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SYLLABUS – SEMESTER 1

Sr No.

SUBJECT

HOURS

1

ANATOMICAL SCIENCE – I

84

2

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY – I

78

3

INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY

80

4

BASICS OF CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS

81

5

INTRODUCTION TO YOGA

120

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

ANATOMICAL SCIENCE – I

Didactic : 54 hours Practical/Laboratory: 30 hours

Total : 84 hours

Brief Course Description: The module deals with the aspect of general

anatomy where a bird‘s eye view as well as details of the framework & musculoskeletal system is covered. This module incorporates the basis of

genetics, histology, cytology & the basic tissues. The classification gives in depth knowledge of the constitution of human body.

Learning outcomes:

To know about the anatomical organization and related terminologies.

General aspects of bones, joints, muscles & Fascia and their modification Types of Cell division and their outcome including mendelian genetics

Structure of cell membrane, different modes of transport across the same and their implications

It is expected that students will develop a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of cell structure and functions.

Concept of Growth of body particularly muscles from intrauterine period to age related changes

Factors affecting overall growth and development during different stages of life and the abnormalities

Muscular growth in relation to hand grip, locomotion, Structure, Development and maintenance of skeletal stability of various bone in human body

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

Teaching Strategies:

Lecture PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

1) B.D. Chaurasia, Vol I & VOl II 2) A.K. Dutta Vol I

3) Snell – Clinical Anatomy 4) Keith Moore – Clinical Anatomy

5) Gilroy‘s Atlas (Thieme) 6) Kinisiology – Burmstrong

7) Histology 12th Edition Junquiera 8) I.B.singh – Histology

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CONTENT:

No.

Topic

Hour

Theory/Practical

1 Introduction to Anatomy 2 Theory

2 Terminology 2 Theory

3 Bones - 1 2 Theory

4 Bones - 2 2 Theory

5 Joints - 1 2 Theory

6 Joints - 2 2 Theory

7 Muscles - 1 2 Theory

8 Muscles - 2 2 Theory

9 Fascia, Ligaments, aponeurosis, retinacula, Raphe

& Bursae

2 Theory

10 Tutorial 2 Theory

11 History of Cytology 2 Theory

12 Cell I-Membrane & Organelles 2 Theory

13 Cell II-Nucleus & Cell Motility 2 Theory

14 Cell division – Cell cycle, Mitosis, Meiosis 2 Theory

15 Tutorial 2 Theory

16 Epithelial Tissue 2 Theory

17 Connective tissue 2 Theory

18 Bone 2 Theory

19 Cartilage 2 Theory

20 Muscular Tissue 2 Theory

21 Nervous Tissue 2 Theory

22 Mendelian Genetics 2 Theory

23 Histo techniques 2 Theory

24 Human Growth & Development 2 Theory

25 Anatomical Sciences 1: Functional Anatomy 2 Theory

26 Anatomical; Sciences 2: Bone 2 Theory

27 Tutorial 2 Theory

28 Bone (General) 3 Practical

29 Joints (General) 3 Practical

30 Muscles (General) 3 Practical

31 Histo-Techniques 3 Practical

32 Microscope & Cells 3 Practical

33 Epithelium 3 Practical

34 Connective Tissue, 3 Practical

35 Bone – histo 3 Practical

36 Muscle – histo 3 Practical

37 Nervous Tissue 3 Practical

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Spots: 20 Marks

2) Table Viva:

a) Soft Parts : 20 Marks

b) Hard Parts : 20 Marks

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY – I

Didactic : 50 hours Practical/Laboratory: 28 hours

Total : 78 hours

Brief Course Description: This deals with the basic principle in

relation to body organization and certain aspects of regular mechanism of internal environment of the body. Basic knowledge about muscular

activity and regulation

Learning outcomes:

Explain cell as a living unit; with differentiation of prokaryotic

and eukaryotic cells.

Define tissues and body compartments and their compositions. Describe cell membrane and various transport mechanisms

across it. Describe the role of ionic channels in the generation of RMP and

AP. Define homeostasis and explain mechanisms of regulation.

Classify muscle types and compare their properties. Describe the neuromuscular transmission & impact on muscle.

Explain types and mechanism of muscle contraction. Compare and contrast the energetics in different muscular

activities. Define muscle tone and explain its peripheral basis.

Identify and compare cells in different tonic & osmotic solutions. Analyse the graphical recordings of types of muscle contractions

Calculate volumes of body fluid compartments.

Assess the muscle tone by palpation in various statuses of muscle.

Record and calculate work done by ergography.

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

1) Textbook of Physiology by Guyton & Hall

2) Review of Physiology by Ganong 23rd edition

3) Physiology by Berne & levy

4) Understanding Physiology by R.L.Bijlani

5) Textbook of Medical Physiology by Khurana

6) Principles of Anatomy & Physiology by Tortora

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No. Topic Hour Theory/Practical

1 Introduction to Physiology 1 Theory

2 Overview of evolution 1 Theory

3 Cells as the living units of the body 1 Theory

4 Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells 1 Theory

5 Tissue/ Organ system (concept) 1 Theory

6 Body Compartments 1 Theory

7 Extra cellular fluid – ― Internal Environment‖ - Constituents 1 Theory

8 Measurement of fluid volumes in the Different Body Fluid

Compartments – Indicator-Dilution Principle

1 Theory

9 Basic Principles of Osmosis & Osmotic Pressure 1 Theory

10 Osmotic Equilibrium Intracellular and Extracellular fluids 1 Theory

11 Edema: Excess Fluid in the Tissues 1 Theory

12 Intracellular Edema 1 Theory

13 Extracellular Edema 1 Theory

14 Safety Factors that normally prevent edema 1 Theory

15 ― Homeostatic‖ feedback Mechanism Part I 1 Theory

16 Part II- removal of Metabolic end products; Regulation of Body

functions

1 Theory

17 Control system of the body; Examples of control mechanisms 1 Theory

18 Characteristics of Control system 1 Theory

19 Organization of the Cells; Physical structure of the Cell 1 Theory

20 Functional system of the Cell 1 Theory

21 Locomotion of Cells 1 Theory

22 Cell – Cell signaling 1 Theory

23 The lipid barrier of the cell Membrane, and cell membrane

transport

1 Theory

24 Diffusion – Diffusion the cell membrane 1 Theory

25 Diffusion Protein Channels, and ― Gating‖ of these Channels 1 Theory

26 Facilitated Diffusion 1 Theory

27 Factors that affect net rate diffusion 1 Theory

28 Osmosis across selectively permeable membranes – ― Net

diffusion‖ of water

1 Theory

29 ― Active Transport‖ of substances 1 Theory

30 Primary active transport 1 Theory

31 Secondary active transport – Co-transport and Counter

transport

1 Theory

32 Exocytosis/endocytosis 1 Theory

33 Active transport through Cellular sheets 1 Theory

34 Basic Physics of Membrane Potentials (Other properties of

cardiac Muscle)

1 Theory

35 Resting membrane potential of nerves 1 Theory

36 Peripheral neurons & Nerve action potential 1 Theory

37 Roles of other ion during the action potential 1 Theory

38 Propagation of the action potential 1 Theory

39 Re – establishing Sodium and Potassium ionic gradients 1 Theory

40 Plateau in some Action Potential (Other properties of cardiac

muscle)

1 Theory

41 Physiologic Anatomy of skeletal muscle; General mechanism of

Muscle Contraction

1 Theory

42 Molecular Mechanism of Muscle Contraction 1 Theory

43 Energetics of Muscle Contraction; characteristics of whole

muscle contraction

1 Theory

44 Transmission of impulse from nerve endings to skeletal muscle

fibers: Neuromuscular Junction

1 Theory

45 Excitation-Contraction Coupling 1 Theory

46 Contraction of smooth muscle 1 Theory

47 Nervous and hormonal control of smooth muscle contraction 1 Theory

48 Concept of muscle tone 1 Theory

49 Central control of skeletal muscle activity 1 Theory

50 Cardio – respiratory response to degree of muscle activity

(overview)

