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BLUE PRINT | Marking Scheme of Physical Education Paper 2015 CBSE

Marking Scheme

Question paper consists of 26 questions.

All questions are compulsory :

01 Mark question must be answered in 10-20 words.
03 Marks question must be answered in 30-50 words.
05 Marks question must be answered in 75-100 words.

Latest Syllabus of Physical Education 2014-2015 CBSE


CLASS XII (2014-15)
Max. Marks 70

Unit–I: Sports Environment and Society 11 Periods

Meaning and need of sports environment
Essential elements of positive sports environment
Role of individual in improvement of sports environment
Role of Spectators and media in creating positive sports environment
Women participation – As discourse and Ideology

Unit–II: Adventure Sports and Leadership Training 11 Periods

Meaning and objectives of Adventure Sports
Types of activities – Camping, Rock Climbing, Tracking, River Rafting and Mountaineering
Material requirement and safety measures
Identification and use of Natural Resources
Conservation of environment
Creating leaders through Physical Education

Unit–III: Sports and Nutrition 11 Periods

Balanced Diet and Nutrition: Macro and Micro Nutrients
Nutritive and Non-Nutritive Components of Diet
Eating Disorders – Anorexia Nervosa and Bulemia
Effects of Diet on Performance
Eating for Weight Control – A Healthy weight, The pitfalls of Dieting, food intolerance and food myths

Unit–IV: Planning in Sports 11 Periods

Meaning and Objectives of Planning
Various Committees and its responsibilities
Tournament – Knock-Out, League or Round Robin and Combination
Procedure to draw Fixtures – Knock-Out (Bye and Seeding) and League (Staircase and Cyclic)
Intramural and Extramural – Meaning, Objectives and its Significance
Specific Sports Programme (Sports Day, Health Run, Run for Fun, Run for Specific Cause and Run for Unity)

Unit–V: Postures 11 Periods

Meaning and concept of correct postures – standing and sitting 371
Advantages of correct posture
Common Postural Deformities – Knock Knee; Flat Foot; Round Shoulders; Lordosis, Kyphosis, Bow Legs and Scolioses
Physical activities as corrective measures

Unit–VI: Children and Sports 08 Periods

Motor development in children
Factors affecting motor development
Physical and Physiological benefits of exercise on children
Advantages and disadvantages of weight training and food supplement for children
􀂃Activities and quality of life

Unit–VII: Test and Measurement in Sports 14 Periods

Measurement of Muscular Strength – Kraus Weber Test
Motor Fitness Test – AAPHER
Measurement of Cardio Vascular Fitness – Harward Step Test/Rockfort Test
Measurement of Flexibility – Sit and Reach Test
Rikli and Jones – Senior Citizen Fitness Test
1. Chair Stand test for lower body strength
2. Arm Curl test for upper body strength
3. Chair Sit and Reach test for lower body flexibility
4. Back Scratch test for upper body flexibility
5. Eight Foot Up and Go test for agility
6. Six minute walk test for Aerobic Endurance

Unit–VIII: Physiology and Sports 11 Periods

Physiological factor determining component of Physical Fitness
Effect of exercise on Cardio Vascular System
Effect of exercise on Respiratory System
Effect of exercise on Circulatory System
Physiological changes due to ageing and role of regular exercise on ageing process

Unit–IX: Biomechanics and Sports 11 Periods

Projectile and factors affecting Projectile Trajectory
Angular and Linear Movements
Introduction to Work, Power and Energy 372
Mechanical Analysis of Walking and Running

Unit–X: Psychology and Sports 11 Periods

Understanding stress, anxiety and its management
Coping Strategies – Problem Focused and Emotional focused
Personality, its dimensions and types; Role of sports in personality development
Motivation, its type and technique
Self-esteem and Body image

Unit–XI: Training in Sports 10 Periods

Strength – Definition, types and methods of improving strength – Isometric, Isotonic and Isokinetic
Endurance – Definition, types and methods to develop Endurance – Continuous Training, Interval
Training and Fartlek Training
Speed – Definition, types and methods to develop speed – Acceleration run and pace run
Flexibility – Definition, types and methods to improve flexibility
Coordinative abilities – Definition and types

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Question Bank of Chemistry for Class 12 CBSE Board 2015

A huge collection of chemistry question for class 12 CBSE board for 2015 Board Exams

Q.1 Why is Frenkel defect defect not found in pure alkali metal halides?
Q.2 Although Si is an insulator, then how does it behave as semiconductor upon heating ?
Q.3 In the mineral ‘Spinel’ having the formula MgAl O2 4, oxide ions are in ccp arrangement,
 (a) What percentage of tetrahedral void is occupied by 2 Mg + ions?
 (b) What percentage of octahedral void is occupied by 3 Al + ions ?
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Question Bank of physics for Class 12 CBSE Board 2015

A huge collection of physics question for class 12 CBSE board for 2015 Board Exams


1. Where the energy of capacitor does resides?
2. Do electrons tend to go to region of low or high potential?
3. What is the net charge on the charged capacitor?
4. A Gaussian surface encloses an electric dipole within it. What is the total flux across
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Topics which has been deleted from Physics Syllabus Class 12th 2015

Some topics has been deleted and some topics has been added so please take a look here for these topics -:

Deleted Topics (dont study them) -:
Transistor as an oscillator, transistor as switch, atomic masses, isotopes,isobars,isotones,human eye, Image formation and accomodation, correction of eye defects, van de graaff generator.
Added Topics -:
Basic Ideas about Internet, Mobile Telephony, Global Positioning System (GPS).
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