SEE AND Download the below Physicl Education TEachers SYllabus subject wise and marks wise

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TRT – 2012

Category of Post : PET


Part – I


Part – II

ENGLISH (Marks: 10)

1. Parts of speech

2. Tenses

3. Types of sentences

4. Articles and prepositions

5. Degrees of Comparison

6. Direct speech and indirect speech

7. Clauses

8. Voice – Active and passive voice

9. Use of phrases

10. Comprehension of a prose passage

11. Composition

12. Vocabulary


Part – III

Principles, Philosophy and History of Physical Education (Marks: 15)

(a) Meaning of the terms – Aims and Objectives – Aim and objectives of

Physical Education, Meaning and Definition of Physical Education

(b) Biological Principles: The biological basis of life; Growth and

Development; principles of use, disuse and overuse – Body types – Ages

of development.

(c) Sociological Principles: Physical Education and Recreation as socializing

factors – Cooperation and Competition; Character building and

Personality development through Games and Sports.

(d) History: Physical Education in Ancient Greece – Sparta, Athens – Ancient

Rome – Germany, Ancient and Modern Olympic Movement. Historical

development of Physical Education in India and status of various

committees and their recommendations

Part – IV

Organization and Administration of Physical Education


(Marks: 12)

(a) Meaning of the terms organization, Administration and supervision.

(b) (i) Guiding Principles of Organization

(ii) Physical Education Department set up in School, District and State.

(c) Play fields – Construction and Maintenance – Equipment – Purchase and

Care and Maintenance; Layout and Maintenance of swimming pool and


(d) Time-Table; Factors influencing time-table; Types of Physical Education

Periods; Time allotment for Intra-Murals, Extra Murals, Play days,


(e) Budget and Accounting – Preparation and Administration of good budget.

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(f) Records and Registers – Types of Registers – Stock, Issue, Attendance,

Physical Measurement and fitness record Cumulative Register.

(g) Supervision – Meaning and need; Guiding principles of supervision.

Part – V

Psychology, Materials and Methods of Physical Education


(Marks: 12)

(a) Psychology : Meaning and Definition of Psychology – Definition of Sports

Psychology, Development and stages – Motor development, Social

development – Role of Maturation – Individual differences.

(b) Play – Theories of Play

Learning – Kinds of Learning – Laws of Learning – Learning curve –

Transfer of Training.

Motivation – Meaning, definition and its importance.

(c) Methods and Materials in Physical Education

(i) Definition of Method and Material

(ii) Presentation techniques – Personal and Technical – Management of


(iii) Methods of Teaching – Factors influencing method – Verbal

Explanation, Demonstration, Explanation, Discussion and


(iv) Lesson Planning – Types of Lessons – Objectives of Lesson Planning -

Values of lesson Plan.

(v) Tournaments – Types of Tournaments – Knock out, League and

Combination – Fixtures for Tournaments – Knock-out League fixtures.

(vi) Classification – Classification of Students – Mc Cloys’, Cozens,

Tirunarayan and Hari Haran, School Games Federation of India

students classification.

(vii) Characteristics of Good Test.

(viii) Training Methods

Definition of Training – importance of Training – Principles of

Training – Types of Training Methods – Resistance, circuit, Interval

and Continuous warning up types and cool down Fatigue – Types of

Fatigue – Effect on sports performance; Various Recovery methods

and types of recovery.

Part – VI

Anatomy and Physiology and Kinesiology


(Marks: 12)

(a) Structure and Functions of cell

(b) Skeletal system

- Bones – Axial and Appendicular Skeleton – Structure and Functions

of bones – Types of bones – Effect of exercise on skeleton system.

(c) Muscular system

- Classification of Muscles – Effect of Exercise on Muscular system

(d) Respiratory system

– Structure of Human Respiratory system – Mechanism of Respiration –

Effect of Exercise on Respiratory system.

(e) Digestive system

- Structure of human digestive system and process of digestion – Effect

of exercise on digestive system.

(f) Circulatory system

- Constituents of Blood and its functions – Structure and Functions of

Human Heart - Effect of Exercise on Circulatory system.

(g) Excretory system

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- Structure and Functions of Kidneys and Skin – Effects of Exercise on

Excretory system.

(h) Nervous system

- Structure and Functions of Human Brain and Spinal cord.

(i) Kinesiology

- Types of joints and Movements around joint. Origin, insertion and

action of the muscles around joints.

Part – VII

Health Education, Safety Education and Physiology of Exercise


(Marks: 15)

(a) Definition of Health, Hygiene and Sanitation

(b) Factors influencing Health – Heredity, Habits and Environment.

(c) Factors influencing Physical and Mental Health.

(d) Communicable diseases – Prevention and Control – Tuberculosis, Cholera,

Malaria, Typhoid, Measles and Whooping cough.

(e) Food and Nutrition – Essential Constituents of food – Proteins, CHO, Fats,

Minerals, Vitamins – Balanced DIET – Under nutrition and malnutrition.

(f) Posture – Definition – Values of Good Posture – Common Pastural

deformities – Kyphosis, Lordosis, Scoliosis, knocked – knees, Flat foot.

(g) Coordinated School Health programme – Health Services, Health Instruction,

Health Supervision and Health Record.

(h) Safety Education – Safety on Road, Safety in the School, Safety on playfields.

(i) Pollution – Air and Water Pollutions and their prevention and control.


(a) Yoga – Definition, Meaning and Objectives.

(b) Values of Streams of Yoga – Jnana, Bhakti, Karuna, Raja Yoga

(c) Relationship of Yoga with Physical Education and Health.

(d) Patanjali Ashtanga Yoga; Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Prathyahasa,

Dharma, Dhyana and Samadhi.

(e) Pranayama – Meaning and importance; Stages of Pranayama.

(f) Effect of yoga on sports performance.

Physiology of Exercise:

Warming up, Conditioning, Motor end plate, Glycolsis.

Part – VIII

Officiating and Coaching of Physical Education


(Marks: 14)

(a) Meaning and Principles of officiating

(b) Duties of Referee / Umpires / Scorer’s in various Games.

(c) Athletics – Runs, Throws and Jumps

(d) Marking, Rules, Signals and Systems of Officiating in the following Games;

Volley Ball, Basket Ball, Kabaddi, Kho kho, Soft Ball, Ball Badminton,

Hockey, Foot Ball, Cricket, Tennikoit, Hand Ball.