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BS Health & Physical Education (4 Years Degree Program)

SCHEME OF STUDY (2012-2016 and Onward)

Nature of Courses

Number of Course

Credit Hours

Compulsory  (No Choice)

08

22

Minor courses from other discipline

02

18

Major Courses

13

43

Foundation Courses

10

33

Elective Courses

03

09

Research

01

06

Total

37

131

Year I
Semester-I

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

CC/Eng-101

Language in use

3(3+0)

CC/Isl-101/

CC/Phil-101

Islamic Studies/Ethics (For Non Muslims)

2(2+0)

Maj/HPE-101

Track and Field

4(2+2)

 

GROUP I

 

Min/Phy-101

Fundamentals of Physics (Minor – I)

3(3+0)

Min/Psy-101

Min/Phil-101

Min/Punj-101

Elements of Psychology-I

Pre Socratic Thought Education

Jadeed Punjabi Adab

(Minor – II Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

GROUP II

 

Min/Psy-101

Elements of Psychology-I (Minor – I)

3(3+0)

Min/Edu-101

Min/Urdu-101

Educational  Psychology-I

Urdu Sher-o-Adab-I

(Minor – II Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

GROUP III

 

Min/Isl.St-101

Al-Quran-I (Minor – I)

3(3+0)

Min/Stats-101

Min/Punj-101

Introductory Statistics

Jadeed Punjabi Adab

 (Minor – II Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

Total Credit Hours

15

Semester-II

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

CC/Eng-102

Academic Reading and Writing

3(3+0)

CC/Math -101

Compulsory Mathematics

3(3+0)

CC/PS-101

Pakistan Studies

2(2+0)

Maj/HPE-102

Philosophical Basis of Physical Education

3(3+0)

 

GROUP I

 

Min/Phy-102

Computational  Physics (Minor – I)

3(3+0)

Min/Psy-102

Min/Phil-102

Min/Punj-102

Elements of Psychology-II

Three Major Greek Philosophers

Qadeem Punjabi Adab

(Minor – II Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

GROUP II

 

Min/Psy-102

Elements of Psychology-II (Minor – I)

3(3+0)

Min/Edu-102

Min/Urdu-102

Educational Psychology-II

Urdu Sher-o-Adab-II

(Minor – II Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

GROUP III

 

Min/Isl.st-102

Al-Quran-II (Minor – I)

3(3+0)

Min/Stats-102

Min/Punj-102

Introduction to Probability Distribution

Qadeem Punjabi Adab

 (Minor – II Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

Total Credit Hours

17

Year II
Semester-III

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

CC/Eng-201

Communication Skills

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-201

Basic of Human Physiology

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-202

Introduction to Planning and Management

3(3+0)

EC/HPE-201

Physical Education for Special Population

3(3+0)

Min/Phy-201

Min/Psy-201

Min/Punj-201

Min/Urdu-201

Min/Phil-201

Min/Isl.st-201

Min/Stats-201

Min/Edu-201

General Physics

Psychology of Adjustment

Punjabi Tareekh ty Saqafat

Urdu Sher-o-Adab-III

Classical Muslim Thought-I

Hadith Fiqah & Islamic History

Statistical Inference

Educational Psychology-III

(Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

Total Credit Hours

15

Semester-IV

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

CC/Eng-202

Advanced Academic Reading and Writing

3(3+0)

CC/CS-202

Introduction to Computer

3(2+1)

Maj/HPE-203

Basics of Human Anatomy

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-204

Rules and Techniques of Games

4(2+2)

Min/Phy-202

Min/Psy-202

Min/Punj-202

Min/Urdu-202

Min/Phil-202

Min/Isl-202

Min/Stats-202

 

Min/Edu-202

Semi-Conductor Devices

Organization & Social Psychology

Sahafat

Urdu Sher-o-Adab-IV

Classical Muslim Thought-II

Hadith Fiqah& Islamic History

Introduction to Regression Analysis & Experimental Design

Educational Psychology-IV

(Choose Any One)

