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welcome
To

Indira Gandhi Institute Of Physical Education & Sports Sciences

Welcome
thought
Thought

Toxic

Negative

Waste

Essential

Right

Positive

Elevated

destiny
Destiny

Our destiny is in our hands

Thought

Decision

Action

Destiny

slide6
Life

Life is a journey Enjoy Each & Every Moment of It.

Live in present

the course of study
The Course of Study

Bachelor of Physical Education.

B.P.Ed(HONS)

foundation courses
Foundation Courses

1. Language, Literature and Creativity –I (Hindi /MIL)

2. Information Technology.

3. Science and Life.

4. Applied Course –I

5. Language, Literature and Creativity- II (English)

6. Building Mathematical Ability.

7. History, Culture and Civilization.

8. Business Entrepreneurship

9. Governance and Citizenship.

10. Psychology, Communication

and Life Skills

11. Geographic and Socio

Economic Diversity.

12. Environment and Public Health.

foundation courses1
Foundation Courses

14 weeks per semester

2weeks of Field work/Project work

1. Language, Literature and Creativity –I (Hindi /MIL)

5. Language, Literature and Creativity- II (English)

Lectures-4

Class presentation-1

Other Foundation Subjects-

Lectures-2

Class presentation-1

Maximum Marks-75

End semester examination-40

Continuous Evaluation of Project-35

disciplinary courses dc i
Disciplinary Courses (DC-I)

1. Foundation of Physical Education

2. Track & Field

3. Anatomy & Physiology

4. Game of Specialization

(out of Listed Sports)

5. Methods of Teaching

6. Health Education, First Aid

& Rehabilitation

7. Gymnastics

8. Game of Specialization (To be

continued From Sem.-II)

9. Fundamental of Sports Sociology

10. Physiology of Exercise.

11. Yoga

12. Sports Psychology

13. Kinesiology & Biomechanics

14. Game of Specialization

(Continued from Sem.-IV)

15. Physical Activity & Sports

Technology

16. Test, Measurement & Evaluation

17. Research Methodology

18. Fundamental of Sports Training

19. Management in Physical

Education & Sports

20. Dissertation (Final submission)

disciplinary courses dc i1
Disciplinary Courses (DC-I)

14 weeks per semester

2weeks of Field work/Project work

Lectures-4

Class presentation-1

PRACICALS-4

Maximum Marks-150

End semester examination-THEORY-75

Internal Assessment-25

Practical-50 (25 Continuous Evaluation &25 End semester examination

disciplinary courses dc ii
Disciplinary Courses DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

disciplinary courses dc ii1
Disciplinary Courses DC-II

14 weeks per semester

2weeks of Field work/Project work

Lectures-4

Class presentation-1

PRACICALS-4

Maximum Marks-150

End semester examination-THEORY-75

Internal Assessment-25

Practical-50 (25 Continuous Evaluation &25 End semester examination

applied courses ac
Applied Courses(AC)

Students will have to Study a total 4 AC Courses in addition to AC-I

applied courses ac1
Applied Courses(AC)

16 weeks per semester

PRACICALS-3

Continuous Evaluation-75

integrating mind body and heart
Integrating Mind, Body and Heart

To instill the principles of non-violence and truth in each student

main theme reflects an effort to kindle a value oriented and holistic thought process in the consciousness of the student

episodes chosen from Gandhi's life

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CA

Cultural Activity

In 6 Semesters

integrating mind body and heart ca
Integrating Mind, Body and Heart & CA

16 weeks per semester

Total periods-2

No Evaluation

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Diploma In Physical Education-2years

Bachelor in Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) -3Years

Bachelor in Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) (Hons)-4Years

foundation courses2
Foundation Courses

Semester – I / II :Group A

1. Language, Literature and Creativity –I (Hindi /MIL)

2. Information Technology.

3. Science and Life.

4. Applied Course –I

Semester – I / II :Group B

5. Language, Literature and Creativity- II (English)

6. Building Mathematical Ability.

7. History, Culture and Civilization.

8. Business Entrepreneurship.

2 information technology
2. Information Technology.

Objective & Expected Outcomes

To enable student to be aware of the role of IT in education, society and business.

To enable students to be aware of basic hardware and software components that makes the data processing possible.

To enable students to prepare documents and presentations for their academic work.

To enable students to explore Internet for various purposes in an effective, secure and legal manner.

To enable students to understand the organization of information resources available at different sources specially the library.

3 science and life
3. Science and Life.

Origin and Evolution of Life:

Water and Energy for life:   

Nutrients and Household Chemicals:    

Physical Parameters and Household Appliances

Industry and Technology in Daily Life:

7 history culture and civilization
7. History, Culture and Civilization.

