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VII -Practical V (YOGA PRACTICAL– IV)



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VII -Practical V (YOGA PRACTICAL– IV)





Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

6 P

3 Credits

Repetition of previously taught practices and the followings new Practice of the following Yogic practices with brief theoretical knowledge about their importance of name, the technique, salient points, precautions to be taken and benefits of each of the following Yogic practices




  1. YOGASANA (Sitting Postures) - 20 MARKS

  2. YOGASANA (Supine lying Postures) - 20 MARKS

  3. YOGASANA (Prone lying Postures) - 20 MARKS

  4. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers - 40 MARKS

TOTAL - 100 MARKS
I. YOGASANA (Sitting Postures) Marks: 20


    1. Dandasana, Swastikasana, Padmasana,Vajrasana, Supta Vajrasana

    2. Kagasana, Utkatasana, Gomukhasana,Ushtrasana, Shashankasana,

    3. Janusirasana, Paschimottanasana, Bhramacharyasana, Mandukasana, Utthana Mandukasana

    4. Vakrasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana , Marichayasana, Simhasana


II. YOGASANA (Supine lying Postures) Marks: 20



    1. Pavanamuktasana

    2. Utthana-padasana, Ardha Halasana,

    3. Halasana

    4. Setubandha Sarvangasana

    5. Sarvangasana

    6. Matsyasana

    7. Chakrasana

    8. Shavasana


III. YOGASANA (Prone lying Postures) Marks: 20


    1. Makarasana

    2. Bhujangasana

    3. Shalabhasana

    4. Dhanurasana

    5. Kapotasana

    6. Raja Kapotasana

IVCounselling When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught

V. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers Marks: 40

BOOKS FOR REFERENCES



Swami Dhirendra Bhrahmachari

:

Yogasana Vijnana,

Dhirendra Yoga Publications, New Delhi.




Swami Kuvalyananda

:

Asana

Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla




Swami Satyananda Saraswati

:

Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra

Bihar School of Yoga, Munger






















Iyengar, B.K.S.

:

Light on Yoga,

Harper Collins Publishers.













Tiwari, O.P.

:

Asana Why and How?

Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla.




Radha, Sivananda

:

HathaYoga,

Jaico Publishing House, Delhi, 2004.




Jayadev, Yogendra

:

Cyclopaedia Yoga (Vol. I-IV),

The Yoga Institute, Santacruz, Mumbai.




Sri Ananda

:

The Complete book of Yoga,

Orient Paper Backs, Delhi, 2003.

















Saraswati, Swami Satyanand

:

Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra

Bihar School of Yoga, Munger.

































VIII --PRACTICAL –VI (PHYSIOLOGY PRACTICAL)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

2 P

1 Credits



I. Practical - 40 MARKS

II. Viva Voce - 20 MARKS

III. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers - 40 MARKS

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TOTAL -100 MARKS


        1. Practical: 40 marks

          1. Anthropometry measurements

          2. Assessment of pulse and blood pressure

          3. Effect of posture, exercise and cold stress on pulse rate and blood pressure

          4. BMI Calculation

          5. Recording of Body Temperature.




        1. Viva voce 20 marks




        1. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers 40 marks

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100 marks

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

(YOGA)
B.Sc. (Yoga)

3 years (6 semesters)

SEMESTER - III



DETAILED SYLLABUS


I -PATANJALA YOGA DARSHANA – I


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L+ 2T

5 Credits


UNIT – I: INTRODUCTION TO SAMKYA DARSHANA, YOGA DARSHANA OF PATANJALI & ITS TRADITIONAL COMMENTARIES


    1. Introduction to Samkhya and Yoga Darshana, History and development of Samkhya and Yoga Darshana.

    2. Theory of Evolution and Meta-physics of Samkhya

    3. Concept of Triguna, Prakriti, Purusha and Apavarga (Moksha) according to Samkhya Darshan.

    4. Brief Introduction to Maharshi Patanjali and Patanjala Yoga Sutra (P.Y.S.)

    5. Brief Introduction to traditional commentators and commentaries of Patanjala Yoga Sutra (Vyasa Bhasya, Tatvavaisharadi, Bhoja Vritti and Yoga-vartika).


