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ORDINANCE
B.P.Ed. (Four Year Integrated Course) Part –I
SEMESTER SYSTEM
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An examination for the degree of B.P.Ed. (Four Year) integrated Course shall be held in eight
semesters to be known as First, Second, Third, fourth ,fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth in dates as may be
fixed by the Academic Council.
FIRST YEAR EXAMINATION
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(A)
(B)
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(A) The first examination will consist of two semester(semester-I&II )and shall be open to any
candidate who:(i)
Has been enrolled in a college admitted to the privileges of the University in the Faculty
of Education for the B.P.E. course during the academic year preceding the examination.
(ii)
Has passed +2 Examination of the Punjab School Education Board or any other
examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
(iii)
Has his name submitted to the Registrar by the Principal of the college, he has most
recently attended; and produces the following certificates signed by the Principal of the
college namely:
i.
Of good character.
ii.
Having attended not less than 75% (To be counted up to one month before the
commencement of the examination) of the total number of the lectures(A student
who is unable to appear in the examination owing to shortage in the prescribed
course of lecture in a subject or subjects may be allowed to appear at the following
examination, if he makes up the deficiency in the subject concerned by attending
lectures at a college admitted to the privilege of the Punjabi University) delivered in
each paper/subject/ Practical and 75% of the periods held during the academic year
Provided that deficiency in attendances may be condoned for special reasons, as per the relevant
ordinances or rules laid down by the University.
The College/Department shall be required to deliver at least 75% of the total number of lectures
prescribed for each paper /subject.
A candidate who, having attended the prescribed number of lectures does not appear in the
examination after completion of his lectures of having appeared in the examination has failed, may
be allowed to appear at any subsequent examination within a period of two years without attending
a fresh course of lectures.
(A)
Every candidate shall submit through the principal of the college, has most recently
attested ,his
application on the prescribed and a statement showing the subject (s) in
which he desires to be examined.
(B) Every candidate would be required to produce the following certificate signed by the
principal of the college recently joined before his/ her name is submitted to the Registrar to
sit in the University examination. :
‘Of having obtained, at the house examination held in December-January, at least 40%
marks in the aggregate of all subjects and 40% marks in each of the subjects prescribed.
In case a candidate could not appear in the house examination owing to
unavoidable circumstances or fails to secure the marks indicated above and desired to
appear in the University examination as a regular student, the Principal may at his
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discretion hold a special test for the candidate (s). Such a candidate would be required to
obtain at least 40% marks in the aggregate of all subjects and 40% marks in each of the
subjects prescribed.
The last date by which the Admission Form and fee must reach the Registrar as on the
dates notified by the Registrar.
The medium of examination in all the subjects shall be English, Hindi or Punjabi.
Provided that the use of English technical terms shall be permissible insetting the
question papers as well as in answering the questions.
The examination shall consist of two parts as under:
Part-A
:
Theory
Part-B
:
Skill and Prowess
Part-C
:
formal activity
The scheme of examination and syllabus for the course shall be as prescribed by the
Academic Council from time to time. Provided that the following categories of
candidates shall be allowed/ disallowed to clear the paper of Punjab in lieu of Punjabi as
per rules mentioned herein.
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(i)
Candidates who have passed their matriculation examination from a School located
outside the State of Punjab may be allowed to take up the subject of Punjabi mudla gyan
in lieu of Punjabi Compulsory.
(ii)
Candidates who have passed their Matriculation examination from a school located in the
State of Punjab will not be allowed to take up the subject of Punjabi mudla gyan in lieu of
Punjabi compulsory at the graduate level. This clause will not apply to students covered
by clause No.(iii) give below.
(iii)
Children of Defence personnel /Para military personnel (serving as well as retired) will
be allowed to take up the subject of Punjabi mudla gyan, provided the father or the
mother /guardian (in case father is deceased) of the candidate gives an affidavit that the
Candidate has not studied Punjabi at the School level.
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The minimum number of marks required to pass the examination shall be as under:
a. 40% in each paper of Part-A
b. 40% in Part-B (Skill and Prowess)
c. 40% in Part-C (Formal activity)
The grace marks shall be allowed according to the general ordinances relating to “Award of
Grace marks”.
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Provided further that a candidate failing in skill will be required to under go further training in
the college for another term of six months.
A candidate failing in Skills shall, however, be allowed to join the next higher class. The
result of the next higher class examination shall be declared after the declaration of the result in
Skills of the lower class. In case he fails in Skills, his result for the higher class examination shall
be cancelled.
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9.
10.
After the termination of the examination or as soon as may be the Registrar shall publish
a list of candidate who has passed. Each successful candidate shall be granted a
certificate of having passed the examination.
Results : Subject to fulfilment of requirement of House examinations, the attendance
requirements and these ordinances there will be no condition of passing papers for
promotion from odd semester to even semester in an Academic Session.
A candidate placed under reappear in any paper, will be allowed two chances to clear
the
reappear, which should be availed within consecutive two years/chances i.e. to pass in a paper
the candidate will have a total of three chances, one as regular student and two as reappear
candidate.
The examination of reappear papers of odd semester will be held with regular
examination of
the odd semester and reappear examination of the even semester will be held with regular
examination of even semester. But if a candidate is placed under reappear in the last semester of
the course, he will be provided chance to pass the reappear with the examination of the next
semester, provided
his reappear of lower semester does not go beyond next semester.
SECOND YEAR EXAMINATION
10 (A) The Second Examination will consist of two semesters (semester III&IV) shall be open to
candidate who:
(i)
Has passed the First examination for B.P.Ed. of this University.
(ii)
Has been enrolled in a college admitted to the privileges of the University in the faculty
of Education for the B.P.Ed. course during academic year, preceding the examination.
(iii)
Has his name submitted to the Registrar by the Principal of the college has most recently
attended.