3(3+0)

 

Total Credit Hours

16

Year III
Semester-V

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

Maj/HPE-301

Science of Sports Training

4(3+1)

Maj/HPE-302

Bio-Mechanics

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-303

Sports Nutrition

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-304

Basics of Human Psychology

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-305

Rules & Techniques of  Swimming & Gymnastic

4(2+2)

 

Total Credit Hours

17

Semester-VI

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

Maj/HPE-306

Research Methodology in Physical Education

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-307

Planning Sports Facilities

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-308

Test, Measurement and Evaluation in Sports

4(3+1)

Maj/HPE-309

Sports Psychology

3(3+0)

EC/HPE-3*

Specialization in One Group of  Track and Field from Annexure A

3(1+2)

 

Total Credit Hours

16

Year IV
Semester-VII

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

Maj/HPE-401

Exercise Physiology

4(3+1)

Maj/HPE-402

Trauma and Rehabilitation

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-403

Planning for Scientific Sports Coaching

4(3+1)

Maj/HPE-404

Research Proposal

3(3+0)

EC/HPE-4*

Specialization in One Group of  Games from Annexure B

3(1+2)

 

Total Credit Hours

17

Semester-VIII

Course No

Course Title

Credit Hours

Maj/HPE-405

Role of Media in Sports

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-406

Sports Medicine

3(3+0)

Maj/HPE-407

Research

3(1+2)

Maj/HPE-408

Research Thesis/Project **

6(6+0)

Maj/HPE-409

Comprehensive Viva

3(1+2)

 

Total Credit Hours

18

Total Hours:  15+17+15+16+17+16+17+18= 131CR

*Students choose One Course from the Annexure A/Annexure B on the availability of faculty members and number of students.

**Research Thesis will be offered in 7th Semester.

list of elective courses

AnnexURE A

List of elective courses

Course no

course Title

credit hours

EC/HPE-301

Sprint Race (100 Meter, 200 Meter, 400 Meter) (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-302

Sprint Races (Hurdle Race) (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-303

Sprint Race (Relay Races) (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-304

Throws (Discuss, Shot Put, Hammer, Javelin) (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-305

Jumps (Horizontal & Vertical) (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-306

Middle and Long Distance Races (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)

3(1+2)

 AnnexURE B

List of elective courses

Course no

course Title

credit hours

EC/HPE-401

Table Tennis

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-402

Squash

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-403

Tennis

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-404

Badminton

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-405

Net Ball

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-406

Hand Ball

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-407

Basket Ball

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-408

Foot Ball

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-409

Volley Ball

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-410

Hockey

3(1+2)

EC/HPE-411

Cricket

3(1+2)

Courses Contents of Practical (Track & Field): ANNEX A

Objective of Course:
The outline of practical course is prepared with the purpose to provide technical knowledge to the students & familiar with modern approach for developing the skills in athletics track and field events enabling them to develop courage, determination, speed, endurance and self-reliance.

Courses Contents:
1.    Sprint Race (100 meter,200 meter,400 meter)(Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
       a. Start (Position at Block)
       b. Body Position-Strides(during different phases of race)
       c. Finishing Technique

2.    Sprint Races (Hurdle Race)(Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
       a. Start (Position at Block)
       b. Body Position while crossing hurdle and striding
       c. Finishing Technique

3.    Sprint Race (Relay Races)(Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
       a. Start (Position at Block)
       b. Batten Changing
       c. Finishing Technique

4.     Throws (Discuss, Shot Put, Hammer, Javelin) (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
        a. Stance
        b. Grip

5.     Jumps (Horizontal & Vertical) (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
        a. Start
        b. Run up
        c. Jumping style at take of board
        d. Style of crossing bar

6.     Middle and Long Distance Races (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
        a. Start
        b. Running technique
        c. Rhythm

Books Recommended

1. M.B.Davies, Physical Training Games & Athletics in Schools, New Delhi,2005.

2. Dr.M.L.Kamlesh, Athletics Personality: A psychological prob, New Delhi,2005.

3. Ekta, Teaching & Coaching Athletics, New Delhi, 2004.

4. O.P.Sharma.S, Athletics Skills & Rules, New Delhi,2003.

5. Guy Butler, Athletics, New Delhi,2003.

Courses Contents of Practical (Games): ANNEX B

Objectives of Course:
This practical course has been designed with the purpose to provide technical knowledge to students develop their skill in selected games.

