UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN, JAIPUR
Degree of Master of Philosophy (M. Phil) in Physical Education
Syllabus, Scheme of Examination, admission procedure, fee structure etc.
Part- 1 THEORY:
- Compulsory papers.
|i. Research process and Experimental Design
|ii. Research Statistics
|iii. Measurement and Evaluation.
- SPECIALIZATION AREA: (IV Paper)
200 marks and 100 sessional marks (Each candidate to select on of the following at the time of registration).
|i. Kinesiology and
|ii. Physiology of Exame
|iii. Sports Psychology Part II-Disseration
A candidate who has obtained the degree of Master of Physical Education of Raj. University or any other University recognised by the Raj. University any other qualification considered as equivalent there of by Raj. University, obtaining at least 50% marks, and has passed the qualifying extrance examination conducted by the Deptt. is eligible to register for tho Master of Philosophy Degree, (M. Phil) in Physical Education.
- ADMISSION PROCEDURE:
The written test for in-service candidates & fresh candidates wiIJ be conducted only once, and shall consist of a paper of three hoursduration and shall include topics of Physical Education and allied subjects as taught to Master Degree students besides knowledge of current trends' in Physical Education and Sports of and subject to being selected On the basis of 'Admission Test' prevailing in the year when admission is sought in the institute. A candidate should score 50% marks in the entrance tests to become eligible for admission.
Only those who possess at least three year's service experience after passing M. P. E. I M. P. Ed. / will be treaded as in service candidates and all others will be treated as fresh candidates for the purpose of entrance examination.
The Minimum period of completing the M, Phil course in Physical Education will be one academic year.
A candidate is expected to put in attendance in scheduled classes, seminars, practicals and tutorials, However, leave may be sanctioned on account of illness, injury or other similar reasons. Each candidate wi11 be required to attend and participate in at least two seminars and deliberate at least one seminar pertaining to his dissertation. Irregular attendance and/or unsatisfactory performance at the seminars/tutorials shall disqualify the M. Phil, students, from further studies on the recommendation of the M. Phil committee.
All the candidates who register themselves for M. Phil in Physical Education shall appear and qualify in the examination according to the following scheme.
- Compulsory Papers:
- Research process & Experimental Designs.
- Research Statistics.
- Measurement and Evaluation.
- Specialization Area: (2 PAPERS)
One of the following specialization areas shall be chosen by the candidate at the time of registration depending upon the courses offered by the institute.
- Kinesiology and Bio-mechanics.
- Exercise Physiology.
- Curriculum Designs in Physical Education.
- Sports Psychology.
- Sports Physiotherapy.
- Sports Sociology.
- Comparative physical Education.
A candidate who does not secure minimum pass mark in a particulars paper / papers shell be permitted to reappear in that paper/papers only once as an ex-student in the subsequent examination following the first examination.
In order to pass the examination, a candidate must obtain at least 50% marks in each written paper separately in the University examination and also obtain at least 50% marks, in the aggregate marks of the paper including the seasonal marks in each paper. No minimum pass percentage is prescribed for the sessional grades.
Sessional marks obtained by a candidate shall be carried over if a candidate fails in the final examination in any or all papers of the examination and appears as ex-student.
- Every candidate shall be required to submit a dissertation. The problem selected for dissertation shall ordinarily be from the area of specialization.
The proposal of the research problem of the Dissertation should be presented at a colloquium of teaching staff and M. Phil, course students. Five copies of tho proposa11 if the proper format should be made available by the candidate before the colloquium for the perusal of the staff.
The proposal should indicate the nature and significance of the research problem review of related litterateurs. sources of data. experimental design. methodology etc.
Three copies of completed dissertation, alongwith three copies of abstract shall be submitted by the end of the academic year. Candidates are permitted to submit their thesis before the end of June; every year, of tho year of examination. after which a late fees as per will be charged for each extension of six months not beyond two extension, failing which the student will be declared failed in dissertation.
