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MRI announces admission for BPEd and sports sciences

education Updated: Jul 07, 2010 10:19 IST
Hindustan Times

MRI announces admission for BPEd and sports sciences
Manav Rachna International University, Faridabad has announced admissions for Bachelor of Science physical education & sports sciences. It's a three year full-time (Regular course with six semesters with practical training). Eligibility is 50 per cent marks in aggregate (Best five subjects) in 10+2 in any stream with pass in English.

The programme provides a greater understanding of the scientific bases of human performance and the influence of sport and exercise upon health. This course has a multidisciplinary emphasis providing a broad base of knowledge and skills.

The course includes English (basics and grammar), computer applications, anatomy and physiology, introduction to physical education, sports and exercise, games and sports in first semester. In the second semester, one will have to study English communication, environmental science, anatomy and physiology, health education, games and sports

In the third semester, one has to study games and sports, sports demography (sports for all), exercise physiology, sports physiotherapy, sports kinanthropometry.

In the last semester, one would study science of sports training, sport psychology, sport nutrition, skill, prowess and lesson plan, games and sports. After the programme finishes, graduates have opportunity to work in Fitness industry, Sports council/administration, Recreation and leisure management, and can also work as Sports coach, Academician, can render their expertise for Exercise prescription and testing, Sports science support. One can also choose to continue studies by taking a Master's degree, PhD, or teacher training qualifications, or taking a second degree in a related subject like sports physiotherapy.