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TSPSC PDs recruitment, Syllabus, Exam pattern(Scheme of exam)
TSPSC PDs recruitment Syllabus, Exam pattern(Scheme of exam)
Scheme and Syllabus for the post of Physical Director in Residential Educational Institution Societies


Preliminary (Screening Test)
Scheme of Examination
Written Examination (Objective Type) No. of Questions Duration (Minutes)   Marks
Paper General Studies, General Abilities and Basic Proficiency in English   150   150   150
Syllabus
Paper:  General Studies, General Abilities and Basic Profeiciency in English
Section-I: General Studies  
  1. Current Affairs – Regional, National & International. 
  1. Indian Constitution;  Indian  Political  System;  Governance  and  Public Policy.   
  1. Social  Exclusion;   Rights   issues   such   as   Gender,   Caste,   Tribe, Disability etc.and inclusive policies.
  2. Society Culture, Civilization Heritage, Arts and Literature of India and    Telangana   
  1. General Science; India’s Achievements in Science and Technology 
  1. Environmental  Issues;    Disaster    Management-    Prevention    and   Mitigation Strategies and Sustainable Development.   
  1. Economic and Social Development of India and Telangana. 
  1. Socio-economic,  Political   and  Cultural   History  of  Telangana   with special emphasis on Telangana Statehood Movement and formation of Telangana state.

S
ection-II: General Abilities 
  1. Analytical Abilities: Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation. 
  1. 10. Moral Values and Professional Ethics in Education. 
  1. 11. Teaching Aptitude

 Section – III: Basic Proficiency in English.  
  1. i) School Level English Grammar:
  Articles; Tense; Noun & Pronouns; Adjectives; Adverbs; Verbs; Modals; Subject-Verb Agreement; Non-Finites; Reported Speech; Degrees of Comparison; Active and Passive Voice; Prepositions; Conjunctions; Conditionals.    
  1. ii) Vocabulary:
  Synonyms and Antonyms; Phrasal Verbs; Related Pair of Words; Idioms and Phrases; Proverbs.     iii) Words and Sentences :   Use of Words ; Choosing Appropriate words  and  Words often Confused;  Sentence  Arrangement, Completion, Fillers and Improvement;  Transformation of Sentences ; Comprehension; Punctuation; Spelling Test; Spotting of Errors.

Main Examination Scheme and Syllabus for the post of Physical Director in Residential Educational Institution Societies

Scheme of Examination
  Written Examination (Objective Type) No. of Questions Duration (Minutes)   Marks
Paper Physical Education 150 150 300
Interview/ Demonstration /viva-voce 30
  Total   330
   