1 Theory

51 Study of Microscope – Description of the apparatus 2 Practical

52 Study of different types of Microscope used in laboratory –

Demonstration of microscope

2 Practical

53 Staining of the blood film, preparation of smear on glass slide &

visualization of the preparation

2 Practical

54 Tonicity & Osmolarity – hemolysis, definition, principle of

isotonic, Hypo & Hypertonic solution, Significance

2 Practical

55 Preparation of different concentration solution 2 Practical

56 Procedure, observations, reading & conclusion 2 Practical

57 Determination of specific gravity of blood – methods – Direct &

Indirect , apparatus, principle, Procedure

2 Practical

58 Writing journal, normal values, readings, interpretation of

results

2 Practical

59 Study of action potential & strength duration curve – Cell &

Electrical activity

2

60 Study of compound action potential, action potential in

purkinjes fibers

2 Practical

61 Study of instruments used in Experimental physiology 2 Practical

62 Study of simple muscle curve – recording, instruments used in

dissection of frog for nerve-Muscle preparation

2 Practical

63 Study of skeletal muscle fatigue – study of fatigue on steady &

moving drum, demonstration, observation, contraction

reminder & rigor mortis, cause of fatigue & clinical applications

of fatigue

2 Practical

64 Ergography – study of instrument, principle, recording of

continuous work done, calculation, observation, Interpretation

2 Practical

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 50 Marks

Practical – 50 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 40 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 10 Marks

Practical – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 10 Marks

Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 40 Marks

Q:1 A 08 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:1 B 08 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 4 out of 5 (Each two marks) – 08 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 2 out of 3 (Each four marks) – 8 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 1 out of 2 (each 8 marks) –8 marks

Practical Final Examination – 40 marks

1) Spots: 15 Marks

2) Practical performance: 15 Marks

3) Viva: 10 Marks

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BASICS OF CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS

Didactic: 81 hours

Total : 81 hours

Brief Course Description: This course introduces the basic physical

and chemical principles that underlie biological systems. Upon completing this course, students will be able to demonstrate

knowledge of selected chemical concepts, principles and theories, with some application to biological phenomena. Laboratory sessions will

develop competency in analytical laboratory skills and the application of chemical principles for solving problems.

Learning Outcomes:

- Demonstrate knowledge & understanding of selected chemical concepts, principles & theories, with some application to

chemical & biological phenomena

- Apply chemical principles to problem solving tasks

- Undertake other science courses with chemistry requirement.

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Teaching Strategies:

- Lecture

- PowerPoint Presentation

- Paper Presentation

- Classroom Activity

References:

1. Text book of Physical chemistry

G.M. Borrow, 6th Edition, Tata Mc Graw publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi.

2. Fundamentals of organic chemistry. Manson and Shelton,Mc Graw Hill Inc.

3. General Chemistry bbing and Gammon, 7th And 8th Editions.

4. Chemistry, The Central science ,

Brown, LeMay And Bursten, 9th and 10th edition 5. Chemistry

Blackman, Bottle, Schmid, Mocerino and Wille, John Wiley and

Sons Australia, Ltd

6. Manual for medical Biochemistry by Dr. Sucheta Dandekar.

7. Essentials of Biochemistry by Dr. U. Sattyanarayana.

8. Text Book of Biochemistry by Dr. Vasudevan.

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CONTENT:

No. Topic

Hour Theory/ Practical

1 Measurements

Introduction to measurements, Accuracy & precision.

S I units and scientific notation

4 Theory

2 Atoms and elements

Atoms, molecules, ions & isotopes. Atomic & molecular mass.

Electron energy levels & structures

4 Theory

3 Chemical reactions and quantities

Compounds & nomenclature, chemical equations and types of reactions.

Molar mass and stoichiometry

4 Theory

4 Solutions

Limiting reactant & percentage yield. Solute, solvents & solutions, solubility

& concentration of solution

4 Theory

5 Chemical bonding and molecular geometry

Colloids, suspensions & osmosis Chemical bonding, octet rule & Lewis

structures Molecular geometry & polarity

4 Theory

6 Energy and state of matter

Energy & units Energy & chemical reactions

4 Theory

7 Gases & Thermo Chemistry Forces between particles & change of

state. Properties of gases.

4 Theory

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8 Reaction rate and equilibrium

Gas laws and partial pressures. Reaction rate & collision theory.

Equilibrium, equilibrium constant ‗Kc‘, calculation of Kc and concentration.

Le Chatellier Principle.

6 Theory

9 Acids and bases Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry acids

and bases Strengths of acids and bases, ionization of water.

Buffer solutions & pH of a solution.

4 Theory

10 Nuclear chemistry Nuclear equations

4 Theory

11 Introduction of analytical

chemistry

4 Theory

12 Laws of Motion 5 Theory

13 Work and Energy

14 Theory

14 Waves , Light & Sound

4 Theory

15 Volumetric Techniques 4 Demonstration

16 Oxidation and Reduction. 4 Demonstration

17 Acid, Bases and titration 4 Demonstration

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 40 Marks

Q:1 A 08 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:1 B 08 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 4 out of 5 (Each two marks) – 08 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 2 out of 3 (Each four marks) – 8 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 1 out of 2 (each 8 marks) –8 marks

Total Marks Theory – 50 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 40 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 10 Marks

Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory)

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY

Didactic : 46 hours

Practical/Laboratory: 34 hours

Total : 80 hours

Brief Course Description: This module incorporates the basis of genetics,

histology, cytology & the basic tissues. The classification gives in depth knowledge of the constitution of human body.

Learning outcomes: At the end student will be able to

- Correlate role of micro organisms in exercise - Have a basic knowledge of infectious diseases specially in athletes

- Correlate importance of universal safety precautions and infectious diseases - Have knowledge of Vaccines for infectious diseases and other methods of

preventive aspects. - Evolution in relation to cell: from unicellular to multicellular existence. History

of microscope and other technologies of study. - Function of intracellular organelles in unicellular organism and comparison

between different cells in multicellular organism

- Types of Cell division and their outcome including mendelian genetics - Structure of cell membrane, different modes of transport across the same and

their implications - It is expected that students will develop a comprehensive knowledge and

understanding of cell structure and functions. Students would be able to solve simple problems arising from changes in genetic and biochemical processes at

cellular level. They will know the applications of molecular biological techniques

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Teaching Strategies:

- Lecture

- PowerPoint Presentation

- Paper Presentation

- Classroom Activity

Reference Books: -

1) Diagnostic Microbiology by Koneman

2) Microbiology by Prescott

3) Brock – Biology of Microorganisms by Michael T. Madigan , John M. Martink

4) Text book of Microbiology by C.P.Baveja – 3rd Edition

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CONTENT:

No. Topic

Hour Theory/

Practical

1 History & Introduction to basic microbiology 1 Theory

2 Light Microscopy 2 Theory

3 Morphology of Bacteria I 2 Theory

4 Morphology of Bacteria II 2 Theory

5 Basic culture media & methods I 2 Theory

6 Basic culture media & methods II 2 Theory

7 Basic microbial taxonomy 2 Theory

8 Sterilization techniques (Physical) 2 Theory

9 Sterilization techniques (Chemical) 2 Theory

10 Bacterial Genetics 1 Theory

11 Basic fundamental bacteriology (GPC &

GNC)

1 Theory

12 Gram positive rods & anaerobes 2 Theory

13 Gram negative rods 2 Theory

14 Mycobacteria 2 Theory

15 STDs (Spirochaetes) 2 Theory

16 Basic virology for exercise Science 1 Theory

17 Basic mycology in Exercise Science 1 Theory

18 Basic parasitology in exercise Science 1 Theory

19 Sterilization 2 Theory

20 Disinfection 2 Theory

21 Waste disposal & USP 2 Theory

22 Infection & Immunity 2 Theory

23 Organisms causing would infection

Aerobes/ Anaerobes

2 Theory

24 Antigen & Antibody 2 Theory

25 Antigen & Antibody reaction I 2 Theory

26 Antigen & Antibody reaction II 2 Theory

27 History & Introduction to basic

microbiology

2 Practical

28 Microscope 2 Practical

29 Basic fundamental bacteriology 2 Practical

30 Morphology of Bacteria I 2 Practical

31 Morphology of Bacteria II 2 Practical

32 Basic Simple Staining Techniques 2 Practical

33 Gram positive rods & anaerobes 2 Practical

34 Gram negative rods 2 Practical

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 40 Marks

Q:1 A 08 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:1 B 08 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 4 out of 5 (Each two marks) – 08 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 2 out of 3 (Each four marks) – 8 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 1 out of 2 (each 8 marks) –8 marks

Practical Final Examination – 40 marks

1) Spots: 10 Marks

2) Staining: 10 Marks

3) Stool: 10 Marks

4) Viva: 10 Markks

35 Antigen & Antibody reaction I 2 Practical

36 Antigen & Antibody reaction II 2 Practical

37 Basic Parasitology in exercise science 2 Practical

38 Basic mycology in exercise Science 2 Practical

39 Basic virology for exercise science 2 Practical

40 STDs (Spirochetes) 2 Practical

41 Mycobacteria 2 Practical

42 Sterilization methods I 2 Practical

43 Sterilization methods II 2 Practical

44 Disinfection 2 Practical

Total Marks Theory – 50 Marks

Practical – 50 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 40 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 10 Marks

Practical – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 10 Marks

Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

SYLLABUS – SEMESTER 2

Sr No.

