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SYLLABUS Department of Home Science PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

Two Semesters (2007-2010)

Proposed Schedule for PG Diploma in Sports science and Nutrition

Semesters

Theory

Credit

Practical

Credit

Project/Inter

Credit

Total

Total

Contact

/ Seminar

nship

Contact

Credits

Hrs/week

Contact

Contact

Hrs/week

Hrs/week

Hrs/week

 

I 12

12

06

04

- -

 

18

16

 

II 12

12

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02

- 12

 

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INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER I SSN 151 Anatomy and Human Physiology (THEORY)

Credits

- 4

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

- 60

Objectives:

• To acquire knowledge regarding the human body

• To know in detail about various systems of body

Contents:

Unit I

12 Hrs

1. Cells and Tissues- Structure and functionality of the cell .Types of Tissues (With respect to epithelial, connective, muscle and nervous tissues)

2.Cardiovascular System

Blood – Composition and Functions, Erythropoiesis, Blood groups & Blood

transfusion , Sports anemia Heart – Structure, Cardiac cycle, Cardiac output & Effect of exercise, Blood Pressure & Hypertension

Circulation of Blood – Systemic, Pulmonary, Portal and Coronary circulation & Heart Attacks

3.Lymphatic System

Structure & Functions of Lymph, Lymph vessels and Lymph nodes

Importance in diseases

Unit II

4. Skeletal System

Structure & Formation of Bones. Osteoporosis

12 Hrs

5.Digestive System Structure & Functions of Stomach, Small Intestine, Large intestine, Pancreas, Islets of Langerhans, Liver & Gall Bladder Digestion & Absorption of Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats

Unit III

12Hrs

6.Urinary System

Structure & Functions of Kidneys

Formation of Urine

Factors affecting urinary excretion

7.Respiratory System

 

Structure & Functions of Lungs

External & Internal Respiration

Control of Respiration – Nervous & Chemical

Vital Capacity

Work physiology – BOT Max, MR Max

Unit IV

12Hrs

8.Endocrine System

Hierarchical organization of human endocrine system

Functions of Pituitary, Thyroid, Parathyroid & Adrenal Glands

9.Reproductive System Structure & functions of Male Reproductive Organs – Testes, Vas Deferens & Seminal Vesicles, Prostrate & Urethra Structure & functions of Female Reproductive Organs – Uterus, Vagina, Fallopian tubes & Ovaries, Fertilization , Menstrual Cycle

Unit V

10.Nervous System

12 Hrs

Structure of Neurons

Meninges and Cerebro-Spinal fluid

Structure & Functions of Brain and Spinal cord

11.Sense Organs

Structures and Functions – Tongue, Nose, Eyes, Ears, Skin

Book recommended

1. Guyton Holt, A Text Book of Medical Physiology Saunder & Co.ltd.

2. Kathleer Armstrong, Anatomy & Physiology for Nurses, 2 nd Edition- Balliere Tindall, Ist Anne’s Road East bowne, East Sussex London.

3. Gordon .W Anatomy & Physiology for Nurses and students of Human Biology Fourth Edition ,Sears-London Edward Arnold Publishers Ltd.

4. Elaine N. Marieb , Human Anatomy & Physiology, The Benjamin/ Cummings Publishing Company.Inc.

5. Gerard J. Tortora and Nicholas P. Anagnostakos, Principles of Anatomy & Physiology, Harper & Row Publishers, New York.

6. Lal P. Work Physiology Lady Irwin college, new Delhi.

7. Astrand, Evaluation of work physiology

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER I Paper Code- SSN 152

Human Nutrition and Metabolism

(`Theory)

Credits

- 4

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

- 60

Objectives:

This course will enable the students to:

1. Impart knowledge regarding the principles of human-nutrition and metabolism of

nutrients

2. Familiarize with basic concepts nutrient requirements.

Contents:

Unit I

12 hrs

1.

Digestion of Food- Role of gastrointestinal tract, hepatobiliary system and pancreas

2.

Carbohydrate:-

Digestion,

Absorption

and

metabolic

conversions

(in brief),

functions, sources, requirements, effects of deficiencies and excess of sugar, starches,

to include utilization of Glucose

(postabsorptive), conversion to glycogen and fat, Glucose homeostasis and role of

hormones(in brief) Unit II

importance

of

fiber

,Metabolic

conversions

10 hrs

Lipids :- Digestion, Absorption, functions, sources, requirements, effects of

deficiencies

implications for health (in brief)

and

excess

of

fatty

acids,

fat,

cholesterol

Role

of

lipoproteins

and

Proteins: - Digestion, Absorption, functions, sources, requirements during different stages of life cycle, effects of deficiencies and excess of Protein and amino acids- essential and nonessential amino acids, Disposal of nitrogenous wastes – role of liver and kidney in Protein synthesis and breakdown.