Environment: Culture, Tradition, and Practices

Urbanization and Urbanism

Social Inequality and Gender

Cultural Heritage

Cultural Forms and Cultural Expressions

8 business entrepreneurship
8. Business Entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship

Business

Market and Society

Management

dc i 1
DC-I-1

Foundations of Physical Education

dc i 2
DC-I-2

Track & Field

integrating mind body and heart1
Integrating Mind, Body and Heart

To instill the principles of non-violence and truth in each student

main theme reflects an effort to kindle a value oriented and holistic thought process in the consciousness of the student

episodes chosen from Gandhi's life

foundation courses3
Foundation Courses

Semester – I / II :Group A

1. Language, Literature and Creativity –I (Hindi /MIL)

2. Information Technology.

3. Science and Life.

4. Applied Course –I

Semester – I / II :Group B

5. Language, Literature and Creativity- II (English)

6. Building Mathematical Ability.

7. History, Culture and Civilization.

8. Business Entrepreneurship.

dc i 3
DC-I-3

Anatomy & Physiology

dc i 4
DC-I-4

Game of Specialization:

Any one of the following:

103 (i)Athletics

103 (ii)Basketball

103 (iii)Badminton

103 (iv)Cricket

103 (v) Football

103 (vi)Gymnastic

103 (vii)Handball

103 (viii)Hockey

103 (ix)Judo

103 (x) Kabaddi

103 (xi) Kho-Kho

103 (xii) Volleyball

103 (xiii)Yoga

integrating mind body and heart2
Integrating Mind, Body and Heart

To instill the principles of non-violence and truth in each student

main theme reflects an effort to kindle a value oriented and holistic thought process in the consciousness of the student

episodes chosen from Gandhi's life

foundation courses4
Foundation Courses

Semester – III / IV :Group C

9. Governance and Citizenship.

10. Psychology, Communication

and Life Skills

Semester – III / IV :Group D

11. Geographic and Socio

Economic Diversity.

12. Environment and Public Health.

governance and citizenship
Governance and Citizenship.

The Concept of Good Governance

Citizens and their Rights and Obligations

Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice

Rural and Urban Governance: Access to Opportunities and Amenities

Institutional Initiatives towards Good Governance

psychology communication and life skills
Psychology, Communication and Life Skills

Self awareness and discovering one's self, values and ethics.

Thinking and communicating rationally, analyzing fallacies and misconceptions.

Understanding and dealing with emotions like happiness, love, anger and fear; discovering paradoxes of everyday life.

Listening, empathy, friendship, difficulties in relationships, giving and receiving feedback, collaboration.

geographic and socio economic diversity
Geographic and Socio Economic Diversity.

Recognizing, Accommodating and valuing diversity

People, Livelihood and Occupational Diversity

Linkages between Diversity and India's Socio-economic challenges

Conflicts and Unity in Diversity

environment and public health
Environment and Public Health.

Linkages between Environment and Health

Climate Change and Implications on Public Health

Environmental Policies and Practices

Perspectives and Interventions in Public Health

Diseases in Contemporary Society

dc i 5
DC-I-5

Methods of Teaching in Physical Education

dc i 6
DC-I-6

Health Education, First Aid & Rehabilitation

dc ii
DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

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AC-1

Professional Game: (Any one)

Basketball, Volleyball, Judo, Swimming,Badminton, Cricket,

Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Football, Hockey,

Table-Tennis & Handball.

slide51
CA

Cultural Activity

foundation courses5
Foundation Courses

Semester – III / IV :Group C

9. Governance and Citizenship.

10. Psychology, Communication

and Life Skills

Semester – III / IV :Group D

11. Geographic and Socio

Economic Diversity.

12. Environment and Public Health.

dc i 7
DC-I-7

Gymnastics

dc i 8
DC-I-8

Game of Specialization:

(To be continued from Semester-II)

dc ii1
DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

slide57
AC

Teaching Practice :-

( Five Lessons Each)

Class Room Lessons Plan

Field Lessons Plan

slide58
CA

Cultural Activity

dc i 9
DC-I-9

Fundamental of Sports Sociology

dc i 10
DC-I-10

Physiology

Of

Exercise

dc i 11
DC-I-11

Yoga

dc ii2
DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

slide64
AC

3. Professional Paper (Any one):

Exercise Technology, Sports Nutrition, Aerobics,Sports for All, Gym. Management, Sports Journalism, Fitness & Wellness.

slide65
CA

Cultural Activity

dc i 12
DC-I-12

Sports Psychology

dc i 13
DC-I-13

Kinesiology & Biomechanics in Physical Education

dc i 14
DC-I-14

Game of Specialization

(To be continued from Semester-IV

dc ii3
DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

slide71
AC

4. Skill & Prowess :

Team Games and Individual Games,

Minor Game (Relay Games & Recreational Games etc.), March Past, Free Hand Exercises,

