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Welcome!
Department of physical education and sports was established in 1997,at NKSPT’s
Arts Science and commerce college Badnapur Dist Jalna . The president of NKSPT Dr. Dattabhau Pathrikar was a elite national player of Kabbadi, he occupied the chair of Sports Director at Dr. BAM university Aurangabad for more than 20 years. When he led the foundation of this trust and college he make sure that the sports  department should be on the top priority and physical & sports activity should be conducted regularly. To achieve this dream he guided the department of Physical education. Dr.Shaikh S.S. takes the responsibility to carry this department to the heights. Today we had running track, indoor and outdoor games and other sports
facility in the campus

Objective of the department:

Physical education is a vital element in a comprehensive, well-balanced curriculum
and can be a major contributing factor in the development of an individual in all aspectsof life: physical, emotional, mental and social.

Through a high quality physical education experience, an individual has the
opportunity to:

  • understand the importance of obtaining and maintaining a high level of physical fitness
  • participate in a wide variety of physical activities to foster the desire to maintain
  • anactive lifestyle
  • enhance physiological and motor skill development
  • develop fair play, teamwork and socially desirable behavior
  • Enhance self-esteem.
  • Students of sports and physical education find them fit and ready to work hard
  • While doing studies playing games students can relax and be ready for next task.
  • Participating in National and regional level games students can take advantage of their certificates.
  • Sports is best medicine over stress
  • There are several opportunities in job sector for a physical education students
  • Students of physical Education has advantage in government jobs
  • Career as a sports person is also very economical beneficial and a player can make his country an society proud

Research activity:

The Research Centre in Physical Education is the unique department in the region. Student can do his research work under the guidance of eminent faculty members i.e. Dr. Shaikh S.S. and Dr. Mrs. N. G. Khan. Presently 11 students are undergoing the doctoral work at the department under the guidance of faculty members.

 CLASS  DETAILS:  

Sr. No.

Class

Subject

Teachers Name

1

B. A. Ist Year

Physical Education (Optional Subject)

1) Dr. (Mrs) Nazma Abdulgani Khan

2) Dr. Sushil D. Lande

2

B.A. IInd Year

Physical Education (Optional Subject)

1) Dr. (Mrs) Nazma Abdulgani Khan

2) Dr. Sushil D. Lande

3

B.A. IIIrd Year

Physical Education (Optional Subject)

1) Dr. Shafioddin S. Shaikh

2) Dr. (Mrs) Nazma Abdulgani Khan

3) Dr. Sushil D. Lande

 

RESEARCH  CENTER

Research Centre in Physical Education & Sports

 

Research Guide :-         i) Dr. Shafioddin S. Shaikh

                                             Head, Department of Physical Education & Sports

                                          ii) Dr. (Mrs) Nazma Abdulgani Khan

                                             Asst. Prof. in Physical Education


Syllabus

B. A. First Year

(Theory) Physical Education – 101 (Semester – I)

Title : “History of Physical Education”

Time : 1½ Hours                                                                                Per Week – 04 periods for 50 minutes

Marks : 30                                                                                           Half yearly period – 60

 


Unit – I

i)          Physical Education in ancient Greece and Romes Italy.               (05)

ii)         Ancient Physical Education in India :                                                 (10)

1. Vedic Period

2. Ramayana and Mahabharata

3. Boudha Period

4. Mughal Period (Muslim Period)

5. Maratha Period

6. British Period.

 

Unit – II                                                                                                                              (15)

i)          History and Development of Akhadas and Vayamshala in Maharashtra State.

ii)         Decan Gymkhana, Pune.

iii)        Hanuman Vyayam Prasarak Mandal, Amravati.

iv)       Y.M.C.A., Madras.

 

Unit – III        A)                                                                                                                 (15)

i)          Olympic movement historical development of Ancient Olympic Games, Modern Olympic Games, Historical Development of Asian Games, South Asian Federation Games, Common Wealth Games, Afro Asian Games.

ii)         Historical Development of Indian Olympic Association.

iii)        Sports Authority of India (SAI) Y.M.C.A., Madras.