Unit IV

Vitamin & Minerals :- Absorption and transport, functions (physiological and biochemical ) , sources, requirements during different stages of life cycle, effects of deficiencies and excess of:-

14 hrs

1. Fat soluble vitamins (Vitamin A,D,E,K) and Water soluble vitamins (Vitamin B, C)

2. Minerals and trace elements (Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Sodium , Potassium, Iodine ,

Zinc)

3. Role of anti-oxidants

Unit V

12 hrs

1. .Fluid balance in sports and exercise, importance, symptoms and prevention of

dehydration.

2. Introduction to dietary supplements, ergogenic aids and prohibitive ingredients :-

dopamine, steroids .

Books recommended

1. Groff, James L & Gropper, Sareen S: Advanced nutrition and human metabolism. 3rd ed. Stamford : Wadsworth Publ, 1999.

2. Padley and Podmore. Chichester : Ellis The Role of Fats in Human Nutrition, Horwood, c 1985. (Ellis Horwood Series in Food Science and Techology, edited by I D Morton)

3. Guthrie Helen Introductory Nutrition. (1986) Times Mirror/ Mosby College

4. Mudambi, S.R., Rajgopal, M.V,Fundamentals of Foods and Nutrition, .(1990) New

Age International Pvt. Ltd.

5. Nutrient Requirements and Recommended Dietary Allowances for Indians-

I.C.M.R. Publication 1999.

6. Robinsson, and Lawler. Normal and Therapeutic Nutrition. (1986) Mac Millan Pub.Co.

7. Wardlaw: Perspectives in Nutrition, (1993) Paul Insel Mosby.

8. Bhatia Arti: Nutrition & Dietetics- Anmol Publication Pvt. Ltd.- New Delhi.

9. C. Gopalan, B.V. Ramasastri and S.C. Balasubramanian - Nutritive Value of Indian Foods.

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER I Paper Code-SSN 153 Human Nutrition & Physiology (Practical)

Credits

- 2

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

- 60

Objectives:

This course will enable the students to:

1. Impart knowledge regarding the principles of human-nutrition

2. Familiarize with basic concepts of physiology

Contents:

1. Basic five food groups, dietary guidelines and food pyramid 2. Standardization of common recipes 3 Planning and preparation of:

i- Energy dense recipes, low glycemic and high glycemic food,

ii- Protein rich recipes

iii- High fibre recipes iv- Low fat recipes

v-

Low sodium recipes

vi

Antioxidant rich recipe

4.

Health parameters: - blood group test, measurement of blood pressure, pulse rate,

hemoglobin test

5. Visits to human performance / physiology labs. Doing studies on body composition,

energy expenditures in sports and dope tests.

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER I Paper Code- SSN 154 Foundation of Sports Nutrition (THEORY)

Credits

Max Marks

- 4

4

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - -

Total Hrs

60

Objectives:

This course provides a broad coverage of the key areas of sports nutrition. It deals primarily with general principles, but draws on examples from various sports to illustrate the nutritional goals of athletes in training and competition and highlights some of the dietary strategies that can be employed to meet those goals.

Contents

Unit 1: Definition and concept of sport science and nutrition

12 hrs.

Energy balance and body composition

a) Energy requirements of athletes: methods of measuring energy expenditure and energy

requirements of athletes

b) Measuring Energy Intake in Athletes and Active Individuals

c) Body composition for sport: Body cell mass, Lean body mass,direct and indirect

techniques for determining body composition; Body types, Kinanthropometry.

Unit 2: Protein needs for exercise and muscle gain

a) Methods of assessing protein needs

12 hrs.

b) Protein metabolism and protein requirements of athletes

c) Protein intake to maximize the response to training: the timing and amount of protein

Unit 3: Post-exercise recovery for training and competition

12hrs.

a) Carbohydrate for training and recovery

b) High carbohydrate diet to enhance recovery and performance

c) Fluid needs for post-exercise rehydration

d) Fat loading/adaptation for athletic performance

e) Alcohol and the athlete

Unit 4: Nutrition for competition preparation

12 hrs.

a) Exercise metabolism and the causes of fatigue during exercise and sport: nutritional

implications

b) Carbohydrate loading and fuelling up for exercise

c) The pre-event meal

Unit 5: Weight loss and disordered eating

a) Weight strategies in sport: Strategies for losing body fat

b) Disordered eating in athletes

c) The female athlete triad

Books recommended

12 hrs.

1. Edward L. fox and Donald K Mathews (1985). CBS College Publishing. Japan

2.Ed, Myrtle L. Brown, Present Knowledge in Nutrition ILSI Press.

3. David C. Nieman , Fitness and Sports Medicine, A Health related Approach ( 3rd

edition, 1995

4. Edward L. fox , Bases of fitness Timothy E. Kirby and Ann Roberts Fox (1987)

5.Don Kirkendall, Joseph J, Measurement and evaluation for Physical Educators.

Gruber and Robert E. Johnson. 1987. Human kinatics Publishers Inc.

