Compulsory Audit course

                Physical Education is a compulsory audit course for B.Tech./ B. Arch first year students at the institute. Students are made aware about physical, social, physiological & psychological benefits of physical activities by providing them variety of physical education & sports related program round the year.

                Awareness is created among the students about their health status, by conducting various physical fitness tests and further suitable remedial physical fitness program is suggested to them accordingly.

 

SAP 101: HEALTH INFORMATION & SPORTS, PART – 01

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Pre-requisites:  NIL              Type of Course: Audit            Semester: ISem B Tech / B. Arch.

Assessment:   End Sem100%

Objective:

  1. To provide information about physical, Physiological & Psychological aspects of sports & physical.
  2. To create awareness among the students about their health status, by conducting various physical fitness tests and suggest them suitable remedial physical fitness programme.
  3. To provide information of different therapeutic exercises.
  4. To make students aware about the rules and regulation of different games & sports.
  5. To provide opportunity to mingle with each other through participating in different physical education & sports activities.

Outcome:

  • Enriched proper knowledge among the students about emerging issues such as health & fitness, wellness etc.
  • Students will become aware about the sense of discipline & dedication in general life, develop the spirit of team work through various physical education & sports activities.
  • Development of rational thinking and scientific temper among the students.
  • Introduction to psychological problem of a sports person
    • Brief discussion on the technical aspect of sports psychology
    • Relaxation
    • Hypnotherapy
    • Counselling
    • Autosuggestion
    • Visualization
    • Imagination
    • Leadership building
    • Mental rehearsal
    • Neuro psychological techniques for concentration, reaction time, eye hand coordination
    • Self motivational instruction coaches workout and observation
  • Warming up, Colling Down &Full Body Stretching
  • Obesity & its Management: Daily caloric requirements and daily energy expenditure
  • Scientific principles of training
  • Health & Performance related physical fitness

 

Practical:

  • The student must actively participate in games: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Handball, Cricket, Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Badminton, Table Tennis, Yoga etc.
  • Intramural Sports Programme
  • Minor Tecnosport projects

 

SAP 102: HEALTH INFORMATION & SPORTS, PART – 02

[Credit: 0]

Pre-requisites:  NIL              Type of Course: Audit            Semester: II Sem B Tech / B. Arch.

Assessment:   End Sem100%

 

Objective:  

  1. To make the learner enable to know the conditions of stress and its management technique.
  2. To deliver the knowledge of daily calorie requirement and obesity.
  3. To provide information of different training principles for practicing different sports & games.
  4. To motivate the students to innovate new technologies in the field of physical education & sports.

Outcome:

  • The learner will be able to manage his stress level.
  • The student will be able to design his diet chart as per his daily requirements.
  • Students will be able to create some new designs of sports facilities and equipments
    • Adjustment, Frustration, Tension and conflict
    • Meaning & Definition of Adjustment & Frustration
  • Kinds & Causes of Frustration
  • Periodization: Preparatory period, Competition period and transitional period
  • Effects of exercise on various physiological systems
  • Therapeutic Exercise & Therapeutic Modalities
  • The Science of Stress & its yogic Management

 

Practical:

  • The student must actively participate in games: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Handball, Kabaddi, Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess,Yoga etc.
  • Intramural Sports Programme
  • Physical Efficiency Test

 

Reference:

 

  • Edlin, Golanty and Brown, Health and wellness (Joines and Bartlett (5th& 7thEdition) Publishers, London)2002
  • Arnold G. Nelson, (2007), “Stretching Anatomy” Human Kinetics
  • Marcia K. Anderson & Susan J. Hall (1997), Funadamentls of Sports Injury Management” Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

 

Intramural & Celebration of National Sports Day:

                The sports section every year on 29th of August celebrates the birth anniversary of the great Hockey legend Major Dhyanchand. The annual intramural program is also inaugurated on this auspicious day which goes round the year. Intersection matches for B.Tech. / B.Arch students are conducted in almost 12 major sports.

Physical Efficiency Test

                The Physical Efficiency of every first year B. Tech. / B. Arch. student is measured by applying suitable tests of Physical Fitness Components such as abdominal strength, respiratory endurance, flexibility of hip joint & hamstring muscles and speed.

Module of Physical Efficiency Test

PET- Level-1

Tests Component Score
Cooper’s Test

 

Respiratory endurance Total distance covered during 12 minute is recorded with the help of stop watch, and VO2 Max is calculated by applying suitable formula
100 meter flat race Speed Timing  is recorded in seconds for each student
One minute bent knee sit ups Abdominal strength Maximum legal sit ups performed in one minute is recorded for each student
Push ups/Modified push ups for girls Shoulder strength Maximum push ups performed is recorded for each student
Sit & Reach Flexibility of hip joint and hamstring muscles Maximum stretching is recorded in centimeter with the help of measuring scale for each student

On the basis of performance of PET- Level-1 few students are selected for PET- Level-2

 

Components of PET- Level-2: Competitive

Tests Component Score
1500 Mt. run for boys

800 Mt. run for girls

Speed- endurance Best timing for every participant is recorded
20 Mt. shuttle run Coordinative ability Best timing for every participant is recorded
Standing broad jump Explosive strength of leg and back muscles The distance jumped is recorded in feet and inches
One minute bent knee sit ups Abdominal strength Maximum legal sit ups performed in one minute is recorded for each student
Sit & Reach Flexibility of hip joint and hamstring muscles Maximum stretching is recorded in centimeter with the help of measuring scale for each student

Medical examination

This examination is done by the Medical Officer of the institute and his team with the coordination of Physical Education section. This particular examination provides the data of students with postural deformities, obesity, underweight, stress, hypertension and some other medical problems. Thus with readily available data such students are provided individualized suitable physical fitness program.