(iv)
Produces the following certificate signed by the Principal of the college, namely:
a)
Of good character
b) Of having attended not less than 75% lectures
(A)
student who is unable to appear in the examination owing to shortage in the prescribed
course of lecture in a subject or subjects may be allowed to appear at the following
examination, if he makes up the deficiency in the subject concerned by attending lectures
at a college admitted to the privilege of the Punjabi University) of the total number of
lecturers delivered in each paper/ subject and 75% of the periods held in practical, may
work, in each paper/ subject during the academic year.
The college/department shall be required to deliver at least 75% of the total number of
lectures prescribed for each paper/subject.
Provided that a deficiency in the number of lectures may be condoned under the rules
framed in this behalf. Of having satisfactorily performed the work of the class.
- A candidate who, having attended the prescribed number of lectures ,does not appear in
the examination after completion of lectures, or having appeared in the examination has
failed may be allowed to appear at any subsequent examination within a period of two
years without attending a fresh course of lectures.
- A candidate who is unable to clear the examination within four consecutive chances
shall not be allowed to continue for the B.P.E. course, provided that a candidate who is
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unable to appear in one or more chances owing to illness will be given the next
succeeding one or more chances missed by him on application accompanied by a
medical certificate duly recommend by the Principal of the college, as per ordinances on
the subject.
11.
(i)
Every candidate shall submit, through the Principal of the college his most recently
attested application on the prescribed from accompanied by examination fee as prescribed and a
statement showing the subject in which he desires to be examined.
(ii)
Every candidate would be required to produce the following certificate signed by the
Principal of the college recently joined before his/her name is submitted to the Registrar to sit in
the University Examination:
Of having obtained, at a house examination held in December-January, at least 40%
marks in the aggregate of all subjects and 20% marks in each of the subjects prescribed.
In case a candidate could not appear in the house examination owing to unavoidable
circumstances or fails to secure the marks indicate above and desires to appear in the University
examination as a regular student, the Principal may at his discretion hold a special test for the
candidate (s). Such a candidate would be required to obtain at least 40% marks in the aggregate of
all subjects and 25% marks in each of the subjects prescribed.
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The last date by which the Admission Form and fee must reach the Registrar as on the dates
notified by the Registrar.
The medium of examination shall be English or Punjabi. The question papers shall be set both in
English and Punjabi Language .Provided that the use of English technical terms shall be
permissible in setting the question as well as in answering the question.
The scheme of examination and syllabus for the course shall be as prescribed by the Academic
Council from time to time.
The examination shall consist of three parts as under:
Part
A
Theory
Part
B
Skill and Prowess
Part
C
Formal activity
Provided that the following categories of candidates shall be allowed/disallowed to opt for the
paper of Punjabi mudla gyan in lieu of Punjabi (compulsory) as per rules mentioned herein.
(i)
Candidate who have passed their Matriculation examination from a school located
outside the State of Punjab may be allowed to take up the subject of Punjabi mudla gyan
of Punjabi Compulsory.
(ii)
Candidates who have passed their Matriculation examination from a school located in the
State of Punjab will not be allowed to take up the subject of Punjabi mudla gyan in lieu
of Punjabi compulsory at the graduate level. This clause will not apply to students
covered by clause No.(iii) give below.
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(iii)
Children of Defence personnel/Para military personnel (serving as well as retired) will be
allowed to take up the subject to Punjabi mudla gyan , provided the father or the
mother/guardian in case father is deceased) of the candidate gives an affidavit that the
Candidate has not studied Punjabi at the School level.
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18.
20.
The minimum number of marks required to pass the examination shall be as under:
(a) 40% in each paper Part-A(Theory)
(b) 40% in Part-B (Skill and Prowess)
(c) 40% in Part-B (formal activity)
The grace marks shall be allowed according to the general ordinances relating to “Award of
Grace Marks”.
A candidate who fails in one part of the examination at one and the same attempt shall be
permitted to appear at any subsequent examination in the part in which he failed, on payment
of prescribed fee one each occasion without being required to attend fresh classes. If he fails
in not more than one theory paper subject and a secure at least 40% marks in the aggregate of
the remaining theory papers/subjects, he shall be allowed exemption in such paper(s). In case
a candidate fails in more than one theory paper; his result shall be declared as ‘Fail’ in Theory
part of the examination.
After the termination of the examination or as soon as may be the Registrar shall
publish a list of candidate who has passed. Each successful candidate shall be granted
a certificate of having passed the examination.
Results : Subject to fulfilment of requirement of House examinations, the attendance
requirements and these ordinances there will be no condition of passing papers for
promotion from odd semester to even semester in an Academic Session.
A candidate placed under reappear in any paper, will be allowed two chances to clear
the
reappear, which should be availed within consecutive two years/chances i.e. to pass in a paper
the candidate will have a total of three chances, one as regular student and two as reappear
candidate.
The examination of reappear papers of odd semester will be held with regular
examination of
the odd semester and reappear examination of the even semester will be held with regular
examination of even semester. But if a candidate is placed under reappear in the last semester of
the course, he will be provided chance to pass the reappear with the examination of the next
semester, provided
his reappear of lower semester does not go beyond next semester.
THIRD YEAR EXAMINATION
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The Third examination will be consist of tow semester (semester V & VI) shall be open to any
candidate who:
(i)
Has passed previously the Third examination for B.P.Ed. of this University.
(ii)
Has been enrolled in a college admitted to the privileges of the University in the
faculty of the Education for B.P.Ed. course, during the academic year preceding
the examination.
(iii)
Has his name submitted to the Registrar by the Principal of the college, he has
most recently attended.
(iv)
Produces the following certificates signed by the Principal of the college namely:
a) Of good character;
b) Of having attended not less than 75%* of the total number of
lectures delivered in each paper/subject and 75% of the periods held
in practical, map work on each paper/subject during the academic
year.
The college/department shall be required to deliver at least 75% of
total number of lectures prescribed for each paper/subject. Provided
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that a deficiency in the number of lectures may be condone under the
rules framed in this behalf.
c) Of having satisfactory performed the work of the class. A candidate
who, having attended the prescribed number of lectures, does not
appear in the examination after the completion of his lectures, or
having appeared in the examination has failed, may be allowed to
appear at any subsequent examination within a period of two years
without attending a fresh course of lectures.
