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FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.E.) (PART: II & III) EXAMINATION: 2013 ___________________________________________________________________________________ GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY AMRITSAR ___________________________________________________________________________________ Note: (i) Copy rights are reserved. Nobody is allowed to print it in any form. Defaulters will be prosecuted. (ii) Subject to change in the syllabi at any time. Please visit the University website time to time.
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FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

SYLLABUS

FOR

BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.E.)

(PART: II & III)

EXAMINATION: 2013

___________________________________________________________________________________

GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY AMRITSAR

___________________________________________________________________________________ Note: (i) Copy rights are reserved.

Nobody is allowed to print it in any form. Defaulters will be prosecuted. (ii) Subject to change in the syllabi at any time. Please visit the University website time to time. 

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OUTLINES OF TESTS The courses of instruction for the Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E) Part–II consists of the following parts:

Part–1: Theory 550 Marks Part–II: Practice of Teaching and Officiating 200 Marks Part–III: Skill And Prowess 250 Marks

Note:

1. Examination in Skill and Prowess shall be conducted jointly by an Internal and one External Examiner. All the activities to be conducted and examined clubbed into 4–5 groups and each group of activities be examined by the two examiners indicated above. Half of the activities will be examined in November and the remaining half alongwith the final examination. The Principal will form the groups of activities and intimate the same to the University. Scoring Tables for Athletics attached at the end of the syllabus be used.

2. If a candidate who fails to qualify or who misses the examination in any activity/activities

in the first term, it is obligatory for him to appear in the activities of the first term alongwtih the final examination.

PART–I (THEORY)

Note: Each theory paper will be of three hours duration.

PAPER–I KINESIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE

100 Marks (Theory: 75 Marks Practical: 25 Marks)

PAPER–II PSYCHOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION

100 Marks

PAPER–III METHODS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

100 Marks

PAPER–IV ENGLISH 75 Marks

PAPER–V YOGA 100 Marks (Theory: 75 Marks Practical: 25 Marks)

PAPER–VI PUNJABI OR PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE (From 1000 A.D. to 1849 A.D.) (in lieu of Punjabi)

75 Marks

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PART–II: (PRACTICE OF TEACHING AND OFFICIATING) Marks: 200

PART–A: (50 Marks)

1) 10 Supervised Lessons

2) 10 Officiating Assignments

3) Note Book

Evaluation in lessons, Officiating Assignment and Note Book shall be made by a Board of three

examiners appointed by the Principal.

Note: The Principal will certify on the candidate’s Note–book that all the requirements

pertaining to the teaching practice have been fulfilled by the candidate.

PART–B: (150 Marks)

1) General Lesson:

(i) Movement Lesson 50 Marks

(ii) Formal Lesson 50 Marks

2) Theory Lesson:

(i) Class Room Lesson 50 Marks

Note: Three lessons of 50 marks each will be delivered by each candidate at the time of final

examination and will be evaluated by one External and one Internal Examiner.

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PART–III (SKILL AND PROWESS) 250 Marks

1) Skill in Game: (100 Marks)

(i) Basketball

(ii) Football/Badminton M/W

(iii) Judo

(iv) Yoga

(v) Weight Lifting/Training

(vi) Cricket/Throw Ball/Badminton

Note: Students will be examined in four games of their choice. 15 Marks for performance; and

10 Marks for skill in each game.

2) Track and Field: (100 Marks)

(i) Competitive Walk

(ii) Hurdle

(iii) Long Jump

(iv) Triple Jump

(v) Javelin Throw

(vi) Discus Throw

(vii) Pole Vault

Note: Students will be examined in four events of their choice. 15 Marks for performance; and

10 Marks for style in each event.

3) Gymnastics: Horizontal bar/Balance Beam Parallel Bar/Uneven Bar 30 Marks

4) Formal Activities: Minor Games and Relays 20 Marks

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PAPER–I: KINESIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE (Duration of the paper: 3 Hours) Maximum Marks: 100

Theory: 75 Marks Practical: 25 Marks

Instructions for the paper–setters: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C, and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 9 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 27 marks in all. Instructions for the candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D, and the entire section E. Section–A:

(i). Definition of Kinesiology, its need and scope in Physical Education, and its origin and development.

(ii). (a) Axes and Planes of movements, line of pull

(b) Types of muscular contraction – isometric and isotonic and Excentric (c) Muscle’s angle of pull, two joint muscles (d) Strength of muscular contraction in terms of motor units, All or none law,

Reciprocal innervation and inhibition group action of muscles and muscular coordination.

(e) Terminology of motion of the following muscles: (i). Shoulder and shoulder girdle

(ii). Elbow and Wrist joint (iii). Hip, knee and Ankle joint and Methods to understand.

Section–B:

(i). Structural Classification of the muscles (ii). Origin insertion and action of the following muscles:

Sterno Mastoid, Trapezies, Serratus, Another Deltocel, Biceps, Pectoralis, Major latissimus–dorsi, Triceps, glutens, Quardriceps, Hamstrings gastrocnemus.

Section–C: (i). Meaning, scope and importance of physiology of exercise – its scope in Physical

Education. (ii). Effects of training on muscular system

(iii). Role of Energy cycle in Physical Activities.

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Section–D:

(i). General effects of systematic Exercise on cardiac respiratory system. (ii). Physical Fitness, sources of fitness, common test of fitness.

References:

1. Rasch & Burke Kinesiology and Applied Anatomy, 1973.

2. Cooper and Glassow Kinesiology, 1963.

3. Jenson and Schultz Applied Kinesiology

4. Miller & Morehouse Physiology of Exercise,1976.

5. Astrand and Rodahl Test Book of Work Physiology, 1970.

6. Karpovich Activity, 1971.

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PRACTICAL: 25 Marks (20 Marks+5 Note book)

1. Examination of body joints – degree of movement, type of movement, abnormal

movement, deformities.

2. Examination of urine, physical, chemical, microscopic

3. Marking of bones for insertion and origin of skeletal muscle

4. Various efficiencies tests: vital capacity, breath holding test, Expiratory force test and

persistence test.

5. Various Cardiac Efficiency Tests: (i) Heart at Rest (ii) Blood pressure at rest and during

exercise.

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PAPER–II: PSYCHOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION O PHYSICAL EDUCATION

(Duration of the paper: 3 hours) (Maximum Marks: 100) Instructions for the paper–setters: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C, and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D, and the entire section E. Section–A:

1. Meaning of psychology and educational psychology; Psychology as Science and its usefulness to teaching in Physical Education.

2. Emotion – Meaning and their psychological change and sublimations; Instincts – definition, characteristics and their training.

3. Motivation: definition and kinds of motivation. Section–B:

1. Relationship between body and mind. 2. Learning – Meaning and nature of learning, laws of learning and learning curve,

transfer of training, kinds of transfer in various sports situation. 3. Growth and development at different stages with special reference to adolescence.