The dissertation under part-II shall be examined by a Committee of two experts (one internal and one external) possessing Doctorate qualification in Physical Education or in the Area of Specialization. The adviser shall be the internal examiner in the Committee. There shall be a Viva-voce examination on the Dissertation and this shall also be conducted by the same Committee. The dissertation will be on pass/fail basis and no marks will be awarded for dissertation, Those who fail in part II (Dissertation) shell be permitted to resubmit the Dissertation with changes suggested and reappear for the Viva-voce examination within one year.
If a candidate fails in Dissertation but secures Pass marks in written papers, the written paper's marks obtained by the candidate ate shall be carried forwarded within the prescribed limit of one year.
Such candidates who pass both Part I and II separately shall be declared eligible for the award or M. Phil degree in Physical Education. No division will be awarded in M.Phil examination.
- ADMINISTRATION OF THE M. PHIL DEGREE PROGRAMME:
- The M. Phil programme will be administered through M. Phil Committee which shall consist of:-
- Head of Department
- Convenor of admission
- Not more than three staff members of Deptt.with Ph. D. and teaching M.Phil course to be nominated by the Head.
- Two Dominated members (external) by the Vice-chancellor of Raj. University
- The M. Phil Committee will:-
- Recommend admission of the M. Phi course and assign supervisor to guide in selection of topics for dissertation and guide the scholar. in the completion or dissertations.
- Prescribe the course content and suggest the reference books.
- Organise seminars/tutorials etc.
- Make arrangements for evaluating performance of M. Phil students at the seminars.
- Recommend names of examiners for M. Phil examinations (both theory and dissertation).
- Recommend to the University for the award of the degree to qualified students on the basis of assessment.
- Any other matter related to M. Phil course.
(Under Self-financing Scheme)
FIRST TERM M. PHIL
|Central Library fee
|Equipments and Gadgets
|Identity Card fee
|Reading Material & Journals
|Caution Money (Refundable)
|Tuition fee Ist instalment
|Student's Union fee
|Enrolment fee (as applicable)
|Eligibility fee (as applicable)
SECOND TERM M.PHIL
(In the Ist week of Jan. of the year)
|Equipment and Gadgets
|Tution fee final instalment
M. PHIL COURSE
RSEARCH PROCESS & EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS
- Meaning, Nature, Need and Scope of Research in Physical Education.
Classification of Research-Basic Research, Applied Research and Action Research.
Difference between fundamental and Action Research.
- The problem Locating the problem and criteria in selecting a problem, Statement of the problem. Delimitation and Limitation.
- Non-Laboratory Studies.
Historical Research, Philosophical studies. Surveys
- Laboratory Research;
Principles of Experimental inquiry (Mills Cannons Control of Experimental Factors, Instrumentation Establishing the Research Laboratory.
- Preparation of Research Report:
Organisation of thesis report, tables, figures footnotes and bibliography.
Aggarwal, J. C. Educational & Research-An Introduction (New Delhi: Surya Book Depot, 1966)
Best John, Research in Education. (New Delhi Prentio Hall of India, Pvt. Ltd., 1963.)
Clarke David H. and Clarke H. Harrison. Research Process in Physical Education, Engle Wood Cliffs. New Jersey Prentice Hall Inc. 1984.
Moule, George J. The Science of Educational Research (New Dehli : Eurasia Publishing House (Pvt.) Ltd. 1963)
Moule, George J. The Science of Educational Research (New Dehli : Eurasia Publishing House (Pvt.) Ltd. 1963)
Robson M., Uppal, A. K. and Brar T.S., Thesis Format (Gwalior, L. N. C. P. E, 1979)
M. PHIL COURSE
- Review or elementary statistical concepts.
- Analysis of Variance:
Need for analysis of variance,
Standard deviation of combined samples.
One-way Analysis is of variance.
Post Hoc Tests of significance.
- Analysis of Co-Variance :
(No problem to be given in this area).
- Partial and Multiple Correlations:
Meaning and Limitations of partial correlation method.
First-order partial correlation-computation.