SUBJECT

HOURS

1

ANATOMICAL SCIENCE – II

176

2

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY – II

154

3

BASIC BIOCHEMISTRY OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM

150

4

BIOPHYSICS OF EXERCISE

80

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ANATOMICAL SCIENCE – II

Didactic : 74 hours Practical/Laboratory: 102 hours

Total : 176 hours

Brief Course Description: This module emphasize on the

macroscopic features of the bones, joints, muscles, nerves,

plexuses, blood vessels, etc. of Head, Face, Neck, Trunk, Superior &

inferior extremity will be dealt with to give a detailed insight to the

learner.

Learning outcomes: During the course of this module the

students will learn the macroscopic features of soft & hard tissues

of head, face, neck, thorax, Superior & inferior extremities, so that

by the completion of this they are able to master & analyze the

various regional defects, deficits in structure & therefore correlate deterioration in function.

Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity Demonstration

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Reference Books:

1) B.D. Chaurasia, Vol I & VOl II

2) A.K. Dutta Vol I

3) Snell – Clinical Anatomy

4) Keith Moore – Clinical Anatomy

5) Gilroy‘s Atlas (Thieme)

6) Kinisiology – Burmstrong

7) Histology 12th Edition Junquiera

8) I.B.singh – Histology

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CONTENT:

No.

Topic

Hour

Theory/Practical

INFERIOR EXTREMITY

1 Introduction to Infex 1 Theory

2 Femoral Triangle 1 Theory

3 Adductor Compartment 1 Theory

4 Gluteal Region 1 Theory

5 Back of Thigh 1 Theory

6 Hip Joint 1 Theory

7 Tutorial 2 Theory

8 Lumbar Plexus 1 Theory

9 Sciatic Nerve 1 Theory

10 Femoral Nerve 1 Theory

11 Obturator Nerve 1 Theory

12 Knee Joint + Locking unlocking 1 Theory

13 Tutorial 2 Theory

14 Popliteal Fossa 1 Theory

15 Anterior Compartment of Leg 1 Theory

16 Posterior compartment of Leg 1 Theory

17 Ankle Joint 1 Theory

18 Subtalar Joint Inversion & Eversion 1 Theory

19 Arches of Foot 1 Theory

20 Weight Transmission 1 Theory

21 Phase of Walking 1 Theory

22 Tutorial 2 Theory

23 Hip Bone 1 3 Theory

24 Hip Bone 2 3 Theory

25 Femur 3 Theory

26 Tibia 3 Theory

27 Fibula 3 Theory

28 Articulated foot 3 Practical

29 Joint Specimens 3 Practical

30 Joint Specimens 3 Practical

31 Soft Parts - front of thigh 3 Practical

32 Medial Compartment 3 Practical

33 Gluteal Region 3 Practical

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34 Back of Thigh 3 Practical

35 Anterior compartment of leg 3 Practical

36 Posterior compartment of leg 3 Practical

37 Foot 3 Practical

No.

Topic

Hour

Theory/Practical

SUPERIOR EXTREMITY

1 Introduction to Spex 1 Theory

2 Axilla 1 Theory

3 Brachial Plexus 1 Theory

4 Back 1 Theory

5 Shoulder Joint + Pectoral girdle 1 Theory

6 Tutorial 2 Theory

7 Cubital Fossa 1 Theory

8 Elbow Joint 1 Theory

9 Radio Ulnar Joint 1 Theory

10 Supination Pronation 1 Theory

11 Axillary Nerve 1 Theory

12 Musculocutaneous Nerve 1 Theory

13 Radial 1 Theory

14 Ulnar Nerve 1 Theory

15 Median Nerve 1 Theory

16 Tutorial 2 Theory

17 Brachial Artery 1 Theory

18 Wrist Joint 1 Theory

19 1st Carpometacarpal Joint 1 Theory

20 Palm 1 1 Theory

21 Palm 2 1 Theory

22 Tutorial 2 Theory

23 Clavicle 3 Theory

24 Scapula 3 Theory

25 Humerus 3 Theory

26 Radius 3 Theory

27 Ulna 3 Theory

28 Articulated Hand 3 Practical

29 Joint Specimen 3 Practical

30 Shoulder 3 Practical

31 Axilla 3 Practical

32 Back 3 Practical

33 Arm 3 Practical

34 Forearm flexor compt 3 Practical

35 Forearm extensor compt 3 Practical

36 Palm 1 3 Practical

37 Palm 2 3 Practical

Topic

Hour

Theory/Practical

VERTEBRAL COLUMN

Vertebral Column 1 Theory

Vertebral Cervical 3 Practical

Thoracic Vertebra 3 Practical

Lumbar Vertebra 3 Practical

Sacrum 3 Practical

NERVOUS SYSTEM

Introduction to CNS & Meninges 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Spinal Cord 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Brainstem 1 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Brainstem 2 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Cerebrum – sulci + guri 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Functional areas 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Cerebellum 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Ventricular system & CSF circulation 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Blood supply of Brain 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Cranial Nerves 2 Lecture-cum-demo

Revision of LCD 2 Lecture-cum-demo

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Spots: 20 Marks

2) Table Viva:

a) Soft Parts : 20 Marks

b) Hard Parts : 20 Marks

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY – II

Didactic :106 hours

Practical/Laboratory: 48 hours Total : 154 hours

Brief Course Description: This deals with the basic principle in

relation to body organization and certain aspects of regular mechanism of internal environment of the body. Basic knowledge about muscular

activity and regulation

Learning outcomes:

1. Enumerate the constituents of blood and their functions. 2. Explain the immune mechanisms of the body in relation to

environment. 3. Define the regulatory systems of the organism.

4. Compare and contrast neuro-hormonal regulatory mechanisms. 5. Describe the interplay of various hormones in metabolism at rest

and activity.

6. Explain the functional integration of different parts of the nervous system.

7. Analyse the role of autonomic nervous system in the organ system 8. Evaluate the autonomic and somatic neural influence on the

peripheral muscular activities.

9. Explain the general and special sensory modalities from reception to perception.

10.Distinguish the male and female reproductive functions to understand the differential exercise endurance/ tolerance.

11. Correlate theoretical facts with practical performance.

12. Explain the functions of skin and appendages.

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

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Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

1. B.D. Chaurasia, Vol I & VOl II 2. A.K. Dutta Vol I

3. Snell – Clinical Anatomy

4. Keith Moore – Clinical Anatomy

5. Gilroy‘s Atlas (Thieme)

6. Kinisiology – Burmstrong 7. Histology 12th Edition Junquiera

8. I.B.singh – Histology

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CONTENT:

Sr. No.

