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Author: Surishta Devi1, and Kamal Vijayvargiya

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doi no.: 05-2016-44975451

1. Research Scholar, Department of Physical Education, Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan,,7889916565,

2. Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan,, 9828506235,

*Corresponding author: Kamal, Vijayvargiya, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan,, 9828506235


Recently, physical fitness, sports as well as recreation become more and more trending in between the secondary school students. PE is unrecognized since pupils lose encouragement as well as self-assurance in order to attend these classes. The majority of the PE syllabus in secondary schools are inefficient. Further, it cannot assure the accomplishment of educational objectives. A large number of students say that attending physical education classes cause strong negative feelings. Educators report that the educational circumstances do not offer the opportunities to attain the various objectives of PE. This issue cannot be sorted out by refining or upgrading the current school curriculum: this needs the entire replacement of the current PE framework in the secondary school education. The consequential crisis of PE in the secondary school is established in the absence of learning encouragement in students. The syllabus does not motivate the students to participate in PE classes, both during the extracurricular activities as well as within the training sessions. Planning the advanced curriculum should depend on the exceptional requirements of postmodern schoolchildren. This requires reconsidering the nature and behavior of PE in the secondary school education. This paper provides the significant research on the PE management among the secondary students of J&K on several aspects of Emotional Maturity.

Keywords: Curriculum, Emotional Maturity, Physical Education, Education, Sports& Fitness.


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