 

B)        State awards in games and sports.

i)          Maharashtra Jeevan Gaurav Award

ii)         Janki Award

iii)        Eklavya Award

iv)       Dadoji Kondev Award

v)        Raj Mata Jijau Award. (For Women)

 

Unit – IV                                                                                                                            (15)

i)          Definition, Aims, Objectives, Need, Importance Scope of Physical Education.

ii)         Philosophies of Education are applied to Physical Education. Idealism, Naturalism, Realism, Pragmatism, Existentialism, Humanism.


B. A. First Year

(Theory) Physical Education – 102 (Semester – I)

Title : “Principles of Physical Education and

Marking of Track and Play Field”

Time : 1½ Hours                                                                                Per Week – 04 periods for 50 minutes

Marks : 30                                                                                           Half yearly period – 60

 


Unit – I          Principles of Physical Education                                                       (15)

1)        Meaning, Nature and Scope of Physical Education.

2)        Aims and Objectives of Physical Education.

3)        Philosophy of Physical Education.

4)        The changes concept of Physical Education and Sports.

5)        Values of Physical Education, Health, Efficiency, Personal and Social Values.

6)        Classification of Activities.

7)        Suitable activities of different age groups.

 

Unit – II         Biological Basis of Physical Education :                                          (15)

1)        Principles governing growth and exercise.

2)        Exercise and well-being.

3)        Differences in male and female.

4)        Chronological, Anatomical, Mental and Physiological age of individual.

5)        Benefits of Exercise under load normal load, over load training principles.

 

Unit – III        A) Psychological basis of Physical Education :                             (15)

i)          Meaning and Importance of Play.

ii)         Theories of Play.

iii)        General Principles of growth and development.

iv)       Principles of motor skill acquisition and transfer of training effects.

 

B)        Sociological Basis of Physical Education.

i)          Games and Sports as a Cultural Heritage of Mankind.

ii)         Role of Physical Education and National Integration.

 

Unit – IV                                                                                                                            (15)

i)          Layout and Marking of 400 mtrs. Track and the Play field of all the game included in the syllabus for practicals.

ii)         Layout and Marking of 200 mtrs. Track and the play field.

 


B. A. First Year

(Practical) Physical Education – 103 (Semester – I)

Per Week – 04 periods for 3 hrs.

Marks : 40                                                                                           20 students per (one batch)

 


Track and Field Events :

Unit – I Running Events 100 mets. (Men and Women) (15)

Unit – II Jumping Events – Long Jump.                                                             (15)

(Approach run, Take off, Air position, Landing)

 

Unit – III       Throwing Events: Shot put (16 pounds men, 8 pounds              (15)

women)

(Holding, Styles, Delivery and Recovery)

 

Unit – IV       Opted game, (Indian game – Kabaddi, Wrestling)                      (15)

(Fundamental skills, Knowledge of rules and regulations)

 

Unit – V

A)        Internal marks and Internal assignments.                                      (15)

 

B)        Record Book.

All compulsory events / practical events related.

1) History of the game.

2) Various diagrams.

3) Names of different fundamental skill in the team.

Events and athletics events.

4) Officials.


Faculty of Social Sciences

B. A. I Year Examination

March/April

Physical Education

Semester  I-101 & Semester II-102

(101 – “History of Physical Education”)

(102 – “Principles of Physical Education and

Marking of Track and Play Field”)

Time : 1½ Hours                                                                                                                                 Marks : 30

N. B. 1.        Attempt all questions.

2.        All questions carry equal marks.

 

Q. 1. Essay Type                                                                                                            (10)

or

Essay Type

 

Q. 2. Essay Type                                                                                                            (10)

or

Essay Type

 

Q.3.    Write short answers of any two of the following :                                (10)

a)

b)

c)

d)


B. A. First Year

(Theory) Physical Education – 104 (Semester – II)

Title : “Physical Education & Health Education”

Time : 1½ Hours                                                                                Per Week – 04 periods for 50 minutes

Marks : 30                                                                                           Half yearly period – 60

 


Unit – I                                                                                                                               (15)

A)        Definition of Health Education.

B)        Factors influencing health.

C)        Physical Health, Mental Health, Emotional Health, Personal Hygiene, Skin, Mouth, Teeth, Nails, Clothing, Rest, Sleep, Foot, Exercise and Relaxation, Habits.