6.E.L.Fox and D.K.Mathews, The Physiological Basis of Physical Education and Athletics ,

1981, Holt-Saunders

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR

Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER I Paper Code- SSN 155 SEMINAR

Credits

- 02

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 02

Total Hrs

- 30

Contents:

Contemporary concepts related to sports science and nutrition

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR

Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER II Paper Code-SSN 251

Weight Management, Rehabilitation and Fitness

(THEORY)

Credits

- 4

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

- 60

Objectives:

This course will enable students to:

1. Develop professional expertise in weight management, rehabilitation and fitness

2. Help clients to sustain the changes achieved

Content

Unit I

8 hrs.

1. Regulation of energy intake and expenditure, control of appetite and food intake, Foods

selection and consumption pattern Hormonal control: Insulin , Thyroid & estrogen

Unit II

14 hrs.

1. Classification of obesity according to BMI. Assessment of body fat by different method,

Fat distribution, Ideal body weight calculation using BMI, Body fat % and Broca’s Index.

Calculation of desirable body weight.

2. Adult and Childhood obesity, Prevalence, Types, etiology, Theories of obesity, Factors

affecting, morbidity.

3. Management of obesity through- Long term and short term measures, Nutrition, Exercise,

pharmaceutical, Surgical, Stress Mgt. & Lifestyle modification.

4.

Types of Exercise including Aerobics & non aerobics, spinning, Tai Chi, Yoga, Power

Yoga , Pilates, weight training, strength training, Circuit training, etc

5. Exercise for weight gain / muscle development and improving muscle tone

6. Exercise for weight loss

7. Exercise for Cardio-respiratory fitness

8. Strengthening the joints and bones and increasing flexibility.

9. Therapeutic exercise and program designing for specific demands including specific joint

problems, osteoporosis, arthritis, blood pressure, Diabetes and CVD.

Unit IV

12 hrs

1. Components of fitness- Total Fitness (health related fitness) and Athletic fitness.

2. Body Composition and types, Cardio respiratory Fitness, Muscular endurance and power,

Flexibility. Athletic Fitness- Balance, Coordination, Agility , reaction Time .

3. Equipments commonly used in Fitness Industry, their advantages and limitation.

Unit V

12 hrs.

Sports injury and rehabilitation. Stress and strain, Basic injuries in upper and lower limb, neck, trunk and hip joint and nerve injuries, acute and chronic back ache, foot problem in sports, role of physiotherapy and yoga, preventive exercise program.

Books Recommended

1. Edward L. fox and Donald K Mathews (1985). CBS College Publishing. Japan

2.Ed, Myrtle L. Brown, Present Knowledge in Nutrition ILSI Press.

3. David C. Nieman , Fitness and Sports Medicine, A Health related Approach ( 3rd

edition, 1995

4. Edward L. fox , Bases of fitness Timothy E. Kirby and Ann Roberts Fox (1987)

5.Don Kirkendall, Joseph J, Measurement and evaluation for Physical Educators.

Gruber and Robert E. Johnson. 1987. Human kinatics Publishers Inc. 6.E.L.Fox and D.K.Mathews, The Physiological Basis of Physical Education and Athletics , 1981, Holt-Saunders

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS,

THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER II Paper Code- SSN 252 Sports and Exercise Science (Theory)

Credits

- 4

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

- 60

Objectives:

This course will enable students to:

1. Understand the scientific background of exercise and sporting activities

2. Prescribe and monitor the athletic and fitness programmes

3. Assess effectiveness of the training

Content

Unit I

8 hrs.

Sports, Games and Exercise, Types and description. Principles, importance, advantage and disadvantages of types of exercises including Aerobics, yoga, Resistance exercise, isometric and isotonic exercise etc.

Unit II

13 hrs

Sport-specific strategies to enhance performance: endurance and endurance trained

sports

a)

Nutrition for road cycling

c)

Nutrition for Middle Distance and Distance running

d)

Nutrition for swimming

e)

Sports Nutrition for Ultra Endurance and Extreme Events

Unit III Sport-specific strategies to enhance performance: intermittent sports

13 hrs.

a)

Nutrition for Football

c)

Nutrition for racquet sports

Unit IV

13 hrs.

Sport-specific strategies to enhance performance: strength and power sports

a) Nutrition for sprints

b) Nutrition for throwers, , jumpers and combined even athletes

c) Nutrition for lifting sports

Unit V

13 hrs

1. Menstrual problems of female athletes. Female athletic triad.

2. Chronic dieting and eating disorder.

3. Doping and its control.

Books Recommended

1.Edward L. Fox, Sports Physiology, 1983. Holt -Saunders International Editions,

2. McArdle, W.D.; Katch, F.I and Katch ,Exercise Physiology, Energy, Nutrition and Human performance, 1996V.I.(eds).

3. McArdle, W.D.; Katch,F.I and Katch , Essentials of Exercise Physiology

,V.I.(eds).1991

4. Satyanarayan, K; Nageshwar Rao. C; Narsinga Rao,B.S.; Malhotra, M.S. Recommended Dietary Intakes for Indian Sportsman and Women, (1985), National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad.

