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Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures
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Organisation of Intramurals and Drawing fixtures

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This word presentation is prepared for DIET Daryaganj ETE trainees while keeping in view their Health and Physical Education curriculum and they are free to use this presentation in anyway as they …

This word presentation is prepared for DIET Daryaganj ETE trainees while keeping in view their Health and Physical Education curriculum and they are free to use this presentation in anyway as they like.

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  • 1. Organisation ofIntramurals
  • 2. Organisation of IntramuralAthletics Objectives of the programme Selection of Activities Necessary Techniques of organisation and administration Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 2
  • 3. Objectives of the programme The general objectives of the intramurals athletics should be the same as the all for Physical education. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 3
  • 4.  Wholesome use of leisure The preparation of leisure in life Hygienic value of wholesome play Opportunities for self expression through joyous participation in play activities Social values of playing with others Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 4
  • 5. Necessary Techniques oforganisation and administrationAn organizing committee which should have different sub - committees for effective execution of intramural activities like To provide refreshment (catering) For coordination related to chief guests and other guests(Protocol) Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 5
  • 6. Some Suggested Intramural Events Athletics Basketball Gymnastics Ping Pong Handball Badminton or Table Tennis Cricket Soccer Swimming Should we include? Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 6
  • 7. Organisation Non Teaching Students Teaching Staff Staff• House Leaders • Subject •Administration• Class Teachers Housekeeping Representatives ClericalStaff and• Others others Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 7
  • 8.  For Information related support (IT) For Spectators (Spectator Services) To give a different look (Image and Look) To conduct competition(Competition Management ) And many more important committees…… Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 8
  • 9. Intramural Awards Cups Banners Plaques Medals What else? Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 9
  • 10. Suggestion Point system should be there to give some award to the group/unit/house which wins the most points in all the different activities throughout the season or a year Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 10
  • 11. Safeguarding IntramuralCompetition Complete medical examination of every individual before his/her participation Preliminary Training and Expert Coaching and Supervision Classification according to homogeneous group for purpose of competition Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 11
  • 12. Homework/Extension Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 12
  • 13. Thank you for your attention
  • 14. Types of Competition Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health & Physical Education),DIET Daryaganj2/21/2012 14
  • 15. Key Words and Phrases • Knock-out • League • Bye • Fixture Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 15
  • 16. What Types of Competition are there ? Competitions may be run in several different ways: • Knock-out • League Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 16
  • 17. Knock-out This is quite a simple format. After each match the winning team goes through to the next round and the losing team is eliminated (knocked out). Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 17
  • 18. Knock-out: Seeding Teams or players may be seeded (ranked) to keep the top performers apart until the later rounds. This happens at Wimbledon where the number one and two seeds are kept apart until the final. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 18
  • 19. Round 1 Knock-out Quarter Finals 1 v 16 Semi Finals 1v8 8v9 1v4 Final 5 v 12 4v5 4 v 13 1v2 3 v 14 3v6 6 v 11 2v3 7 v 10 2v7 2 v 15 Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 19
  • 20. Knock-out: Bye If the numbers aren’t just right some competitors may receive a bye (straight through without playing) to the next round so the numbers even up. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 20
  • 21. Round 1 Knock-out: Byes Quarter Finals 1- BYE Semi Finals 1v8 8v9 1v4 Final 5 v 12 4v5 4 v 13 This Knock-out only has 13 entries 1v2 3 - BYE so 3 have a BYE 3 v to the quarter finals 6 6 v 11 2v3 7 v 10 2v7 2 - BYE Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 21
  • 22. Knock-outAdvantages: • Quick and easy to organise. • Can allow many entries, as half are “knocked out” every round. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 22
  • 23. Knock-outDisadvantages: • If you lose in round 1 you only get one game. • You may need qualifying rounds or to award byes to get the numbers right. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 23
  • 24. League Many competitions are run as leagues. Every team plays every other team, often twice, “home & away”, during the competition or “season”. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 24
  • 25. LeagueAdvantages:• The league may be divided into divisions to accommodate a large number of competitors.• Everyone has the same number of games. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 25
  • 26. LeagueAdvantages:• Fixtures can be arranged in advance because you know how many games you have, and who you are playing. This is especially important for big matches where tickets and transport may have to be organised. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 26
  • 27. LeagueDisadvantages:• It can take a long time to complete all the fixtures.• Postponed fixtures can lead to “fixture congestion”.• It can takes several seasons to work your way up from lower divisions. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 27
  • 28. Combination EventsCompetitions can be run using two systems, Small leagues of four or five to decide who goes through to the knock-out stage. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 28
  • 29. Combination EventsAdvantages:• Everyone is guaranteed several games.• Teams may have more than one chance to qualify for the next stage.• Many teams can be involved. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 29
  • 30. Combination EventsDisadvantages:• Competitions can take a long time to complete.• There may be games between teams where neither has a chance to qualify for the next stage. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 30
  • 31. Now YOU know......that competitions can be organised in different ways....that there are advantages and disadvantages to Knock out and League system. Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 31
  • 32. Homework/Extension Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 32
  • 33. Queries/Questions/Discussions Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 33
  • 34. Thank you Neeraj Kumar Mehra, Lecturer( Health2/21/2012 & Physcial Education),DIET Daryaganj 34

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