Topics Hours Theory/ Practical

1 General introduction : Second semester lectures 1 Theory

2 Blood-Introduction 1 Theory

3 Composition and functions of Blood 1 Theory

4 Functions of Plasma Proteins 1 Theory

5 Red Blood Cells, Anemia, and Polycythemia 1 Theory

6 Haemoglobin 1 Theory

7 Blood Group System 1 Theory

8 Role of Leukocytes(WBCs) 1 Theory

9 Granulocytes 1 Theory

10 The Monocyte-Macrophage System 1 Theory

11 Inflammation 1 Theory

12 Immune mechanisms (overview) 1 Theory

13 Haemostasis 1 Theory

14 Blood Coagulation 1 Theory

15 Anticoagulants 1 Theory

16 Platelets or Thrombocytes 1 Theory

17 Hazards of Mismatched Blood Transfusion 1 Theory

18 Lymphoid organs 1 Theory

19 Lymph 1 Theory

20 Resistance of the Body to Infection-Immunity and

Allergy

1 Theory

21 Introduction to Endocrinology 1 Theory

22 Hypothalamus –as endocrine unit 1 Theory

23 Pituitary Hormones 1 Theory

24 Thyroid Hormones 1 Theory

25 Adrenocortical Hormones 1 Theory

26 Insulin 1 Theory

27 Glucagon 1 Theory

28 Diabetes Mellitus 1 Theory

29 Parathyroid Hormone / Calcitonin 1 Theory

30 Calcium and Phosphate Metabolism 1 Theory

31 Vitamin D, Bone, and Teeth 1 Theory

32 Reproductive System : General aspects 1 Theory

33 Reproductive and Hormonal Functions of the Male 1 Theory

34 Abnormal Sexual differentiation 1 Theory

35 Female Physiology Before Pregnancy 1 Theory

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36 Female Hormones 1 Theory

37 Pregnancy and Lactation 1 Theory

38 Contraception 1 Theory

39 Fetal and Neonatal Physiology 1 Theory

40 Integumentary System: Overview 1 Theory

41 Role of skin in body temperature regulation 1 Theory

42 Muscular System 1 Theory

43 Comparison of isometric versus isotonic contraction 1 Theory

44 Concept of Free load and after load, Starlings law 1 Theory

45 Nervous System: 1 Theory

46 Organization of the Nervous System 1 Theory

47 Basic Characteristics of Sympathetic and

Parasympathetic Function

1 Theory

48 Neuroglial Tissues - Myelination 1 Theory

49 Cerebral Blood Flow, Cerebrospinal Fluid, and Brain

Metabolism

1 Theory

50 General Principles and Sensory physiology 1 Theory

51 Basic Functions of Synapses, Transmitter Substances 1 Theory

52 Storage of Information—Memory 1 Theory

53 Synapse 1 Theory

54 Receptors 1 Theory

55 Synaptic Transmission 1 Theory

56 Sensory Receptors, Neuronal Circuits for Processing

Information

1 Theory

57 Somatic Sensations: General Organization, the Tactile

and Position Senses

1 Theory

58 Classification Of Somatic Senses 1 Theory

59 Transmission in the Dorsal Column—Medial Lemniscal

System

1 Theory

60 Somatic Sensations: Pain, Headache, and Thermal

Sensations

1 Theory

61 Types of Pain and Their Qualities 1 Theory

62 Pain Receptors and Their Stimulation 1 Theory

63 Pain Suppression (―Analgesia‖) System in the Brain

and Spinal Cord

1 Theory

64 Referred Pain 1 Theory

65 Visceral Pain 1 Theory

66 Hyperalgesia / Anesthesia 1 Theory

67 Herpes Zoster (Shingles) 1 Theory

68 Brown-Séquard Syndrome 1 Theory

69 Nervous System :Special Senses 1 Theory

70 The Eye: Introduction, optics of vision 1 Theory

71 Function of the Structural Elements of the Retina 1 Theory

72 Photochemistry of Vision 1 Theory

73 Color Vision 1 Theory

74 Neural Function of the Retina 1 Theory

75 Visual Pathways 1 Theory

76 Organization and Function of the Visual Cortex 1 Theory

77 Fields of Vision; Perimetry 1 Theory

78 Eye Movements and Their Control 1 Theory

79 Autonomic Control of Accommodation and Pupillary 1 Theory

80 Sense of Hearing 1 Theory

81 Tympanic Membrane and the Ossicularn System 1 Theory

82 Cochlea 1 Theory

83 Auditory Nervous Pathways 1 Theory

84 Hearing Abnormalities 1 Theory

85 The Chemical Senses—Taste and Smell 1 Theory

86 The Nervous System: Motor And Integrative

Neurophysiology

1 Theory

87 Motor Functions of the Spinal Cord; 1 Theory

88 Stretch Reflex and the Withdrawal Reflexes 1 Theory

89 Reflexes of Posture and Locomotion 1 Theory

90 Autonomic Reflexes in the Spinal Cord 1 Theory

91 Spinal Cord Transection and SpinalShock 1 Theory

92 Motor Cortex And Corticospinal 1 Theory

93 Extractrapyramidal tracts 1 Theory

94 Vestibular Sensations and Maintenance of Equilibrium 1 Theory

95 Cerebellum and Its Motor Functions 1 Theory

96 Basal Ganglia—Their Motor Functions 1 Theory

97 Muscle tone – central control 1 Theory

98 The Limbic System and the Hypothalamus 1 Theory

99 States of Brain Activity—Sleep, BrainWaves, Epilepsy,

Psychoses

1 Theory

100 Learning and Memory 1 Theory

101 Introduction to Haematology – Lab, orientation, Apparatus

equipment, Maintenance of Journal, Lab. Rules (each

session of 2 hrs).

2 Practical

102 Study of Microscope – Description and Drawing 2 Practical 103 Use of Microscope – Hematology – Use of objective lens –

low, high, oil. - (High resolution of image) Iris Diaphragm,

Condenser, source of light.

2 Practical

104 Study of Hemocytometer – 1. Neuberger‘s chamber, WBC

pipette, RBC pipettes, Dilution fluids.

2 Practical

105 RBC count – Preparation in Mounting, counting,

calculations, observation, Discussion of physio –

pathological variation, functions.

2 Practical

106 Study of Hemoglobinometer – Hb. Stand, Hb pipette etc.

Discussion on estimation by direct and indirect methods.

Principles adapted in these methods.

2 Practical

107 Estimation of Hemoglobin by Sahli‘s method – Preparation

with observation, Physio – pathological variation, anemia,

O2 carrying capacity.

2 Practical

108 WBC count – Preparation / performance, counting,

calculation, reading, Physio – pathological variation,

functions, conclusion.

2 Practical

109 Preparation of peripheral blood smear – Smear

preparation, staining, mounting, Observation of various

blood cells, Study of morphology of blood cells, Diagrams

of various blood cells in the Journal.

2 Practical

110 Differential W.B.C. count – Counting, observation,

calculation, Specific function of each blood cell (leukocyte),

Variations in Physio – pathological conditions.

2 Practical

111 Blood group determination –ABO & Rh systems, apparatus,

observation, reading.

Blood group – Study of, classification, antigenic property,

clinical importance (Significance), hazards of Mis – matched

blood transfusion, Cross – matching, knowledge of blood

bank.

Blood transfusion – criteria, collection, and anticoagulant

used, storage, Precaution.

2 Practical

112 Bleeding time & clotting time – Apparatus, procedure,

observation

Significances of bleeding time & clotting time – factors

affecting bleeding time & clotting time

Clinical importance of bleeding time & clotting time

Physiological & pathological variations, Mechanism of

coagulation, study of all coagulation factors,

Study of commonly used anticoagulants & their clinical use

And functioning.

2 Practical

113 ESR & PCV – Apparatus, reagents, procedure, Observation,

reading, anticoagulants.

2 Practical

114 Significances of ESR & PCV- Rouleux formation, factors

affecting, clinical significance,

2 Practical

115 Physiological & pathological variations, body hematocrit,

Effect on circulation.

2 Practical

116 Cranial nerves – olfactory (1), optic (2) 2 Practical 117 Examination of III, IV, V, VI cranial nerves 2 Practical 118 Examination of VII facial, VIII vestibulococlear, 2 Practical 119 Examination of IX Glossopharyngeal, X vagus, XI accessory,

XII hypoglossal.

2 Practical

120 Reflexes – superficial reflexes – plantar, abdominal,

cremasteric, corneal, pupillary.

2 Practical

121 Reflexes – Deep Reflexes – Biceps, triceps, knee jerk, ankle

jerk.

