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DOT PROJECT

DoT (01ST to 05th MAY, 2018)


PROJECT ON PHYSICAL
FITNESS
Submitted to:
Shri. Inder Jeet Mittal ,
Master Trainer, Govt. of India
Submitted by:
Smt. NEETU MISHRA,
ASSISTANT COMMANDANT
CRPF ACADEMY
GURUGRAM
Sl.no CONTENT PAGE

1 INTRODUCTION

2 DETAIL OF TRAINEE

3 DESIGN BRIEF

4 LEARNING UNITS
OF DESIGN

5 ANNEXURE
INTRODUCTION
This project is based on imparting knowledge and skills regarding physical fitness to mahila
jawans in CRPF.This project are a part of DOT course held at CRPF Academy from
01/05/2018 to 05/05/2018 under guidance of Master Trainers Shri Inder jeet Mittal and Shri
Umesh Chandra joshi.

I am working on this project as I have worked in mahila battalion and have seen the physical
standards as well as lack of motivation in mahila jawans. Being physically fit is demand of
security forces in order to increase efficiency as well as to perform the required field task in a
better way.

I hope this design will help in enhancing knowledge and skill regarding physical fitness to
mahila jawans.

Neetu Mishra

Assistant commandant

CRPF Academy
Details of Trainees:

 Project submitted by:


Neetu Mishra

 Title of Project: Training on


imparting knowledge and skills
regarding physical fitness to
mahila jawans

 Organization: Central
Reserve Police Force.(CRPF
Academy Kadarpur)

 Course held at : CRPF


Academy,Kadarpur

 Duration : 5 days
(01/05/2018 to 05/05/2018)
DESIGN BRIEF
CLIENT : DG CRPF

PERFORMANCE PROBLEM: Increase in physical problems


among mahila jawans in CRPF which is affecting their morale and
motivation.

TRAINING NEEDS: There are 5 mahila battalions in CRPF


deployed at different parts of India and they have to work in extreme
conditions like male counterpart. But due to physiological differences
which directly relate to strength, endurance our mahila jawans are
lacking somewhere in physical fitness after certain periods of time which
leads to:

 Decrease performance at ground level


 Low motivation
 More LMC cases
 Ops strength of coy is also affected.
 Affects personal life.
 Difficulty in performing required task

So training is required to minimise all the above factors to certain level


and improve the performance of mahila jawans in field.

CONSTRAINTS: The constraints which this training design may


face are:

1. TIME – The time duration of the course will be 2 days as we


cannot spare the jawans for long duration.
2. TRAINEES – The strength of trainees will be on lower side
AIM: To impart knowledge and skill regarding physical fitness to Mahila
Jawans in CRPF.

BENEFITS :
1. TO ORGANISATION- Being physically fit is directly related to
increased efficiency which will help organization grow.
Also strength of coy will be maintained and LMC cases will reduce.
2. TO INDIVIDUAL- Motivation and morale of individual will be high.
Knowledge related to physical fitness will increase.
Will be able to demonstrate the exercise taught to them during
training.

LEARNING UNITS (L.U)


1. Anatomy of human body
2. Health issues
3. Exercise program
Training Objectives (T.O.) & Enabling Objectives
(E.O.):
LEARNING UNIT -1 Anatomy of human body
TRAINING OBJECTIVE – At the end of training, trainees will be able to describe
basic anatomy of human body.

ENABLING OBJECTIVE- (i) at the end of session trainees will be able to identify the
various body parts.

(ii) At the end of session, trainees will be able to list 10 important muscles which are
prone to injury.

(iii) At the end of session trainees will be able to list functions of 5 muscles.

LEARNING UNIT -2 Health issues


TRAINING OBJECTIVE- At the end of training, trainees will be able to identify the
major health issues.

ENABLING OBJECTIVE- (i) At the end of session, trainees will be able to define
physical fitness.

(ii) At the end of session, trainees will be able to list 5 health issues which females
are vulnerable to.

(iii) At the end of session, trainees will be able to identify the cause of health
issues.

LEARNING UNIT -3 Exercise program


TRAINING OBJECTIVE – At the end of training session, trainees will be able to
demonstrate exercise to prevent health issues.
ENABLING OBJECTIVE-(i) At the end of session, trainees will be able to list 10
benefits of physical exercise.

(ii) At the end of the session, trainees will be able to design exercise program related
to the heath issue.

(iii) At the end of the session, trainees will be able to demonstrate the exercise
program designed.

Entry Behaviour Of Trainees


No. of Trainees – 20

Age of trainees – 25 to 40 years

The trainees are matriculate.

The trainees have done basic physical training.

Trainees are receptive.

Duration of Training Course


The duration of training course will be 2 days

Venue
The venue of training course will be training institution, CRPF.

Number of Trainees: 20
Transfer of Learning
After completion of the training course, the trainees require the
opportunity to apply their learning in the practical field i.e. Transfer of
Learning is very much essential. Therefore, the following steps may be
undertaken for transfer of learning at the field level.

1. One week course can be run by the trainees at battalion level for
each coy.
2. Records can be maintained at coy level regarding the
improvement in health conditions.
3. Feedback from the mahila jawans may be taken for further
improvement in course.

Performance Assessment
Performance Assessment is very much essential to achieve the
training objectives. For this training course, formative
assessment may be done. By the formative assessment, we can
measure the performance of the trainees through Discussion,
Question & Answer & Quiz during the training period.

Internal Validation: At the end of every training session, the


trainees will be asked questions based on the content & reading
material provided so that the trainer can assess whether the
training objectives have been fulfilled or not.

External Validation: This may be done by taking feedback from


coy commanders as well as unit MO whether the trainees’
performances have improved or not in field or other duties
assigned to them.
Budget for 2 days Training Course:
Sl.No. Items/Particulars of Expenditure Budget(RS.)
1 Honorarium to trainer@2500 5000/-
2 Training Kit for trainer - 1 OHP, 1 Computer, 4 3000/-
Flip Charts, 1White Board, 4 Markers, Register,
and exercise mat,skeleton,charts
3 Training Kit for trainees - Reading Material, 4000/-
Writing Pad, Pen, Folder @ Rs. 200 per trainee
4 Photography & Videography 2000/-
5 Miscellaneous 2000/-

Total Cost 16,000/-

Total Expenditure for the training course will be


Rs. 16,000/-(Twenty Seven Thousand Two
Hundred only) i.e. Rs. 800/- per day per trainee.
ANNEXURE
PLEASE NOTE: ANNEXURE ATTACHED IN FOLDER
ANNEXURE - A (SAMPLE COPIES OF EXERCISE DESIGN FOR
DIFFERENT HEALTH ISSUES)