Section–C:

1. Heredity and environment and their influence on child’s development. 2. Mental health, factors affecting mental health and characteristics of mentally healthy

individual. 3. Play and its theories – playway in education and physical education.

Section–D:

1. Group formation, leadership and its qualities. 2. Meaning of guidance and its importance in the field of Physical Education 3. Personality: definition, characteristics, factors responsible for development of

personality.

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References:

1. Bhatia, H.R. Elementary Educational Psychology, 1965

2. Gill, S.K. Education Psychology, 1971–72

3. Sharma, T.R. Manovigyan

4. Sandhu I.K. & Amrit Kaur Education Psychology, Punjabi University, Patiala

5. Crow, Lester D. & Alice Crow An Introduction to Guidance

6. Taneja V.R. Introduction to Guidance

7. A.S. Dhaliwal Education Psychology

8. Kakkar, S.B. Education Psychology

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PAPER–III: METHODS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

(Duration of the paper: 3 Hours) (Maximum Marks: 100) Instructions for the paper–setters: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C, and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D, and the entire section E. Section–A:

1. Meaning, scope and importance of methods of Physical Education. 2. Factors for determining methods of teaching. 3. Types of Commanding:

a) For beginners – children b) For advanced groups c) For large groups d) For complicated exercises e) Commands, order and directions f) Techniques of commanding and leading

(i). Countings (ii). Continuous counting

(iii). Counting the beat (iv). Rhythmic counting (v). Counting aloud

(vi). Use of whistle (vii). Use of precession instrument and music

Section–B:

1. Presentation techniques: i. Personal preparation

ii. Technical preparation iii. Steps of preparation iv. Commands and their techniques v. Situation which require different words of command

vi. Types of formations vii. Principles of Class Management.

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2. Lesson Planning:

Types of Lessons and their values i. Objectives of different lessons, plans and parts of the lessons. Introductory

and developments. ii. Skill Practice/Group work

iii. Class activity/Recreation Part (Reassembly, Revision and dismissal) Section–C:

Teaching of Games: a) Whole part, whole method of teaching skills and games b) Command method c) Discussion method d) Project method e) Demonstration method f) Imitation method g) Reciprocal method h) Small group method i) Problem solving method j) Teaching of fundamental skills k) Teaching and directing beginners l) Use and improvisation of Apparatus m) Planning and marking the pitches as per games in syllabus n) Safety precautions o) Teaching of minor games and their classifications according to the age and

sex. Section–D:

(i) Lesson Plans: a. Movement Lesson b. General Lesson Plan c. Specific Lesson plan d. Theory lesson

(ii) Tournaments: a. Organization and conduct of tournaments and athletic meet. b. Tournament types – Elimination, league, combination and challenge

tournaments. (iii) Use of Audio–Visual Aid

(iv) Evaluation – Need, importance and techniques (v) Class Management for pupils for different groups (vi) Use of audio–visual aids in teaching. (vii) Improvisation–Evaluations – Need, importance and techniques.

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References: 1. J.P.Thomas Organization and Administration of Physical Education.

2. P.M.Joseph Organization of Physical Education.

3. Voltmeer & Eolinger Organization and Administration of Physical Education

Programme.

4. Williams J. & Others The Administration of Health and Physical Education.

5. Tirunarayan & Hariharan Methods in Physical Education, 1975.

6. Singh, D.B. Sharirik Sikhya Diyan Vidhiyan (Punjabi), 1977.

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PAPER–IV: ENGLISH

(Duration of the paper: 3 Hours) (Maximum Marks: 75) Section–A:

1. Text Book “Patterns of English Prose” 1976, Edited by Sh. Harsharan Singh (only First Seven topics). The candidates will be required to attempt any two questions out of four. (30 Marks)

The questions should be regarding the narration, incidents, summary of the topics, and character sketch of the main characters in the given topics. No critical question should be asked.

Section–B:

2. Essay: Six topics to be given; three topics should be related to sports and Physical Education. Only one is to be attempted. (15 Marks)

Section–C:

3. Comprehension of passage (from the prescribed text) (10 Marks) Section–D:

4. (i) Translation from English to Punjabi/Hindi. (10 Marks) (Note: An alternative question in lieu of translation piece may be asked from the foreign

scholars.) (ii) Idioms/Phrases out of the prescribed topics of text book. Ten idioms/phrases should

be asked. Candidates are to attempt five out of ten. Each carries two marks. Other difficult words or expressions should not be asked. (10 Marks)

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PAPER–V: YOGA (Duration of the paper: 3 Hours) Maximum Marks: 100

Theory: 75 Marks Practical: 25 Marks

Instructions for the paper–setters: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C, and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 9 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 27 marks in all. Instruction for the candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D, and the entire section E. Section–A:

1. (a) Meaning, Philosophy, aims and objectives of Yoga. (b) Types of Yoga – Raja Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga and Laya

Yoga and their approaches leading to their goal.

2. Meaning and Philosophy of Asthanga Yoga: Its eight steps – Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahar, Dharma Dhyana, Samadhi, Role and mode of practice of each step in the attainment of goal, their psycho–physiological effects of human organizer.

Section–B:

1. (a) Hatha Yoga – Meaning, philosophy and its constituents. (b) Shudhi Kriyas (Purifying Processes), their role and importance in the scheme

of Hatha Yogas) 2. Techniques and therapeutic and general benefits of the following:

i. Neti–Jal and Sutra ii. Dhauti–Dand and Vastra

iii. Kalpalbhati iv. Nauli

Section–C:

3. Asana – their major classification: (i)Meditative (ii) Relaxative and (iii) Cultural Psycho–physiological effects of each category of asanas in general – techniques and benefits of the following Asanas: Bhujanga, Shalabha, Dhanush, Hal. Matsya, Ushtra, Paschimottan,Vakra. Ardhmatsyendra, Chakra, Standing, baka, Mayur, Padma, Sidha, Makar Shava, Vajra and Supta Vajra.

4. (a) Bandhas and Mudra – Meaning and difference between the two techniques and benefits of the following:

(i) Jalandhar (ii) Udiyana and (iii) Mool Bandhas, and (i) Sirsha (ii) Sarvanga (iii) Vipartia (iv) Yoga Mudras.

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Section–D:

5. (a) Pranayama – Meaning, techniques and benefits of the following pranayamas: (i) Suryabhedan (ii) Ujjai (iii) Bhastrika

(b) Educational Values of Yoga (c) Role of Yoga in Physical Education and Sports. (d) Relevance of Yoga in modern life. (e) Difference between Yoga and non–yogic systems of exercise.

