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STATUS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN DEGREE COLLEGES IN ODISHA: A STUDY

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E-ISSN 2278-8808
P-ISSN 2278-8808
Publisher Name Dr. Yashpal Netragaonkar
Email dryashdnet@gmail.com
Language ENGLISH
Starting Year 2012
Discipline INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Frequency Monthly
Website http://srjis.com
Country India
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Description The present investigation aims at studying the status of physical education programme in degree colleges in Odisha. A sample of 50 Physical Education Teachers and 300 students of 50 degree colleges affiliated to 5 universities of Odisha participated in the study. The study revealed that six different indoor games were organized in colleges which include badminton, carom, chess, table tennis, tenikoit and yoga. Under outdoor games ten games were organized such as athletic, archery, basket ball, cricke t, foot ball, hockey, kabadi, khokho , lawn tennis and volley ball. Five different criteria were followed by the i nstitutes for the organization of Physical education activities such as physical facilities available, interest of the students, availability o f time, availability of person to provide instruction and need of the time. Physical Education Teachers and Officers - in - C harge of games and sports organized p hysical education activities in college s . Fee for physical education were collected from students. There was provision of incentives for students for their participation in physical education in all the institutions. In almost all the colleges internal evaluation was conducted to know the performance of students in physical edu cation. Students of the c olleges participated in physical education activities at different levels such as inter - college level , district levels university level and state level. None of the colleges subscribed any journal of physical education to their institutions.