20
(i)
Every candidate shall submit, through the Principal of the college he has
most recently attended, his application on the prescribed from
accompanied by prescribed examination fee and a statement showing the
subjects in which he desires to be examined.
(ii)
Every candidate would be required to produce the following certificate
signed by the Principal of the college recently joined before his/her name
is submitted to the Registrar to sit in the University examination.
* A student who is unable to appear in the examination owing to shortage in the
prescribed course of lecture in a subject or subjects may be allowed to appear at the
following examination, if he makes up the deficiency in the subject concerned by
attending lectures at a college admitted to the privilege of the Punjabi University.
In case a candidate could not appear in the house examination owing to unavoidable
circumstances or fails to secure the marks indicated above and desires to appear in the
University examination as a regular student, the Principal may at his description hold a
special test for the candidate(s). Such a candidate would be required to obtain at least
33% marks in each of the subject prescribed.
21. The last date by which the Admission Form and fee must reach the Registrar as on the dates
notified by the Registrar.
22 The medium of examination shall be English or Punjabi. Question papers shall be set both in
English and Punjabi languages. Provided that use of English technical terms shall be permissible
in setting the question papers as well as in answering the questions.
23 The examination shall consist of four parts as under
Part
-A
:
Theory
Part
-B
:
Formal activity.
Part
-C
:
Skill and Prowess.
Part
-D
:
Teaching practice
24 The minimum number of marks required to pass the examination as under:
(a)
40% in each paper of Part-A (Theory)
(b)
40% in Part-B (Skill& prowess)
(c)
40% in Part-C (Formal activity)
(d)
40% in Part-D (Teaching Practice)
The grace marks shall be allowed according to the general ordinances relating to “Award of
Grace Marks”.
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25 The scheme of Examination and syllabus for the course shall be as prescribed by the Academic
council from time to time.
26 A candidate who fails in one part of the examination at one and the same attempt shall be
permitted t appear at any subsequent examination in the part in which he failed, on payment of
prescribed fee on each occasion without being required to attend fresh classes. If he fails in not
more than one theory paper /subject and secure at least 40% marks in the aggregate of the
remaining theory papers/subjects, he shall be allowed exemption in such papers(s)/subject(s). In
case a candidate fails in more than one theory paper, his result shall be declared as ‘Fail’ in
Theory part of the examination.
A candidate placed under reappear shall be allowed a maximum of two subsequent consecutive
additional chances to clear the reappear theory paper failing which his result for the examination
will be shown as ‘Fail’ and such a candidate will be required to repeat the examination de-novo.
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28.
After the termination of the examination or as soon as may be the Registrar shall publish
a list of candidate who has passed. Each successful candidate shall be granted a
certificate of having passed the examination.
Results : Subject to fulfilment of requirement of House examinations, the attendance
requirements and these ordinances there will be no condition of passing papers for
promotion from odd semester to even semester in an Academic Session.
A candidate placed under reappear in any paper, will be allowed two chances to clear
the
reappear, which should be availed within consecutive two years/chances i.e. to pass in a paper
the candidate will have a total of three chances, one as regular student and two as reappear
candidate.
The examination of reappear papers of odd semester will be held with regular
examination of
the odd semester and reappear examination of the even semester will be held with regular
examination of even semester. But if a candidate is placed under reappear in the last semester of
the course, he will be provided chance to pass the reappear with the examination of the next
semester, provided
his reappear of lower semester does not go beyond next semester.
FOURTH YEAR EXAMINATION
29. The fourth examination will consist of two semester(semester VI&VIII). shall be open to any
candidate who:
(i)
Has passed previously the Final examination for B.P.E. of this University.
(ii)
Has been enrolled in a college admitted to the privileges of the University in the faculty
of the education
for B.P.E. course, during the academic year preceding the examination.
(iv)
Has his name submitted to the Registrar by the Principal of the college, he has most
recently attended.
(v)
Produces the following certificates signed by the Principal of the college namely:
i. Of good character;
ii. Of having attended not less than 75% *of the total number of lectures delivered
in each paper/subject and 75% of the periods held in practical, map work on each
paper/subject during the academic year.
The college/department shall be required to deliver at least 75% of total number
of lectures prescribed for each paper/subject. Provided that a deficiency in the
number of lectures may be condone under the rules framed in this behalf.
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iii. Of having satisfactory performed the work of the class. A candidate who, having
attended the prescribed number of lectures, does not appear in the examination
after the completion of his lectures, or having appeared in the examination has
failed, may be allowed to appear at any subsequent examination within a period
of two years without attending a fresh course of lectures.
(i)
Every candidate shall submit, through the Principal of the college he has most
recently attended, his application on the prescribed from accompanied by
prescribed examination fee and a statement showing the subjects in which he
desires to be examined.
(ii)
32.
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34
35
Every candidate would be required to produce the following certificate signed by
the Principal of the college recently joined before his/her name is submitted to
the Registrar to sit in the University examination.
*A student who is unable to appear in the examination owing to shortage in the
prescribed course of lecture in a subject or subjects may be allowed to appear at
the following examination, if he makes up the deficiency in the subject
concerned by attending lectures at a college admitted to the privilege of the
Punjabi University.
In case a candidate could not appear in the house examination owing to
unavoidable circumstances or fails to secure the marks indicated above and
desires to appear in the University examination as a regular student, the Principal
may at his description hold a special test for the candidate(s). Such a candidate
would be required to obtain at least 40% marks in each of the subject prescribed.
The last date by which the Admission Form and fee must reach the Registrar as on the dates
notified by the Registrar.
The medium of examination shall be English or Punjabi. Question papers shall be set both in
English and Punjabi languages . Provided that use of English technical terms shall be
permissible in setting the question papers as well as in answering the questions.
The examination shall consist of Three parts as under:
Part
-A
:
Theory
Part
-E
:
Compulsory Fields of Specializations.
