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Syllabus for P. G. Entrance Test (M.P.Ed programme)
Total Marks: 60

Unit I Philosophical Perspective
i) Meaning, Definitions aims and objectives of Physical Education
ii) Nature, Scope and Philosophy of Physical Education
a) Idealism and Physical Education
b) Pragmatism and Physical Education
c) Naturalism and Physical Education
d) Realism and Physical Education

iii) Role of Physical Education in General Education (4)

Unit II Psychological Perspective
i) The psycho-physical unity of human organism
ii) Laws of learning their application to sports situations
iii) Theories of play, leaning stages, learning curves Transfer of training iv) Practical application of psychology of Physical Education (4)

Unit III Historical Perspective.
i) Physical Education in Ancient Greece
ii) Physical Education in Sparta
iii) Physical Education at Athens
iv) Contribution of Physical Education in U.S.A
v) Physical Education in India during ancient period
vi) Physical Education in Ancient Rome (4)

Unit IV International Movements in Sports
i) Olympic Games
ii) Asian Games
iii) Common Wealth Games (4)

Unit V Physical Education in the City States of Greece

i) Sparta:-
Physical Education in Sparta
The aim of Education in Sparta
Women in Sparta

ii) Athens:-
Education in Athens
Physical Education and Sports in Rome,
Gladiatorial Combats Circus. (4)

Unit VI Central Advisor4y Board of Physical Education & Recreation
i) National Discipline Scheme
ii) Kaualkapoor Committee
iii) National Physical Efficiency Drive

iv) Kunzuru Committee
v) All India Council of Sports
vi) Sports Authority of India (SAI)
vii) N. S. National Institute of Sports
viii) L. N. I. P. E. Institute of Sports
ix) National Sports Association/Federation Their composition and function
A. A. F. I, V. F. I, I. H. F (4)

Unit VII Muscles
Origin, Insertion and action of the following
a) Pectoralis Major
b) Pectoralis Minor
c) Serratus Anterior
d) Rectus Abdominus
e) Trapezium
f) Deltoid
g) Teres Major
h) Biceps (Bronchic)
i) Triceps
j) Latissimus Dorsi
k) Rectus Femories
l) Vestus Leteralis
m) Vestus Medialis
n) Vestus Intermedius
o) Sartorius
p) Biceps Femoris
q) Semimembranous r) Semitendinous
s) Gastrocemenous. (4)

Unit VIII Bio-Mechanics
Body lever and their types, Motion, Laws of Motion, Centre of Gravity, Equilibrium, Static and Dynamic Forces, its direction and application. (4)

Unit IX A. Introduction
Concept of Injuries and role of teaching in the prevention of injuries
B. Introduction
i) a) Sprains, Strains, Contusions, laceration and Abrasions
b) Fractures and Dislocations c) Internal Injuries

ii) Treatment with special references to
a) Ankle b) Elbow c) Wrist d) Knee e) Shoulder (4)

Unit X Officiating
i) Duties of Refree/Umpire, Programme during-game and Post-game regarding to rules, ground Rules and Ground Equipment.
ii) Score Sheets-games and Athletic events.
iii) Marking of Play field, with reference to following games
a) Football b) Hockey c) Kabaddi d) Kho-Khi
e) Volley Ball f) Basket Ball g) Badminton h) Handball
i) Cricket (4)

Unit XI Coaching
i) Meaning and Characteristics of Coaching
ii) Principles of Coaching
iii) Definition of Teaching, Training and Coaching
iv) Qualification and Qualities of a good Coach
v) Use of Psychology in coaching. (4)

Unit XII Planning
i) Planning-Meaning, Importance and Principles
ii) Types of Training Plans-Training Conception, Yearly Plan, Meso-Cycle Plan and Micro-Cycle Plan
iii) Preparation of Training Schedules-Weekly Schedules and monthly schedules

iv) Teaching Aids-

a) Audio Visual Aids b) Movies c) Radio d) Taperecorder
e) T.V. f) Filmstrips and Slides.
v) Criteria for the selection of players at school, District and University levels
vi) Warm up, its type and values. (4)

Unit XIII Human Body - I
i) Characteristics of living organism, Cell and its Parts, Cell Division, Cellular Basic of Living
ii) Skeletal System
The structure arrangement of skeleton-ribs, vertebral column and extremities, Difference in the Skeleton of men and women, Arches of the feet, General Classification of the joints of the body and example of each type, Type of Muscles in the body and their differences. Structural and Functional Posture, Postural defects and Remedies. (4)

Unit XIV Human Body - II
i) Circulatory System
Functions of the blood, Blood groups and Blood Transfusion, Clotting, Structure of the Heart, Properties of Heart, Circulation of Blood, Cardiac Cycle, Blood Pressure, Blood Vessels, Lymphatic Circulation and Pulse.
i) Respiratory System
The Respiratory passage, Lungs and their structure, Exchange of Gases in the Lungs, Mechanism of Respiration, Vital Capacity.
ii) Nervous System
The nervous functions of cerebrum and cerebral localization reflex, Arc Autonomic Nervous system and central nervous system. (4)

Unit XV Human Body - III
i) Digestive System
The organs of Digestion, their structure and functions, Digestion in Stomach and intestines, absorption and assimilation of food metabolism.
ii) Excretory System
The structure and functions of Kidneys and Skin
iii) Glandular System
The functions of Piluitary, Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal and Sex glands. (4)