2 Practical

122 Examination of sensory system, 2 Practical 123 Examination of motor system 2 Practical 124 Endocrine photographs 2 Practical

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Spots: 20 Marks

2) Performance: 20 Marks

3) Viva: 20 Marks

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BASIC BIOCHEMISTRY OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM

Didactic : 130 hours Practical/Laboratory: 26 hours

Total : 156 hours

Brief Course Description: This module introduces various cellular components and

their role in fuel metabolism. It deals with various metabolic reactions, pathways & their

significance. At the end of this module student will be able to apply the knowledge of Basic Biochemistry in the field of Exercise Science as well as allied health sciences.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course students will be able to

Demonstrate knowledge & understanding of selected chemical concepts,

Principles & theories

Synthesize & understanding of how chemical principles apply to biological phenomena

Develop basic problem & laboratory skills relevant to scientific method

Completely interpret laboratory results, integrating the laws, concepts & Principles of Chemistry

This course covers the following topics: an overview of carbohydrate, lipid,

amino acid & protein chemistry & fundamentals of bioenergetics, catabolic & biosynthetic pathways.

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Teaching Strategies:

Lecture PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

References:

1) Text book of Physical chemistry

G.M. Borrow, 6th Edition, Tata Mc Graw publishing Co. Ltd. New Delhi.

2) Fundamentals of organic chemistry. Manson and Shelton,Mc Graw Hill Inc.

3) General Chemistry

Ebbing and Gammon, 7th And 8th Editions.

4) Chemistry, The Central science ,

Brown, LeMay And Bursten, 9th and 10th edition 5) Chemistry

Blackman, Bottle, Schmid, Mocerino and Wille, John Wiley and Sons Australia, Ltd

6) Manual for medical Biochemistry by Dr. Sucheta Dandekar.

7) Essentials of Biochemistry by Dr. U. Sattyanarayana.

8) Text Book of Biochemistry by Dr. Vasudevan.

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CONTENT:

No. Topic

Hour Theory/

Practical 1 Cells & sub cellular organelles 02 Theory

2 Chemistry of Carbohydrates 04 Theory 3 Chemistry of Lipids 04 Theory 4 Chemistry of Proteins 04 Theory 5 Chemistry of Nucleic acid 02 Theory 6 Chemistry of Hemoglobin 02 Theory 7 Enzymes 06 Theory 8 Vitamins 06 Theory 9 Biological Oxidation 04 Theory 10 Metabolism of Carbohydrates 06 Theory 11 Metabolism of Lipids 06 Theory 12 Metabolism of Proteins 06 Theory 13 Metabolism of Nucleic acids 06 Theory 14 Metabolism of Hemoglobin 04 Theory 15 Mineral Metabolism 06 Theory 16 Integration of Metabolism 04 Theory 17 Nutrition 02 Theory 18 Mechanism of Hormone action 02 Theory 19 Starvation 02 Theory 20 Water electrolytes 03 Theory 21 Acid Base Balance 03 Theory 22 Organ function test 06 Theory 23 Detoxification 02 Theory 24 Environmental Biochemistry 02 Theory 25 Substrate Switch During Exercise 04 Theory 26 Adaptation of Muscle according to Exercise 04 Theory 27 Fatigue and Influencing Factors 04 Theory 28 Performance Enhancers 04 Theory 29 Gene Profiling 04 Theory 30 Hematological Markers and Effect of Performance 02 Theory 31 Effect of Exercise on immune system 02 Theory 32 Biochemical Effect- Treatment of Chronic Diseases 02 Theory

Practical

1 Introduction laboratory 01 Practical

2 Pipetting 01 Practical 3 Volumetric techniques 02 Practical 4 Colorimetry 02 Practical 5 Spectrophotometry 02 Practical 6 Substrate switch 02 Practical

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7 Estimation of Free Fatty Acids 02 Practical 8 Estimation of Ketone bodies 02 Practical 9 Estimation of Triacyl glycerol 02 Practical 10 Estimation of Cholesterol 02 Practical 11 Determination of Iron 02 Practical 12 Determination of TIBC 02 Practical 13 Determination of UIBC 02 Practical 14 Transferrin Saturation 02 Practical

Tutorial

1 Chemistry of Carbohydrates and Lipids 01 Tutorial

2 Metabolism of Carbohydrates and Lipids 02 Tutorial 3 Substrate Switch 01 Tutorial 4 Transcriptional activity of enzymes 01 Tutorial 5 Hematological and Immune responses to Exercise 01 Tutorial

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Performance 1: 20 Marks

2) Performance 2: 20 Marks

3) Journal: 10 Marks

4) Viva: 10 Marks

BIOPHYSICS OF EXERCISE

Didactic : 100 hours Practical/Laboratory: 50 hours

Total : 150 hours

Brief Course Description: The aim of the BIOPHYSICS OF EXERCISE is to make the

students acquainted with the laws and principles of physics that are governing the various living process in biological and exercise sciences.

Learning Outcomes: The candidate after completion of his tenure will be able

to understand following things:

To be able to understand various physical quantities like volume, temperature, sound, etc.

Should be convenient in understanding the units of measurement. To be able to apply these physical quantities in various biological processes.

Should be able to apply the laws of thermodynamics in living organism. Should be able to understand circuits and various graphs and recording like

EEG, ECG, SIL etc. Should be able to calculate various physical quantities like work done, force,

strength, tension, load in living tissue. Should be able to understand the mechanics of movement of hman body.

Should be able to estimate the maximum limit of an exercising tissue. Should be able to estimate and calculate mathematically to increase

the efficiency of exercising subject

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CONTENT:

No. Topic

Hour Theory/ Practical

1 Introduction:

Introduction to Biophysics and quantitative biology, biophysics as

an interface between physics and biology

4 Theory

2 Units & Measurement:

Abbreviation or symbols used for units, constants, mathematical

constants, conversion and expression of units, membrane

potential, atmospheric temperature, humidity and pressure

8 Theory

3 Biophysical Principle:

Density, Viscosity, Surface tension, Donnan Membrane equilibrium,

thermodynamics, heat

4 Theory

4 Light & associated Phenomena: Interaction of light with biological

material, eye as an optical instrument, electromagnetic waves

8 Theory

5 Biomagnetiam and Magneto – biology: Definition, ferromagnetic

particles in the body, magnetic fields of skin & muscle,

neuromagnetic fields

6 Theory

6 Biophysics of sense of balance and rotation – Vestibular apparatus

as mechanical sensors, otolith organs as linear accelerometer,

influence of gravity & G – force, acceleration and deceleration

10 Theory

7 Biomechanics: Introduction, Kinematics, Muscular system, and

body mechanics

10 Theory

8 Biophysics of Locomotion: Biophysics of locomotion on land, water

and air

6 Theory

9 Influence of barometric pressure: High altitude & Sea diving 6 Theory 10 Neurobiophysics: RMP-AP Nerve excitation, its conduction and

synaptic transmission, biophysics of sensory mechanisms,

mechanoreception, photoreception and electroreception.

10 Theory

11 Electricity & Electronics: AC DC circuits, theories of electricity,

conductivity, conducting system of heart, muscles etc. 4 Theory

12 Factors affecting power and speed: - Work, energy, power,

Principles of machines, friction, simple machines lever, strength,

length-tension relationship, force-velocity relationship

10 Theory

13 Cybernetics: - Information theory and communication theory,

cybernetics of orientation behavior, system theory of perception

processes, biological oscillations.

4 Theory

14 Biostatistics: - Mean Median, Mode, SD, t-test, chi2 test, and

analysis of variance test.

10 Theory

Practical

1 To record and to determine Strength Duration Curve

4 Practical

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Performance 1: 15 Marks

2) Performance 2: 15 Marks

3) Biostatistics: 15 Marks

4) Viva: 15 Marks

2 Oscillatory movements Pendulum motion

4 Practical

3 Determination of Cardiac efficiency test

4 Practical

4 To determine Range of Motion of joints:- Goiniometry

8 Practical

5 Electronic Circuits AC and DC circuits

4 Practical

6 EMG:- Electromyogram

4 Practical

7 EEG:- Electroencephalogram

4 Practical

8 To determine the Viscosity of different solutions

4 Practical

9 To determine the Specific Gravity of biological fluids

4 Practical

10 To determine the Center of Gravity of various shapes

6 Practical

11 To find out the refrective index of various glass prisms

4 Practical

SYLLABUS – SEMESTER 3

Sr No.

