2019, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part C
Analysis of B.P.Ed curriculum in the universities of southern IndiaAuthor(s):
The purpose of the study was an analysis of Bachelor Degree of Physical Education curriculum in the Universities of Southern India Selection of subjects is taken to know the necessary information and the data. The personal technique and questionnaire will be adopting for the data collection. Obtain permission from the authority to procure the necessary information pertaining for the study. Investigator is made a personally visit to each B.P.Ed training centres of with a self-introductory letter written by Head of the Department. The collected data categorized in various parts. The general information included the year of establishment and the information about the various courses. The infrastructure facilities are listed both the indoor and outdoor facilities including the various test items for the test and measurement. The scheme of selection divided in physical fitness test, written examination, game proficiency and sports participation marks. Based on eligibility and detailed reservation percentages are divided the total intake of seats along with the general merit selection. The fee structure payment different total amounts for university students, out of university students and category students. The course syllabus of for the theory subjects and its unit vise details included in the back materials. The scheme of theory examination covered the total internal, external and total marks in both semesters and its total time duration for each examination. The scheme of practical examination listed based on the major games, track and field, teaching practice and its total internal, external and total marks for each semester. Other activities in practical examination listed the various marks for formal activities, drill and marching, rhythmic activities and projects works.Pages: 140-142 | 833 Views 56 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Saleej KT. Analysis of B.P.Ed curriculum in the universities of southern India. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(1):140-142.