References:

1. Swami Kuvalyanad Asanas, Kaivalyadhama Lonavala.

2. – do – Pranayama

3. – do – Yogic Therapy

4. Joshi, K.S. Yoga and Personality

5. Ma Yoga Shakti Science of Yoga

6. Swami Satya Parkash Patanjal Raj Yoga

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YOGA (PRACTICAL): 25 Marks

1. Asanas:

(a) Meditative – Padma, Sidha, Vajra

(b) Relaxtive – Shava and Makjar

(c) Cultural – Bhujanga, Shalabha, Dhanusha, Hal Masty, Ardha–Matsyendra,

Ushtra, Paschimottan, Vakra, Chakra, Bak, Mayur Vajra, Supta Vajra, Makar,

Shava, Padma and Sidha.

2. Mudras – Shrisha, Sarvanga, Viparitya and Yoga Mudra.

3. Bandhas – Jalandhar, Uddiyan, Mool.

4. Sudhi – Net–jal and Sutra, Nauli, Dhauti (Dand and Vastra) and Kapalbhati

5. Pranayama – Sureyabhedana, Ujjai and Bhastrika.

PAPER–VI: PUNJABI

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PAPER–VI: PUNJABI sm` : iqMn GMty ku@l EMk : 75

(B`g - pihl`) pihly B`g iv@c Cy ivSy id@qy j`xgy, ijnH~ ivcoN iksy ie@k ivSy auqy lyK ilKx` hovyg` | id@qy gey iviSE~ ivcoN do d` sbMD Kyf~ j~ srIrk is@iKE` n`l hox` c`hId` hY | ies lyK dy ku@l 15 nMbr hoxgy |

(B`g - dUj`)

do pRSn n`vl "ie@k imE`n do qlv`r~" iv@coN id@qy j`xgy | ie@k pRSn krn` hovyg` | ies n`vl d` audyS, p`qr icqrn E`id is@iKE`qmk pRSn p`ey j` skdy hn | ieh 20 nMbr~ d` hovyg` |

(B`g - qIj`) do pRSn 'b`b`xIE~ kh`xIE~' ivcoN id@qy j`xgy | ie@k pRSn krn` hovyg` | pRSn iv@c kh`xI d` s`r, audyS, p`qr-icqrn E`id is@iKE`qmk pRSn p`ey j`xgy | ies B`g dy 20 nMbr hoxgy |

(B`g - cOQ`) cOQ` B`g iek~gI sMgRih coxvyN pMj`bI iek~gI n`l sbMiDq hY | ies ivcoN ku@l do pRSn p`ey j`xgy Eqy ividE`rQIE~ ny ieh dovyN pRSn krny hoxgy, pRMqU ienH~ doh~ pRSn~ iv@c ividE`rQI dI cox ies pRk`r hovygI, pihly pRSn iv@c koeI do iek~gIE~ dy n~ dy ky aunH~ ivcoN iksy ie@k iek~gI n`l sbMiDq sv`l krn` hovyg` ijs iv@c iek~gI dy s`ihqk gux~ EOgux~ qoN ibn~ p`qr-icqrn 'qy vI pRSn pu@iCE` j` skd` hY | ies pRSn dy ku@l nMbr 15 hoxgy | dUjy pRSn iv@c iksy iek~gI iv@coN hI pRsMg sihq ivE`iKE` leI koeI iqMn toty id@qy j`xgyijnH~ iv@coN iksy ie@k d` auq@r dyx` hovyg` | ies dy ku@l 5 nMbr hoxgy | doh~ pRSn~ dy ku@l nMbr 20 hoxgy | Books Prescribed:

1. n`nk isMG : ie@k imE`n do qlv`r~ (n`vl)

2. sMp`dk dlIp kOr itv`x` : b`b`xIE~ kh`xIE~

3. sMp`dk f`. hrcrn isMG : coxvyN pMj`bI iek~gI

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PAPER–VI: PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE (From 1000 A.D. to 1849 A.D.)

(In lieu of Punjabi)

(Duration of the paper: 3 Hours) Maximum Marks: 75 Instructions for the paper–setters: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C, and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 9 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 27 marks in all. Instructions for the candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D, and the entire section E. Section–A:

1. The Punjab under the Great Mughals.

2. Salient features of the Bhakti Movement and Suffism in the Punjab. Section–B:

3. Guru Nanak Dev’s teaching and their impact on society.

4. Contribution of Guru Arjan Dev with special reference to compilation of Adi Granth and his martyrdom. Martyrdom of Guru Teg Bahadur.

Section–C:

5. Foundation of Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh, Banda Bahadur and his achievements.

6. Ranjit Singh’s rise to power,his civil and military administration and relations with the British.

Section–D: 7. Development of Punjabi Language and Literature – Classical writings and famous

legends of the Punjab.

8. Social life with special reference to position of women, fairs, festivals, folk music, dances and games in the Punjab.

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Reference Books:

1. Kirpal Singh (Ed.) History and Culture of the Punjab, Part–II, Patiala, 1990,

(3rd Edition)

2. Fauja Singh (Ed.) History of the Punjab, Vol. III, Patiala, 1972.

3. G.S. Chhabra The Advanced History of the Punjab, Vol. I.

4. J.S. Grewal The Sikhs of the Punjab. The New Cambridge History of

India, Hyderabad, 1990.

5. Khushwant Singh A History of the Sikhs, Vol. I, 1469–1839, Delhi, 1991.

6. G.C. Narang Transformation of Sikhism, New Delhi, 1960 (5th Edition)

7. B.S. Nijjar Punjab Under the Great Mughals, Bombay, 1961.

8. Sukhvinder Kaur Dhillon Religious History of Early Medieval Punjab, Delhi, 1991.

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Appendix – 1 (B.P.E –II)

Athletics Performance conversion Scoring Table (MEN)

Marks 100 Mtrs. in Seconds

200 Mtrs. in Seconds

800 Mtrs. in Minutes & Seconds

1500 Mtrs. in Minutes & Seconds

110 Mtrs. Hurdles

in Seconds

10.0 11.5 24.5 2.20 4.20 16.5

9.5 11.7 24.7 2.22 4.23 16.6

9.0 11.9 24.9 2.24 4.26 16.7

8.5 12.1 25.1 2.26 4.29 16.8

8.0 12.3 25.3 2.28 4.32 16.9

7.5 12.5 25.5 2.30 4.35 17.0

7.0 12.7 25.7 2.32 4.38 17.2

6.5 12.9 25.9 2.34 4.41 17.4

6.0 13.1 26.1 2.36 4.44 17.6

5.5 13.3 26.3 2.38 4.47 17.8

5.0 13.5 26.5 2.40 4.50 18.0

4.5 13.6 26.7 2.42 4.53 18.1

4.0 13.7 26.9 2.44 4.56 18.2

3.5 13.8 27.1 2.46 4.59 18.3

3.0 13.9 27.3 2.48 5.02 18.4

2.5 14.0 27.5 2.50 5.05 18.5

2.0 14.1 27.7 2.52 5.08 18.6

1.5 14.2 27.8 2.54 5.11 18.7

1.0 14.3 27.9 2.56 5.14 18.8

0.5 14.4 28.0 2.58 5.17 18.9

0 14.5 28.1 3.00 5.20 19.0

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Appendix – 1 (B.P.E –II)

