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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2021, Vol. 8, Issue 2, Part B

An evaluation of physical education and sports programmes in training colleges of Karnataka state


Author(s): Kumaraswamy K and Appanna M Gasti

Abstract: A standard in physical education may be defined as the minimum requirement for the effective functioning of the programmes required in terms of facilities, equipment and personnel established by authority, research or general consent. Modern physical education programme emphasizing natural activities requires extensive play areas. These play fields are uncovered classrooms. Area of the play field and its proximity to the school area factors need careful foresight and consideration. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the physical education and sports programmes in training colleges of Karnataka state. To achieve the purpose of the study 40 physical education training colleges from the four academic divisions of Karnataka state were randomly selected as subject for the study. Out of these 40 colleges, 12 colleges from Bangalore Division, 9 colleges from Gulbarga Division, 14 colleges from Belgaum Division and 5 colleges from Mysore Division were taken for the study. Physical education and sports programmes in training colleges of Karnataka state was assessed with the help of facilities programme inventory constructed by the researcher. To evaluate the physical education and sports programmes in training colleges of Karnataka state Simple percentage analysis was used with the help of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 23rd version. In the view of findings and limitation of the study, this study can be concluded that as 1) The most numbers of colleges have consulted Physical Education at the time of preparing the time table, college’s student show the interest in playing, college’s students show interest in physical education theory, college’s Principal show interest in sports and physical education, college’s time table prepared, keeping in view of all the facilities that are available for indoor and outdoor sports and colleges are time of day taken into account, for arranging the periods for physical education. 2) The majority of colleges have prescribed syllabus for physical education for all classes, colleges are conducted examination for physical education regularly for all the classes in the college and physical education textbooks are available to teach the theoretical part at college level. 3) The most number of colleges have house system for sports competition, conducted sports competitions in their colleges and conducted sports completion separately for boys and girls. But maximum number of colleges are not organize any inter class competition. 4) The maximum number of colleges conducted cultural activity. But, most numbers of colleges not have N.S.O. activity, provision for N.C.C., N.S.S. activity and counseling activity. 5) The highest number of colleges conducted sports demonstration programme every year, have special provision for coaching the talented student, organize annual sports day every year, organize inter college tournaments and organize inter university tournament. 6) The most numbers of colleges conduct sports activity round the year, have provision for motivating sports persons, college’s students like outdoor games, celebrate national days and conduct sports camp for 2 to 3 week. But, highest numbers of colleges not conduct sports camp in vacations. 7) The majorities of the colleges are not conducted any adventure activities for student and also not conduct adventure camps invocations.

DOI: 10.22271/kheljournal.2021.v8.i2b.2032

Pages: 93-102  |  164 Views  4 Downloads

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How to cite this article:
Kumaraswamy K, Appanna M Gasti. An evaluation of physical education and sports programmes in training colleges of Karnataka state. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(2):93-102. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/kheljournal.2021.v8.i2b.2032
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