JOB CHART OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER

JOB CHART OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER BY VIDE PROC.
RC.N9. 493/NEPI4-2-87, 01:: 15-06-1988
1. Conduct of Assembly and prayer in the morning.
2. Attending to correspondence work, making of courts, issue of games equipment to games boys       (morning sessions),
3. Taking instructional periods in the time table and wearing proper uniform.
4. Conduct of participation periods, Mass Drill periods, and optional periods. Special coaching after school hours.
5. Assisting the Medical Officer in conducting the medical examination.
6. (a) Maintenance of individual health records (b) Follow up action. (c) Teaching of health habits
7. Teaching of physical efficiency tests for 8th, 9th, 10th
Class students during working hours of the School twice in an academic year.
8. Classification of students and conduct at intra-murals.
9. Preparation of school teams for inter-school competition or tournaments.
10. Maintenance of records and registers (Stock Register. Fundamental Skills Register. Attendance Register, Stock of Games and Sports Material, Maintenance at individual health records, registers, tiles and unserviceable articles register.
“It. Stock verification, auction and condemnation of articles.
12. Setting of accounts and submission of vouchers for the year.
13. Conduct of National days and sports day or school day!
14. Safety preservation of games material during vacation.
1 5. Maintenance of good relationship with student’s staff and public.
16; He should assist the heads of the institutions in maintaining discipline in the school

Periods
a) Health Education
 b) instructional, Period
c) Participation Periods
d) Optional Period
 e) Special Coaching after School Hours
a) Health Education Period
Personal Hygiene, Environmental Hygiene, Communicable Diseases, Community Health, Mental Health, Food fats, Nutrition, Balanced diet, Water, Oxygen, Vitamins. System of the Human Body, Heredity and environment, First Aid School Health Services, World Health Organization, UNlCEF, CARE, Environmental pollution and Sanitation, Children effected alcohol, misuse of drugs. ..
b) Instructional Period
All major games: History of the game, measurements, skills and techniques, Mass exercises, Asanas, Pyramids,
 b) Training and Coaching
 c) Participation Period
Whatever you taught in instructional period the same may be given participation
d) Optional Period Special Coaching will be given in games or sports.
Intramurals
The student will be classified into various “Houses” separately for boys and girls. The House should be Sub» Divided into juniors and seniors. The Houses should be named with National Leaders and eminent sports
Personalities.
The competition among the Houses in various games
And Sports should be conducted throughout the academic year on league basis and the prizes and incentives should be awarded at the time of school anniversary. The physical Education Teacher should see that every student should that every student should will get and opportunity’s in intramurals.
Extramural
The Physical education Teacher should observe and select the best player during the intramurals and make them eligible to participate in the extra-mural competitions. ‘
Coaching
The Physical Education Teacher should conduct the coaching
Camps periodically for various games and sports
 Classification
  I   index     172 height (inches) +Weight (in lbs.)
 0n the basis of this formula the following indices have been adapted in the schools of Madras State.
Group                            index
Seniors                 200 and above
 Intermediates     180 and below 200 juniors             60 and below 180
Sub junior.            Below 160
II Index
Age + Height 41/10 Weight
(Age in year’s height in inches & weight in lbs.)
 Group                   Index,
 Seniors            85 and above
Intermediates.   80 85
Juniors.           75 to 80
Sub-Juniors        70 to 75
Lower Class       65 to 70
Bottom Class      65 and below
In considering the age of a pupil for the index the; years and the completed month should be taken into account
Example Age =14 years and 2 months 14.17 (in years)
Height 5 feet and 61. 00 (in Inches}
Weight 85 lbs.  8.50(1/19wt in. lbs.)
Index
Classification for Girls
Index I = (4M9+Height+Wesght)/3)
Index ii (20Age+6Height+Weight)
(Age in completed years Height in inches and weight pounds),

 

 JOB CHART OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER BY VIDE PROC.

RC.N9. 493/NEPI4-2-87, 01:: 15-06-1988
1. Conduct of Assembly and prayer in the morning.
2. Attending to correspondence work, making of courts, issue of games equipment to games boys       (morning sessions),
3. Taking instructional periods in the time table and wearing proper uniform.
4. Conduct of participation periods, Mass Drill periods, and optional periods. Special coaching after school hours.
5. Assisting the Medical Officer in conducting the medical examination.
6. (a) Maintenance of individual health records (b) Follow up action. (c) Teaching of health habits
7. Teaching of physical efficiency tests for 8th, 9th, 10th
Class students during working hours of the School twice in an academic year.
8. Classification of students and conduct at intra-murals.
9. Preparation of school teams for inter-school competition or tournaments.
10. Maintenance of records and registers (Stock Register. Fundamental Skills Register. Attendance Register, Stock of Games and Sports Material, Maintenance at individual health records, registers, tiles and unserviceable articles register.
“It. Stock verification, auction and condemnation of articles.
12. Setting of accounts and submission of vouchers for the year.
13. Conduct of National days and sports day or school day!
14. Safety preservation of games material during vacation.
1 5. Maintenance of good relationship with student’s staff and public.
16; He should assist the heads of the institutions in maintaining discipline in the school
Periods
a) Health Education
 b) instructional, Period
c) Participation Periods
d) Optional Period
 e) Special Coaching after School Hours
a) Health Education Period
Personal Hygiene, Environmental Hygiene, Communicable Diseases, Community Health, Mental Health, Food fats, Nutrition, Balanced diet, Water, Oxygen, Vitamins. System of the Human Body, Heredity and environment, First Aid School Health Services, World Health Organization, UNlCEF, CARE, Environmental pollution and Sanitation, Children effected alcohol, misuse of drugs. ..
b) Instructional Period
All major games: History of the game, measurements, skills and techniques, Mass exercises, Asanas, Pyramids,
 b) Training and Coaching
 c) Participation Period
Whatever you taught in instructional period the same may be given participation
d) Optional Period Special Coaching will be given in games or sports.
Intramurals
The student will be classified into various “Houses” separately for boys and girls. The House should be Sub» Divided into juniors and seniors. The Houses should be named with National Leaders and eminent sports
Personalities.
The competition among the Houses in various games
And Sports should be conducted throughout the academic year on league basis and the prizes and incentives should be awarded at the time of school anniversary. The physical Education Teacher should see that every student should that every student should will get and opportunity’s in intramurals.
Extramural
The Physical education Teacher should observe and select the best player during the intramurals and make them eligible to participate in the extra-mural competitions. ‘
Coaching
The Physical Education Teacher should conduct the coaching
Camps periodically for various games and sports
 Classification
  I   index     172 height (inches) +Weight (in lbs.)
 0n the basis of this formula the following indices have been adapted in the schools of Madras State.
Group                            index
Seniors                 200 and above
 Intermediates     180 and below 200 juniors             60 and below 180
Sub junior.            Below 160
II Index
Age + Height 41/10 Weight
(Age in year’s height in inches & weight in lbs.)
 Group                   Index,
 Seniors            85 and above
Intermediates.   80 85
Juniors.           75 to 80
Sub-Juniors        70 to 75
Lower Class       65 to 70
Bottom Class      65 and below
In considering the age of a pupil for the index the; years and the completed month should be taken into account
Example Age =14 years and 2 months 14.17 (in years)
Height 5 feet and 61. 00 (in Inches}
Weight 85 lbs.  8.50(1/19wt in. lbs.)
Index
Classification for Girls
Index I = (4M9+Height+Wesght)/3)
Index ii (20Age+6Height+Weight)
(Age in completed years Height in inches and weight pounds),

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