Athletics Performance conversion Scoring Table (WOMEN)

Marks 100 Mtrs.

in Seconds 200 Mtrs. in Seconds

800 Mtrs. in Minutes &

Seconds

110 Mtrs. Hurdles

in Seconds

10.0 14.0 28.5 2.40 18.5

9.5 14.2 28.7 2.42 18.6

9.0 14.4 28.9 2.45 18.7

8.5 14.6 30.1 2.46 18.8

8.0 14.8 30.3 2.48 19.0

7.5 15.0 30.7 2.50 19.2

7.0 15.2 30.9 2.52 19.4

6.5 15.4 30.9 2.54 19.7

6.0 15.6 31.2 2.56 20.0

5.5 15.8 31.5 2.58 20.5

5.0 16.0 31.8 3.00 21.0

4.5 16.2 32.0 3.01 21.2

4.0 16.4 32.2 3.02 21.4

3.5 16.6 32.4 3.03 21.6

3.0 16.8 32.6 3.04 21.8

2.5 17.0 32.8 3.05 22.0

2.0 17.2 33.0 3.06 22.2

1.5 17.3 33.2 3.07 22.4

1.0 17.4 33.4 3.08 22.6

0.5 17.5 33.6 3.09 22.8

0 17.6 33.7 3.10 23.0

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Appendix – 1 (B.P.E –II)

Athletics Performance conversion Scoring Table (MEN)

Marks Shot–put

7 kg. 260 gms. in mtrs.

Hammer Throw in mtrs.

Discus 2 kg.

Throw in mtrs.

Javelin Throw 800

Gms in mtrs.

10.0 10.80 35.00 33.00 50.00

9.5 10.40 34.00 32.00 48.00

9.0 10.10 33.00 31.00 46.00

8.5 9.80 32.00 30.00 44.00

8.0 9.50 31.00 29.00 42.00

7.5 9.20 30.00 27.50 40.00

7.0 8.80 29.00 26.00 37.00

6.5 8.40 28.00 24.50 34.00

6.0 8.00 26.50 23.00 31.00

5.5 7.60 25.00 21.50 28.00

5.0 7.20 23.50 20.00 25.00

4.5 7.05 22.00 19.00 24.50

4.0 6.90 21.00 18.00 24.00

3.5 6.75 20.00 17.00 23.50

3.0 6.60 19.00 16.00 23.00

2.5 6.45 18.00 14.00 22.50

2.0 6.30 17.00 13.00 22.00

1.5 6.15 16.00 12.50 21.50

1.0 6.00 15.00 12.00 21.00

0.5 5.90 14.50 11.50 20.50

0 5.60 14.00 11.00 20.00

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Athletics Performance conversion Scoring Table (WOMEN)

Marks Shot–Put

(4 Kg.) in Mtrs.

Discus (1 Kg.) in Mtrs.

Javelin (600 gms.) in Mtrs.

Long Jump in Mtrs.

High Jump in Mtrs.

10.0 10.50 30.00 35.00 5.00 1.50

9.5 10.30 29.00 33.50 4.90 1.48

9.0 10.10 28.00 32.00 4.80 1.46

8.5 9.80 26.80 60.50 4.70 1.44

8.0 9.50 25.00 29.00 4.60 1.40

7.5 9.20 23.50 27.50 4.50 1.35

7.0 8.80 21.00 26.00 4.40 1.30

6.5 8.40 20.80 24.00 4.30 1.25

6.0 8.00 20.00 22.00 4.20 1.20

5.5 7.60 17.50 21.00 4.10 1.15

5.0 7.20 16.00 20.00 4.00 1.10

4.5 7.00 15.00 19.00 3.95 1.09

4.0 6.90 14.50 18.00 3.90 1.08

3.5 6.75 14.00 17.00 3.85 1.06

3.0 6.60 13.50 16.00 3.80 1.04

2.5 6.40 13.00 15.50 3.75 1.03

2.0 6.30 12.50 15.00 3.70 1.02

1.5 6.20 12.00 14.50 3.65 1.01

1.0 6.10 11.50 14.00 3.60 0.98

0.5 6.00 11.00 13.50 3.55 0.95

0 5.90 10.50 13.00 3.50 0.94

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Athletics Performance conversion Scoring Table (MEN)

Marks Long Jump

in Mtrs. Hop Steps

Jump in Mtrs.

High Jump in Mtrs.

Pole Vault in Mtrs.

10.0 6.30 13.60 1.60 3.40

9.5 6.25 13.40 1.58 3.37

9.0 6.20 13.20 1.56 3.34

8.5 6.15 13.00 1.54 3.30

8.0 6.10 12.80 1.52 3.25

7.5 6.00 12.60 1.50 3.20

7.0 5.85 12.40 1.48 3.15

6.5 5.70 12.20 1.44 3.10

6.0 5.55 12.00 1.40 3.05

5.5 5.40 11.80 1.35 3.00

5.0 5.25 11.60 1.30 2.90

4.5 5.20 11.50 1.28 2.85

4.0 5.15 11.40 1.26 2.80

3.5 5.10 11.30 1.24 2.75

3.0 5.05 11.20 1.22 2.70

2.5 5.00 11.10 1.20 2.65

2.0 4.95 11.00 1.18 2.60

1.5 4.90 10.90 1.16 2.55

1.0 4.85 10.80 1.15 2.50

0.5 4.80 10.70 1.14 2.45

0 4.75 10.60 1.13 2.40

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The courses of instructions for Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E) Part– III consists

of the following parts:

Part – I THEORY (External) 675 Marks

Part – II OFFICIATING & TEACHING

ABILITY IN GAMES &

ATHLETICS LESSONS (External) 300 Marks

Part– III SKILL AND PROWESS (Internal) 250 Marks

Note:

(i) Examination in Skill and Prowess and Practical’s shall be conducted by internal

examiner. All the activities to be conducted and examined be clubbed into 4–5 groups

and each groups of activities be examined by the Internal examiner. Half of the activities

will be examined in November and the remaining half along with the final examination.

The Principal will form the groups of activities and intimate the same to the university.

Scoring Tale Athletics attached at the end of the syllabus be used.

(ii) If a candidate who fails to qualify or who misses the examination in any activity /

activities in the first term, it is obligatory for him to appear in the activities of the first

term alongwith the final examination.

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PAPER – I: PRINCIPLES AND FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Time: 3 hours Maximum Marks: 100

Instrucitons for the Paper – Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Section A, B, C and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short – answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D and the entire section E.