Partial standard deviation.
Meaning of Multiple Correlation.
Computation of Multiple correlation.
- Prediction and Wherry-Deolittle Method :
Meaning or prediction.
Two-variable Regression Equations.
Multiple regression Equations.
Wherry Doolittle Method of Multiple Correlation.
- Special Correlational and Non-Parametric Methods :
Rank-Difference Method of correlations.
Bloomers, Paul and Lindquist E.F. Statistical Methods in Phychology and Education. (Calcutta, Oxford Boot Company, 1959).
Clerke, David H. and Clarke H. Harrison, Research Processes in Physical Education (Engle wood
Cliffs, New Jersey : Prentice Hall Inc., 1976)
Garret, H. E. and Wood Wosth R. S. Statistics in psychology and Education. Bombay: Allide Pacific Co. Ltd. 1958.)
Guilfcrd, J. P. Fundamental Statistics in Phychology And Eduction. (New York Me Graw Hill Book Co. Inc, 1956.)
Steel Robert C. D. and Torie, Manes A. Principles and Procedures or Statistics (New York Mc. Graw Hill Book Co. 1960.)
Clarke H. H. and Clarke D. H. advanced statistics with application to physical Education recreation & health London. Prentice Hall Inc.
MODIFICATION OF MEASURMENT AND EVALUATION
IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
-Historical Development of Measurement andEvaluation Techniques.
-An overview of Modern Trends in Measurement and Evaluation.
-Interpretation and use of Tcs's.
-Standards for Evaluation.
- Development of Objective Tests
-Physical Performance Tests
- Mechanics of Grading System
- Development of Rating Scales
- Critical Appraisal or Basic Performance Test in Physical Fitness, Health Related Physical Fitness Aerobic Fitness (VO 2 Max), Motor Fitness and Motor Fitness Components.
- Critical Evaluation or Skill Tests in Basketball, Hockey, Football and Volleyball VII, attitude Scales-An Introduction.
-Definition and Scope
Theory of Error and importance of precision and accuracy in making individual assessments, standards and Training.
Land marks and Conventions
-Densitometry and Skin fold Caliper Prediction of Body fat.
- 1. Introduction:
Nature and scope of Kinesiology in Physical Education.
- Conceptual Framework, Anatomic and Physiological Fundamental Human Motion:
Special terms and movement Kinesiological characteristics of joints, Goniometry, Structural classification of muscles. Types of muscular contractions. Different roles of muscles in a total movement. Methods to study muscular action. Kinesthetic Characteristics and functions of major muscles of the following joints.
- Techniques for tho Analysis of human motion with particular reference to Electromyography It Cinematography.
- Application of Kinesiology to Physical Education and Sports.
Analytical technique of muscular action and formation of conditioning exercise. Evaluation of conditioning exercise.
Wells, Katharine F. Kinesiology (Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company 1971)
Kelly, David L. Kinesiology Fundamenta1 of Motion (Description New Jersey: Prentice Hall 1971)
Thompson, Clan W, Manual of Structural Kinesiology (Tho C. V. Msbly Company, 1977)
C. Graves Richard and Camaion, E. David, Concepts in Kinesociology (Philadelphia: W. E. Saunders Co. 1975)
Cooper, John M. and Classow, Rutcuhs B. Kinesiology(C. V. Mosby Comyany, St. Louis, 1968)
Rasch, Philip. and Burke. Roger K. Kinesiology and Applied Anatomy, (Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1978)
OPTIONAL PAPER-IV (B)
- Nature and scope of Biomechanics in Physical Education.
- Biomechanical Fundamentals:
Classification of force systems (when forces lie in a single plane). The Linear force system, parallel force system. Concurrent and General force systems. Composition and resolution of force, Types of motion, Description of Linear Kinematics and Angular Kinematics Explanation of Linear Kinetics and Angular Kinetics. Fluid Mechanics.
- Application of Biomechanical analysis to some major sports activities (Running. Jumping. Throwing Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey and Football), Basic steps of observation of performance, Identification of faults, Evaluation of faults and Instruction.
