Department of Physical Education

 

Overview

Physical development expressed in terms of physical fitness as well as participation in athletics and team sports is an integral part of the holistic development of the human person. Hence this is vital to the task of building a healthy and conscientious citizenry. The department seeks to enhance the quality of physical culture on campus through maximizing opportunities for athletics and team sports across a wide spectrum of sports and games. Maximum student participation is encouraged through inter-class competitions as well as encouragement and training to participate in inter-collegiate and inter-university tournaments.

The Department of Physical Education as a programme course started in the year 2019 keeps a keen eye to spot and develop talent in Salesian College.

Vision

To engage in relentless pursuit of excellence in physical education and sports for health, fitness and wellness of the citizens.

Objectives

1. To prepare highly qualified students and leaders in the field of physical education and sports.
2. To serve as a centre of excellence and innovation in physical education and sports.
3. To provide professional and academic leadership to the society in the field of physical education and sports.
4. To provide community services in the field of physical education and sports.
5. To provide optimum and wholesome development of individual for complete living.

Number of Seats

30 seats are available for the  Physical Education  Programme

Faculties

Course Structure

1st Semester
DSC-PE -1: Foundation and History of Physical Education Core course

2nd Semester
DSC-PE -2: Management of Physical Education and

3rd Semester
DSC-PE -3:
Anatomy, Physiology and Exercise Physiology
SEC-PE 1: Gymnastics

4th Semester
DSC-PE -4:
Health Education, Physical Fitness and Wellness Core course
SEC-PE 2: Track and Field

5th Semester
DSE-PE 1:
Tests, Measurements and Evaluation in Physical Education Sports Training
SEC-: Archery, Combative Sports and Adventure Sports

6th Semester
DSE-PE 2:
Psychology in Physical Education and Sports
SEC-PE 4 : Ball Games (any two)Football/Handball/Basketball/ Volleyball/Netball/ Throw ball

Course Objectives, Learning Outcomes and Teaching Methodologies

PAPER: I

Subject Title: Foundation and History of Physical Education

OBJECTIVES:

1. Describe the meaning, aims and objectives of physical education.
2. State the scope of and importance of physical education.
3. Know the concept of growth and development.
4. Understand the Ancient and modern Olympic games.
5. Know the society and socialization through the physical education and games and sports activities.
6. Understand the concept of Yoga and its benefits in human life etc.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Students should be able to

1. To understand that physical education is an integral part of education.
2. They can know the misconception about physical education.
3. The can differ between general fitness, specific fitness.
4. Students understand that physical activity provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and social interaction.
5. They will have a concept that through physical education socialization process can be improved.

METHODOLOGY:

Theory: lecture, discussion, demonstration, and group discussion

Practical: demonstration, whole part whole method, imitation and lecture method

PAPER: 2

Subject Title: Management in Physical Education

OBJECTIVES:

1. Know the concept of management and sports management.
2. Know the concept of leadership in physical education.
3. Understand how to draw fixture of various tournament like knock out, league, combination etc.
4. Able to lay out standard track and various sector s of Athletics events.
5. How to maintains and care of sports equipments etc.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Students should be able to

1. Students able to organize intramural and extramural competition.
2. They can lay out athletics track and field sectors.
3. They can draw easily various tournaments fixture.
4. Students learn about the care and maintain play field and gymnasium.
5. Improve leadership quality etc

METHODOLOGY:

Lecture, discussion, demonstration, group discussion, demonstration, whole part whole method, and imitation

CORE PAPER-3: ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

OBJECTIVES:

1. Identify different types of cell and describe their functions.
2. Identify the major components of the skeletal system and their functions.
3. Identify the major tissue type and locate in the body.
4. Describe the major types of bones and their location and function.
5. Describe the location and function of skeletal muscles.
6. Identify the components and function of blood.
7. Describe the blood flow through the heart.
8. Identify the major components of the respiratory system and internal and external respiration system.
9. Explain effect of exercise on circulatory system.

LEARLING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the course students will able to

1. Define anatomy, physiology and exercise physiology.
2. Define the main structures composing human body.
3. Describe muscular system, skeletal system, circulatory system and respiratory system.
4. Understand blood composition functions and blood flow through the heart.
5. Describe effect of exercise on circulatory system.
6. Explain structure and mechanism of respiration.
7. Understand vital capacity, oxygen2 debt and effect of exercise on respiratory etc.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY:

FOR THEORY CLASS: Lecture method, Discussion method, Demonstration method, Feedback method.
FOR PRACTICAL CLASS:   Whole- part-whole method, whole method, part method, Imitation method,    set-drill method, At-will method, observation and visualization method.

