic of Human Body, Cell & its parts, definition, classification,

    Structure. Unit 3 Structure and Function of Skeletal, Digestive System, Respirative System,

    Circulatory System, Muscular System. Unit 4 First Aid: Definition and Meaning- First aid for shock, Poisoning, drowning.

    Haemorrhage, Different types of Fractures, sprain, strain (Artificial respiration)- dislocation, lungs- Mechanism of respiration.

    Unit 5 Physiotherapy: Guiding Principles of Physiotherapy, Modalities, their application and effects,

    Hydrotherapy- cold compress- Ice- Cold water, Hot water, Contrast bath-- Vapour bath- shrill poll bath, Electrotherapy, Megnetotherapy, Infrared, Diathermy and Ultrasonic etc.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester I PAPER IV

    Officiating in Games & Sports

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Officials on Field - Meaning, Definition, Importance, Qualities and

    Qualifications of a Good Official, Principles of Officiating Duties of official Unit 2 Officials Back Stage - Medical Officials, Observers, Jury Appeal, Competition

    Director, Athletics Marshall, Their Duties and Specifications. Unit 3 Team Game Officiating - Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Football, Basketball, Volleyball,

    Handball, Cricket, Badminton, Softball, Hockey; Individual Sports Officiating wrestling, Judo, Boxing, Fencing Athletics, Gymnastics, Swimming & Individual Game officiating.

    Unit 4 Ground and Equipment Maintenance, Ground Preparation of Marking,

    Gathering Information Related to Officiating.

    1 Doherty, J. Kenneth, Modern track & Field, Prentice Hall Inc. Englewood Clifts, 1963

    2 Mortensen Jand, track & Field for Coach & Athlete, Cooper, J.M. Prentice Hall Inc.,

    3 A.A.F.I., Officiating in Athletic, 1988. 4 Bunn. J.W. Art of Officiating sports, Prentice Hall, Englewood 1968 5 Buck H.W., Rules of Games & sports Y.M.C.A pub, House, Delhi (Latest

    Edition) 6 Brar. T.S. Officiating Techniques in Track and Field, Gwalior, Bhargava

    Press. 2002

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester I PAPER V

    SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Meaning, Nature and scope of sports psychology, General factors affecting

    sports learning and performance Unit 2 Basic considerations of Motor learning and performance: Physical and motor

    consideration: Body build-height and weight, strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, balance, co-ordination, reaction time, movement time, response time and reflex time.

    Unit 3 Perceptual Mechanism: Description and definition, personal factors in perception, perception and

    motor learning, cognitive process: Relationship of intelligence to motor abilities, physical factors.

    Unit 4 Practice:

    Retention and forgetting, Motivation, extrinsic and intrinsic motivation, reinforcement, success and failure, rewards and punishment, praise and criticism, knowledge of results, feedback.

    Unit 5 Personality:

    Meaning of personality, personality traits of sportsmen, effect of sports participation on personality.

    1 Psychology In Sports methods and application Richard 2 hMk ekulkkL= & MkW- i-e- vkysxkaodj 3 kkjhfjd fk{kk vkSj [ksy euksfoKku & ;ksxzjkt Fkkuh 4 Blair, Jones and Simpson. Education Psychology. McMillan Co., New York, 1962. 5 Cratty, B.J. Psychology and Physical activity. Eaglewood Cliffs. Prentice Hall, 1968.

    6 Crow and Crow, Educational Psychology. Eurasia Publishing House, N. Delhi. 1979.

    7 Kamlesh, M. L. Psychology in Physical education and Sport. Metropolitan Book Co., N. Delhi. 1998.

    8 Kote S.M., Scientific Coaching Manual For Martial Arts, Rana Graphica and Graphics and Publications, Hyderabad, 1997.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II PAPER VI

    Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Education

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Need and Importance:

    Meaning of terms-measurement and evaluation-need and importance of measurement and evaluation, principles of measurement and evaluation

    Unit 2 Modern concept of education - principal of evaluation, place of measurement

    & evaluation in physical education. Unit 3 Meaning and measurement of motor fitness components: A) Cardiovascular

    Endurance- Coopers 12m. Run/ walk test. B) Strenght - sit ups tests, pull ups test, leg lift, use of dynamo-meters. C) Flexibility - use of flexometer and Goniometer. D) Speed - 50m. run test. E. Power - Standing Broad Jump and Sargent Jump. F) Agility - 4 x 10m. Shuttle run.

    REFERENCE

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II PAPER VII

    Principals of Physical Education

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Meaning and definition of physical education, scope, aim & objectives of

    education & Phy. Edu. Physical training & sports. Unit 2 Philosophies of education & physical education- physical education as an art

    & science. Unit 3 Idealism, Naturalism, Realism, Pragmatism & their relationship to phy. Edu.