5. John Bloomfield, Timothy, R. Ackland and Bruce C. Elliot; Applied Anatomy and Biomechanics in Sport;1994. Blackwell Scientific Publications.

6. Don Kirkendall, Joseph J Gruber and Robert E. Johnson. ,Measurement and evaluation for Physical Educators, 1987. Human Kinetics Publishers Inc.

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS,

THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER II Paper Code-SSN 253 SPORTS AND EXERCISE SCIENCE (Practical)

Credits

- 2

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

Contents:

1: Principles of meal planning for bulk cooking considering serving size and serving style 2: Pre event meal and liquid meal. 3: Post event meal, high energy meal,

4 Sports bar- Energy bar, protein bar and Nutri bar

5 Sports Drink – Hypo, Iso and Hypertonic drink for hydration/ energy and recovery

drink.

6. Balance ethnic meal

7. Meal planning for following sports activity

a. Endurance and endurance trained sports, Nutrition for road cycling, Middle Distance and Distance running , swimming & ultra endurance

b. Intermittent sports like American Football , racquet sports

c. Strength and power sports like Nutrition for sprints , throwers, , jumpers and

combined even athletes and lifting sports 8. Visits to health & fitness centers performing grip test, BMI estimations, performance tests, fitness tests, endurance tests, body type determinations. 9. Observations of market survey of sports aids, equipments and fitness aids.

- 60

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS,

THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER II Paper Code-SSN 254

Sports Psychology & Counseling

(THEORY)

Credits

- 4

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 4

Total Hrs

- 60

Objectives:

This course will enable students to:

1. Understand the psychological problems during extreme physical and mental stress

2. Develop abilities to counsel individuals/groups for stress management, improve

performance and boost morale of sportspersons

Contents

Unit I

12 hrs

1. Importance and need of Psychological Training in Sports.

2. The Emotional Contents of Sports: Intrinsic Pressures, Social Pressures & Personal Pressure.

3. Mind- The mechanics of Flight or Fight Response, The Physical Disruptions and the Mental Disruptions.

Unit II

12 hrs.

1. The Sports Emotional – Reaction profile: Factors affecting performance like Desire, Assertiveness, Sensitivity, Tension Control ,Personal Accountability, Self discipline, Confidence, Concentration, Consistency, Commitment and Trait Interaction.

Unit III

12 hrs.

Techniques to Improve Performance –creative Visualisation, Desensitization,Auto- suggestion Therapy, Rational Thinking for specific purpose and Progressive Relaxation

procedure

Unit IV

12hrs.

Understanding the problems of Sportsman -Lack of adequate motivation and concentration , Fear of Insecurity & Rejection, Fear of Making a wrong move, Not able

to make the use of maximum available resources (Physical & Mental) Psychological Barriers between student & teacher and Drugs

Unit V Counseling in sports: Importance & Need of Psychological Counseling, Types of Counseling like Individual, Group, Team etc. Effective Counseling Methods & Techniques, Case studies, Role Plays and Discussion.

12 hrs,

Books recommended

1. Yadvinder Singh , Sports Psychology ,Publisher: Sports Publications

2. Andrew Caruso, Sports Psychology Basics, Publisher: Reedswain

3. Ellis Cashmore , Key Concepts In Sports Psychology ,Publisher: routledge fondation

4. Essential Sport Psychology Murphy Shane Publisher:

5,Doing Sport Psychology, Andersen Mark Publisher:

6. Palgrave .M, Sport Psychology: Contemporary Themes ,Lavallee David Publisher.

7. Sport Psychology Interventions, Murphy

8. Arnold D Leunes ,Sport Psychology (with Infotrac) , Wadsworth Publishing Company

9. Rainer Martens , Coaches Guide To Sport Psychology, Human Kinetics Publishers

10. Learning Experiences In Sport Psychology Publisher: Human Kine

11. Cashmore Ernest ,Sport Psychology: The Key Concepts, Routledge Publication.

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR

Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER II Paper Code- SSN 255 PROJECT

Credits

- 6

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Contact Hrs. / week - 6

Total Hrs

Objective To make student acquaint with the conduction and regulation of practical task related to the field of sports

Contents:

- 90

Product formulation

Sports Supplements

Ergogenic aids

Physiotherapy

Sports Journalism

Sports equipments and accessories

Other advanced concepts related to sports science and nutrition

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS, THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR

Dept of Home Science (Foods and Nutrition)

PG Diploma in Sports Science and Nutrition

SEMESTER II Paper Code- SSN 256

Internship

Credits

- 6

Max Marks

- 100 (CA 30 SEE 70)

Total Hrs

- 90

Objective :

To help students in gaining vocational knowledge and skills in the filed of sports and nutrition

Contents:

A complimentary internship/ training session in any institute or agency working in the field of normal / sports health and fitness.

a. Sports authority of India

b. Performance labs.

c. Rai sports college

d. IG institute of physical education.