SUBJECT

HOURS

1

ANATOMICAL SCIENCE – III

176

2

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY – III

154

3

FOUNDATION OF EXERCISE SCIENCE

150

4

FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION

80

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ANATOMICAL SCIENCE - III

Didactic : 64 hours Practical/Laboratory: 112 hours

Total : 176 hours

Brief Course Description: This module requires the prior

knowledge about the ―cells, tissues & regulation‖ of first semester

and runs parallel with anatomy of systems. This emphasizes the

basic knowledge about the musculoskeletal framework of human

body along with hormonal and reproductive systems. Moreover, this

provides combined knowledge and analytical skills of both theory

and practical

Learning outcomes: To be able to describe and express application

about the following:

Normal blood picture in relation to different components and mechanism of various blood disorder

Types of skeletal and muscular organization and their

coordination in support, equilibrium and locomotion

Neurohumoral organization and their complementary role in regulation of Tissue – organ – system

Basic knowledge about the anatomical aspect of male & female

reproductive systems

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Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

1. B.D. Chaurasia, Vol I & VOl II

2. A.K. Dutta Vol I

3. Snell – Clinical Anatomy

4. Keith Moore – Clinical Anatomy

5. Gilroy‘s Atlas (Thieme)

6. Kinisiology – Burmstrong

7. Histology 12th Edition Junquiera

8. I.B.singh – Histology

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No.

Topic

Hour

Theory/Practical

1 Cardiovascular System 1 Theory

2 Arterial System 1 Theory

3 Venous System 1 Theory

4 Lymphatic system 1 Theory

5 Heart 1 1 Theory

6 Heart 2 1 Theory

7 Tutorial 2 Theory

8 Oesophagus 1 Theory

9 Stomach 1 Theory

10 Dueodenum 1 Theory

11 Small Intestine 1 Theory

12 Large Intestine 1 Theory

13 Caecum & Appendix 1 Theory

14 Rectum & anal canal 1 Theory

15 Liver 1 Theory

16 Pancreas 1 Theory

17 Extra hepatic biliary apparatus 1 Theory

18 Tutorial 2 Theory

19 Testies 1 Theory

20 Prostate 1 Theory

21 Uterus 1 Theory

22 Lungs 1 Theory

23 Mediastinum 2 Theory

24 Diaphragm 1 Theory

25 Movements of Respiration 1 Theory

26 Tutorial 2 Theory

27 Kidney 1 Theory

28 Ureter 1 Theory

29 Urinary Bladder 1 Theory

30 Urethra 1 Theory

31 Pituitary Gland 1 Theory

32 Thyroid Gland 1 Theory

33 Adrenal Gland 1 Theory

34 Tutorial 2 Theory

35 Cardiovascular system 3 Practical

36 Arterial system 3 Practical

37 Venous system 3 Practical

38 Lymphatic system 3 Practical

39 Oesophagus 3 Practical

40 Stomach 3 Practical

41 Duodenum 3 Practical

42 Pancreas 3 Practical

43 Small Intestine 3 Practical

HEAD, FACE, NECK

44 Large Intestine 3 Practical

45 Liver 3 Practical

46 Male reproductive system 3 Practical

47 Female reproductive system 3 Practical

48 Lungs 3 Practical

49 Mediastinum 3 Practical

50 Heart 3 Practical

51 Diaphragm 3 Practical

52 Kidney 3 Practical

53 Urinary bladder 3 Practical

54 Urethra 3 Practical

55 Endocrine glands 3 Practical

No.

Topic

Hour

Theory/Practical

1 Intro to HNF 1 Theory

2 Scalp 1 Theory

3 MS of fascial exp 1 Theory

4 Tm joint 1 Theory

5 Muscles of mastication 1 Theory

6 Tutorial 2 Theory

7 Parotid region 1 Theory

8 Carotid sheath 1 Theory

9 Posterior triangle 1 Theory

10 Anterior triangle 1 Theory

11 Submandibular region 1 Theory

12 Thyroid 1 Theory

13 Tutorial 2 Theory

14 Soft palate 1 Theory

15 Cranial cavity 1 Theory

16 Venous sinuses 1 Theory

17 Nasal cavity 1 Theory

18 Larynx 1 Theory

19 Pharynx 1 Theory

20 Tongue 1 Theory

21 Tutorial 2 Theory

22 N. Frontallis 3 Practical

23 N. Verticalis 3 Practical

24 N. lateralis 3 Practical

25 N. Basalis 3 Practical

26 Interior of skull 3 Practical

27 Cervical vertebra 3 Practical

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Spots: 20 Marks

2) Table Viva: Soft Parts : a) 20 Marks b) Hard Parts : 20 Marks

28 Mandible 3 Practical

29 Assorted skull bones 3 Practical

30 Foetal skull 3 Practical

31 Scalp, Ms of fascial exp 3 Practical

32 Parotid region 3 Practical

33 Anterior triangle of Neck 3 Practical

34 Posterior triangle of Neck 3 Practical

35 Cranial cavity 3 Practical

36 Nasal cavity PNS 3 Practical

37 Larynx 3 Practical

38 Pharynx, tongue 3 Practical

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY - III

Didactic : 104 hours Practical/Laboratory: 50 hours

Total : 154 hours

Brief Course Description: This module covers remaining organ systems like CVS,

RS, and Urinary & Alimentary Systems which are integrated at various levels.

Pathophysiological aspects of all the systems are also emphasized inclusive of

practical analytical skills. Immunology is considered as the common branch for all the

other systems. To emphasize on the related theoretical and practical knowledge

about metabolic and excretory functional integration of renal and alimentary systems

inclusive of investigations.

Learning outcomes: Define the organ system and explain functional organization of each system. Describe the functions of each system at rest and in relation to exercise Distinguish the effects of divisions of autonomic nervous system Perform experiments related to each of the system using appropriate

equipment Apply this knowledge in assessing requirement of nutrients, oxygen, changes

in blood flow to active organs Differentiate the level of homeostatic contribution by each organ system.

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Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

1) Textbook of Physiology by Guyton & Hall

2) Review of Physiology by Ganong 23rd edition

3) Physiology by Berne & levy

4) Understanding Physiology by R.L.Bijlani

5) Textbook of Medical Physiology by Khurana

6) Principles of Anatomy & Physiology by Tortora

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CONTENT:

Sr.

No.

Topics Hours Theory/

Practical

Cardiovascular System

1 Introduction and overview of CVS 1 Theory

2 Structure and properties of cardiac muscle 1 Theory

3 cardiac muscle vs. skeletal muscle 1 Theory

4 Introduction to cardiac cycle 1 Theory

5 Phases of cardiac cycle 1 Theory

6 Pressure and volume changes in different chambers of

heart

1 Theory

7 Correlating cardiac cycle with heart sounds and ECG 1 Theory

8 Heart sounds, Work output of the heart 1 Theory

9 Chemical energy required for cardiac muscle

contraction and O2 utilization

1 Theory

10 Excitatory conduction system of the heart, Pacemaker

potential of the heart

1 Theory

11 Conduction of impulse through the heart, Action

potential in atrial and ventricular muscle

1 Theory

12 Action potential in atrial and ventricular muscle concept

of plateau potential

1 Theory

13 Excitation contraction coupling in cardiac muscle 1 Theory

14 Overview of diff in all 3 types of muscles 1 Theory

15 Introduction to ECG, - concept of leads 1 Theory

16 Different waves and intervals in ECG, Different waves

and intervals in ECG

1 Theory

17 Physical characteristics of circulation- Systemic and

pulmonary circulation

1 Theory

18 Basic principles of circulatory system, Principles of

hemodynamics, Overview of various laws in

hemodynamics.

1 Theory

19 Overview of laminar and streamline type of flow,

concept of peripheral resistance.