CORE PAPER-4: HEALTH EDUCATION, PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLNESS

OBJECTIVES:

1. To enable the students to develop a scientific points of view of health with reference to traditional and modern concept of health.
2. To enable the students to identify health problems and understand their own role on health and to medical agencies in meeting those problems.
3. The acquaint students with the functioning of various organization (WHO, UNESCO) working for the maintenance of health.
4. Describe the life style disorders with reference to few diseases.
5. Know the concept of diabetics and obesity and its impact on human health.
6. Understand the basic nature of communicable diseases-causes, symptoms and prevention in an understandable manner.
7. Understand the meaning, classification and constitutions of food.
8. Identify the balanced diet and nutritional deficiency diseases.
9. Understand the concept ageing and know the benefits and importance of physical exercise on ageing.
10. Describe the meaning and objectives of the First Aid.
11. Know the various ways and means of using First Aid.

TEACHING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the course students will able to

1. Define Health, Nutrition, and First Aid.
2. Know about WHO, UNESCO and health service, health instruction, health supervision.
3. Understand about communicable diseases and non-communicable diseases.
4. Explain importance of nutrition, balance diet, athletic diet.
5. Describe postural deformities, causes and corrective exercise.
6. Know components of physical nutrition, wellness and ageing.
7. To enable how to give CPR technique and management of sports injuries.
8. Identify management of sports injuries through the application of exercise and massage therapy.
9. Understand management of sprain, strain, facture and dislocation.
10. To enable application of exercise and massage therapy.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY:

FOR THEORY CLASS: Lecture method, Discussion method, Demonstration method, Feedback method.
FOR PRACTICAL CLASS:  Whole- part-whole method, whole method, part method, Imitation method, set-drill method, At-will method, observation and visualization method.

TEST, MESURMENT AND EVALUATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

OBJECTIVES:

1. Understanding concept of test, measurement and evaluation.
2. Basic functions of test, measurement in relation to evaluation and selection.
3. Importance of test, measurement and evaluation in the field of physical education.
4. Common methods of measurement used in physical education and exercise science.
5. Method of studying body size and body form.
6. Heath-Carter method of somatotyping.
7. To describe the purpose of physical fitness.
8. To distinguish between general physical fitness, motor fitness, general motor ability and sports specific motor ability testing.
9. To illustrate the general consideration of skill tests of individual and dual sports.
10. To describe commonly used sports skills tests of archery, athletics, badminton, soccer, volleyball, basketball.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the course students will able to

1. Define test, measurement, and evaluation.
2. Understand criteria of good test and principal of evaluation.
3. Know importance of test, measurement and evaluation in physical education and sports.
4. To enable measurement of BMI.
5. Explain somatotype, LBM (Lean Body Mass).
6. To enable measurements various physical, motor, fitness test.
7. Describe various sports skill test.
8. Compare physical fitness test, motor fitness test, spots skills tests.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY:

FOR THEORY CLASS: Lecture method, Discussion method, Demonstration method, Feedback method.
FOR PRACTICAL CLASS: Whole- part-whole method, whole method, part method, Imitation method, set-drill method, At-will method, observation and visualization method.

PSYCHOLOGY IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS

OBJECTIVES:

1. Identify Psychology, sports psychology and learning, motivation, emotion, personality.
2. Describe importance of psychology and need knowledge of sports psychology in the field of physical education.
3. Know learning theories, low and learning curve and factors affecting transfer of learning.
4. Identify importance of motivation, emotion, personality in the physical education and sports.
5. Know stress, anxiety and management of stress and anxiety through physical education.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the course students will able to

1. Define psychology, sports psychology, learning, motivation, emotion and personality.
2. Understand importance of psychology knowledge in the field of physical education end sports.
3. Describe learning theories, learning curve, and transfer of learning.
4. Explain motivation, emotion, personality type and their importance in physical education and sports field.
5. To enable control stress and anxiety through physical education and sports.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY:

FOR THEORY CLASS: Lecture method, Discussion method, Demonstration method, Feedback method.
FOR PRACTICAL CLASS:  Whole- part-whole method, whole method, part method, Imitation method, set-drill method, At-will method, observation and visualization method.

Faculty

Sonada Campus


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Rakesh Saibo
Assistant Professor

Siliguri campus


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Sopidulla Hoque
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

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Dipesh Patrick Baraily
Assistant Professor