PG Diploma(SSN)

Model question Paper

PG Diploma in Sports Science & Nutrition

SSN152

(HUMAN NUTRITION &METABOLISM)

TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS

Maximum Marks -70

Question paper consists of THREE Sections.

Section A

Consists of 20 compulsory objective type questions carrying 1 mark

each

Section B

Consists of 10 compulsory short answer type questions (60 words

each) carrying 2 marks each.

Section C

Consists of 5 long essay type questions (600 words each) carrying 10

marks each, out of which any three have to be attempted.

Section A

Q.1 Objective type questions:

Fill in the blanks with suitable answers:-

(1mark x20=20)

i.

and

are two parts of nephrone.

 

ii.

The PH of blood is

iii.

Bile is synthesized in liver and get stored in

iv.

Phagocytic activity is performed by

cells of blood.

v.

Hemoglobin is present in

blood

cells.

vi.

Deoxygenated blood is received by

part of the heart.

vii.

The fat splitting enzyme present in saliva is called

viii.

Expend the term CNS

ix.

Two hormones secreted by female reproductive organ are

 

and

x.

The cerebrospinal fluid is present in a cavity between

 

and

Put a tick mark against the correct answer.

a)

b) Cardiac

Striated

(c) Unstriated

(d) Arms and legs muscles

xii.

Part of retina with out rod is :

a) Yellow spot

(c) Blind spot

b) Optic nerve

(d) Fovia

xiii.

Metabolic rate of the body is controlled by :

a) Thyroid gland

(c) Pituitary gland

b) Pancreas

(d) Adrenal gland

xiv.

: Affinity of hemoglobin is maximum for :

a) Co 2

(c) CO

b) O 2

(d) Nitrogen

xv.

Peyer’s patches are found in:

a) Mucosa of Ileum

(c) Mucosa of jejunum

b) Sub-mucosa of Ileum

(d) Sub-mucosa of jejunum

xvi.

Metabolic activites are controlled by :

a) Bicuspid valve

(c) Tricuspid valve

b) Pulmonary valve

(d) Mitral valve

xvii.

Which blood corpuscles is responsible for blood clotting:

a) Erythrocytes

(c)Thrombocytes

b) Plasmocytes

(d)White Blood Cell

xviii.

Respiratory center is found in which part of the brain:

a) Cerebellum

(c) Hypothalamus

b) Medulla

(d) Thalamus

xix.

Which artery carries deoxygenated blood :

a) Pulmonary vein

(c)Pulmonary artery

b) Aorta

(d)None of the above

xx.

The enzyme responsible for the conversion of trypsinogen to trypsin is :

a) Erepsin

(c)Enterokinase

b) Renin

(d)Pepsin

Q.2

Write the Classification of blood cells.

Q.3

Draw a labeled diagram of Lymphatic node.

Q.4

Explain the Layers of stomach.

Q.5

List down the bones of cranial and facial skeletal.

Q.6

Draw a well labeled diagram of nephron

Q.7

Write about the physiology of lungs.

Q.8

Write about the functions of pituitary gland

Q.9

Explain the process of menstruation in female reproductive system.

Q.10 Explain the reflex action in nerves system. Q.11 Draw a labeled diagram of eye ball.

Section C

(10 marks x 3=30)

Q.12 Draw a well labeled diagram of heart and explain the cardiac cycle. Q.13 Explain the digestion and absorption of carbohydrate. Q.14 Explain the physiology of external and internal respiration in human body. Q.15 Draw a well labeled diagram of female reproductive system and explain the process of fertilization. Q.16 Classify the nervous system and explain the structure and functioning of neuron.

PG Diploma(SSN)

Model question Paper

PG Diploma in Sports Science & Nutrition

SSN152

(HUMAN NUTRITION &METABOLISM)

TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS

Maximum Marks -70

Question paper consists of THREE Sections.

Section A

Consists of 20 compulsory objective type questions carrying 1 mark

each

Section B

Consists of 10 compulsory short answer type questions (60 words

each) carrying 2 marks each.

Section C

Consists of 5 long essay type questions (600 words each) carrying 10

marks each, out of which any three have to be attempted.

Section A

Q 1 Objective type questions:

Fill in the blanks with suitable answers.

(1 mark x 20=20)

i.

The starch splitting enzyme present in saliva is

 

ii.

The storage form of glucose in human beings is

iii.

In a human body cholesterol gets synthesized in

iv.

is

an example of essential fatty acid.

v.

The daily requirement of protein is

g/kg

body weight.

vi.

A sulfur containing essential amino acid is

 

vii.

The active form of vitamin D is

viii.

The electrolyte present in extracellular fluid is

 

ix.

is

an example of protein dietary supplements.

x.