    & Sports. Unit 4 Base of physical education: Biological foundation growth & development, Heredity benefits of exercise,

    differences between boys & girls during adolescence. Unit 5 Psychological Foundation:

    1) Learning theories, type of learning, primary, learning course motivation, individual difference.

    Unit 6 Social Foundation:

    Physical education as a socializing Agency, Social motivation - leadership development - National Integration.

    REFERENCE

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    3 Wakharkar D.G. Maharashtratil Shikshananhe WatchalM.S.M.A. Aurangabad 4 kkfjfjd fk{k.kkpk bfrgkl o rRos & izk- ds-,u- xanes o izk- mRre /kqekG leFkZ

    iCyhdsku ukansM- 5 Kamlesh, M.L. Principles and History of Physical Education and Sports, Friends

    Publication

  • (Page 15 of 26)

    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II PAPER VIII

    Supervision and Management in Physical Education & Sports

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Supervision: Meaning, Scope, Needs and Importance, Methods of Supervision Unit 2 Management: Maintenance of various types of records, registers and preparation of reports.

    Public relation & Publicity, (Use of various media, demonstration, Clinics, Conferences).

    Unit 3 Managements of Tournaments: Meaning, Needs & Importance of Tournaments. Types & Tournaments. Management of Intramurals, Extramural, ICT., IUT. Unit 4 Lesson Plan: Structure of Lesson plan (Academic, physical Lesson Plan)

    REFERENCE

    1) Sachdeva M.S., A Modern Approach to School Organization and Administration, Prakash Brothers

    2) The Organization & Administration of Games and Sports - Sharam Sharrma 3) kkfjfjd fk{kk es laxBu ,oa izkklu & izk- nsosanz flag

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II PAPER IX

    Health Education and Yoga Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Health Education: Meanings & Importance of Health education

    School Health Programme Communicable disease & their causes. Health Problem.

    Unit 2 Environment Health: Air Pollution, Sound Pollution, Water Pollution,

    Effects of Pollution on Human Body Unit 3 Definition of Yoga

    Yoga Nature & Scope of Yoga Needs & Important of Yoga Effect of Yogasana on health of individual. Unit 4 Aasnas & Pranayam Yogic diet.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II

    PAPER X COACHING IN GAMES & SPORTS

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Concept of Coaching, (Meanings Need & importance. Qualities of Good

    Coach, Duties of Coach, Application of Psychology in Coaching, Principal of the Coaching, use of the teaching aids.

    Unit 2 Warm-up Cooling- down, conditioning and Fitness Programmes, Lead up

    games, Identification and Development Professionalism in Coaching, Measures stretching exercise, cooling down.

    Unit 3 Types of Training (Circuit, Interval, Fart-Leg-weight training) Load and

    Recovery, Short & long-term training. Unit 4 Professional in Coaching: - Management of Coaching, Planning of

    Maintenance, Marketing, Difference between teaching training & Coaching. Unit 5 Newtons Law of Motion, Lever, Force.

    REFERENCE:- 1 M.C.C., Cricket Coaching Book, Naddret Press, London - 1955.

    2 Football, Modern Soccer, Educational Production Ltd., London Association.

    3 Bunn. J.W., Basketball techniques and team play, prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs.

    4 Gian Singh, How to play Hockey, New Delhi- 1966.

    5 Brundle, Fred, Teach Yourself Badminton. The English University Press Ltd., London.

    6 Mery, Curtis Ray, Modern Volleyball, The Macmillan Co., New York.

    7 Kote S.M. Scientific Coaching Manual For Martial Arts, Rana Graphics and Publications, Hyderabad, 1997.

    8 Kote S.M. and Joshi M.S., Scientific Principles of Sports Training, Chhaya Publications, Aurangabad 2003

    9 Singh, H. Science of sports training. New Delhi. D, V. S. Publications, 1991.

    10 De Souza A. J. Track Geography and Field Sites. Chennai. DBAC Sports Envisions. 1999.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II PAPER XI

    EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY & SPORTS SOCIOLOGY

    Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Meaning, nature & scope in education psychology. Unit 2 Methods of educational psychology. (Introduction, observation, Experiment

    method) Unit 3 Meaning and definition of sports sociology:- 1) A special phenomena, sports

    & culture, Basic concept of culture free time and Physical Education of sports, impact of Physical Education & sports on social development. 2) Social Institutions.

    Unit 4 Social Institutions:- 1) Family, School/ College education, institution,

    community, & growth, of commercial sports Importance. Effect of commercialization on International sports events sports and social stratification, Mobility opportunities, sports participation and general career success.