SECTION – A

1. Principles of Physical Education: Introductory: (a) Definition of Physical Education and allied terms. (b) Misconceptions about Physical Education. (c) Scope of Physical Education in modern age. (d) Importance of Physical Education as a subject and a brief review of Physical

Education, in the country. (e) Relationship between Physical Education: Recreation, Health Education and General

Education. 2. Aims and objectives, philosophy of Physical Education & contribution of Physical

Education to the achievement of objective of general education. (a) Leadership in Physical Education, need and selection of leaders in Physical

Education, their training facilities in the country. (b) Qualification and qualities of leaders in Physical Education of various levels. (c) Utilization of student leadership.

Principles—their definition, need and sources of Physical Education.

SECTION–B Biological Foundations of Physical Education: (i) Principles of use, disuse and overuse. (ii) Effects of exercise. (iii) Exercise as an aid to achieve all round fitness. (iv) Fatigue, stress, healthful living, tensions. (v) Sex and age difference. (vi) Effects of heredity and environment. (vii) Somato type, king body types. (viii) Principles of load, creast load and overload. (ix) Chronological, physiological, anatomical and mental age.

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SECTION–C Psychological Principles: (i) Psycho–Physical unity of man. (ii) Laws of learning, motor learning and their application to situation in play field. (iii) Learning curve its use in the field of physical education. (iv) Transfer of training its role in teaching physical education. (v) Theories of play and, their implication in teaching physical education.

SECTION–D

Sociological Principles: (i) Physical education and sports as a need of the society. (ii) Sociological implications of physical education and sports. (iii) Physical activities and sports as a man’s cultural heritage. (iv) Physical education and sports as a social institution and their influence on society.

Reference Books: 1. Charles A. Bucher : Foundations of Physical Education.

2. Harold M. Barrow : Man and His Movement :

Principles of Physical Education.

3. J. F. Williams : Principles of Physical Education.

4. Cowel & France : Philosophy and Principles of

Physical Education.

5. Updyke & Johnson : Principles of Modern Physical

Education, Health and Recreation.

6. M L. Karniesh & : Principles and History of Physical

M.S. Sangral Education, 1977.

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PAPER – II: ORGANISATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 100 Instructions for the Paper–Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D and the entire section E.

SECTION—A

1. Introduction: (a) Meaning and Definition of Planning, Organisation, Administration and

Management and their nature and scope. (b) Importance of Management in Educational Institutions. (c) Principles of Management. (d) Theories of Management. (e) Scheme of organisation in school, college and university. (f) Scheme of organisations of Physical Education and sports at national, state and

district levels.

SECTION—B 2. Facilities and Equipment:

(a) Lay–out of Physical Education facilities—indoor and outdoor. (b) Need and Importance of equipment for physical educations. (c) Procedure in purchase of equipment. (d) Development of improvised equipment. (e) Care, maintenance and disposal of unserviceable equipment.

SECTION—C

3. Staff and Leadership: (a) Role of leadership in efficient management of Physical Education programme in an organisation. (b) Qualities of good teacher/leader of Physical education. (c) Importance of qualified teacher/leader of physical education. (d) Students leadership, its importance and limitations. (e) Staff Co–operations. (f) Selection and Training of students leader. (g) Recognition of staff and student leaders.

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4. Intramurals and Extramurals: (i) Intramurals:

(a) Its importance and planning. (b) Events of competitions, time and facility factor. (c) Point system, awards,, recognitions.

(ii) Extramurals: (a) Out comes of participations (Educational) (b) Limitations in participations. (c) Selection and training of teams. (d) Participation, finance and other aspects.

SECTION–D

5. Public Relations: (a) Definition and need. (b) Principle of public relations in physical education. (c) Techniques, and use of media. (d) Relations with parents, public and other bodies. (e) Demonstration, and displays on special occasions.

6. Office Management and Budget: (a) Maintenance of Records. (b) Office Correspondence, and reports. (c) Physical education budget and its preparation. (d) Income and expenditure (sources) (e) Petty Cash.

Reference Books: 1. Joseph, P.M., Organisation of Physical Education, The Old Students’ Association,

Tipe Kandivali (Bombay), 1963. 2. Voltmer, EE, et al., The Organisation and Administrations of Physical Education,

New Jersey, Prentice Hall Inc., 1979. 3. Bucher, C.A., Administration of Physical Education and Athletic Programme, London,

The C.V. Mosby Company 1983. 4. Zugler, E.F. and Bowle, G.W. Management Compentency, Developments in Sports and

Physical Education, Philadelphia, Lea and Febiger, 1983. 5. Maheshwari, B.L., Management by Objectives, New Delhi, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing

Company Ltd., 1982.

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PAPER – III: HEALTH EDUCATION Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100 Instructions for the Paper–Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from respective section of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D and the entire section E.

Introduction: SECTION–A

1. Meaning and scope of health education. Factors influencing health, (personal health/hygiene) and characteristics of a healthy individual.

2. Maintaining of Health: Health and fitness, dental health, vision and hearing, elimination of body wastes. postural fitness, fatigue, rest, sleep, relaxation and recreation.

SECTION–B

3. Health Programme: (i) Health Service : Physico–medical Examination

and their follow up, health inspection of pupils, Centres of communicable diseases.

(ii) Healthful : Buildings, and facilities, for Healthful living.

(iii) School Living : School day. (iv) Health instruction Organisation for health instruction

Methods of teaching health Education.

Community Health Services: (i) The Voluntary Agencies. (ii) The Professional Health Organisation. (iii) The Local Public Health Department. (iv) The State Department of Public Health. (v) The World Health Organisation.

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SECTION–C 4. Communicable Diseases:

Modes of transmission, methods of prevention control and sanitation of Common communicable diseases (Influenza, Malaria, Small Pox, Typhoid, Dysentary, Tuber–culosis, Cholera, Measles).

5. Nutrition and Health: Basic food essential—carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins minerals, salts and water principles of loss selection malnutrition, over weight underweight, difficiency diseases, balanced diet for athletics and sportsmen.

6. Cardio Vascular Health: Heart disease and prevention. Hypertension and arterise arosis, Hypotension. The Blood type and transfusion.

SECTION–D

7. Common Health Problems: Drugs and Narcotics, Alcohal, Smoking, Food infection

8. Common Health Disorders: Diabetes, Endocrine Allergies, Cancer.

9. Family and Sex Education: General instructions on sex, hygience, family planning first–aid, home nursing, athletic injuries and safety education.

Reference Books: 1. Irwin L. : The Curriculum in Health Physical Education, Iowa : UMC Brown Co.

Publisher, 1960. 2. Joans, Sutten and Ebster: Health for Affective Living, New York, McGraw Hill Book Co. 1958. 3. Turner, Seltary & Smito : School Health and Education,

C. V., Mosby & Smith Co., 1961. 4. Degort, L.J. : Nutrition and Physical W. B.

Saunders Co., 1969. 5. Aykrayd, W.R, : The Nutritive Value of Indian Foods

and the Planning Satisfactory Diet, New Delhi, Indian Council of Medical Research, 1962.