An example of ergogenic aid is

 

Put a tick mark against the correct answer.

xi) The hormone which lowers blood sugar level is :-

a)

Insulin

b) Glucagon

c) Steroid

d) None of the above

xii) Conversion of fat into glucose is called

a) Gluycolysis

b) Creb’s cycle

c) Gluconeogenesis

d) None of the above

xiii) Example of good cholesterol is:-

a) LDL

b) VLDL

c) HDL

d) None of the above

xiv) The fat content in the diet should account for

a) 10%

b) 15-20%

c) 40 %

d) 80%

of total energy.

xv) Example of protein splitting enzyme is

a) Amylaze

b) Lipase

c) Pepsin

d) TPP

xvi) Protein synthesis takes place at :-

a) Mitochondria

b) Ribosome

c) Cytoplasm

d) Lysosome

xvii) The precursor of vitamin A is

a) Retinol

b) Binder

c)

β Carotene

d) Retinoid

xviii) The parathyroid hormone regulates the balance of

a) Calcium

b) Iron

c) Magnesium

d) Zinc

xix) Retention of fluid around the abdominal cavity is known as :-

a) Edema

b) Ascites

c) Varicose vein

d) None of the above

xx) The supplementation of iron should be accompanied with

a) Vitamin A

b) Vitamin B

c) Vitamin C

d) Vitamin D

Section B

(2 marks x 10=20)

Q2 Write a short note on functions of carbohydrates. Q3 What is role of fiber in maintain health. Q4 Write the role of lipoproteins. Q5 What are the functions of lipids? Q6 Write a note on protein requirements at early childhood and adolescence. Q7 What are essential amino acids? Q8 Write the functions of vitamin A. Q9 Write the functions of calcium. Q10 Write short note on symptoms of dehydration. Q11 Write a short note on ergogenic aids.

Q12

Section C

(10 marks x 3 =30)

Write in detail the digestion and absorption of carbohydrate.

Q13. Write the effects of deficiency and excess of fatty acids at different life cycle stages. Q14. Write in detail the digestion and absorption of proteins. Q15. Write the functions of fat soluble vitamins (any three). Q16. Write the importance of fluid balance in sports and exercise .

PG Diploma(SSN)

Model question Paper

PG Diploma in Sports Science & Nutrition

SSN154

(Foundation of Sports Nutrition )

TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS

Maximum Marks -70

Question paper consists of THREE Sections.

Section A

Consists of 20 compulsory objective type questions carrying 1 mark

each

Section B

Consists of 10 compulsory short answer type questions (60 words

each) carrying 2 marks each.

Section C

Consists of 5 long essay type questions (600 words each) carrying 10

marks each, out of which any three have to be attempted.

Section A

Q 1 Objective type questions:

Fill in the blanks with suitable answers.

(1 mark x 20=20)

i.

is

an example of indirect methods of assessing the body

composition.

ii.

The body composition includes 2 components

 

&

iii.

The approach for estimating protein need is called

 

iv.

An athlete should consume at least

 

g

protein /kg body wt.

v.

The depositing tissue is known as

 

vi.

Fatigue reducing diet should mainly contain

 

vii.

Meal should taken

hours

before the event.

 

viii.

Protein intake just before the event can increase

 

ix.

Calcium intake of

g

par day is recommended.

x.

Energy requirement for weight related events should be

 

kcal/kg

body weight.

Multiple choice questions:- xi. Energy utilized during extremely active exercise is

a. 1 calories per hour/ kg

b. 3 calories per hour/ kg

c. 6 calories per hour/ kg

d. 9 calories per hour/ kg

xii. The total energy expenditure includes

a. BMR

b. BMR+Physical Activity

c. Physical Activity

d. None of the above

xiii.

The

has

a. Egg

b. Pulse

c. Milk

d. Spinach

maximum BV in diet

xiv. 1 kg of proteins provides:

a. 1 kcal energy

b. 2 kcal energy

c. 4 kcal energy

d. 6 kcal energy

xv. The storage of carbohydrates is in the form of

a. Glycogen

b. Fructose

c. Mannose

d. Xylose

a. Replacing the fluid loss

b. Refilling the carbohydrate stores

c. Replace electrolytes

d. All of the above

xvii. The instant fuel for muscle and brain is

a. Fats

b. Glucose

c. Free radicals

d. All of the above

xviii. The pre event meal must possess

a. Complex carbohydrates

b. Simple carbohydrate

c. Polysaccharides

d. All of the above

xix. Binge eating is a symptom of

a. Anorexia nervosa

b. Bulimia nervosa

c. Purging

d. All of the above

xx. In comparison to male female has more of

a. Fat in body composition

b. Protein in body composition

c. Na in the body composition

d. K in the body composition

Section B

(2 marks x 10=20)

Q2 What is body cell mass? Q3 Write a short note on energy requirements of an athlete. Q4 Write a short note on protein requirements of an athlete. Q5 What are indigenous protein losses? Q6 Write a note on carbohydrate recovery for training.

