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Department of Physical Education

 

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The programme in Physical Education & Sport Sciences is an essential need of Pakistan in the current socio-political scenario. The crumbling social and moral fabric of the country is direly in need of the culture of peace and harmony. The aggression and violence riddled society may find some relief in sports and physical activity. The program will indirectly contribute to the promotion of tolerance and mutual co-existence in the society.

The department provides students with knowledge, skills and behaviors to enable them to achieve a degree of autonomy in developing and maintaining their physical, mental, social and emotional health. This domain focuses on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and physical activity in the lives of individuals and groups in our society. This domain is unique in having the potential to impact on the physical, social, emotional and mental health of the students. It promotes the potential for lifelong participation in physical activity through the development of motor skills and movement competence, health-related physical fitness and sport education. Engaging in physical activity, games, sport and outdoor recreation contributes to a sense of community and social connectedness. These are vital components of improved wellbeing.

Aims & Objectives

  • The program in Physical Education & Sport Sciences is designed to produce the graduates having a sound knowledge of the theoretical and practical subject matter;

  • Along with the knowledge of the subject they would also have a broader view of other disciplines of social as well as physical sciences. It will enable the students to interact with other branches of knowledge and strengthen their understanding of the society;

  • The graduates are to be empowered to establish and develop a viable and forceful line between theory / concept/ practice in the field of Health and Physical Education;

  • The collective efforts behind this course are to create cohesiveness among the institutions and personnel of the sports and physical education. The similarity among the outlines has been developed to inter-relate the discipline in the global perspective thus creating an environment of healthy competition and equal opportunities for all at national and international levels;

  • The programme in Physical Education & Sport Sciences is directly associated with wealth, fame and glamour. It aims at producing national heroes and outstanding models of the silver screen.

Facilities

 

Library, Indoor, Outdoor Sports Infrastructure.

 

 

Courses

Master in Physical Education (Sport Sciences) 2-Years Professional Program

 

Semester– I

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

PE-5101

Sports Management

3

PE-5102

Sports Nutrition

3

PE-5103

Computer Application in Sports

1

PE-5104

Theory of Games

3

PE-5105

Talent Development in Sports

3

PE-5101P

Practical Games (Football & Badminton)

1

PE-5102P

Practical Athletics (Sprints & Shot put)

1

PE-5103P

Practical Educational Gymnastics

1

Semester– II

PE-5201

Methods of Research in Sports

3

PE-5202

Methodology of Scientific Coaching

3

PE-5203

Science of Track & Field

3

PE-5204

Human Anatomy

3

PE-5205

Planning Sports Facilities

3

PE-5201P

Practical Games (Volleyball, Table Tennis)

1

PE-5202P

Practical Athletics (Long Jump, Triple Jump Discus)

1

PE-5203P

Practical Swimming (Free style & Back stoke)

1

Semester– III

PE-6101

Physical Education for Special Population

3

PE-6102

Sports Bio-Mechanics

3

PE-6103

Exercise Physiology

3

PE-6104

Sport Psychology

3

PE-6101P

Practical Games (Basketball, Cricket)

1

PE-6102P

Practical Athletics (High jump + Javelin Throw)

1

PE-6103P

Practical  Gymnastics

1

Semester– IV

PE-6201

Role of Media in Sports

3

PE-6202

Trauma & Rehabilitation

3

PE-6203

Measurement and Evaluation in Sports

3

PE-6204

Leadership in Sports

3

PE-6201P

Practical Games (Hockey, Tennis)

1

PE-6202P

Practical Athletics (Relay, Hurdles)

1

PE-6203P

Practical Small Area Games

1

PE-6299

Thesis/Research Work

6

 

 

 

 

Faculty

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT (Ext. No. 296, 298)                                                      

Name Qualification Position Area of Interest

Khadim Ali Khan

M.Sc Geography, Diploma in Demography (PU)

Director Sports

Mr. Waseem Akhtar MSc (PU) Lecturer  
Mr. Muhammad Atif Shafiq MSc (PU) Lecturer  
Mr. Muhammad Javed Bajwa M.Sc (PU),  M.Sc Mass Communication Lecturer  

Visiting/Adjunct Faculty

Khawaja Muhammad Moosa Naik

 

 

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UAN: (042) 111-000-010 (Ext - 298)

 

 

 


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