Course Contents:
1.    Table Tennis (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
        a. Stance(Standing Positions & Grip)
        b. Service
        c. Strokes
        d. Smash

2.    Squash (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
        a. Stance(Standing Positions & Grip)
        b. Service
        c. Strokes
        d. Footwork

3.    Tennis (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
        a. Stance(Standing Position & Grip)
        b. Service
        c. Strokes
        d. Footwork

4.    Badminton (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
       a. Stance(Standing Position & Grip)
       b. Service
       c. Strokes
       d. Footwork

5.   Net Ball (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
      a. Receiving
      b. Dribbling
      c. Defense
      d. Footwork
      e. Shooting
      f. Vision
      g. Conclusion

6. Hand Ball (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
      a. Grip
      b. Dribbling
      c. Passing
      d. Dodging
      e. Defense
      f. Catching
      g. Throwing
      i. Shooting

7. Basket Ball (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
     a. Dribbling
     b. Passing
     c. Defense
     d. Shooting

8. Foot Ball (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
    a. Kicking
    b. Dribbling
    c. Passing
    d. Shooting
    e. Blocking
    f. Goal Keeping

9. Volley Ball (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
    a. Service
    b. Digging/ Reception
    c. Boosting/ Setting
    d. Smashing/ Attack
    e. Blocking
    f. Court Defense

10. Hockey (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
    a. Dribbling
    b. Passing
    c. Stopping
    d. Hitting
    e. Scoping
    f. Goal Keeping

11. Cricket (Skills, Coaching and Officiating)
    a. Stance (Gripping of Bat)
    b. Standing position at Crease
    c. Balling(Ball Griping & Run up)
    d. Fielding
    e. Batting Skills
    f. Wicket Kipping

Books Recommended

1. Dr.P.Modak, Rules & Principles of Sports & Games, New Delhi,India,2005.

2. Dr.Aneel Sharma, Sports Laws(with latest Rules & management),New Delhi,India,2004.

3.Dr.AneelSharma,O.P.Sharma, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rules in Sports &Games,NewDelhi,Sports Publications,2004.

4. B.K. Chaturvedi Rules & Skills of Games & Sports, New Delhi,Goodwill,Pulishing House 2003.

Courses Contents of Practical (Gymnastic Apparatus Work): ANNEX C

Objective of Course:
The purpose of introducing this practical course on Gymnastic  Apparatus work is to provide students the basic training to acquire knowledge to provide in healthful activities effectively as means of improving the physical fitness of the youth.

Course Content:
1.     Exercise on Parallel Bar (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
        a. Simple Turn
        b. Forward Roll to straddle seat
        c. Forward Roll
        d. Back Up rise
        e. Cartwheel
        f. Twisting
        g. Turning
        h. Backward Roll  
        i. Rhythmic Exercise
        j. Front Summer Sault
        k. Mat drills
        l. Trampoline drills
    
2.     Swimming (Skills, Coaching & Officiating)
        a. Warm Up
        b. Dresses
        c. Styles
        d. Strokes,
        e. Start
        f. Finishing

Books Recommended

1. Renu Jain, Men Gymnastic Coaching, New Delhi,2005.

2. Anoop Jain, Gymnastic Rule Book,2004, New Delhi,2004.

3. M.B. Davies, Physical Training in Schools, New Delhi,2004.

4. Renu Jain, Play & Learn Gymnastic, New Delhi,2004.

5. David Pearson, Play the Game Gymnastic, Great Britain 1991.