Generally, the Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed) course shall extend over a period of one academic year provided it shall not be less than 180 working days, of having attended at least 75% of lectures delivered to and practical held for his/her class during the academic year preceding the examination.
The course shall comprise of three parts as indicated hereunder:-
|Part-II||Skill and Prowess|
|Part-III||Practice of Teaching|
The examination shall be open to a candidate who has satisfied following Conditions:
a) of having deliver 20 supervised lessons in Physical Education out of which 10 lessons shall be delivered in schoo1s/ colleges. The remaining ten lessons shall be taken in the class itself.
b) of having secured at least 33% marks in the internal assessment in each theory paper of part-I (theory), in part-II (Skill) and in Part-III (Practice of Teaching).
c) of having satisfactorily performed the work of the class.
There shall be at least two internal theory examinations in a year. A student may be detained from appearing in the university examination, if his/her achievements in theory/Practical is not found satisfactory and fall of attendance shortage.