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PAPER–IV: RECREATION Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks 50 Instructions for the Paper–Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 7½ marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 20 marks. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the Sections A, B, C and D and the entire section E.

SECTION–A Definition need and scope of recreation, development of recreational activities in India since 1947, agencies which can provide recreation in India, objectives of recreation.

SECTION–B Recreation, leadership, why leadership is needed ? Types of leadership, qualifications and training. Facilities needed for community recreation, type of activities in recreation.

SECTION–C Camping: (i) Importance and Principles of Camp. (ii) Organisation of Camp. (iii) Staff needed for Camp. (iv) Facilities required for Camp. (v) Different types of Camp. (vi) Hobbies

SECTION–D Industrial recreation and recreation for handicaps. Audio Visual Aids Types of Audio–Visual Aids, and their use in the fields of physical education and recreation. Reference Books: 1. Bulter, George D. : Introduction to Community

Recreation, Mc Graw Hill Book Company, Inc. New York, 1967.

2. Domick, Hedley S. : Administration of Modern Camp, New York, Association Press.

3. Janny, Joh, H. : Introduction to Recreation Education, WBS Saundars Co., London, 1956.

4. Fitzaraid Gerald B. : Leadership to Recreation, R.S. Barnes and Company, New York.

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PAPER–V: REMEDIAL AND MASSAGE Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100

Theory: 70 Marks Practical: 30 Marks

Instructions for the Paper–Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C,D and E. Sections A,B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 10 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type question. which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry’ 30 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each the sections A, B, C and D and the entire section E.

SECTION–A 1. Definition of Remedial, Physiotherapy and corrective exercises. 2. PRELIMINARY:

(i) Posture—characteristics of correct in incorrect posture. (ii) The cause of incorrect posture. (iii) The necessity and principles of correct posture. (iv) Test of correct posture.

3. CLASSIFICATION OF POSTURE: (a) good (b) ‘Bantom’ type; and (c) the Fatigue Type

Postural defects and their causes: Kyphosis’ Lordosis, Scolisis, Bow legs, Knock knees, fiat foot.

SECTION–B 4. Removal of Postural Defects:

(a) Corrective exercise for various postural defects. (b) Psychological and habitual considerations preventing and corrective Postural

defects. (c) Physiotherapy Treatment in correcting pastural defects.

SECTION–C 5. MASSAGE:

1. Definition : Definition of a Massage. A brief history of massage and exercise. Relaxation and point to be considered in giving massage. The general effects of massage with practical instruction on mechanical points.

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6. Classification of Manipulation and Movements: a. Classification of the manipulations and movements used in massage and the

effects of each such type of manipulation of the different system of the human body.

b. A classification of movements; the effective use and partical introduction in : (a) the active movements; and (b) the passive movements

7. Techniques of Message: a. The technique of massage for the human back, chest, abdomen, head and face. b. The technique of massage for the human limbs and

back with the practical instruction; (i) The effleurage movement. (ii) The percussion movement. (iii) Kneading. (iv) friction, striking, clapping and beating movements.

SECTION–D 8. Classification of positions:

Classification of the fundamental positions, the derived and modified positions and its respective purposes.

9. Exercises with practical instructions in Free mobility exercises, Assisted exercises and Resisted exercises.

10. Exercises with practical instruction in exercises for : (a) The foot, and knee joints. (b) The finger, wrist, elbow, radius–ulna joints. (c) The trunk and shoulder joints.

Reference Books: 1. Mary V. Laoe : Massage and Medical Gymnastics, 1956. 2. Tidy : Massage an4a Remedial Gymnastics, 1976. 3. Joke Ernest : Scope of Exercises in Rehabilitations. 4. Joke Ernest : Philosophy of Exercises. 5. Horns Kans : Therapeutic Exercises.

PRACTICAL: 30 Marks (a) Massage Movement on the different Parts of body. 10 Marks (b) Rehabilitation Exercises 10 Marks

Note Book 10 Marks

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PAPER–VI: OFFICIATING AND COACHING Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100 Instructions for the Paper–Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B. C and D will have two questions from respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E will consist of 10 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D and the entire section E.

SECTION–A 1. (i) Principles of coaching.

(ii) Methods of teaching techniques in sports. (iii) Different training methods and conditioning method. (iv) Need of Psychology in coaching. (vi) Warming up and cooling down.

SECTION–B 2. Sports:

Principles of officiating and sports. Qualification and qualities of an official. Measures to improve standard of officiating.

SECTION–C 3. The below mentioned topics of Hockey, Football Cricket, Basketball. Volleyball,

Badminton. Kabaddi, Wrestling and Athletic 100 M. High Jump, Board Jump, Short–put and Discuss etc. (a) History. (b) plan of play fields. (c) Rules and duties of official. (d) Training schedules preparation of with macro and micro cycle. (e) Selection of players and athletes. (j) Score sheets and Awards of points.

SECTION–D 1. Periodization: Meaning of Single & Double periodization Principles and factors for

periodization. 2. Short term and long term planning and training. 3. Adaptation–Principle of adaptation. 4. Meaning of Training load and training effects.

Methods of conditioning viz. Weight Training, Circuit Training, Fortlek, Interval training, Cross Country Competition and Test Method.

Reference Books: 1. Klaff & Arnheinm : Modern Principles of Athletic Training. 2. J.W. Bunn : Scientific Principles of Coaching. 3. M.R. Bracer : Efficiency of Human Movement. 4. Singh Hardyal : Sports Training, New Delhi.

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PAPER–VII: ENGLISH Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 50

Outlines of Tests

1. Novel OR A Collection of Prose and Poetry 20 Marks NOTE: The candidate will be required to attempt two questions from the selected book.

2. Essay Six topics to be given. Three topic should be related to Sports/Physical Education. Only one is to be attempted. 12 Marks

3. Comprehension of passage (from prescribed text of An English Miscellany) 6 Marks 4. Translation from vernacular to English 6 Marks 5. Idioms/phrases out of the prescribed topics of An English Miscellany 6 Marks Instructions for the Paper–Setter: 1. The students shall be required to attempt six questions,

No critical question shall be set. Questions Nos. I, II, III, 1V and VI shall be of the following types (I) Question I & II (Textual). Far from the Mading Crowd: Candidates will be required to answer two questions. The question should be regarding the narration of incidents, and episode of a character of the Novel.

OR An English Miscellany. Candidates shall be asked to answer to questions (I) one from prose–section.

(2) and one from verse section. Question shall be set on the following

(a) Main ideas of prose chapter or/and a poem. (b) Short answer questions regarding comprehension of a prose chapter or/and a poem

as given in the exercises of the prescribed text. (ii) Question No. III (Essay)

Six topics should be given out of which three topics should be related to sport/physical Education. The candidate will be required to attempt one essay in about 400 words. *Foreign scholars are permitted to offer in lieu of translation piece an alternative question comprising paragraph of given passage of poetry or comprehension of prose passage

(iii) Question No. IV Comprehension of passage. The paragraph should be from the prescribed topics of: ‘An English Miscellany’. The paragraph should be from the prose section.