Hay, James Co. Biomechanics of Sports Techniques. (Englewood Cliffs, N. J. : Prentice Hall, 1978)
Hay, James Co. and Reid, The Anatomical and Mechanical Bases of Human Motion. (Englewood Cliffs N. J. Prentice hall 1982.)
Cesiwe D. W. and Millor Don's Techniques of Analysis or Human Movement (London: Lepus Boot. 1975)
William and Lissoner, Bio-mechanics of Human Motion (London : W. B, Saunders Company, 1977)
Simonian Charles, Fundamentals of Sports Bio-Mechanics (Englewood Cliffs, N. J. Prentice Hall, 1981)
Hay James G. and Reid J. C. avin, Anatomy, Mechanics and Human Motion (Englewood Cliffs, N. J. Prentice Hall Inc., 1988)
OPTIONAL PAPER IV (A)
- Structure and functions of Muscle:
Classification or muscles, structure of muscle tissues, various theories of muscular, contraction. Hypertrophy of muscles in relation to physical activity.
- Neuromuscular Physiology:
Neuro, Motor units. Neuromuscular junction Bioelectric potential, kinesthesis. Tone, posture and equilibrium.
Fuel for muscular work, and Energy for muscular contraction, Aerobic and Anaerobic system- Interrelationship of Aerobic and Anaerobic system with special reference to different activities.
- Physiological Changes Due to Exercise and Training:
Effect exercise and training on various systems Oxygen debt second wind. Micro-circulation. Effect of exercise on carbohydrate fat and protein metabolism.
- Work and Environment:
Work capacity under different environmental conditions such as hot humid, cold and nigh altitude.
- Sports and Nutritions:
Physiological considerations of diet in relation to components quantities and significance, sport and diet and diet before during and after competition.
- Glycogen boosting:
Determination of energy cost of various sports activities.
OPTIONAL PAPER IV (B)
- Role of sports medicine in the field of Physical Education and Sport.
- Effect of smoking, Drinking and Drugs and athletic performance, Dopetesting.
- Prediation and performance by lab and field testing.
- Role, importance and construction of any National Physical Fitness programme physiological approach.
- Growth and Development:
- Individual rate of growth and development.
- Role of Heredity and environment on sports Performance.
Various instruments/equipments used in the field of exercise physiology lab in Bio-chemical, Histological and other studies.
- Sex difference and sports:
Exercise-Aging and Cardio-vascular dieases.
Guyton, A.C. Test Book of Medical Physiology (Philadelphia. W.B. Saunders company 1976)
De. Varics, H.A. Physiology of exercise for (Physical Education and Athletics. London: Staples Press London 1976)
Karpovich, P.v. and Sinning W.E. Physiology of Muscular Activity, (London, W.B. Saunders Co. London 1971)
Baurone, G.H. The Structure and Function of Muscles (Academic Press London:1972)
Morehouse, L.E. & Miller, A.T. Physiology of Exercise C.V. Mosby Company St. Louis, 1976)
P.O. Astrand, and Rodahat K. Text Book of Work Physiology (Mc. Graw Hill Koga Kucha Ltd. 1970)
Mathew D.K. and Fox E.L. Physiological Basis of Physical Eduation & Athletics, (Philadelphia W.B. Saunders Company 1976).
Katch and Datch, Exercise Physiology, Energy, Nurition & Human Performance U.K. Henry Kimpson, 1981)
Bargar, A.R. Applied Exercise Physiology Lea and Febiger, 1982) (Philadelphia :
Shaner L.g. Essentials of Exercise Physiology. (New Delhi Surjeet Publications, 1982).
OPTIONAL PAPER IV (A)
- The History & Development of Sport Psychology.
- Psychology of Play:
Traditional Theories of Play.
Twentieth Century Theories of Play.