Part
-F
:
Projects.
The minimum number of marks required to pass the examination as under:
(a)
40% in each paper of Part-A (Theory)
(b)
40% in Part-B (Compulsory Fields of Specializations.)
(c)
40% in Part-C (Projects)
The grace marks shall be allowed according to the general ordinances relating to “Award of
Grace Marks”.
i. The scheme of Examination and syllabus for the course shall be as prescribed by
the Academic council from time to time.
ii. A candidate who fails in one part of the examination at one and the same attempt
shall be permitted t appear at any subsequent examination in the part in which he
failed, on payment of prescribed fee on each occasion without being required to
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attend fresh classes. If he fails in not more than one theory paper /subject and
secure at least 40% marks in the aggregate of the remaining theory
papers/subjects, he shall be allowed exemption in such papers(s)/subject(s). In
case a candidate fails in more than one theory paper, his result shall be declared
as ‘Fail’ in Theory part of the examination.
36.
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38.
39.
40.
After the termination of the examination or as soon as may be the Registrar shall publish
a list of candidate who has passed. Each successful candidate shall be granted a
certificate of having passed the examination.
Results : Subject to fulfilment of requirement of House examinations, the attendance
requirements and these ordinances there will be no condition of passing papers for promotion
from odd semester to even semester in an Academic Session.
A candidate placed under reappear in any paper, will be allowed two chances to clear
the
reappear, which should be availed within consecutive two years/chances i.e. to pass in a paper
the candidate will have a total of three chances, one as regular student and two as reappear
candidate.
The examination of reappear papers of odd semester will be held with regular
examination of
the odd semester and reappear examination of the even semester will be held with regular
examination of even semester. But if a candidate is placed under reappear in the last semester of
the course, he will be provided chance to pass the reappear with the examination of the next
semester, provided
his reappear of lower semester does not go beyond next semester.
The candidate after successfully completing the two year diploma in physical education (D.P.Ed) is
eligible for the lateral entry to the B.P.Ed IV year course provided the college should get the
permission from NCTE. The admission in lateral entry will be given in third year of the above
mentioned class. Further the candidate has to qualify the deficit subjects only after he/she will be
declared successful in completing the Bachelor degree in physical education (four year). For the
lateral entry only 20% seats will be reserved provided the college has vacant seats in the above
said class for lateral entry. The number of seats should not exceed as per the norms of NCTE. The
college should send the copy of lateral entry candidates to the controller examination Punjabi
university and chairman. Board of studies in physical education, dept of physical education for
verifation and approval.
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Scheme for B.P.Ed. ( 4 year course) Semester System Session 2014- 2015 and 2015-2016,2016-17
PART – A
PART – B
PART – C
PART-D
PART - E
PART-F
Total
Theory Papers
Skill & Prowess
Formal Activity
Practice of Teaching
Specialization
Project
2900 Marks
600 Marks
80 Marks
500 Marks
400 Marks
200 marks
4680
B.P. Ed. Part- I ( Semester – I)
Part-A (Theory)
Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess) Part-C ( Formal Activity)
Total
Part-A (Theory)
Paper
Title of the Subjects with Code
External
350 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
20 (Marks)
420(Marks)
350 (Marks)
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-I
English and Communication Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-II
History of Physical Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-III
Foundations of Physical Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-IV
General Science
76
24
05 Hrs
Part-B (Skills and Prowess)
50(Internal)
Game
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Basketball
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
20
05 Hrs
Kabaddi
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Football
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Athletics
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Sprints
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
20
05 Hrs
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Long jump
10
Contents to be covered for games & athletics.
a)
Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event.
b)
Main tournaments organized at National and International level.
c)
Records/Statistics of the game /track and field event at world, Olympic, Asia, National.
d)
Awardees in the game/athletics.
e)
Books and magazines of the game /track and field.
f)
Officiating.
i)
Play area dimensions/track and field.
ii)
Equipment specifications
iii)
Rules of the game/track and Field and their interpretation.
iv)
Duties of the concerned officials.
g)
Fundamental skills /Techniques.
Note : 10 Marks for each game (4 for skill and 6 for proficiency in game situation . )
Each activity will be continued for 21 working days.
Part-C (FORMAL ACTIVITY )
Practical
Contents of Games and
Sports
20 (Marks)
Internal Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Drill Marching &
Teaching of Fundamentals
20
02
Fundamental Positions
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department.
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B.P. Ed. Part- I ( Semester – II)
Part-A (Theory)
Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess) Part-C ( Formal Activity)
Total
Part-A (Theory)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
350 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
20 (Marks)
420(Marks)
350 (Marks)
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-V
English and Communication
Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-VI
Educational Psychology
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-VII
Recreation
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-VIII
Punjabi
76
24
05 Hrs
Part-B (Skills and Prowess)
50(Internal)
Game
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
20
05 Hrs
Handball
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
Gymnastics
-do-
20
05 Hrs
wrestling
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Athletics
Practical
Hurdles
Triple jump
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching
Hrs
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of Fields
20
05 Hrs
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Contents to be covered for games & athletics.
a)
Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event.
b)
Main tournaments organized at National and International level.
c)
Records/Statistics of the game /track and field event at world, Olympic, Asia, National.
d)
Awardees in the game/athletics.
e)
Books and magazines of the game /track and field.
f)
Officiating.
i)
Play area dimensions/track and field.
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g)
ii)
Equipment specifications
iii)
Rules of the game/track and Field and their interpretation.
iv)
Duties of the concerned officials.
Fundamental skills /Techniques.
Note : 10 Marks for each game (4 for skill and 6 for proficiency in game situation . )
Each activity will be continued for 21 working days.
Part-C (FORMAL ACTIVITY )
Practical
Contents of Games and
Sports
Internal Assessment
20 (Marks)
Teaching Hrs
Calisthenics(Exercise
Teaching of Fundamentals
20
5 hrs
table, Mass P.T, )
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department.