 

Unit – II         Nutrition and Food :                                                                             (15)

i)          Components of Food.

ii)         Caloric value of food items.

iii)        Daily replacement of food.

iv)       Balanced diet.

v)        Under nutrition and malnutrition.

vi)       Food habits, constipation and indigestion.

 

Unit – III        Health of the Family :                                                                           (15)

i)          Economic status, standard of living, food, water supply, housing cleanliness, disposal of refuge. Prevention of infection and immunity.

ii)         Maternity mortality – Infant mortality, spacing of birth, family planning.

iii)        Sex, marriage among blood relatives and blood groups.

 

Unit – IV       Co-ordinate School Health Programme :                                       (15)

i)          Health Instruction.

ii)         Healthful School Living.

  1. Health Service

iv)       Causes symptoms and prevention of the following communicable diseases.

a) Malaria

b) Small pox.

c) Cholera

d) Chicken pox

e) Typhoid

f) Venereal diseases (STD)

g) AIDs.


B. A. First Year

(Theory) Physical Education – 105 (Semester – II)

Title : “Organization and Administration of Physical Education”

Time : 1½ Hours                                                                                Per Week – 04 periods for 50 minutes

Marks : 30                                                                                           Half yearly period – 60

 


Unit – I                                                                                                                               (15)

A)        Meaning and Scope of Organization and Administration. Guiding principles of Organization of Physical Education Programme.

B)        Organization at different levels : The physical education department set up in : 1) School, 2) College, 3) University, Scheme or organization at National, State, District, Taluka and Village levels for non school going population.

 

Unit – II         Facilities and Standard in Physical Education:                             (15)

i)          Play grounds, gymnasium, swimming pool: Construction and Maintenance.

ii)         Equipment: Suppliers, purchases care and upkeep.

 

Unit – III        Time Table :                                                                                             (15)

Principle and factors influencing time table. Types of physical education periods and time allotment for them as well as for intramural extramural and special programmes like play, days, demonstration and exhibition.

Economic status, standard of living, food, water supply, housing cleanliness, disposal of refuge. Prevention of infection and immunity.

 

 

Unit – IV       Exhibition :                                                                                               (15)

A)        Intramural & Extramural : Need and importance. Objectives. Methods of Grouping Rules. Organization, Awards and Incentives.

B)        Finance: Budget, Income & Expenditure, Rules regarding expenditure, preparation and administration of budget, accounting and auditing.


B. A. First Year

(Practical) Physical Education – 106 (Semester – II)

Per Week – 04 periods for 3 hrs.

Marks : 40                                                                                           20 students per (one batch)

 


Track and Field Events :

Unit – I Running Events 200 mets. (Men and Women) (15)

Unit – II Jumping Events – Long Jump.                                                             (15)

(Approach run, Take off, Air position, Landing)

 

Unit – III Throwing Events: Shot put (16 pounds men, 8 pounds              (15)

women)

(Holding, Styles, Delivery and Recovery)

 

Unit – IV       Opted game or optimal game foreign game                                 (15)

(Hockey & Handball) :

(Advanced skill, technique, tactics, knowledge of rules and regulations)

 

Unit – V

A)        Internal marks and Internal assignments.                                      (15)

 

B)        Record Book.

All compulsory events / practical events related.

1) History of the game.

2) Various diagrams.

3) Names of different fundamental skill in the team.

Events and athletics events.

4) Officials.

Faculty of Social Sciences

B. A. I Year Examination

March/April

Physical Education

Semester  I-101 & Semester II-102

(104 – “Physical Education & Health Education”)

(105 – “Organization and Administration of Physical Education”)

Time : 1½ Hours                                                                                                                                 Marks : 30

N. B. 1.        Attempt all questions.

2.        All questions carry equal marks.

 

Q. 1. Essay Type                                                                                                            (10)

or

Essay Type

 

Q. 2. Essay Type                                                                                                            (10)

or

Essay Type

 

Q.3.    Write short answers of any two of the following :                                (10)

a)

b)

c)

d)


B. A. III

Physical Education

Paper V

 


“Title of the Paper”

 

“History of physical Education in India from Ancient times to the Modern Age, International Movements in Sport & Recreation”

 


Unit – I Physical Activities of Men in Prehistoric India.