Q7 What are the effects of alcohol on body. Q8 Write the pre event goals. Q9 What is fatigue? Q 10 Write short note on symptoms of dehydration. Q11 Write a short note on binge eating.

Section C

(10 marks x 3 =30)

Q12

Q13. Write the effects of protein intake on the response to training.

Q14. Write in detail the fluid needs for post exercise rehydration. Q15. Write the importance of carbohydrate loading for exercise. Q16. What are the weight strategies for losing weight.

Write in detail the indirect method of assessing the body composition

PG Diploma (SSN)

Model question paper

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE FOR GIRLS,

THE IIS UNIVREISTY, JAIPUR

PG Diploma in Sport Science & Nutrition

Weight Management, Rehabilitation and Fitness

SSN 251

TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS

Maximum Marks -70 Question paper consists of THREE Sections.

Section A

Consists of 20 compulsory objective type questions carrying 1 mark

each

Section B

Consists of 10 compulsory short answer type questions (50 words

each) carrying 2 marks each.

Section C

Consists of 5 long essay type questions (600 words each) carrying 10

marks each, out of which any three have to be attempted.

Section A

Q. 1 Objective types questions

A) Fill in the blanks.

(1x20=20)

i.

Acc. To ICMR a reference adult man should consume

kcal

/day.

ii.

hormone

helps in reducing the blood sugar level in the body.

iii.

BMI is an indicator of

iv.

Morbidity can be defined as

v.

An aerobic exercise improves

vi.

Swimming is perhaps the best all round exercise

(Yes/

No).

vii.

The normal and fit heart rate is between

beats

per minutes.

viii.

The patients with joint problems will benefit most from

exercise.

ix.

Sit ups is good exercise for

(legs/

neck).

x.

Suryanamaskar is a dynamic form of

(yoga/

aerobics).

B) Tick mark () the appropriate answer.

Xi Iodine is required for the secretion of

a)Adrenaline

b) Thyroxin

c)

Growth hormone

d) None of the above

xii

Which food can be incorporated in plenty full amount :-

a)

Cereals

b) Fruits and Vegetables

c)

Pulses

d) Milk & Milk Products

xiii the sites for fatness estimation are

a)

Subscapuler region

b) Suprailiac region

c)

Mid upper arm

d) All of the above

xiv The IBW for a reference lady is :-

a)

50 kg

b)

70 kg

c)

62 kg

d)

60kg

xv

is

fast form of running

a)

Push ups

b) Sit ups

C) Jogging

 

d) Brisk walk

xvi Breast stroke, butterfly stroke are the forms of :-

a)

Aerobics

b) Yoga

c)

weight training

d) None of the above

xviiThe health scan does not cover stress of

a)

Adult

b) Women

c)

Infant

d) Old age people

xviii A physically fit person’s resting heart rate is

a)

Faster than unfit one

b) Same as unfit one

c)

Slower than unfit one

d) None of the above

xix RICE does not include:-

a)Rest

b)ice

c)Cryosurgery

d)Elevation

xx Yoga can be beneficial in reducing

a)Blood pressure c) Blood debris

b)Blood sugar d) All of the above Section B

(2x10=20)

2 Write a short note on food selection and consumption pattern .

3 Write the functions of estrogen.

4 What is Broca’s index?

5 How to calculate BMI.

6 Write the importance of yoga.

7 Write a short note on exercise for weight loss.

8 Define fitness.

9 Write a short note on the equipments being used for fitness.

10 Define stress.

11 Write a short note on the role of physiotherapy

Section C

(10x3=30)

12 Write in detail the regulation of energy intake and expenditure for an athlete.

13 Explain the management of obesity.

14 Explain the exercise done for weight gain /muscle development and improving muscle tone.

15 Explain the components of fitness.

16 Write and explain the prevalent types of sports injury

PG Diploma (SSN)

Model question paper

PG Diploma in Sport Science & Nutrition

(Sports & Exercise Science )

SSN 252

TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS

Maximum Marks -70 Question paper consists of THREE Sections.

Section A

Consists of 20 compulsory objective type questions carrying 1 mark

each

Section B

Consists of 10 compulsory short answer type questions (50 words

each) carrying 2 marks each.

Section C

Consists of 5 long essay type questions (600 words each) carrying 10

marks each, out of which any three have to be attempted.

Section A

Q. 1 Objective types questions

A) Fill in the blanks.

(1x20=20)

i.

An aerobic exercise improves

ii.

Swimming is perhaps the best all round exercise

(Yes/

No).

iii.

Before running

sugar

diet should be avoided.(high/ low)

iv.

The patients with joint problems will benefit most from

exercise.

v.

is

good warm up before power sports.

vi.

For better performance simple sugar must be provided before event

(yes/no).

vii.

Thrower is a type of

sports.

viii.

High protein and energy diet is recommended for

 

sports

ix.

hormone

inhibits menstruation.

x.

is

an example of doping drug.

B) Tick mark () the appropriate answer.

