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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2021, Vol. 6 Issue 1, Part B

Analysis of physical education and sports facilities in Training colleges of Karnataka state

AUTHOR(S): Kumaraswamy K and Appanna M Gasti
ABSTRACT:
Play fields are to physical education what laboratory is to science. For effective organization of physical education, provision of play fields is a mist. Organization of major games like hockey, football, cricket, handball, volleyball etc., cannot for children like races, jumps and throwing events etc., cannot be organized without playground. However, the children are generally fond of playing in the streets or by roadsides in the absence of play fields. This evidently shows that playgrounds are a necessary for the development and growth of children. It is not secure to the children play in streets or by roadsides due to very high risk of accidents and pollution or infection. A playground provides them a secure atmosphere where they can play freely, besides a playground is free from pollution. The purpose of the study was to analyze the physical education and sports facilities in training colleges of Karnataka state. To achieve the purpose of the study 40 physical education training colleges from the four academic divisions of Karnataka state were randomly selected as subject for the study. Out of these 40 colleges, 12 colleges from Bangalore Division, 9 colleges from Gulbarga Division, 14 colleges from Belgaum Division and 5 colleges from Mysore Division were taken for the study. Physical education and sports facilities in training colleges of Karnataka state was assessed with the help of facilities programme inventory constructed by the researcher. To analyze the physical education and sports facilities in training colleges of Karnataka state Simple percentage analysis was used with the help of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 23rd version. In the view of findings and limitation of the study, this study can be concluded that as 1) the colleges have own playground facility and separate room for sports equipment. 2) The most of the training colleges have Multi gym facility, Table Tennis Room, weight training room, Separate Badminton hall, Facility for Judo and multipurpose hall. But most numbers of colleges not have Swimming pool gymnasium and Yogasana room. 3) The most number of colleges have 200 meters Athletic track, and Only One Volleyball court, Football ground, Basketball court, Handball ground, Cricket pitches, Kabaddi court and Kho-Kho ground respectively. But most numbers of colleges not have Hockey ground facility. 4) The maximum numbers of colleges have more than 8 volleyballs, Basketballs, Handballs and Footballs, 17 to 32 Hockey sticks, 5 to 8 Cricket bats, One pair Kho-Kho post, more than 18 Mattress, 1 to 2 Carom board, 3 to 4 Chess board, 1 to 20 Leziums and 21 to 40 Dumbbells. 50 The most numbers of colleges have more than three Shot-put, Discus and Javalin for both men and women, one pair of high jump stand, one long jump pit, more than three stopwatches, Hurdles and Measure tape, five to eight Starting Blocks, More than eight Relay baton, two clappers for start and cupboards for shields respectively. But maximum numbers of colleges not have Victory Stand and Line Marking Machine.
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How to cite this article:
Kumaraswamy K, Appanna M Gasti. Analysis of physical education and sports facilities in Training colleges of Karnataka state. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2021;6(1):71-83.
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