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State Institute of Physical Education for Women

 
 
Courses - Bachelor of Physical Education(B.P.Ed) | Master of Physical Education(M.P.Ed)
 

Calcutta University
Outline of Syllabus
For
Bachelor of Physical Education

The courses of instruction are arranged under three heads as follows:
(a) Theoretical (b) Practical (c) Teaching Ability

GROUP-A : THEORY


PAPER

    1. Principles and History of Physical Education
    2. Psychology in Physical Education.
    3. Management of Physical Education and Teaching Methods.
    4. Measurement and Evaluation of Physical Education.
    5. Anatomy, Physiology & Exercise Physiology.
    6. Health Education and First Aid.
    7. Officiating & Coaching in Games and Sports.
    8. Compulsory Elective Paper(any one):-

    a. Recreation.
    b. Therapeutic values of physical Activity.
    c. Adapted Physical Education.
    d. Kinesiology.

GROUP – B : ACTIVITY SKILLS

GROUP I - A

  • Intramural Competition and Cultural Activities.
  • Officiating in Games and Sports.
  • National Ideals and Citizenship, Celebration of National Days/Festivals.
  • Outdoor Education.
  • Activity Work Book.
  • Physical Fitness (AAPHERD) test.

GROUP I - B

i) Rhythmics
a) Folk Dances of different Regions of the country
b) Bratachari
c) Music

GROUP II - B

  • Track & Field
  • Gymnastics
  • Weight Training
  • Yogasanas
  • Swimming/combatives

GROUP III - B   TEAM GAMES

COMPULSORY(MEN)

 COMPULSORY(WOMEN)
Football
Badminton
Volleyball
Volleyball
Cricket
Netball
Basket ball
Basket ball
Kho-kho
Kho-kho
Kabaddi
Kabaddi
Hockey
Hockey

Optional(Men) (any two)

Optional(Women) (any two)

Badminton
Football
Table Tennis
Table Tennis
Softball
Softball
Handball
Handball
Netball
cricket

GROUP - C : TEACHING ABILITY

Each candidate shall complete ten lessons in internal teaching and ten lessons in school, besides two lessons in class room teaching in a school. There shall be supervision at the practice of teaching. Final teaching shall consist of one lesson each in General Activity and Specific Activity. In order to pass, a candidate must pass in all the three Groups of Examination, viz., (A) Theoretical, (B) Practical and (c) Teaching Ability separately. The minimum pass marks in each group shall be 40% and the successful candidates those obtaining 60% in the aggregate shall be placed in the first, those obtained 50% or above but below 60% in the aggregate shall be placed in the second class and the rest shall be declared to have passed without class. The subjects and allotment of marks for the examination shall be as follows:

GROUP - A : THEORY (600 MARKS)

PAPERS AND SUBJECTS MARKS
PAPER

i)
Principles and History of Physical Education(Full paper of 3 Hours)
100
ii)
Psychology in physical Education (Half paper of 2 Hours)
50
iii)
Management of Physical Education and Teaching Methods(Full paper of 3 Hours)
100
iv)
Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education(Half paper of 2 Hours)
50
v)
Anatomy, physiology & Exercise Physiology(Full paper of 3 Hours)
50
vi)
Health Education and First Aid.(Half paper of 2 Hours)
vii)
Officiating & Coaching in Games and Sports.( Full paper of 3 Hours)
100
viii)
Compulsory Elective paper:(Half paper of 2 Hours)
50
Any one of the following:
a) Recreation
b) Therapeutic Values of Physical Activity.
c) Adapted Physical Education.
d) Kinesiology

The limit of the course in each subject shall be defined and books recommended from time to time on the recommendations of the board of studies.

GROUP –B: ACTIVITY SKILLS (600 MARKS)

  
Group Activities 
Total Marks 110
GROUP IA
i) Intramural Competition and Cultural Activities  
ii) Officiating in Games and Sports
20
iii) National Ideals and citizenship, celebration of National Days/ Festivals
20
iv) Outdoor Education
20
v) Activity Work Book
20
vi) Physical Fitness(AAHPERD)
10
GROUP IB
i) Rhythmics (any two)
(10x2)=20
a) Two Folk Dances of different Regions of the country
10
b) Bratachari
10
c) Band Music
10
ii) Formal Activities
(71/2x2) =15
a) Calisthenics
71/2
b) Marching
71/2
iii) Apparatus Drill, (any three)
(5x3)=15
a) Lezium Drill
5
b) Dumbel Drill
5
c) Wand Drill
5
d) Pole Drill / Bamboo Drill
5
e) Indian club Drill
5
GROUP II B
Individual sports & swimming / Combatives
170
i) Track & Field
60
ii) Gymnastics
40
iii) Weight Training
20
iv) Yogasanas
20
v) Swimming/Combatives
30
GROUP III B(a)
Compulsory Team Games
(30x7)=210
MEN
WOMEN
Football Badminton
Volleyball Volleyball
Cricket Netball
Basketball  Basketball
Kho-kho  Kho-kho
Kabaddi Kabaddi
Hockey Hockey
 
GROUP III B (b)
Optional Team Games (Any two)
(30x2)=60
 
MEN WOMEN
Badminton Football
Table Tennis Table Tennis
Softball Softball
Handball Handball
Netball Cricket
 

The external examination of Group B comprising of IB Rhythmics, Formal Activities and Apparatus Drill, Individual Sports and Swimming / Combatives; III B Team Games consisting of 490 marks will be conducted by an external examiner/examiners and a member / members of the teaching staff of the college. The external examiner /examiners shall be appointed by the University authorities. Marks on other activities of Group B comprising of 110 marks under IA – Intramural competition and  cultural activities, officiating in Games and Sports, National Ideals & citizenship, Celebration of National Day / Festivals, Outdoor Education, Activity Work Book & Physical Fitness shall be awarded to each candidate for proficiency in each activity and shall be recorded by the principal on the recommendation of the concerned Teacher/ Teachers-in-charge after a conference with him / them and/ or by holding test where necessary, marks obtained internally shall be forwarded to the university as soon as possible for tabulation work. Arrangement shall be made for giving opportunities to the trainees to witness and supervise games and sports and to conduct athletic meets, competitive games and sports, aquatics etc. Intermural and Extermural competition and for participation in cultural activities and outdoor education programme.

GROUP – C: TEACHING ABILITY (200 MARKS)

Subjects
Marks
I
Final teaching(2 lessons-General Activity & Specific Activity)
80
II
Internal Teaching(5 lessons in General Activity and 5 lessons in specific Activity)
50
III
School Teaching(5 lessons in General Activity and 5 lessons in Specific Activity)
50
IV
Classroom Teaching(2 lessons in school/schools)
20

Final Teaching Examination:

This external examination (Final Teaching Examination) shall consist of lessons of age groups as given below to be conducted by an external examiner / examiners and member/members of the teaching staff of the college. The external examiner/examiners shall be appointed by the University authorities.

Age Group:
11 plus to 16 plus            General Activity Lessons –  40 Marks

11 plus to 16 plus            Specific Activity Lessons –  40 Marks

Assessment of Internal Teaching:

Fifty marks will be awarded internally by day to day observations during mock teaching. Another fifty marks will be awarded by the principal after a conference with the member of the teaching staff after teaching practice in schools including preparation of lesson notes.
 
Assessment of class room Teaching:

Twenty marks will be awarded by the principal after a conference with the member of the teaching staff after class room teaching in schools. The marks of all the assessment made internally shall be forwarded to the university as soon as possible for tabulation works.