(iv) Question No. VI. Ten idioms/phrases should be asked from the prescribed prose text of: An English Miscellany, Candidates are to attempt five out of ten. Each carries two marks. Other difficult words of expressions should not be asked.

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Question No. 1: One question of easy type should be set on the prose portion with an alternative choice. In addition to this a question on comprehension of a prose chapter may also be set as an other alternative. 15 Marks

Question No. 2:

One question on main idea of a poem should be set with an alternative choice. In addition to this, a question on comprehension of a poem may also be set as another alternative. 15 Marks

Note: (i) The nature of questions should be strictly in accordance with the scope as defined in the

syllabus. (ii) Two separate questions each with internal alternatives shall be set from each of the

prescribed text books. Books Prescribed: 1. Thomas Hardy: Far From the Madding Crowd.

OR 2. Edited R.K. Tongue, Shiv Kumar, English Miscellany, Oxford University Press 1980. Note: The following works from the book Au English Miscellany are deleted; A. PROSE:

1. Growing Up 2. The Engagement 3. The Happy Man 4. A Dialogue and Civilization 5. Public Transport in London and Delhi

B. VERSE: 1. Mutability 2. The small 3. The Unknown citizen 4. The Pardon

5. Campus in Vacation 6. The Ball Poem

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AMgryzI pMjwbI SbdwvlI A Abductor ApvrqI Accessory muscle shwiek p`Ty Accurate Score SuD AMk Achievement pRwpqI Achievement Scale pRwpqI pYmwnw Activity ikRAw Adaptation AnukUln Adolescent ikSor jW AlHV Advantage rule lwB inXm Agility PurqI Amendment soD Anatomical age srIrk AwXU Antagonist Muscle ivrodI p`Ty Announcer AYlwn krn vwlw Anxiety icMqw Attackers h`lwkwr Average AOsq Artificial respiration bnwvtI swh Astride Jump l`qW KolH ky Cwl B Back line ipClI ryKw Balanced diet sMquilq ryKw Battery of test prIKx – mwlw Baulk line rok – ryKw Blocking rokxw Boundary lines sImw ryKwvW By laws aup – inXm Blood Vessels lhU nwlIAW

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C Calf– Muscle ipMjx p`Tw Capillary koSkw Caution swvDwn krnw Centre line m`DryKw Change of service srivs dw bdlxw Chaser ip`Cw krn vwlw Circumference Gyrw jW cOigrdw Co–curricular activities pwT sihvrqI srgrmIAW Competitive Sports pRqIXogqw – KyfW Conflict sMGrS, ivroD jW t`kr Connective tissue sMXojk itSU Constituents of food Kurwk dy AMS Crouch Position JukvIN siQqI Crucial inrxwiek Cultural activities siBAwcwrk srgrmIAW D Decathlon ds eIvYNtW vwlw Defect qrutI Defence rok/bcwau Defort muV AwieAw Deuce AMk brwbrI Deviation ivclx Diameter ivAws Disability AsmrQqw jW AXogqw Discretionary Power ivvykI AKiqAwr Disqualified Player AXog TihrwieAw iKfwrI Dope nSw Double foul dUhrw PwaUl Double touch dUhrI CUh Double match brwbr ijhw mukwblw Dribble roVHnw

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E Efficiency inpMunqw Effective pRBwvI Endurance sihxSkqI Energetic au~dmI jW ihMmqI Environment vwqwvrx Epidermis cmVI dI bwhrlI qih Equilibrium sMquln Evaluation mulAMkx Exhale swh bwhr k`Fxw Extra Period vwD smW F Fault aukweI Fair Play inAWkwrI Kyf Field goal KyqrI gol Fine technique au~qm qknIk Finish line AMiqm ryKw Flexibility lck Foot – Fault pYr – aukweI Formal Gymnastic vsmI ijmnwsitk G Gastric Juice pwck rs Goal area gol Kyqr Good citizen cMgw nwgirk Ground man grwaUNf dI dyKBwl krn vwlw Guilty of misconduct durwcwr dw doSI H Hat trick lgwqwr iqMn vwrI Held Ball pkVI hoeI gyNd High blood pressure AiDk lhU dbwE Hitting below the belt njwiez vwr krnw Hold pkVnw

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I Indirect Ais`Dw Individual Competition ivAkqIgq pRqIXogqw Inertia gqI hIxqw Infection lwg Inferiority Complex hIxqw Bwv Infringement aulMGxw Inhale swh AMdr iKcxw Insomnia aunINdrw – rog Instruction hdwieq Integrated porgramme eykwikRq pRogrwm Interference dKl Item – analysis md – ivSlySx J Judgment inrxw Jumping over a rope r`sI t`pxw K Kinesthetic gqIboDk Knockout CWtI L Law of use vrqoN inXm Law of disuse AvrqoN inXm Law of exercise AiBAws inXm Law of readiness qqprqw inXm Leaque system lIg pRxwlI Learning is`iKAw Learning Situation is`iKAw siQqI Learning curve is`iKAw pRwpqI krv Lobe pRypxI (kMn dI) Lunge A`gy Jukxw

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M Maladjustment ApsmwXojn Mass drill smihk firl Matched group AnurUp grup Maturity prpkqw Mental activity mwnisk ikRAw Mental health mwnisk svwsQ Motivation AMqr pRyrnw Motor ability gqIXogqw Multiple choice bhucox N Nerve centre nwVI kyNdr Normal behaviour swDwrx ivvhwr Nutrition AhwrpuStI O Obstruction rukwvt Organisation sMgTn Over head isr auproN P Partial p`KpwqI Parallel movement smwnAMqr gqIivDI Performance inSpqI p`Dr Physical ability srIrk Xogqw Physical capacity srIrk smrQw Puberty muitAwrpn jW cVHdI jvwnI Q Questionnaire pRSnwvlI Quality ivSySqw Quantity imkdwr R Rating Chart drjwbMdI cwrt Recreational activities mnorMjn ikRAwvW Regulation ivinXm bwl Running commentary A`KIN vyiKAw hwl Running Shield clMq SIlf Calf– Muscle ipMjx p`Tw

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S Sample nmUnw Schedule AnusUcI Stamina s`iqAw T Technical foul qknIkI aukweI Team work tIm kwrj U Uniformity iekswrqw V Valid jwiez W Winning Set jyqU sY~t Z Zone Kyqr

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PAER–VIII: PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE (1849 up–to–date) (in lieu of Punjabi)

Time: 3 Hours M. Marks: 75 Pass Marks: 35 %

Instructions for the Paper–Setter: The question paper will consist of five sections: A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from respective section of the syllabus and will carry 12 marks each. Section E will consist of 9 short–answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40 marks in all. Instructions for the Candidates: Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the sections A, B, C and D and the entire section B.