 

Unit – II Physical Education in Aryan India.

A) i) Indus Valley Civilization Period (3,250 B.C. – 2,750, B.C.)

1) War Weapons and Fortifications

2) Dancing

3) Swimming

4) Games & Hunting, Animal Fighting, Boxing, Pastimes.

 

Unit – III The Vedic Period (2,500 B.C. – 600 B.C.)

 

A) Early Vedic Period

1) Physical characteristics of the Aryans.

2) Physical Exercises – Suryanamaskars

3) Yogasana – Meaning, Nature Scope, Aims & Objectives Hist. & Development, Scientific Approach.

 

B) 4) Pranrayam – Meaning, Nature & Scope, Aims & Objectives Hist. & Development, Scientific Approach.

5) Physical Training for women – Racing, Games, Boxing, Hunting, Music & Dancing.

 

C) Later Vedic Period.

Physical Culture

Military system, Combative Weapons, Boxing, Chariot and Horse, Dincing, Hunting, Acrobatics and Dancing, Music.

 

Unit – IV

Early Hindu Period (600 B.C. – 320 A.D.)

 

A. The Ramayana -

1) Physical Training

2) Physical and Military prowess of women.

3) Military prowess of routine of daily Exercises.

4) Physical culture in Lanka

5) Physical culturists of Kiskindha

 

 

6) Ethics of combats

7) Weapons and fighting

8) Wrestling.

9) Swimming & Water sports

10) Ball Games recreation Centers

 

B. The Mahabharata –

 

II) Physical Education in Mahabharata

 

i) Physical culture for different classes.

ii) Physical and military process of the yadava – princes.

iii) Physical and Military training of Kaurava and Pandava Princess.

iv) Epic Games, Importance of Training, Sports, Games and Gymnastics.

v) Man-animal Combats.

 

III) Swimming, Dancing and Music.

 

C. The Puranas

i) Diseus Contest

ii) Rope Contest

iii) Stone Contest

iv) Plough Fight

v) Boxing

vi) Wrestling

 

D. The Upanisads -

 

i) Physical Training

ii) Brahmacharya

 

Unit – V Physical Education in Buddhist Times.

 

1) Service of Buddhism to Physical Edun.

2) Excessive Piety of Buddhism.

3) Physical Activities of Buddha.

4) Kinds of physical Activities

5) Science of Yoga.

6) University of Takshasila.

 

B. Jainism and physical Activities.

 

C. 1) Status of Physical Education Before the Advent of the Muslims.

2) Physical Education under Mughal Rule.

 


 

 

Unit – VI

A) Modern Olympic Games.

B) Asian Games

C) Sports Organization Bodies in India.

 

Unit – VII A) Physical Education Activities and their Importance Before Independence and After Independence.

 

Unit - VIII A) Recreation Management in Games & Sports & Leisure centers.

 

1) Career Opening

2) Training Courses

3) Qualities Needed

 

B) Outdoor recreation

 

1) Training Courses

2) Qualifications & Experience Needed.

3) Other Job Opportunities

4) Agencies.

 

 

 

 


B. A. III

Sub : Physical Education

Practical Paper VI                             Marks - 100

 


Unit – I Compulsory Events.                                                                             30 Marks

1.      Running Events            -           1500 Mtrs.

(For womens)

-           3000 Mtrs.

(For Mens)

 

2.      Throwing Events          -           Javelien Throw

 

3.      Jumping Events            -           High Jump.

 

Unit – II A) Yogasana and Pranayama

(Comp)

 

1)      Yogasana -                     1) Chakrasana                                                10 Marks

2) Vakrasana

3) Mayurasana

4) Dhanurasana

5) Mandukasana

6) Bhujangasana

7) Padmasana

8) Suryanamaskar

(From the Exam. point of View Any two of the above Said Asanas)

 

2)      Pranayama -                 1) Bhasarica                                                   10 Marks

2) Kapalbhati

3) Anilome – Vilome

4) Bazakmari

5) Bhayia

(Any two of the given above Numbers)

 

Unit – III Opted Game.                                                                                        20 Marks.