1 Theory

20 Vascular distensibility and arterial pulsations, Veins,

functions, effect of gravity on venous pressure

1 Theory

21 Overview of microcirculation and capillary system 1 Theory

22 Flow of blood in capillaries, phenomenon of vasomotion 1 Theory

23 Capillary dynamics and Concept of Starling‘s

equilibrium

1 Theory

24 Lymphatic system 1 Theory

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25 Local control of blood flow overview, Metabolic needs 1 Theory

26 Theories of local control of blood flow, concept of

Autoregulation

1 Theory

27 Humoral control of circulation 1 Theory

28 Overview of nervous control of circulation 1 Theory

29 Role of ANS in control on CVS and Vasomotor centre 1 Theory

30 Overview of Blood pressure regulation 1 Theory

31 Mechanisms of BP regulation, Mechanisms of BP

regulation

1 Theory

32 Role of kidneys in BP regulation- Pressure diuresis,

pressure natriuresis concept, Renin Angiotensin system

– BP regulation

1 Theory

33 Summary of integrated BP control mechanisms 1 Theory

34 Cardiac output- Concept, changes with activity, cardiac

index

1 Theory

35 Factors controlling cardiac output- concept of Frank

Starling‘s mechanism

1 Theory

36 High and low cardiac output in health, trained athletes

and diseases

1 Theory

37 Methods of measurement of cardiac output. Muscle

blood flow and cardiac output during exercise

1 Theory

38 Muscle blood flow and cardiac output during exercise 1 Theory

39 Overview of coronary circulation, Factors regulation

Coronary circulation

1 Theory

40 Physiology of shock, Physiological basis of treatment of

shock

1 Theory

41 Cardio respiratory changes with different grades of

exercise.

1 Theory

Respiratory System

42 Introduction to respiratory system 1 Theory

43 Functions of respiratory system 1 Theory

44 Composition of atmosphere- gas laws 1 Theory

45 Mechanism of pulmonary ventilation 1 Theory

46 Pulmonary volumes and capacities 1 Theory

47 Concept of minute respiratory volume, breathing reserve 1 Theory

48 Alveolar ventilation 1 Theory

49 Pressures in pulmonary (intrathoracic) system 1 Theory

50 Blood flow through lungs and its distribution 1 Theory

51 Concept of ventilation perfusion ratio, Effects of hydrostatic

pressure gradients on pulmonary blood flow

1 Theory

52 Peculiarities of pulmonary circulation – low pressure ,low

resistance system

1 Theory

53 Pulmonary capillary dynamics 1 Theory

54 Physics of gas diffusion and gas partial pressure,

Composition of alveolar and atmospheric air

1 Theory

55 Physiology of respiratory membrane, factors affecting

diffusion through membrane

1 Theory

56 Effect of ventilation perfusion ratio n alveolar gas

concentration

1 Theory

57 O2 transport 1 Theory

58 O2 dissociation curve – causes of right and left shift 1 Theory

59 CO2 transport 1 Theory

60 CO2 transport .concept of Bhor‘s and Haldane‘s effect 1 Theory

61 Various respiratory centers – their role in regulation of

respiration

1 Theory

62 Rhythm of respiration- DRG and VRG , Ramp signal 1 Theory

63 Neural control of respiration 1 Theory

64 Chemical control of respiration 1 Theory

65 Chemical control of respiration- Role of central and

peripheral chemoreceptors

1 Theory

66 Regulation of respiration during exercise 1 Theory

67 Concept of different abnormal types of breathing 1 Theory

68 Overview of hypoxia ,Acclimatization – Concept, changes 1 Theory

69 Physiology of deep sea diving 1 Theory

Gastrointestinal System

70 General Principles of Gastrointestinal Motility; Physiological

Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal Wall

1 Theory

71 Neural Control of Gastrointestinal Function—Enteric

Nervous System

1 Theory

72 Functional Types of Movements in the Gastrointestinal Tract 1 Theory

73 Gastrointestinal Blood Flow— ―Splanchnic Circulation‖ 1 Theory

74 Chewing and swallowing 1 Theory

75 Motor Functions of the Stomach 1 Theory

76 Movements of the Small Intestine 1 Theory

77 Movements of the Colon 1 Theory

78 Other Autonomic Reflexes That Affect Bowel Activity 1 Theory

79 General Principles of Alimentary Tract Secretion 1 Theory

80 Secretion of Saliva 1 Theory

81 Gastric Secretion 1 Theory

82 Pancreatic Secretion 1 Theory

83 Secretion of Bile by the Liver; Functions of the Biliary Tree 1 Theory

84 Secretions of the Small Intestine and Large Intestine 1 Theory

85 Digestion of the Various Foods by Hydrolysis 1 Theory

86 Basic Principles of Gastrointestinal Absorption 1 Theory

87 Absorption in the Small Intestine; Absorption in the Large

Intestine

1 Theory

88 Disorders of Swallowing and of the Esophagus ; Disorders

of the Stomach

1 Theory

89 Disorders of the Small Intestine and the Large Intestine 1 Theory

90 General Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract 1 Theory

Renal System

91 Overview of Body fluid compartments- ECF, ICF,

composition and constitution, Concept of maintenance of

osmotic equilibrium in ECF and ICF Physiological basis of

edema, hyponatremia and hypernatremia

2 Theory

92 Physiologic anatomy of kidneys, functions 1 Theory

93 Renal blood flow. 1 Theory

94 Processes of urine formation- concept of tubular filtration

absorption, secretion, and excretion

1 Theory

95 Glomerular membrane Dynamics of filtration 1 Theory

96 GFR,Urine formation by kidneys 1 Theory

97 Concentration and dilution of urine 1 Theory

98 Concept of Counter current multiplier and exchange 1 Theory

99 Control of ECF osmolality and sodium by kidneys 1 Theory

100 Electrolyte balance 1 Theory

101 Physiological basis of acid base balance 1 Theory 102 Concept of acidosis and alkalosis 1 Theory

103 Physiology of urinary bladder, Micturition 1 Theory

Practical

104 Calculation of GFR. 2 Practical 105 Calculation of Creatinine clearance. 2 Practical 106 Calculation of PAH clearance. 2 Practical 107 Calculation of urea clearance. 2 Practical 108 Calculation of effective filtration pressure for GFR. 2 Practical 109 Study of Saliva – Measurement of pH of saliva. 2 Practical 110 Study of Saliva – Measurement of tonicity of saliva 2 Practical

111 Study of Saliva – Measurement of Specific gravity of Saliva 2 Practical

112 Complete Semen Analysis- 2 Practical 113 Pregnancy test 2 Practical 114 Recording of body temperature- Principles & use of

thermometer. (Core temperature & body temperature),

recording of body temperature under various physiological

conditions – after exercise, Time (diurenal variations),

under acute & chronic disease conditions.

2 Practical

115 Study of TPR charts correlation of temperature and pulse &

respiration of human being.

2 Practical

116 Auscultation of breath sounds. 2 Practical 117 Recording of tidal volume & vital capacity. 2 Practical 118 Visit to Hospital (Department of Pulmonary medicine), Lung

function test.

2 Practical

119 Auscultation of Heart sounds. 2 Practical 120 Palpation of peripheral arterial pulse (radial, brachial,

femoral, carotid, dorsalis- pedis).

2 Practical

122 Recording of blood pressure with posture. 2 Practical 123 Recording of blood pressure with exercise. 2 Practical 124 Electrocardiograph Introduction. 2 Practical 125 Electrocardiograph Recording. 2 Practical 126 Interpretation, normal & abnormal. 2 Practical 127 Palpation of Abdominal organs. 2 Practical 128 Auscultation & Significance. 2 Practical 129 Field work – At Stadium with athletes. 2 Practical 130 Revision. 2 Practical

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final

Exam

Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment

Theory – 40 Marks Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Spots: 20 Marks

2) Performance: 20 Marks 3) Viva: 20 Marks

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

FOUNDATION OF EXERCISE SCIENCE

Didactic: 72 hours

Practical/Laboratory: 48 ours

Clinical Posting: 30 hours Total : 150 hours

Learning Outcomes:

acquire knowledge of biomechanical applications to joint structure and functional

anatomy

Acquire knowledge of various terms used in mechanics, biomechanics and

kinesiology.

Acquire knowledge of applications of Biomechanics (Linear and angular motion,

kinematics and kinetics, statics and dynamics, stress-strain curve etc.).

Acquire knowledge of physiology of posture & will be able to discuss and analyse

ideal & faulty postural alignments.