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B.P. Ed. Part-II — Semester – III
Part-A (Theory)
Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess) Part-C ( Formal Activity)
Total
-
350 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
20 (Marks)
420(Marks)
-
Part-A (Theory)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
350 (Marks)
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-IX
English and Communication
Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-X
Anatomy and Physiology
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XI
Educational Technology
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XII
Professional Preparation
76
24
05 Hrs
Part-B (Skills and Prowess)
100(Internal)
Game
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Weight Training
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
20
05 Hrs
Hockey
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Badminton
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Athletics
Practical
Middle distance
High jump
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching
Hrs
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of Fields
20
05 Hrs
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Contents to be covered for games & athletics.
a)
Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event.
b)
Main tournaments organized at National and International level.
c)
Records/Statistics of the game /track and field event at world, Olympic, Asia, National.
d)
Awardees in the game/athletics.
e)
Books and magazines of the game /track and field.
f)
Officiating.
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g)
i)
Play area dimensions/track and field.
ii)
Equipment specifications
iii)
Rules of the game/track and Field and their interpretation.
iv)
Duties of the concerned officials.
Fundamental skills /Techniques.
Note : 10 Marks for each game (4 for skill and 6 for proficiency in game situation . )
Each activity will be continued for 21 working days.
Part-C (FORMAL ACTIVITY )
Practical
Contents of Games and
Sports
Internal Assessment
20 (Marks)
Teaching Hrs
Dumbell & Lazium
Teaching of Fundamentals
20
02
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department.
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B.P. Ed. Part- II ( Semester – IV)
Part-A (Theory)
Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess) Part-C ( Formal Activity)
Total
-
350 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
20 (Marks)
420(Marks)
-
Part-A (Theory)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
350 (Marks)
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-XIII
English and Communication Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-XIV
Pun1jabi
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XV
Sports Psychology
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XVI
Teaching Methodology in Physical
Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Part-B (Skills and Prowess)
100(Internal)
Game
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Volleyball
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
20
05 Hrs
Cricket
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Table tennis
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Athletics
Practical
Relays
Javelin throw
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching
Hrs
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of Fields
20
05 Hrs
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Contents to be covered for games & athletics.
a)
Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event.
b)
Main tournaments organized at National and International level.
c)
Records/Statistics of the game /track and field event at world, Olympic, Asia, National.
d)
Awardees in the game/athletics.
e)
Books and magazines of the game /track and field.
f)
Officiating.
i)
Play area dimensions/track and field.
ii)
Equipment specifications
iii)
Rules of the game/track and Field and their interpretation.
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g)
iv)
Duties of the concerned officials.
Fundamental skills /Techniques.
Note : 10 Marks for each game (4 for skill and 6 for proficiency in game situation . )
Each activity will be continued for 21 working days.
Part-C (FORMAL ACTIVITY )
Practical
Contents of Games and
Sports
Internal Assessment
20 (Marks)
Teaching Hrs
Aerobics
Teaching of Fundamentals
20
02
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the he
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B.P. Ed. Part- III ( Semester – V)
Part-A (Theory)
Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess) Part-D (Teaching Practice)
Total
Part-A (Theory)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
Internal
350 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
225 (Marks)
625 (Marks)
350 (Marks)
Teaching Hrs
Paper-XVII
English and
Communication Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-XVIII
Kinesiology
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XIX
Officiating & coaching
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XX
Tests, Measurement and
Evaluation
76
24
05 Hrs
Part-B (Skills and Prowess)
100(Internal)
Game
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Softball
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
20
05 Hrs
Yoga
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Kho-kho
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Athletics
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching
Hrs
Long distance
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of Fields
20
05 Hrs
Hammer throw
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Contents to be covered for games & athletics.
a)
Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event.
b)
Main tournaments organized at National and International level.
c)
Records/Statistics of the game /track and field event at world, Olympic, Asia, National.
d)
Awardees in the game/athletics.
e)
Books and magazines of the game /track and field.
f)
Officiating.
i)
Play area dimensions/track and field.
ii)
Equipment specifications
iii)
Rules of the game/track and Field and their interpretation.
iv)
Duties of the concerned officials.
g)
Fundamental skills /Techniques.
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Note : 10 Marks for each game (4 for skill and 6 for proficiency in game situation . )
Each activity will be continued for 21 working days.
Part-D (Teaching Practice)
300 (Marks)
Paper
Title of the subject
Internal
Evaluation
External
Evaluation
Teaching
Practice
Formal Lesson – 5 lessons
25
75
Teaching
Practice
Movement Lesson – 5 lessons
25
75
Teaching
Practice
Theory Lesson – 5 lessons
25
75
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department and external evaluation will be done by external examiner.
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department.
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B.P. Ed. Part- III (Semester – VI)
Part-A (Theory)
Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess)
Part- D (Teaching Practice)
Total
-
PART-A (Theory)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
350 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
200 (Marks)
600 (Marks)
350 Marks
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-XXI
English and
Communication Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-XXII
Fundamentals of Computer
Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XXIII
Health Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XXIV
Biomechanics
76
24
05 Hrs
Part-B (Skills and Prowess)
100(Internal)
Game
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Internal
Assessment
Teaching Hrs
Tennis
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of
Fields
20
05 Hrs
Judo
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Boxing
-do-
20
05 Hrs
Athletics
Practical
Contents of Games and Sports
Steeple chase
Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and
Regulations and Measurements of Fields
Discuss throw
-do-
Internal
Assessment
Teaching
Hrs
20
05 Hrs
20
05 Hrs
Contents to be covered for games & athletics.
a)
Historical development of the concerned game/track and field event.
b)
Main tournaments organized at National and International level.
c)
Records/Statistics of the game /track and field event at world, Olympic, Asia, National.
d)
Awardees in the game/athletics.
e)
Books and magazines of the game /track and field.
f)
Officiating.
i)
Play area dimensions/track and field.
ii)
Equipment specifications
iii)
Rules of the game/track and Field and their interpretation.
20
g)
iv)
Duties of the concerned officials.
Fundamental skills /Techniques.
Note : 10 Marks for each game (4 for skill and 6 for proficiency in game situation . )
Each activity will be continued for 21 working days.