(Optional)

 

A)     Team Events. (Any one of the Following rather than I & II Year)

1) FootBall  2) Handball  3) Cricket   4) Hockey   5) Kho-Kho

 

B)      Fundamental & Advance

Skills, Tacties & Stratigies of the above one Game.

 

C)      1) Marking of the Ground. (Ground Marking)

2) Rules and regulation of the game.

 

 

D)     Officiating and Coaching.

 

Unit – IV Record Book (For all Practical Comp, Events & one Opted Game)              10 Marks

 

A) Brief hist. of the Game.

(Stated in Unit – III, Team Events)

 

Unit – V A) Educational Tour                                                                             10 Marks

(With Spl. Reference to the Games & Sports & Phy. Edun, Area.)

 

1) Stadium

2) Sports Centers

3) Sports Institutions

4) Sports Complex.

 

Unit – VI Practical Assignment.                                                                          10 Marks.

 

1)      Teaching of the game / Individual Sports at the basic level at Least two Weeks.

2)      To Witness any Important Competition / Event and observation.

3)      Opinion / Remarks.


B. A. III

Physical Education

Paper VII                             100 Marks

 


Title :-             “History and Development of the games, Officiating and Sports coaching, Training.”

 


Unit – I History and Development of the Following Games & Sports.       15 Marks

 

1) FootBall  2) HandBall  3) Basket Ball   4) VolleyBall

5) Cricket   6) Table Tennis  7) Kho-Kho  8) Badmintan (Shuttle)

9) Athletics (Track & Field events).

 

Unit – II A) Fundamental and Advance Skills.                                                 10 Marks.

 

B) Tacties and Stratigies of the Games.

(Games Mention above in unit No. I)

 

Unit – III Coaching & Training.                                                                           20 Marks.

 

1)      Meaning, Nature and Scope, Principles of Coaching.

2)      Qualities and Ethies of the Coach.

3)      Code of Conduct for Coach, Manager, and Player’s

4)      Training and Conditioning.

i) Strength  ii) Endurance  iii) Speed   iv) Agility   v) Flexibility

 

Unit – IV Theory and Practice of Endurance Development.                            20 Marks

 

i)       Training Methods

ii)      Duration

iii)     Repetition

iv)     Competiton and Testing

v)      Endurance Sports and the Female Athelete.

 

Unit – V Officiating of the Games and Sports.                                                10 Marks

 

i)       Philosophy and Principles of Officiating.

ii)      Qualities and duties of the Officials.

iii)     Code of Conduct for Officials.

 

Unit – VI Organization and conduct of the Tournament / Competitions.    15 Marks

 

i) Foot Ball      ii) Wrestling       iii) Athletics

 

 

 

1.      Budget (Income and Expenditure on Various Committies)

2.      Various Committies.

3.      Functions Duties of the Members of the Committies.

 

Unit – VII

A)     Incentives and Awards Devices of Motivation.

B)      Prizes & Awards.

C)      Meaning, Purpose, Importance of Various Awards.

D)     Types of Awards.

1) State Level

2) National Level

E)      Criteria, Eligibility for getting the Awards.


B. A. T. Y.

Physical Education

Paper VIII                              100 Marks

 


Title of the Paper :-   “Physiology Hygiene, Health Science, Science of Games and Sports Techniques, Yoga and Pranayama.”

 


Unit – I Introduction to Human Body origin of life.

 

1)      Evolutionary adaptation of man

2)      Cell

3)      Tissue

4)      Organs

5)      Systems

 

Unit – II Health Education Science.

 

1)      Introduction, Meaning, Concept of Health.

2)      Need and Importance of Health.

3)      Aims and Objectives of Health Sciences.

 

Unit – III A) Types of Health.

 

1)  Physical    2) Mental    3) Family Health

4) Social        5) National Health

 

B)      Health Problems.

 

1) Individual        2) Family

3) Community     4) Educational Institutions.

 

C)      Functions of (WHO) i.e., World Health Organisation.

 

Unit – IV Controlling Body Weight.

 

1)      Dangers of Overweight.