Syllabus   Paper: Physical Education  
  1. Meaning & Definitions of Physical Education, - Aims and objectives- Foundations of Physical Education – Biological, Philosophical, psychological and Sociological aspects; need and  importance   of  physical   education;   philosophy   of  physical education; socialization process – sports as cultural heritage of mankind – sports for all health for all; Physical education in ancient Greece & Athens,- physical education in  India;  Olympic  movement  –  Historical  development  of  Ancient  and  modern Olympic games.
  1. II. Essential of Physical Education; concepts and principles of class management- Qualities and    qualifications    of    physical    educational    personnel    –    duties &responsibilites; Organisation and administration of physical educational programme in educational; Institutions tournaments; Management of infrastructure, equipments, finance  and  personnel,  Registers  &  Records  methods  of  teaching;  Principles  of planning  physical  educational  lessons-  pupil- teacher relationship;  Construction  of physical education time-table. Principles of curriculum planning, curriculum designs, techniques of supervision; Techniques of Sports Management, Demonstration, Conference, Projects, Workshops, Bulletin and Public Relations and Administrations.   III. Research in Physical Education: Introduction to Research – Meaning – Definition –  Nature  and  Scope  –  Characteristics  –  Need  and  importance  of  research  in Physical Education.; Locating and selection of a Research problem, hypothesis formulation- types of testing; Collection of data, tools, sampling techniques Methods of Research – Historical research – Experimental research – Survey method & Case study method;  Descriptive  and Inferential  Statistical  Techniques  for data analysis and interpretation.   
  1. IV. Anatomy and  Physiology:  Joints  and  their  movements  – Planes  and  axes  – Classifications, Posture – Common deformitie Classification of Muscles; Structure and functions of Muscles, Tendons and types of Muscle fibres. Muscular Contraction – Role of Actin, Myosin, Sarcoplasm; Nervous system – co-ordination of muscular activity – Neuromuscular function; Motor and plate – Motor units – Neuromuscular transmission; Cardiovascular and Cardio-Respiratory system, Endocrine system, Hormones  – Pitutory,  Thyroid, Adrenal – Glands and their location – Parathyroid,   Pancreas; Effect of exercise on body organs and systems ; Doping – Ergogenic Aids – Doping – National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) – Effect of Exercise on Muscular, Cardio-respiratory   and  Endocrinal  systems;  Types  of  Sports  injuries  –  Skin  – abrasion, laceration, contusion, blisters, Haemotoma – Bone injuries - Fracture and dislocations, Muscle injuries –sprain, Strains and cramps,   
  1. V. Kinetic & Kinematic Principles: Kinetic & Kinematic Principles, Meaning of equilibrium, Motion and  force,  Limitations  upon  the  application  of  mechanical principles of fundamentals of spor Factors which determine the degree of stability
– Relationship  of centre  of gravity  to equilibrium  – Significance  of equilibrium  in sports; Motion – Newton;s Laws of Motion – Laws of Graviation and freely falling bodies, path of projectiles, special application of principles of projectiles to short put and long jump – of Rotary Motion and Linear Motion; Force – Definition and Meaning of the term Force – Factors of Force (Magnitude, direction and application) to sports – Centrifugal  and centripetal  forces and their application  to sports;Friction;  Work, power and Energy – Work done and Energy expended,  Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy; Analysis of Activities – Mechanical and scientific analysis of techniques of different sports styles – Walking, running, jumping and throwing.  
  1. V Test, measurement   and  Evaluation:   Need  and  use  of  Measurement   and Evaluation in Physical Education; Criteria of a Good Test; Establishing procedure of validity, Reliability, objectivity and Norms; Tests for fitness – Physical Fitness Tests – Speed test, Rogers Strength tests, Cardiovascular fitness tests (coopers tests, Tuttle pulse ratio test, hard ward step tests), AAHPERD Youth fitness tests Muscular endurance tests (Bent – knee situps) ; Motor ability – General motor ability ( Barrow and Scot) – Cozen Athletic ability – Motor educability – Indiana motor fitness test – Cozens motor ability tests.; Anthropometric measurements – General Body Measurements    Height,   weight,   Circumferences    length,   leg   length   –   Girth measurement  –  Body  composition  –  Fat  –  Body  mass  –  BMI,  BMR  Skin  fold callipers; Game Skill Tests – Schmithals – French Field Hockey Test, Football Skill Test : Mc Donald Volleying Soccer Test, Volleyball  Skill Test : Brady Volleyball  ; Test,  Russell  –  Lounge  Volleyball  Test,  Basketball  Skill  Test  :  Badminton  Test, Johnson Basketball Test.
  VII. Sports Psychology : Meaning, concept, nature Definitions of Sports Psychology. Need   and  importance;Personality   and  types   of  Personality-   well   built   sports personality;  Emotions-  positive,  and  negative  emotions  Motivation  – Intrinsic  and Extrinsic  motivation;  Role  of  motivation  in  sports;  The  principles  of  learning  – theories of learning, laws of learning. Theory of use and disuse; Emotional Aspects of Sports Anxiety –reasons of anxiety – Measurers to control anxiety; Anxiety and coaching intervention – (i) Pre-competition Preparation (ii) Psychological intervention during   competition   (iii)   Post   Competition   Evaluation   –   Arousal   –   Activation performance and emotion; Aggression and Hostility – Models of aggression – Aggression as an instinct – Frustration – Assessment of aggression – Reason for aggression in sports – factors to control aggression; Arousal and activation – Role of activation in sports – drive theory – sports performance   VIII. Sports training : Meaning, objectives and principles of sports training and talent identification;    Various   Training   Methods   -   Strength,   Speed   and   Flexibility Development  – Strength Training.  Speed Training.  Endurance  Training;  isotonic  - Isometric Interval Training Planning, and per iodisation of Training Process load over load principle Aerobic training; Anaerobic training, Weight training, Fartlek Training,   Interval training, Plyometric training, Resistance training, Pressure training; High Altitude training, Functional training, Repetition method of training, and Transfer of training  effects;  Specific  training  programme  for  development  of  various  motor qualities.  
  1. IX. Nutrition, Therapy  and  Yoga:  Food  –  Components  /  Ingredients  Nutrients, Balanced diet, Diet before, During and after the activity. Diet and performance; First Aid and Physiotherapy – First-Aid – Guiding principles of First-Aid; Physiotherapy – Physiotherapy – Meaning definition and principles of physiotheraphy, importance of physiotherapy in sports; Yoga –Yoga and its relevance to Physical Education; Yoga Asanas, Pranayama, Mudras and Kriyas – Yoga Vignan – A general survey of the preventive, promotive and curative aspects of Yoga techniques, Like Bronchial Asthama, Hypertenstions,  Arthritis and Diabetes;  Meditations  and Concentration  – Meaning of Meditation, Concentration and their experiences – types of Meditation – Role of Meditation in relaxations; Effect of Yogic Practices on Different system 
  1. X. Officiating and Coaching : Meaning, Concept and Definitions – Qualifications and Qualities of good official and Coach  – Duties  and  responsibilities  an official  and coach
 X Rules, Regulations, Dimensions and officiating of the Following Games: a) Ball- Badminton, b) Cricket, c) Football, d) Hockey, e) Kabaddi, f) Kho-Kho, g) Tennis, h) Track and Field, i) Basketball, j) Badminton, k) Handball, l) Volleyball, m) Table - Tennis n) Gymnastics, o) Swimming, p) Archery, q) Fencing r) Rifle / Pistol Shooting.

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