B.P.Ed – Bachelor Of Physical Education
Eligibility: Any one of the following
- Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 50% marks and having at least participation in the Inter college/ Inter zonal/ district/ School competitions in sports and games as recognized by the AIU/IOA/SGFI/Government of India.
- Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education with 45% marks.
- Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks and having studied physical education as a compulsory/elective subject.
- Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with 45% marks and having participated in National /Inter university/State competitions in sports and games as recognized by the AIU/IOA/SGFI/Government of India.
- Bachelor’s degree with participation in international competitions or secured 1st /2nd /3rd position in National/Inter university/State competitions in sports and games as recognized by the respective Federations/AIU/IOA/SGFI/Government of India.
- Graduation with 45% marks and at least three years of teaching experience (for deputed in service candidates i.e trained physical education teachers/coaches)
The relaxation in the percentage of marks in the qualifying examination and In the reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC and other categories shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/State government whichever is applicable. In all the above eligibility categories SC/ST students shall have a concession of 5% marks in degree for purposes of eligibility.
Subject for 2 years BPED course:
|I Semester||II Semester||III Semester||IV Semester|
|History, Principles and foundation of Physical Education||Yoga Education||Sports training||Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Education|
|Anatomy and Physiology||Educational Technology and Methods of Teaching in Physical Education||Computer applications in Physical Education||Kinesiology and Biomechanics|
|Health Education and Environment Studies||Organization and Administration||Sports Pschology and Sociology||Research and Statistics in Physical Education|
|Elective Course(Any one)|
|Olympic Movement||Contemporary issues in physical education, fitness and wellness||Sports Medicine, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation||Theory of sports and Game|
|Officiating and Coaching||Sports Nutrition and Weight Management||Curriculum Design||Sports Management|
|Part B: Practical Course|
|Track and Field ( Running Events)||Track and Field (Jumping Events)||Track and Field (Throwing Events)||Track and Field Specialisation|
|Swimming and Weightlifting||Yoga and Aerobics||Karate and Wrestling||Games Specialisation- Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Volleyball, Cricket, Football, Basketball, Hockey and Handball. (Any one of these)|
|Games- Kabaddi, Handball, Badminton and Football||Games- Cricket, Volleyball, Tennis and Kho-Kho||Games- Hockey, Basketball, Netball, & Softball|
|Mass Demonstration Activities- Lezium, Marchpast, Mass P.T, Dumbbells, Wands and Hoops|
|Part-C Teaching Practices|
|Teaching Practices (05 lessons in class room teaching and 05 lessons in outdoor activities)||Teaching Practices:(Teaching Lesson Plans for games) (out of 10 lessons 5 internal and 5 external at parcticing schools)||Sports Specialisation: Coaching lessons Plan (one for Sports 5)|
|Games specialisation: (Coaching lessons Plans(One for Games 5)|