Calisthenics, Dumble, Lathi, Lazium

slide72
CA

Cultural Activity

dc i 15
DC-I-15

Physical Activity & Sports Technology

dc i 16
DC-I-16

Test, Measurement & Evaluation

dc i 17
DC-I-17

Research Methodology

dc ii4
DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

slide78
CA

Cultural Activity

dc i 18
DC-I-18

Fundamentals of Sports Training

dc i 19
DC-I-19

Management

In Physical

Education &

Sports

dc i 20
DC-I-20

Dissertation

dc ii5
DC-II

students will have to choose total 6 minor subjects of their liking

slide84
CA

Cultural Activity

the course of study1
The Course of Study

BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (B.P.Ed.)

slide86
Ist Semester

(25 credits)

bpe 0701
BPE 0701

Foundation, History & Principles of Physical Education

bpe 0702
BPE 0702

Organization, Administration, Supervision in Physical Education

bpe 0703
BPE 0703

Measurement and

Evaluation

bpe 0704
BPE 0704

Anatomy

and Physiology

of

Exercise

bpe 0705
BPE 0705

Optional- I Any one from the list given below

1.Kinesiology and Biomechanics

2.Olympic Education

3.Adapted physical Education

4.Fitness and Wellness Management

5.Computer Application in Physical Education Module-1.

bpe 0706
BPE 0706

Skill

&

Prowess

bpe 0707
BPE 0707

Lesson Plan (Internal)

slide94
IInd Semester

(25 credits)

bpe 0801
BPE 0801

Sports Training

bpe 0802
BPE 0802

Health Education

bpe 0803
BPE 0803

Sports Psychology

bpe 0804
BPE 0804

Methods of Teaching

bpe 0805
BPE 0805

Optional-II Any one from the list given below

(1)Injury Management and Rehabilitation

(2)Sports Sociology

(3)Facility Management

(4)Computer Application in Physical Education Module-2

(5)Specialized Sport: (Tack & Field/ Individual/ Team leaders)

bpe 0806
BPE 0806

Skill & Prowess

bpe 0807
BPE 0807

Lesson Plan (External)

add on courses
ADD ON COURSES

BPE 0901 Aerobics

BPE 0902 Yoga

BPE 0903 Sports for All

BPE 0904 Sports Journalism

BPE 0905 Gym Operations

BPE 0906 Health, Fitness and Wellness Management

BPE 0907 Personality

Development

BPE 0908 Computer Application in Physical Education

the course of study2
The Course of Study

MASTERS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (M.P.Ed.)

mpe 0701
MPE 0701

Research Process and Statistical Techniques in Physical Education

mpe 0702
MPE 0702

Scientific Basis of Sports Training & Talent Identification

mpe 0703
MPE 0703

Game of Specialization (One to be selected from the list)

MPE 0703 (i) Athletics

MPE 0703 (ii) Aquatics (Swimming, Diving & Water-polo)

MPE 0703 (iii) Badminton

MPE 0703 (iv) Basketball

MPE 0703 (v) Cricket

MPE 0703 (vi) Football

MPE 0703 (vii) Gymnastics

MPE 0703 (viii) Handball

MPE 0703 (ix) Hockey

MPE 0703 (x) Judo

MPE 0703 (xi) Kabaddi

MPE 0703 (xii) Kho-Kho

MPE 0703 (xiii) Table Tennis

MPE 0703 (xiv) Volleyball

MPE 0703 (xv) Yoga

mpe 0704
MPE 0704

Subject Specialization (Any one to be selected from the list)

MPE 0704 (i) Exercise Physiology

MPE 0704 (ii) Sport Biomechanics

MPE 0704 (iii) Exercise & Sport Psychology

MPE 0704 (iv) Professional Preparation & Curriculum Design

MPE 0704 (v) Sport Sociology

MPE 0704 (vi) Sport Management

mpe 0801
MPE 0801

Research Process and Statistical Techniques in Physical Education

mpe 0802
MPE 0802

Educational Technology and Pedagogy Techniques in Physical Education

mpe 0803
MPE 0803

Game of Specialization (To be continued

from semester-I)

MPE 0803 (i) Athletics

MPE 0803 (ii) Aquatics (Swimming,

Diving & Water-polo)

MPE 0803 (iii) Badminton

MPE 0803 (iv) Basketball

MPE 0803 (v) Cricket

MPE 0803 (vi) Football

MPE 0803 (vii) Gymnastics

MPE 0803 (viii) Handball

MPE 0803 (ix) Hockey

MPE 0803 (x) Judo

MPE 0803 (xi) Kabaddi

MPE 0803 (xii) Kho-Kho

MPE 0803 (xiii) Table Tennis

MPE 0803 (xiv) Volleyball

MPE 0803 (xv) Yoga

mpe 0804
MPE 0804

Subject Specialization (To be continue from semester-I)