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department.
Part-D (Teaching Practice & Officiating)
Paper
200 (Marks)
Title of the subject
Internal
Evaluation
External
Evaluation
Teaching &
Officiating
Game Lesson – 5 lessons
25
75
Teaching &
officiating
Athletic Lesson – 5 lessons
25
75
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department and external evaluation will be done by external examiner.
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B.P. Ed. Part- IV (Semester – VII)
Part-A (Theory)
Part- E (Compulsory Fields of Specializations)
Total
-
400 (Marks)
200 (Marks)
600 (Marks)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
Paper-XXV
Sports Sociology
76
24
5 hrs
Paper-XXVI
Sports Journalism
76
24
5 hrs
Paper-XXVII
Yoga and Meditation
76
24
5 hrs
Paper-XXVIII
Sports Training
76
24
5 hrs
Part- E (Compulsory Fields of Specializations)
Specializations
Athletics
Game (A Game of Choice of the
Student (Hockey, Football,
Basketball,Gymnastic,softball
Volleyball, Cricket, Badminton,
Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Boxing and
Lawn Tennis as per the syllabus
Internal
Teaching Hrs
400 (Marks)
Contents of
Specializations
Coaching and Officiating
-do-
Note: The external evaluation will be done by external examiner.
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Internal Assessment
200
200
B.P. Ed. Part- IV (Semester – VIII)
Part-A (Theory)
Part-F (Project Work)
Total
-
400 (Marks)
100 (Marks)
500 (Marks)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-XXIX
Kinanthropometry
76
240
05 Hrs
Paper-XXX
Sports Management
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XXXI
Applied Physiotherapy
and Rehabilitations
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-XXXII
Exercise Physiology
76
24
05 Hrs
B.P. Ed – Semester - VIII
Part-B (Projects)
Projects
 Marking of Track
&Play Fields.
 Conduct of Athletic
meet
 Conduct of
Tournaments.
 Picnic/ Trekking
 Flag Hosting.
Contents of Projects
Preparation & Marking of
following games (Athletics,
Hockey, Football, Basketball,
Volleyball, Cricket,
Badminton, Kabaddi, KhoKho, Boxing and Lawn
Tennis)
200 (Marks)
Internal Assessment
200
Note: The internal evaluation will be done by a panel of three members appointed by the head of
the department.
B.P. Ed – Semester - VIII
Part E (Internship)
Internship of three months duration is compulsory in the schools for which A CERTIFICATE
will be issued by the Principal of the school stating that so and so has completed his / her internship of
three months duration from ________ to _______ at __________ school. If candidate does not fulfil the
requirements of internship his/ her degree will not be issued.
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B.P. Ed. Part- I ( Semester – I)
Part-A (Theory)
350 (Marks)
Paper
Title of the Subjects with Code
External
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-I
English and Communication Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-II
History of Physical Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-III
Foundations of Physical Education
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-IV
General Science
76
24
05 Hrs
PAPER- I : ENGLISH AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Duration of the Paper: 03 hours
Maximum marks: 50 Marks
Theory:40 Marks
Int.Asst. 10 Marks
INTSTRUCTION FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt all questions.
Text Book 'Aspect of English Prose' edited by Sh. O.P. Mohan (only first ten Topics.
Chapter No. 2 The Faithful Friends, Chapter No. 7 Wemmick's Walworth Sentiments and
Chapter No.9 The Open Window are deleted and will not be the part of Syllabus).The
candidate will be required to attempt any two questions out of the given four.
Q 1& 2.The questions should be regarding the narration of incidents. Summary of the topic,
character sketch of the main characters in the given topic. No critical question should be
asked.
2x10 = 20 Marks
Q3
Essay: five or six topics to be given, out of which three topics should be related to
Sports/physical education.
10 Marks
Q 4.
Comprehension of passage (from the prescribed text)
10 Marks
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PAPER-II : HISTORY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Time allowed: 3 Hours
Max Marks: 100
(External: 76, Internal: 24)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER AND STUDENTS:
a) There shall be nine questions in all.
b) First question is compulsory. It will contain 14 short answer type questions, spread over the
whole syllabus to be answered in brief. It will carry 28 marks i.e., two marks each question. All
questions are compulsory. (2×14 = 28 Marks)
c) Rest of the paper shall contain two units for descriptive questions. Each unit shall have four
questions and the students shall be given internal choice i.e. the students shall attempt two
question from each unit. (12×4= 48 Marks)
UNIT-1
1. Teacher Education Programmes in Physical Education offered in Indian Institutions:
YMCA Madras, LNIPE Gwalior, Christian College of Physical Education, Lucknow, HVPM
Amaravati, Panjab University, Chandigarh and its Affiliated Colleges, Government
College of Physical Education, Patiala.
2. Sports Authority of India its Scope and Functions.
3. Contribution of Indian leaders in the field of Physical Education and Sports : Sh. H.C.
Buck, Prof. D.G. Wakharkar, Dr. P.M. Joseph, Dr. J.P. Thomas, Prof S.R. Mahindroo, Prof.
Karan Singh and Prof. Ajmer Singh.
4. Physical Education and Sports in Ancient India; Vedic Period, Epic Period, Buddhist
Period, Rajput Period, Mughal Period and British Period.
UNIT-II
1. Physical Education and Sports in India after Independence:Contribution of Akhadas and
Vyayamshalas, Association of Indian Universities (AIU)-its role in the development and
promotion of games and sports in the affiliated Universities and Colleges of the country, Raj
Kumari Amrit Kaur Coaching Scheme (1953), Central Advisory Board of Physical Education
and Recreation (1954), All India Council of Sports – 1954, National Plan of Physical
Education and Recreation- 1956, Adhoc Enquiry Committee – 1958, Kaul Kapoor
Committee, National Fitness Corps – 1959,Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports
(NSNIS)-.1961, National Sports Organisation / Association, Recommendation of Education
Commission (Kothari Commission) 1964-66,Panchyat Yuva Krida aur Khel AbhiyanNational Rural Sports Programme-2009, National Playing Fields Association of
India(NPFAI)-2009 and Accountability of National Sports Federations(NSFs)-2010.