    Unit 5 Women in sports:- The sportswomen in our society, participation patterns

    among women

    1 Mathur, S.S. Education Psychology. Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra, 1962. 2 Skinner, Charles. E., Education Psychology. Prentice Hall of India, N. Delhi, 1984. 3 Walia, J.S. Foundation of Educational Psychology, Paul Publishers, Jalandhar City. 1992.

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. SYLLABUS FOR B.P.Ed.

    BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.ED.) Semester II PAPER XII

    TEST IN GAMES &SPORTS Time: 02 Hours 4 Period Per Week 45 Period Half Year Marks 50

    Unit 1 Test Classification:- Classification of tests, standardized and teacher made tests, objective and

    subjective tests, knowledge and skill tests. Unit 2 Test Administration:- Suggestions for administering tests, testing personnel - Time of testing -

    Economy of testing - Test records - preparation of reports - construction of Tables - Graphs -purpose of reporting.

    Unit 3 Motor fitness and Physical fitness tests: AAHPER Youth Fitness test: Scott

    Motor Ability test - Barrows Motor ability, J.C.R. test- Indian Motor Fitness Test NPET (National Physical Education Test)

    Unit 4 Skill Test:- Badminton: Lock Hart- Mac person Badminton Test. Basketball: Johnson

    Basketball Ability test. Field Hockey: Dribbling and Goal shooting test by Harbans Singh. Foot Ball: Mc Donald Volleying Test. Tennis: Dyer Back Board Test. Volley Ball: Brady Volleyball test.

    REFERENCE:- 1. kkjhfjd fk{k.k ekiu o ewY;ekiu & izk- O;adVsk okaxok

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. The Final Marks Sheet For B.P.Ed. Practical Exam

    Part II B Semester I/II Physical Education Lesson

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. The Marks Sheet For B.P.Ed. Practical Examination

    Part II B Semester I/II Academic Education Lesson

    Name of the Internal Examiner: ----------------------------------------------- Name of the External Examiner: ----------------------------------

    Sr. No.

    Exam Seat No.

    Full Name of the Candidate

    Name of School Subject

    (05) Practice Teaching Lesson

    Final Lesson Plan

    Introduction

    Teachers Activity

    Students Response

    Use of Teaching Aids

    General Impression

    Total Remark

    5 8 4 5 5 5 8 40

  • (Page 22 of 26)

    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. The Marks Sheet For B.P.Ed. Practical Examination

    Part II B Semester I/II Physical Education Lesson / School Lesson

    Consolidated marks sheet for Physical Education Lesson, Sports coaching lesson and School subject lesson.

    Sr. No.

    Seat No. Name of the Candidate

    Subject School Subject Lesson

    Marks 40

    Physical Education

    Lesson Marks 40

    Mean Total

    80

    Signature of the Chairman: ----------------------------------------

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. The Marks Sheet For B.P.Ed. Practical Examination

    Part II B Semester I/II Physical Education Lesson / School Lesson

    Sr. No.

    Exam Name of the Candidate (A) External Examiner Marks out of (40)

    (B) Internal Examiner Marks Out of (40)

    Total of A & B (80)

    Mean

    1) Name of the External Examiner & Sign.: ___________________________________

    2) Signature Chairman of Practical Exam: ___________________________________

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. The Marks Sheet For B.P.Ed. Practical Exam (Oct./Nov.)

    Semester I

    3 Major Games Carry 50 Marks

    Each

    Track and fields 10 Marks Each

    Individual and other Physical Activities 10 Marks Each

    Sr.No.

    Exam Seat No. Full Name of the Candidate

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    SWAMI RAMANAND TEERTH MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, NANDED. The Marks Sheet For B.P.Ed. Practical Examination (M/A)

    Semester II

    3 Major Games Carry 50 Marks

    Each

    Track and fields 10 Marks Each

    Individual and other Physical Activities 10 Marks Each

    Sr.No.

    Exam Seat No. Full Name of the Candidate

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    PAPER II

    N.B. 1) Separate Heads of Passing:-

    a) Theory Papers Minimum Passing 20 Marks per Semester (Out of 50 Marks)

    2) Practical Examination:- Minimum Passing

    1) Academic Lesson - 25 Marks out of 50 Marks

    2) Physical Lesson - 25 Marks out of 50 Marks

    3) Major Games, Track & Field Events and other Physical Activities for all above Activities and Games having 50% Marks in Compulsory for the Passing

    4) Private Candidate and the Candidates of the Department of Correspondence Studies will not be Allowed to Take this Subject.

    5) Uniform is Compulsory for Practical Periods and

    Examination. 6) Physically Handicapped Student Not Allowed. 7) Conduct a visit to Sports Institute/Stadium/other Sport

    Activity 8) Practical Examination will be Taken Semester wise.