MPE 0804 (i) Exercise Physiology

MPE 0804 (ii) Sport Biomechanics

MPE 0804 (iii) Exercise & Sport Psychology

MPE 0804 (iv) Professional Preparation & Curriculum Design

MPE 0804 (v) Sport Sociology

MPE 0804 (vi) Sport Management

mpe 0901 mpe 0902 mpe 0903
MPE-0901MPE-0902MPE-0903

Optional Group-I (any two to be selected from the list other other than one’s

subject specialization)

Fundamentals of Health Education

Fundamentals of Sport Biomechanics

Fundamentals of Exercise Physiology

mpe 0904
MPE 0904

Subject Specialization (To be continue from semester-II)

MPE 0904 (i) Exercise Physiology

MPE 0904 (ii) Sport Biomechanics

MPE 0904 (iii) Exercise & Sport Psychology

MPE 0904 (iv) Professional Preparation & Curriculum Design

MPE 0904 (v) Sport Sociology

MPE 0904 (vi) Sport Management

mpe 0905
MPE0905

Athlete’s Care and Rehabilitation

mpe 1001 mpe 1002 mpe 1003
MPE-1001MPE-1002MPE-1003

Optional Group-II (any two to be selected from the list other than one’s subject specialization) Fundamentals of Sport Sociology

Fundamentals of Sport Psychology

Fundamentals of Sport Management & Administration

mpe 1004
MPE 1004

Subject Specialization (To be continue from semester-III)

MPE 1004 (i) Exercise Physiology

MPE 1004 (ii) Sport Biomechanics

MPE 1004 (iii) Exercise & Sport Psychology

MPE 1004 (iv) Professional Preparation & Curriculum Design

MPE 1004 (v) Sport Sociology

MPE 1004 (vi) Sport Management

mpe1005
MPE1005

Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education

mpe1006
MPE1006

Dissertation / Project Work / Long Essay

OR

Optional Group-II (One to be selected from the list)

MPE 1006 (i) Adapted Physical Education

MPE 1006 (ii) Fitness and Wellness

MPE 1006 (iii) Sport Therapy

MPE 1006 (iv) Sport Journalism

MPE 1006 (v) Sport Industry & Marketing

MPE 1006 (vi) Sport, Physical Activity & Nutrition

add on courses1
ADD-ON COURSES

MPE 1101

Sports Nutrition and Exercise Prescription

MPE 1102

Sports Field Technology

MPE 1103

Gymnasium Operations

MPE 1104

Computer Applications in Physical Education & Sports

MPE 1105

Life Saving Skills & Disaster Management

MPE 1106

Adventure Sports Leadership Training

MPE 1107

Sports and Community Volunteer Leadership

MPE 1108

Sports for All

MPE 1109

Physical Education for All

MPE 1110

Study of Olympics

MPE1111

Advance Fitness Assessment & Exercise Prescription

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When you enter in the Institute, you must be in possession of I-Card/Library Card & show it at the main gate and at the Library Gate.
for enquiry
For Enquiry

Regarding admission, examination, bus pass, your documents etc., contact to Room No.9 to Sh. Bharat Bhushan, Sh. Gulshan, Sh. Shrichand & Sh. B.N. Yadav.

slide127
For fee deposit, refund, security etc., contact to Accounts Section (through window near main gate)
various lab facilities
Various Lab. facilities

Physiotherapy : Room No.13

Biomechanics : Room No.16

Exercise Physiology : Room No.17

Anatomy-Physiology: Room No.33

Audio-visual : Room No.40 & 41

Computer : Room No.8

for all sports activities
For all sports activities

Report in your respective game court/

playfields.

class rooms
Class Rooms

B.Sc. Part-I

: Room No.31, 32, 42

B.Sc. Part-II

: Room No.25, 26, 43

B.Sc. Part-III

: Room No.38, 39

B.P.Ed.

: Room No.27, 28

M.P.Ed. Part-I

: Room No.29

M.P.Ed. Part-II

: Room No.30

lockers
Lockers

You will be allotted lockers to keep your belongings at your own risk. You should not keep gold ornaments, cash, costly items in the lockers. It is only to keep your sports kit etc.

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To see your class teacher, subject teacher, meet them in Staff Room (Room No.21) or in their respective rooms.
regular attendance
Regular attendance

Regular attendance is must in the Institute as follows.

For B.Sc. students: 66%

B.P.Ed. students: 75%

M.P.Ed. students: 80%

Students will be given proxy attendance benefit only if they proceed ‘on Duty’ after obtaining permission from the Principal through the concerned teacher with in 15 days of the event/s.

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No Alcohol

No Drugs

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