2. Olympic games : Ancient Olympic Games and Modern Olympic Games; and India.
3. Asian Games and Commonwealth Games; and India
4. Afro Asian Games and S.A.F. Games; and India
5. National School Games and SGFI and National Games.
6. National Sports Awards :(Rajiv Khel Ratna Award, Arjuna Award, Darohnacharya Award,
Dhyan Chand Award Maharaja Ranjit award and Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy).
REFERNCE BOOKS:
Don Marrow, “Sports History” (2006) Human Kinetic Publisher inc.
Lal, D.C. “History of Physical Education and Sports” (2006) Sports Publication, G-6, 23/23B
EMCA House, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj New Delhi.
Mishra, Sharad “Reading in Physical Education and Sports”(2006) Sports Publication, G-6,
23/23B EMCA House, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj New Delhi.
Singh Ajmer and et al, “Essential of Physical Education” (2010) Kalyani Publisher B-1/292,
Rajinder Nagar Ludhiana Punjab.
Tirunaryanan & S. Harisharasarma, (1998) “An Analytical History of Physical Education”.
Eraz Ahmed Khan, “History of Physical Education” (1964)
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PAPER-III: FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Time allowed: 3 Hours
Max Marks: 100
(External: 76, Internal: 24)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER AND STUDENTS:
a) There shall be nine questions in all.
b) First question is compulsory. It will contain 14 short answer type questions, spread over the
whole syllabus to be answered in brief. It will carry 28 marks i.e., two marks each question. All
questions are compulsory. (2×14 = 28 Marks)
c) Rest of the paper shall contain two units for descriptive questions. Each unit shall have four
questions and the students shall be given internal choice i.e. the students shall attempt two
question from each unit. (12×4= 48 Marks)
UNIT-1
1. Definition of Terms: Physical Education, Physical Training, Physical Culture, Teaching and
Coaching. Meaning, aim, objectives and scope of Physical Education and Contribution of
Physical Education to Education.
2. Objectives of physical education at different levels of Education: (i)Elementary Education.
(ii)Primary Education. (iii)Secondary Education and (iv)Higher Education
3. Philosophies: Meaning and nature of Educational Philosophies (Naturalism, Idealism,
Pragmatism, Realism, Existentialism) and their application to physical education.
4. Evolution of games and sports: Games and Sports as man’s cultural heritage.
5. Role of Physical Education in context to social problems: unemployment, youth unrest, drugs,
and health related problems.
UNIT-II
1. Evolution of man: biped position, its advantages and disadvantages, Activities as the physical
basis of life.
2. Body Types: meaning, types and their implication in Physical Education and Sports.
3. Sex differences: sex differences on account of chronological age, anatomical age, physiological
age and mental age and their implication in Physical activities and sports.
4. Theories of learning: traditional and modern and their complications to the field of Physical
Education
5. Play: meaning, definition, theories of Play and their implications in the promotion of sports.
6. Economy, politics and sports: Role of economy and national and international politics in the
promotion of Physical Education and Sports.
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REFERNCE BOOKS:
Singh Ajmer and et al, “Essential of physical Education” (2007) 3rd edition, Kalyani
Publisher B-1/292, Rajinder Nagar Ludhiana Punjab.
Gupta, A.K. and Narang, Priyanka “Facts and Foundation in Physical Education” (2006-07)
Sports Publication, G-6, 23/23B EMCA House, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj New Delhi.
Vaidhya, Rajesh “Principles of Physical Education” (2006) Sports Publication, G-6, 23/23B
EMCA House, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj New Delhi.
Sharma, Sita Ram “Sociological Foundation in Physical Education and Sports”(2004) Friends
Publication, 6, Mukerjee Tower, Dr. Mukerjee Nagar-Delhi.
Bucher A Charles and Wuest Deborah A , “Foundation of Physical Education and Sports” (1998)
10th edition St. Louis Times Mirror, Mosby College Publishing.
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PAPER-IV: GENERAL SCIENCE
Time allowed: 3 Hours
Max Marks: 100
(External: 76, Internal: 24)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER AND STUDENTS:
a) There shall be nine questions in all.
b) First question is compulsory. It will contain 14 short answer type questions, spread over the
whole syllabus to be answered in brief. It will carry 28 marks i.e., two marks each question. All
questions are compulsory. (2×14 = 28 Marks)
c) Rest of the paper shall contain two units for descriptive questions. Each unit shall have four
questions and the students shall be given internal choice i.e. the students shall attempt two
question from each unit. (12×4= 48 Marks)
UNIT I
1. Life:- Living and non-living things, their differences, Cells-differences between plants
and animals, Interdependence of plants and animals, Reproduction in plants and animals.
Sexual, asexual Budding and Vegetative propagation, germination, its conditions ,
irritability, organic evolution and its proofs.
2. Air:- Properties of air, uses of air, atmospheric pressure, composition of air,
3. Water:- Natural water-sources, mineral water, drinking water, physical and chemical
properties of water, purification of water, hard and soft water, causes of hardness and
their removal, harms of hard water, Archimedes is principles.
4. Matter: Matter, Atom, Molecule, Element, Compound, Mixture, Acid, Base and Salt.
5. Metals and Non-Metals:-Definitions of metal and non metals. Distinction between
them and their general physical properties.
6. Alloys:-Definition, alloys of iron, copper and aluminium
7. Sulphur:-Three kinds of sulphur, properties and uses.
8. Phosphorus: Three kinds of phosphorus, properties and uses.
UNIT II
1. Nutrition's:-Balance diet, its components, their sources and functions.
2. Properties of Gases: Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon-dioxide- occurrence, preparation ,
properties and uses.
3. Heat:-Sources, Transmission of heat-conduction, convection and radiation, Specific heat,
Thermal capacity and latent heat.