SECTION – A

1. The early British administration 2. British Policies towards agriculture, industry, trade and commerce. 3. Spread of Modern Education in the Punjab.

SECTION – B 4. Socio–Religious Reform Movements Arya Samaj, Singh Sabha and Ahmadiyas. 5. Growth and political consciousness in the Punjab. 6. Struggle against the British Raj with special reference to Ghadar movement, Jallianwala

Bagh tragedy, Gurdwara Reform Movement, Non–co–operation and Civil Disobedience movements.

SECTION – C

7. Towards Independence and Partition, 1940–1947. 8. Eminent Freedom Fighters of the Punjab—Lala Lajpa, Rai, Sohan Singh Bhakna, Kartar

Singh Sarabha, Udham Singh, Saifuddin Kitchlew, Kharak Singh and Bhagat Singh. 9. Great Writers of the Punjab Bhai Vir Singh, Mohammad Iqbal, Puran Singh. Ishwar

Chander Nanda, Dhani Rain Chatrik and Mohan Singh.

SECTION – D 10. Achievement of the Punjab since 1947–A brief survey of development of agriculture with

special reference to Green Revolution, irrigation, industry, transport and education. 11. Formation of Punjabi Suba.

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Suggested Readings: 1. Fauja Singh (Ed.) : History and Culture of Punjab, Part–Ill Patiala, 1987.

2. L.M. Joshi (Ed.) : History and Culture of Punjab, Part–I Patiala, 1989 (3rd edition).

3. L.M. Joshi and Fauja Singh (Ed.): History of Punjab, Vol. I, Patiala, 1977.

4. G.S. Clihabra: The Advanced History of the Punjab, Vol. IL

5. Khuswant Singh: A History of the Sikhs, Vol. II, 1939–1988, Delhi, 1991.

6. Fauja Singh: Eminent Freedom Fighters of Punjab, Patiala, 1972.

7. J. S. Grewal: The Sikhs of the Punjab, The New Cambridge History of India, Hyderabad,

1990.

8. Satya M. Rai: Heroic Tradition in the Punjab, 1947, Patiala, 1978.

9. Fauja Singh: Eminent Freedom Fighters of Punjab, Patiala, 1972.

10. Sodhi, T.S.: Bharti Sikhya, Patiala, Bawa Publishers, 1995.

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Athletics Performance Conversion Scoring Table

(Women)

Marks Shot Put Discus Javelin Long Jump High Jump (4 Kg.) (1 Kg.) (600 gms.) in Mtrs. in Mtrs. in Mtrs. in Mtrs. in Mtrs. in Mtrs. 6 10.50 30.00 35.00 5.00 1.50

5.5 10.00 29.00 33.00 4.90 1.48

5 9.70 27.00 31.00 4.80 1.46

4.5 9.40 25.00 29.00 4.70 1.44

4 9.00 23.00 27.00 4.60 1.40

3.5 8.60 21.00 25.00 4.40 1.35

3 8.20 19.00 23.00 4.20 1.30

2.5 7.80 17.00 21.00 4.00 1.25

2 7.40 15.00 19.00 3.90 1.20

1.5 6.80 13.00 17.00 3.80 1.15

1 6.40 12.00 15.00 3.30 1.10

0.5. 6.00 11.00 13.00 3.60 1.05

0 5.90 10.50 12.00 3.50 1.00

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Athletics Performance Conversion Scoring Table

(Men)

Marks Long jump Hop Steps & High Jump Pole Vault in Mtrs. Jump in Mtrs. in Mtrs. in Mtrs.

6 6.30 13.60 1.60 3.40

5.5 6.25 13.40 1.58 3.37

4 6.05 13.20 1.56 3.34

8.5 5.90 13.00 1.54 3.30

8 5.75 12.80 1.52 3.25

7.5 5.60 12.60 1.50 3.20

7 5.45 12.40 1.45 3.15

6.5 5.30 12.20 1.40 3.10

6 5.15 12.00 1.35 3.05

5.5 5.00 11.80 1.30 3.00

5 4.90 11.60 1.25 2.90

4.5 4.80. 11.50 1.20 2.85

4 4.70 11.40 1.15 2.80

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Athletics Performance Conversion Scoring Table

(Men)

Marks 100 Mtrs. 200 Mtrs. 800 Mtrs. 1500 Mtrs. 110 Mtrs. in Seconds in Seconds in Minutes in Minutes Hurdles & Seconds & Seconds in Seconds

6 11.5 24.5. 2.20 4.20 16.5

5.5 11.7 24.7 2.22 4.23 16.6

5 12.1 24.9 2.24 4.26 16.7

4.5 12.4 25.1 2.26 4.29 16.8

4 12.7 25.3 2.28 4.32 16.9

3.5 13.0 25.5 2.30 4.35 17.0

3 13.2 25.7 2.32 4.38 17.2

2.5 13.4 25.9 2.37 4.41 17.4

2 13.6 26.0 2.42 4.44 17.6

1.5 13.8 26.5 2.47 4.47 17.8

1 14.0 27.0 2.52 4.50 18.0

0.5. 14.2 27.5 2.57 4.53 18.1

0 14.5 28.0 3.00 4.56 18.2

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Athletics Performance Conversion Scoring Table

(Women)

Marks 100 Mtrs. 200 Mtrs. 800 Mtrs. 100 Mtrs. in Seconds in Seconds in Minutes in Minutes & Seconds & Seconds

6 14.0 28.5. 2.40 18.5

5.5 14.2 28.7 2.42 18.6

5 14.4 28.9 2.45 18.7

4.5 14.6 30.1 2.46 18.8

4 14.8 30.3 2.48 19.0

3.5 15.0 30.7 2.50 19.2

3 15.3 30.9 2.55 19.4

2.5 15.6 30.9 2.58 19.7

2 15.9 31.2 3.01 20.0

1.5 16.2 31.5 3.04 20.5

1 16.5 31.8 3.07 21.0

0.5. 16.8 32.0 3.10 21.2

0 17.1 32.2 3.15 21.4

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Athletics Performance Conversion Scoring Table

(Men)

Marks Shot put Hammer Throw Discus Javelin Throw 7 Kg. in Meters 2 Kg. 800 Grams 260 Gram Throw in in Meters in Meters Meters

6 10.80 35.00 33.00 50.00

5.5 10.20 34.00 31.00 47.00

5 9.60 33.00 29.00 44.00

4.5 9.00 32.00 27.00 41.00

4 8.50 31.00 25.00 39.00

3.5 8.00 30.00 23.00 36.00

3 7.50 29.00 21.00 33.00

2.5 7.00 28.00 19.00 30.00

2 6.60 26.50 17.00 27.00

1.5 6.20 25.00 15.00 26.00

1 5.80 23.50 13.00 23.00

0.5 5.40 22.00 11.00 20.50

0 5.00 21.00 18.00 17.00


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