Xi The dynamic tension is an :-

a)

Isotonic exercise system

b) Isometric exercise system

c)

Isokinetic exercise system

d) None of the above

xii

Bull workers basically improves :-

a)

Strength

b) Stamina

c)

Flexibility

d) All of the above

xiii is

a form of running

a)

Push ups

b) Sit ups

C)

Jogging

d) Brisk walk

xiv The purpose of warm up is to increase:-

a)

Pulse rate

b)

Circulation of blood

c)

Heart rate

d)

All of the above

xv

Tennis, badminton, and squash are:-

a)Power sports

C) Jogging

xvi Football is an :-

a)Power sports

C) intermittent sports

b) Racquet sports d) Non of the above

b) Racquet sports d) Non of the above

Xvii The example of power sports is :-

a)

Thrower

b) jumper

c)

Sprint

d) All of the above

xviii A physically fit person’s resting heart rate is

a)

Faster than unfit one

b) Same as unfit one

c)

Slower than unfit one

d) None of the above

xix Binge eating and purging is the symptom of :-

a)Anorexia nervos

c)A+B B

xx female sex hormone is a)Progesterone

c) FSH

b)Bulimia nervosa d)Non of the above

oth

b) Estrogen d) All of the above

Section B

(2x10=20)

2 Write a short note on Principle of exercise.

3 Write the functions isometric exercise

4 Write the nutritional guidelines for distance running.

5 What are the sports of ultra endurance?

6 Write the nutritional guidelines for football.

7 Write the importance of high energy food in sports.

8 Write a short note on nutrition for sprint

9 What are lifting sports.

10 Define female athlete triad.

11 Write a short note on doping.

Section C

(10x3=30)

12 Write in detail the types of exercises.

13 Explain the nutrition for road cycling and swimming.

14 Explain the nutrition management for racquet sports.

15 Explain the components of strategies to enhance performance.

16 Write and explain the prevalence of eating disorder amongst athlete.

PG Diploma (SSN)

Model question Paper

PG Diploma in Sports Science & Nutrition

SSN254

(Sports Psychology & Counseling)

TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS

Maximum Marks -70

Question paper consists of THREE Sections.

Section A

Consists of 20 compulsory objective type questions carrying 1 mark

Section B

each Consists of 10 compulsory short answer type questions (60 words

Section C

each) carrying 2 marks each. Consists of 5 long essay type questions (600 words each) carrying 10 marks each, out of which any three have to be attempted.

Section A

Q 1 Objective type questions:

Fill in the blanks with suitable answers.

(1 mark x 20=20)

i.

The intrinsic pressure is an utmost need to

ii.

The flight response can be defined as

iii.

The response that remains same with every passage of event is called response.

iv.

is

an example of the factors affecting emotion.

v.

The removal of previous response through continuous exposure to similar event is

called

vi.

A sportsman needs to relax himself not only in context of muscle endurance but also to

vii.

The failure leads to the fear of

ix.

Role play is helpful in developing

in

a sports man.

x.

helps

in unfolding the potential innate attributes.

Put a tick mark against the correct answer. xi) The social pressure felt by the sportsman are from :-

a) Society

b) Family

c) School

d) All of the above

xii) The physical disruptions may also lead to:-

a) Complex

b) Criticism

c) Excess energy expenditure

d) All of the above

xiii) The best discipline is :-

a) Societal

b) Familial

c) External

d) Internal/ self

xiv) Confidence is expressed through :-

a) Power play

b) Criticism

c) Teasing

d) Above all

xv) In order to improve the performance the best suitable technique is

a) Instruction

b) Video display

c) Text

d) Audio play

xvi) The sports person needs to relax

in

order to achieve complete relaxation

a) Muscularly

b) Mentally

c) Emotionally

d) Socially

xvii) Fear to make a wrong move leads to

a) Restraint in action

b) Abrupt action

c) Thorough planning

d) None of the above

xviii) The efficiency of

a) Muscles

b) Nervous system

c) Hormones

d) All of the above

is

generally & illegally improved by drugs.

xix) Team counseling is usually done in the group of

a) 1-2

b) 3-5

c) 6-12

d) None

xx) The in depth study of a person is called

a) Autobiography

b) Case study

c) Survey

d) Biography

Section B

(2 marks x 10=20)

Q2 Write a short note on psychological training in sports. Q3 What is intrinsic pressure. Q4 What are the factors affecting performance? Q5 What is mind body coordination. Q6 What is creative visualization?

Q7 What is fear of rejection and insecurity? Q8 What are the psychological barriers between students and teacher? Q9 What is the need of psychological counseling? Q10 What is case study? Q11 What is role play?

Section C

(10 marks x 3 =30)

Q12

Q13. Write the mental preparation and mental practice for the game and role play.

Q14. Write the rational thinking and progressive relaxation procedures in detail. Q15. Write the problems of sportsmen. Q16. Write the importance of sports counseling with example.

Write in detail the techniques of fight and fight response.