Understand the biomechanics of Normal Human Gait

The candidate will be able to acquire knowledge in exercise testing and exercise

prescription in chronic diseases

To discuss identification of risk factors & guidelines of management of sports

injuries

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

TEXTBOOKS

1. Exercise physiology-Mc Ardle,sixth edition

2. Biomechanics of human motion-Marian Williams,Herbert Lissner 3. ACSM‘s resourse manual for guidelines for exercise testing and

prescription (ACSM), fifth edition (www.acsm.org) 3. ACSM‘s guidelines for exercise testing and prescription(ACSM),fifth

edition(www.acsm.org) 4. Biomechanical basis of human movement-Joseph Hamill,Kathleen

M.Knutzen,2nd edition 5. Joint structure and function-Cynthia,Norkins

6. Therapeutic Exercise-Carolyn Kisner,Lynn Colby,4th edition 7. Sports Injuries – Zuluaga

8. Muscle testing by Kendall

JOUNALS:

1. Exercise and Sports Sciences Review

2. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT)

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

No.

Topic

Theory/Practical

Hour

1 Biomechanical application to Joint structure and function

Upper extremity, Lower extremity, Spine

Theory 16

2 Posture: Postural mechanism, Normal posture, methods of

assessment of the posture, Physiological deviations of

the posture

Theory

Practical

6

8

3 Gait Biomechanics: Definition, Phases and events of Gait

Cycle, Kinetics & Kinematics o Gait, Temporal & Distance

variables of Gait, Assessment of Gait

Theory

Practical

6

4

4 Applications of Exercise Physiology

Introduction to energy transfer, Energy transfer in exercise,

human energy expenditure, systems of energy delivery and

utilization, applied exercise physiology (enhancement of

energy capacity)

Theory

4

5 Field Testing – sub maximal and maximal testing (treadmill,

step and ergometry), 6 minute walk test, Scales (Borg‘s)

Theory

Practical

2

10

6 Kin Anthropometry – Body composition assessment (skin

fold caliper, Calculation of BMI, Waist – Hip Ratio, Body fat

impedance etc.), Equation and formulae

Theory

Practical

4

10

7 Pilates Theory + Practical 6

8 Sports Injuries: Classification of sports & Sports injuries,

,Intrinsic & Extrinsic Risk factors associated with injuries,

Guidelines for prevention and management of sports

injuries

Theory

Practical

6

4

9 Exercise Prescription guidelines in chronic diseases:

Diabetes, Cancer, Obesity, Osteoporosis, Immunological

conditions

Cardiopulmonary

Chronic lower back pain

Theory

16

10 Pylometrics Theory

Practical

4

4

11 Core Training Theory + Practical 10

No.

Topic

Theory/Practical

Hour

1 Biomechanical application to Joint structure and function

Upper extremity, Lower extremity, Spine

Theory 16

2 Posture: Postural mechanism, Normal posture, methods of

assessment of the posture, Physiological deviations of

the posture

Theory

Practical

6

8

3 Gait Biomechanics: Definition, Phases and events of Gait

Cycle, Kinetics & Kinematics o Gait, Temporal & Distance

variables of Gait, Assessment of Gait

Theory

Practical

6

4

4 Applications of Exercise Physiology

Introduction to energy transfer, Energy transfer in exercise,

human energy expenditure, systems of energy delivery and

utilization, applied exercise physiology (enhancement of

Theory

4

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 60 Marks

Q:1 A 10 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:1 B 10 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 10 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 5 out of 6 (Each two marks) – 10 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 4 out of 5 (Each four marks) - 16 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 2 out of 3 (each 7 marks) – 14 marks

Practical Final Examination – 60 marks

1) Case I (Long) – 25 Marks

2) Case II (Short) – 15 Marks

3) Viva: 15 Marks

4) Journal: 5 Marks

energy capacity)

5 Field Testing – sub maximal and maximal testing (treadmill,

step and ergometry), 6 minute walk test, Scales (Borg‘s)

Theory

Practical

2

10

6 Kin Anthropometry – Body composition assessment (skin

fold caliper, Calculation of BMI, Waist – Hip Ratio, Body fat

impedance etc.), Equation and formulae

Theory

Practical

4

10

7 Pilates Theory + Practical 6

8 Sports Injuries: Classification of sports & Sports injuries,

,Intrinsic & Extrinsic Risk factors associated with injuries,

Guidelines for prevention and management of sports

injuries

Theory

Practical

6

4

9 Exercise Prescription guidelines in chronic diseases:

Diabetes, Cancer, Obesity, Osteoporosis, Immunological

conditions

Cardiopulmonary

Chronic lower back pain

Theory

16

10 Pylometrics Theory

Practical

4

4

11 Core Training Theory + Practical 10

Total Marks Theory – 100 Marks

Practical – 100 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 60 Marks

Practical – 60 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

Practical – 40 Marks

Tutorial 1 – 10 Marks

Tutorial 2 – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 20 Marks

* Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory & Practical)

FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION

Didactic : 80 hours Total : 80 hours

Brief Course Description: This course provides a sound and concise introduction to

the science of human nutrition. Students will learn the basic concepts of nutrition, balanced diet, basic food groups, dietary guidelines, use of exchange list. Course

emphasis on macro and micro nutrients, their functions, daily requirements, food sources, deficiency. Student will also develop understanding on energy balance, water

and electrolyte balance, factors affecting balance mechanism, etc. Students will learn to evaluate the nutritional status in person by using dietary recall. Students will be

proficient in planning a balanced diet and create awareness about health conditions related to nutrition like Malnutrition, Obesity, Cardiac diseases

Learning outcomes: Student will be able to understand the concept of Nutrition and the relation between health & Nutrition

Student will develop the skills to read nutritional information on Food labels & comments

Sound knowledge of digestion, absorption & metabolism of Macro & Micro

nutrients

Describe the various sources, functions, deficiency, toxicity of Water soluble & Fat soluble Vitamins, Minerals & Trace Elements

Will understand the Fluid Balance, Energy Balance & Mechanism. Will be

able to calculate the energy expenditure & requirement of human being.

Dietary guidelines & Effect Dietary components in various health diseases & metabolic disorder.

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

Teaching Strategies:

Lecture

PowerPoint Presentation

Paper Presentation

Classroom Activity

Demonstration

Reference Books:

- Essential of human nutrition, Mann Truswell

- Nutrition & Clinical Science, Kartz

- Fundamentals of Food and Nutrition, Mudambi

- Nutrition & Dietetics, Joshi

- Therapeutic Nutrition, Robinson

- Food science & Nutrition, Swaminathan

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

No. Topic

Hours Theory/ Practical

1 Understanding of the term deals with human

nutrition

3 Theory

2 Diet History (Recall)/ Servings of food Groups

2 Theory

3 Relation of nutrition to human health

- General dietary guidelines

- Basic five food groups

- Nutritional standards

- Food exchange list

- Factors affecting food requirements.

8 Theory

4 Digestion, absorption and storage

6 Theory

5 Major Nutrients & Their functions, Deficiency,

Sources, Requirement

- Carbohydrates

- fats

- proteins

12 Theory

6 Minor Nutrients & Their functions, Deficiency,

Sources, Requirement

- Fat soluble vitamins

- Water Soluble vitamins

- minerals

- trace elements

12

7 Energy Balance:

- Basal metabolic rate

- Factors affecting BMR

- Specific dynamic action of Food

- Energy intake & Expenditure

- Total Energy Requirement

8 Theory

8 Water and Electrolyte Balance

4 Theory

9 Correlation of nutrition & health conditions,

Medical Nutrition Therapy

6 Theory

10 Correlation of Nutrition & Exercise

7 Theory

Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science)

Exercise Science Transfer Program

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Total Marks Theory – 50 Marks

Semester Final Exam Theory – 40 Marks

Internal assessment Theory – 10 Marks

Unit Test – 10 Marks

Students should get minimum 50 % marks for passing each examination (Theory )

Theory: Semester Final Examination – 40 Marks

Q:1 A 08 - MCQ (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:1 B 08 - Match the following (each 1 mark) – 08 marks

Q:2 Two marks question – 4 out of 5 (Each two marks) – 08 marks

Q:3 Long answer question/ Case study 2 out of 3 (Each four marks) – 8 marks

Q:4 Long answer question 1 out of 2 (each 8 marks) –8 marks

11 Nutrition during Life Stages

2 Theory

12 Diet Planning for various age group, various

therapeutic diet, diet for athletes

8 Theory + Group

discussion

13 Dietary supplements

2 Theory + Tutorial

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