Officiating and Coaching

Paper Code: 
PHE - 502
Credits: 
2
Contact Hours: 
30.00
Max. Marks: 
100.00
4.00
Unit I: 
Officiating

1.1. Definition and Importance of Officiating

1.2. Principles of Officiating

1.3. Duties of Official

4.00
Unit II: 
Quality of Official

2.1. Qualities of a good Official

2.2. Suggestion for Improving the Standard of Officiating

2.3. Officials for Athletics and other major Games and their Responsibilities

8.00
Unit III: 
Coaching

3.1. Meaning and Definition of Coaching

3.2. Importance of Coaching

3.3. Principles of Coaching

3.4. Qualities of a good Coach

3.5. Duties of a Coach

8.00
Unit IV: 
Training

4.1. Meaning and Definition of Training

4.2. Types of Training

4.3. Principles of Sports Training

4.4. Factors affecting Training

6.00
Unit V: 
Skills

5.1. Demonstration and Analysis of Skills

5.2. Criteria of Selection of players

5.3. Principles of Offence and Defence

5.4. Training Schedules

5.5. Requisites of a Champion

Essential Readings: 

1. Dr. P.D. Sharma: Officiating and Coaching, A.P. Publishers, 19, Books, Market, Chowk Adda, Jalendher.

2. Singh Hardayal – Sports Training General Theory and Practice NSNIS Publication Patiala, 1984.

References: 

1. Clair Bee and Ken Norton: The Science of Coaching: Second Edition, The Ronald Press Company, New York 1959.

2. James B. Bonder: How to Be successful Coach, Prentice Hall, INC, Englewood Cluffs N.J.