2)      Ideal Weight

3)      Why Some Folks Are Fat

4)      How to lose Weight Sensibly.

5)      Value of Losing Weight.

6)      Watch Those High Calories

7)      Low Calories foods.

 

 

 

Unit – V Diet of the Athletes / Players

1) Vitamins – A, B, C, D.

 

Unit – VI Health Programme.

 

1)      Importance of Exercise Physical Activities in Daily Healthy Living.

2)      Effects of Tobaco Products on Individual and Social Health.

3)      Aids awairness and its Prevention.

4)      The Role of Govt. towards the Community Health.

 

Unit – VII Emergency Care (With Spl. Ref. to Games and Sports, Phy. Education)

 

A)     First-Aid

1) Handling an Injured Person / Player

2) Three Signs of Serious Injury.

3) Shock – How to Prevent Shock.

4) Bleeding Wounds.

5) Applying a Tourniquet.

6) Special types of Wounds.

 

B)      Fractures and Broken Bones.

1) Handling a Fracture

2) Applying Splints

3) Sprains and Bruises

4) Improvising a Stretcher.

 

C)      Tropical Diseases.

1) Malaria                     2) Black Water Fever            3) Dengue Fever

4) Yellow Fever             5) Relapsing Fever                 6) Infectiouys Jaundice

7) Typhus and spotted Fever                                      8) Q. Fever

9) Sleeping Sickness – Yaws.     10) Typhoid and Paratyphoid Fever.

11) Cholera.

 

Unit – VIII Yoga and Pranayama.

 

1)      Meaning, Nature and Scope, Importance of Yoga & Pranayama.

2)      Types of Yoga and Pranayama.

3)      Effects of Yoga and Pranayama of Health to dev. Wholesome dev. of Human Personality.

 

Unit – IX A) Use and Importance of Computer in the field of Games Sports and Physical Education.

B)      Use and Importance of Audio visual Aids in the field of Physical Education, Games and Sports through Every Angle.

C)      Importance of T. V. Media, T. V. Sports Channel, Yoga & Pranayama Channel.


 

Academic Calendar


(Practical Programme)
Sr.                          Event                         Monthly Programme
1                            Chess                          July-August – 2010
2                            Badminton                  July-August – 2010
3                            Kho-Kho                      August-September – 2010
4                            Kabaddi                      August-September – 2010
5                            Volley Ball                   September – October 2010
6                             Foot Ball                     September – October 2010
7                             Wrestling                    September – October – 2010
8                             Athletics                      September – October – 2010
9                            Wt. Lf. & Be. Phy.        November – December – 2010
10                          Hockey                         November – December – 2010
11                          Boring                          November – December – 2010
12                          Ball Badminton           December – 2010 – January – 2011
13                         Judo                              December – 2010 – January – 2011
14                        Cricket                          January – February – 2011
15                        Handball                       January – February – 2011

Books & Instruments Available

1) Scientific Principals of Sports Training      -  Mr. Kote, Mr. Joshi
2) Biomechanics, Applied Kinesiology           - Mr. Kote, Mr. Giriraj
and Physiology of Exercise
3) Milestones in the Marathon History             - Mr. Kote
of sports
4)  Test Measurement and Evaluation            - Mr. Kote, Dr. Mohd. Saber
5) Playing field manual                                     - Dr. R. L. Anand
6) Officiating Coaching                                    - Sieldar and Parihiar
7) Principles and History                                 - Kamlesh and Sangral Prakash
8) Track Making                                               - Dr. V. M. Sharma & Dr. Meena
9) Principles of Health Education                  - Dr. Turner
10) Organization and Administration            - J. P. Thomas
of Physical Education
11) Organization of Physical Education       - M. P. Joseph
12) Organization Administration and            - Prakash Brothers
Recreation in Physical Education
13) A Brief History of Physical                      - K. Rajgopalan
Education in India
14) Olympic Games and India                      - Sanyal
15) Officiating and Coaching                        - K. K. Agrawal


Future Plans

The department is planning to conduct a Major Research Project in the subject of physical education The department is willing to construct a modern gymnasium for the college3 students. The department is willing to organize the national level
games specially in Kabbadi. The dept is planning to make the sports popular
among the students.