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R – Rest – Give rest to the injured part and restrict the movement. I – Ice – Apply ice to the injured part for 15-20 minutes and repeat it 3-4 times in  a day if required for first 24-48 hours of injury. C – Compression – Compress the injured part with a crape bandage to restrict  the movement. E – Elevation – Elevate the injured part with the slings if required. S – Support - Support the injured part to avoid painful movement until medical  assistance is provided.
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Q.2. Write the following about the game/sport of your choice (any five): (i) List of fundamental skills (ii) Two specific warming up exercises (iii) Two terminologies of the game/sport (iv) Name of two sports awards conferred by Govt. of India in the  game (v) Two important tournaments and venues for last two years (vi)   Name   of   two   personalities   with   brief   out   line   of   their  achievements (vii) Latest changes in the rules of game/sport 2x5 Ans.  (i)  List of fundamental skills (h) The grip  (i) Stance (j) Drop (k) Lob (l) Smash (m)Drive (n) Clear (ii)   Two specific warming up exercises (c) Shuttle – run (d) Footwork / Shadow – practice (iii)   Two terminologies of the game/sport (c) Rally (d) Deuce (iv)   Name of two sports awards conferred by Govt. of India in the game (c) Arjuna Award (d) Padma Shri (v)  Two important tournaments and venues for last two years (c) All England Championship
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(d) Thomas and Uber Cup (vi)  Name of two personalities with brief out line of their achievements   (a) Prakash Padukone (National and all England Champion) (b) P Gopichand (National and All England Champion) (vii)   Latest changes in the rules of game/sport (c) Earlier the game was played with 15 – points game.  Now the game is of 21-  points. (d) Earlier if server did the fault the serve was changed.   Now every fault is  scored.
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Physical Education (Code No.048) Work load/Teaching Components – Theory & Practical Syllabus THEORY List of Content of  Syllabus Suggested Work  load/Teaching  Components Maximum Marks Allotment PART ‘A’ Unit I 10 Periods 10 Unit II 10 Periods 10 Unit III 10 Periods 10 Unit IV 10 Periods 10 Unit V 10 Periods 10 PART ‘B’ Unit I 10 Periods 10 Unit II 10 Periods 10 PRACTICAL (i) 70 Periods to cover  (i) Physical Fitness   (ii) Teaching of skills for  Games & Sports   (iii) Preparation of Record  Book/File & Viva 10 (ii) 15 (iii) 05
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Note: Work load may be modified as per the local requirements.
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