4. Expansion:-Linear superficial and Cubical. Processes of melting, boiling and
Evaporation.
5. Light:-Luminous, Non-luminous, Transparent and translucent bodies. Refractive index.
6. Magnetism and Electricity:-Magnet and their properties, Static electricity, charge
current, Electrostatic field, Gold Leaf electroscope. Its functioning and uses, leclenche
cell, dry cell, Electric terms-volt, Amphere, Resistance, Ohm ,AC,DC.
7. Lever:-Different types of lever and their mechanical advantages.
8. Equilibrium:-Types and principles of equilibrium and stability.
9. Motion:Type of motion, Newton’s law of motion, Linear and angular acceleration speed
and velocity
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B.P. Ed. Part- I ( Semester – II)
Part-A (Theory)
350 (Marks)
Paper
Title of the Subjects
External
Internal
Teaching Hrs
Paper-V
English and Communication
Skills
40
10
05 Hrs
Paper-VI
Educational Psychology
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-VII
Recreation
76
24
05 Hrs
Paper-VIII
Punjabi
76
24
05 Hrs
PAPER- V : ENGLISH AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Duration of the Paper: 03 hours
Maximum marks: 50 Marks
Theory:40 Marks
Int.Asst. 10Marks
INTSTRUCTION FOR THE CANDIDATES
Candidates are required to attempt all questions.
Q 1.
Translation from vernacular to English.
(Foreign scholars are permitted to write a paragraph in lieu of translation )
10 Marks
Q 2.
Idioms/Phrases out of the prescribed topic of the text book. (10 to be attempted out of
given15 )
10 Marks
Letter Writing for Fee Concession, Request for Hostel Accommodation, Leave
Application. (Any Other suitable related to New-Comer's entering College)
10 Marks
Writing of Précis. A Paragraph to be given out of the Prescribed text.
8 Marks
Q3.
Q4.
NOTE: Difficult words, Expressions should not be asked.
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PAPER-VI: EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Time allowed: 3 Hours
Max Marks: 100
(External: 76, Internal: 24)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER AND STUDENTS:
a) There shall be nine questions in all.
b) First question is compulsory. It will contain 14 short answer type questions, spread over the
whole syllabus to be answered in brief. It will carry 28 marks i.e., two marks each question. All
questions are compulsory. (2×14 = 28 Marks)
c) Rest of the paper shall contain two units for descriptive questions. Each unit shall have four
questions and the students shall be given internal choice i.e. the students shall attempt two
question from each unit. (12×4= 48 Marks)
UNIT-1
1. Psychology and Educational Psychology. Historical Development of Educational Psychology.
Meaning, Definition, Nature and Scope of Educational Psychology, Importance of Educational
Psychology for the teacher.
2. Methods of Studying Human Behaviour: Introspection, Observation , Experimental, Survey,
Clinical and Case Study methods.
3. Growth and Development :Meaning of growth and development ,Nature of growth and
development, Distinction between growth and development, Stages of growth and development.,
Principles of growth and development and their educational implications. Factors affecting growth
and development.
4. Adolescence Education- Meaning, objectives; need for adolescence education and the role of the
institution in adolescence education. Skill development in adolescence education – Adolescence
Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) skills and skills for the teachers.
Unit-II
Learning: Learning: Meaning, Definition and Nature of Learning, Factors Affecting
Learning. Principles of Learning, Laws and Associated Laws of learning given by Thorndike.
2.
Individual Differences: Meaning, Definitions and Areas, Determinants and their roles in
generating individual differences, Educational implications and provisions for individual
differences in the educational institutions.
3. Transfer of Training: Meaning and Definitions,Factors affecting transfer of training.
Educational implications of transfer of training.
1.
REFERNCE BOOKS:
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Gangopadhya, S. R. “Sports Psychology”, (2007) Sports Publication G-6, 23/23B EMCA House,
Ansari Road, Darya Ganj New Delhi.
Singh Ajmer and et al, “Essential of physical Education” (2007) 3rd edition, Kalyani Publisher B1/292, Rajinder Nagar Ludhiana Punjab.
K. K. Bhatia and et al, “Advance Educational Psychology of Teaching” Learning Process” (2005)
Mangal S.K. “Advance Educational Psychology” (2004)
Dweey John, “Psychology”(1998) Khel Sahitya Kendra, New Delhi 1998
Mathur, S.S. “Educational Psychology” (1994)Vinod Pustak Mandir Agra.
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PAPER-VII: RECREATION
Time allowed: 3 Hours
Max Marks: 100
(External: 76, Internal: 24)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER-SETTER AND STUDENTS:
a) There shall be nine questions in all.
b) First question is compulsory. It will contain 14 short answer type questions, spread over the
whole syllabus to be answered in brief. It will carry 28 marks i.e., two marks each question. All
questions are compulsory. (2×14 = 28 Marks)
c) Rest of the paper shall contain two units for descriptive questions. Each unit shall have four
questions and the students shall be given internal choice i.e. the students shall attempt two
question from each unit. (12×4= 48 Marks)
UNIT-1
1. Introduction to Recreation: Meaning, definition, aim, objective, scope and characteristics of
recreation, importance /significance of recreation, types of recreation, Philosophy and Principles
of Recreation.
2. Recreational Programmes: Criteria and Principles of selecting recreational programmes.,
Recreational Programmes., Indoor and outdoor activities, Water sports activities, Cultural
activities,
3. Literary activities: Nature and outing, Social events, Adventure activities.
UNIT-II
1. Play: Meaning and definition of play, aim, objective and significance of play, various theories of
play, the significance of study of theories of play for the teacher of Physical Education.
2. Camping: Meaning, aim and objective of the camp, Need and importance of the camp, Types of
camp, Uses of camping/outdoor activities, Organization and administration of camping,
Selection and layout of the camp site, Camp programme, Agencies promoting camp, Educational
values of camp.
3. Leadership Training: Meaning and definition of a leader and leadership, Characteristics of
leader, Types of leaders, Qualification and qualities of leader, Need and importance of leadership
in physical education.
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