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Encylopaedia of Physical Education (In 5 Volumes)

 
Yogesh Kumar Singh (Author) Saket Raman Tiwari (Author) Chhote Lal Rathor (Author)
Synopsis This book has been created to provide access to information about contemporary of physical education. Practitioners and students at all levels in Physical education have a need to know what is happening today. The book will be of use to graduate and postgraduate students in physical education and to practicing teachers, administrators, librarians and planners. The chapters and the further sources of information cited in this book should lead the reader to thousands of people and documents for either research or programme planning purposes. This handbook of general anatomy has been written to meet the requirements of students who are newly admitted to a physical education college. It thoroughly introduces the greater part of physical education terminology, as well as the various structures, which constitute the human body. On account of the late admission and the shorter time new available or teaching anatomy, the coverage of general anatomy seems to suffer maximum. Since it lays down the foundation of the whole felt necessary ti produce a short, simple and comprehensive handbook on this neglected, though important, aspect of the subject. It has been written in a simple language, with the text classified in small parts to make it easier for the students to follow and remember. It is hoped that this will prove quite useful to the physical education students. Indian Physical Education has covered a long distance from Ancient to Modern Period, during this period it has faced so many problem and it has tried to save their own traditions and systems for the new generation as we are feeling now and observing their qualities it develop our country and human life’s health, as we want. But we should not forget that present tradition system of physical education has their own qualities, and due to these qualities and principles it has covered a long distance of its development. Now this is a part of the ancient history. Here is a question that if we have our own history of physical education than why we are carrying the Modern Physical education since independence? It is a very mere question and we have to face a lot of problems almost in every walk of life to find its answer. An Indian citizen can simply answer that the field of physical education has also been polluted with these significant problems, which prevail in the Indian Physical education since 1947. India has got the British system of education having its own structure and functions in heritage and a concerted effort has been made since then, to utilize that heritage in order to achieve comparable results by democratic means. Though we pledged in 1950 on the 26th day of January “We, the people of India having solemnly resolved to constitute into a sovereign democratic republic and to secure to all citizens, justice –Social, economic and political liberty of thoughts, of status and opportunity and to promote among them all, fraternity assuring dignity of the individual and unity of the nation; in our constituent assembly do hereby adopt, exact and give to ourselves this constitution”. Could we fulfill this pledge to this date? The answer is a ‘very big no’. Neither could we achieve justice, fraternity and liberty. We even failed to unite our nation –Mentally and Physically, both After analyzing the various factors we come to the conclusion that it is all due to our faulty system of education and their wrong objectives directed by our old educationist. Help our country and society and also to achieve the desired goal of life, We should understand and create awareness about the history of our Physical education. The goal of life is to get good and dynamic celebrity and we can get it through effective Physical education. The present volume is an humble effort to present the problems of Physical education through their past history, as the author has perceived. Almost every historical aspect of education and its problems can be solved in this book. The problems can be solved if there are a large number of idealistic education workers devoted to the cause. It should be quite obvious and understandable, that the level of elite sports in the country can be marginally lifted only by joint efforts of all involved in the process.
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About the authors

Yogesh Kumar Singh

Dr. Yogesh Kumar Singh (b. 1961) obtained his three Post-graduation in 1988 and M.Ed. in 1984 from Meerut University, Meerut. He obtained his Ph.D. in Education from Meerut University in 1992 and started his professional career as a Lecturer in Education in a Teacher’s Training College, Ajmer (1988-89), Rajasthan University, Jaipur, (1989-91) and has served as a lecture in the department of education from 1991 to 2000. Currently he is acting lecturer in education and In-Charge, Computer Centre, in Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Rural University, Chitrakoot (Satna), M.P. from 2001 to continue. He has obtained his computer certificates and diploma from the New Horizon’s, Lodhi Road, New Delhi (between 2000 to 2003). It is one of the best institution in computer training and education in India. Dr. Singh has to his credit nearly 22 Research Papers and Articles published in various outstanding Journals of repute; attended and actively participated in more than 15 Regional, National Seminars, Conferences and Workshops. Life members and office bearers of some professional and academic associations and is a teacher and researcher in the field of Education. Dr. Singh has written more than 16 books in the language of Hindi and English. He has conducted more than 5 educational research projects and his areas of interest besides the present one are Education for rural people and visually Handicapped, Psychology of Education, Research Methodology, Teacher Education, Technology of Teaching, School Administration and Supervision. Dr. Singh has visited more than five countries and he is educational advisor in the South African countries and conducted international projects to develop their school curriculum.

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Saket Raman Tiwari

Dr. Saket Raman Tiwari (1957) did M.A. in Indian Philosophy from Kanpur University, Kanpur and certificate in Yoga from Bihar School of Yoga, Mugger (Bihar) and after he has completed his Advance Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga from Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot University, Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh in the year 1995. The main area of interest is innovative teaching and practical training in yoga therapies. He has completed his PH.D. in Yoga Psychology in the year 2006 from Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Rural University, Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh.

Chhote Lal Rathor

Prof. Chhote Lal Rathor (1956) did his M.P.Ed. from Gwaliayar university of Madhya Pradesh. The main area if interest of teaching and research is in the field of Sports and games. He is working in the direction of high level of innovative research in the area of sports at grass root level. He has worked as a lecturer in the Sport Training College, Rewa and other sports college of different parts of the Madhya Pradesh. He has also served as a lecturer in the Govt. Sports College, Jabalpur and Later in the year 1992 to `995 he has worked as a professor in the Department of Sports and Yoga in the Rural university named mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot university, Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh.

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Bibliographic information

Title Encylopaedia of Physical Education (In 5 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8131300919
length x+172p.; xii+266p.; xii+238p.; x+264p.; x+229p., Figures; Appendix; Bibliography; 23cm.
Subjects Sports