The Psycho analytic position on Play, The Behavioristic Position on Play, the Cognitive Position on
- Psychology of Motor Learning :
Meaning of the Term, Perceptual Motor Learning Retension of Motor skill. Trasfer of Skill. Measurement of Learning and Learning Curve,
Attention and its role in Learning Motor Skill,
- Psychology of Running.
Running Through Your mind. Running Addition, the Anxiety of Runner.
- Children in Sport :
Early Psychological Experiences, Motivation of Children In Spart. Emotions of Children in Sport, Child and Coach. Children and Compctitive Sport.
- Woman in Sport:
Issues and Controversies
- Physical Activity and the Psychological Development of the Handicapped.
- Moral Growth in Sport.
OPTIONAL PAPER IV (B)
- personality of sportsman and Coach :
Nature of personality, The issue of Heredity in Personality, Personality Traits and Sports person, Assessment of Personality Traits. The Coach and his Personality.
- Problem or Sports persons and how to solve their Problems.
- Motivation in Sports:
Nature or Motivation, Theories of Motivation, Achievement Motivation, Motivation and participation In Physical Activity. Drop outs in Sport.
- Aggression in Sports:
Theories of Aggression, Cause. of Aggression, Aggression and its influence on performance.
- Sosio-Psychological Dimensions of Sport :
Sport performance in groups, Team cob. ion, Sociometry in Sport, Leadership in Sport, Sport Audience and its effect on performance.
- Psychology of Competition :
Psychological Characteristic of Pre-During and Post Competition (Anxiety, Fear. Frustration), Mental Training, Psychological Preparation for Competition.
- Psychological load in Competitive Sports:
Meaning of Psychological Load. Performance and Mental Load Capacity of a Sport. person.
- Volitional Regulation In Sport:
Characteristics of Volitionally Regulated Actions Factors affecting Volitionally Regulation, Development of Volitional qualities.
Alderman, R.S. Psychological Behaviour in Sports, (Philadelphia: W.B. Saunder Company, 1974.)
Butt Dorce Susan, Psychology of Sports, (New York, Van Nasthand Reinhold Company, 1979)
Cratty Brant J. Movement Behaviour and Motor Learing Philadelphia: Lea and Febige, 1975) 3rd edition.
Cratty Bryant J. Psychology of Contemport Sports, (Englewood Cliffis, N.J. Prentice Hall Inc, 1976)
Cratty Bryant, J. Psychology and Physical Activity, Englewood Cliffis, N.J. Prentice Hall Inc, 1978)
Cratty Bryant. J. Psychological Preparation & Athletic Excellence, New York: Movemnet Publication Inc 1978)
Coakley Jay, Sports in Society issues and Controversles (St. Louis, The C.V. Mosby Company, 1982)
Gold Stein and Jaoffery H. Sports Games & Play Social and Psychological View points. (Lawrence Erlhaum Associates Publishers X.J. 1979)
Kamlesh M.L.: Psychology of Physical Education & Sports Metropalitan Book Co. Pvt. Ltd. 1983)
Kane J.e. Psychological Aspect of Phy6sical Education and Sports (London: Routwdge and Kega Paul 1972)
Lbwolayn Jack K. & Blucker Juoley A. : Psychology of Coaching Theory & Application. New Delhi Surject Publications. 1982)
Martens Rainer, Social Psychology and Physical Activity, New York, Harper & Row Publishe s, 1975)
Ogilives Black & Tutko. Thomas A. Problem Athletrics and How to Handle Them. (Pelham Books 1968)
Singer Rober N. Sastaining Motivation in Sport, (Tallehese Flasde, Sports Consultant Incor National Zone, 1984)
Singer Rober N. Motor Learning and Human performance (Nwe York, Mac Millan, Publishing co. 1975)
Singer, Robert N. Coaching Athletic and Psychology. (New York Mc row Hills Book Company 1972.)
Sack Michael H. Sads Michael L. Psychology of Running Hlinor Human Kanetics Publishers Inc. Company 1981)
Tutko, Thomas. A. Richards Jack W. Psychology of Coaching, Boston: Allyn and Bacon Inc., 1971)