FACULTY OF SPORTS SCIENCES

Interview Schedule for induction of Research Fellows

For training of sportspersons on scientific lines and to impart scientific knowledge to the students of academic courses, the Faculty of Sports Sciences with multi disciplines (Sports Medicine, Exercise Physiology, Bio-Chemistry, Physiotherapy, Sports Anthropometry, Bio-Mechanics, Kinesiology, Training Methods, Sports Psychology, Research Methodology) was established in 1983. Besides the teaching of various academic courses, the faculty is providing scientific back up to the national campers and talented children admitted under various S.A.I.

SPORTS MEDICINE
· General Medical Care of Athletes.

· Medical Evaluation of Athletes.

· Common Injuries in Sports.

· Prevention of Common Injuries in different Sports

· Drug Trials on Treatment of Injuries.

EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
· Evaluation of Physiological Fitness of National athletes

· Measurement Analysis of Physiological Functions of Sportspersons.

· Physiological Demands in Various Games and Sports.

· Measurement of Physiological Functions at Altitude.

SPORTS BIOCHEMISTRY
· Biochemical Fitness Tests.

· Hematological Studies in Athletes.

· Electrolyte Balance studies in Athletes.

· Lipid Profile in Athletes.

· Iron Status in Women Athletes.

SPORTS ANTHROPOMETRY
· Anthropometrics Investigations of High Performance Athletes.

· Talent Spotting on the basis of Physical Growth Investigations.

· Evaluation of Muscles, Bones and Fat Masses.

· Physical Fitness in relation to various Anthropometrics Characteristics.

SPORTS BIOMECHANICS
· High Speed Photography.

· Cinematographic Analysis.

· Kinematics Measurements.

· Kinetic/Dynamometric Analysis.

· Automated Analysis of Biomechanical Data.

GENERAL THEORY AND METHODS OF TRAINING
· Performance Diagnostics.

· Sports Talent.

· Fitness Norms.

· Methods of Training.

· Motor Development.

· Training Process.

SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY
· Development of psychological profile.

· Psychological management of athletes.

· Evolution of sports specific test.

· Development of modified autogenic training.

· Predictive validity of psychomotor test.

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