UNIT – II: CONCEPT OF CHITTA. CHITTA-BHOOMIS, CHITTA-VRITTIES AND CHITTA-VRITTI NIRODHOPAYA


    1. Concept of Mana, Bhudhi, Ahankar and Chitta.

    2. Concept of Chitta Bhoomis (Kshipta, Mood, Vikshipta, Ekagra, Nirudha).

    3. Concept of Chitta-Vritties and their classification, Chitta-Vritti Nirodhopaya (Abhyasa and Vairagya).

    4. Concept of Ishwar and Ishwar Pranidhana, Qualities of Ishwar, Concept of Samprajnata

    5. Chitta-Vikshepas (Antarayas), Concept of Citta-prasadanam, Relevance of Citta-prasadanam in Yoga Sadhana.


UNIT – III: SAMADHI PADA


    1. Concept of Yoganushasanam, Yoga Lakshanam and its results.

    2. Types of Samadhi (Samprajnatah and Asamprajnatah Samadhi).

    3. Types of Samprajnatah Samadhi (Vitarka, Vichara, Anand and Ashmita)

    4. Concept of Samapatti and kinds of Samapatti (Savitraka and Nirvitraka, Savichara and Nirvichara).

    5. Types of Asamprajnatah Samadhi (Bhavapratyaya and Upayapratyaya).


UNIT – IV: SAMADHI PADA AND ITS APPLICATIONS


    1. Application of Samprajnatah Samadhi.

    2. Application of Samapatti.

    3. Application of Shradha, Virya, Smriti, Samadhi and Prajah in Yoga Sadhana.

    4. Relevance of concept of Ishwar and Ishwar pranidhana in Yoga Sadhana,.

    5. Ritambhara-prajna and Adhyatma-prasadanam.




BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


Swami Digambara Ji and others

Glossary of the Samkhakarika, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala, 2012

Swami Virupaksananda

Samkhyakarika of I svarakrisna

(with tattva Kamudia of Vachapati Mishra), Sri Ram Krishana Matha Madras, 1995





















K.D. Prithvipaul

The Yogasurta of Patanjali M.L.B.D. New Delhi







Swami Ved Bharti

Yogasutra of Patanjali (with the Exposition of Vyasa) M.L.B.D. New Delhi, 2004, Vol I & II













Ram Prasada

The Patanjalis Yogasutras, Munshiram Manohar Lal New Delhi, India, 2005







B.K.S. Iyengar

Patanjal Yogasutras Parichya M.D.N.I.Y New Delhi, 2011

Swami Satyprakash Sarswati

Patanjal Raj Yoga, S. Chand & Co. (Pvt.) Ltd. Ram Nagar, New Delhi,

B.K.S. Iyengar

Core of the Yogasutras (The Definitive guide to the Philosophy of Yoga) ,Harper Collin Publisher, London, 2013













Karambelakar P. V.

Patanjala Yogasutra, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala, 2005

Swami Sarvagatananda

Meditation as Spiritual,Culmination Yoha Aphorisma of Patanjali, Advaita Ashrama, Kolkata, 2008

II - YOGA EDUCATION


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L+2T

5 Credits



UNIT – I: FUNDAMENTALS OF EDUCATION

    1. Education: Meaning, Definition, Aim and Importance; Related Terms: Instruction, Teaching and Training

    2. Components of Education: Teacher, Student and Curriculum; Forms of Education; Agencies of Education

    3. Education in Indian and Western Perspective; Trends in Modern Education: Emphasis on Learning Outcomes, Emphasis on Activity, Recognizing the Student as an Individual, Emphasis on Developing Holistic Personality; Philosophical, Psychological, Sociological and Scientific Approaches of Education

    4. Communication: Role of Language, Voice, Fluency, Clarity and Body Language in Teaching; Audio-Visual Aids in Teaching

    5. Evaluation: Meaning, Purpose and Importance of Evaluation; Evaluation Devices: Examination, Interview, Group Discussion, Questionnaire; Evaluation of Students, Evaluation of Teacher and Evaluation of Programme


UNIT – II: YOGA AND VALUE-BASED EDUCATION

    1. Yoga Education: Salient Features; Factors of Yoga Education: Teacher, Student and Teaching, Role of a Yoga Teacher

    2. Value oriented Education; Guru-Shishya Parampara and its importance in Yoga Education; Concepts of Para and Apara Vidya

    3. Value-based Education: Meaning and Definition; Need and Aim of Value-based Education; Human Excellence through Value-based Education

    4. Values: Meaning and Definition; Types of Values; Significance of Values; Kohlberg’s Moral Judgment Theory

    5. Process of Value Determination: Raths, Hermin & Simon Theory; Contribution of Yoga towards Development of Values

UNIT – III: YOGA AND SOCIAL EDUCATION

    1. Applied Aspects of Yoga Education

    2. Nature and Meaning of Society; Civic Sense; Contribution of Yoga Education towards Social Transformation

    3. Nature and Meaning of National Integration; Patriotic urge; Role of Yoga Education in National Integration

    4. Concepts of Social Education in Yoga and relevance in bringing socially healthy citizens

    5. Human and Universal Perspective of Yoga

UNIT-IV: YOGA IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

4.1 Physical Education: Meaning and Objectives; Fitness and Physical Education



4.2 Indicators of Physical Fitness: Strength, Endurance and Flexibility; Indicators of Mental Fitness: Concentration, Will-Power and Mental Toughness

    1. Yoga for Physical and Mental Fitness: Asana, Pranayama, Bandha,Mudra and Meditation,

    2. Relationship bewteen Yoga Education and Physical Education

    3. Role of Yoga in Sports and Physical Education

    4. Role of yoga in Sports promotion

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE




ML Gharote Yoga and physical education







Bhatia, Kamala & B. D.

The Principles and Methods of Teaching, Doaba House, Delhi, 2000.




Duggal, Satyapal


Teaching Yoga, The Yoga Institute, Santacruz, Bombay, 1985.




Gavande, E. N.

Value Oriented Education: Vision for Better Living Sarup & Sons, New Delhi. 2002.




Gharote M.L.& others

Teaching Methods for Yogic Practices, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2001




Ganguly S.K.

Yoga Applied to Physical Education, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla.




Iyengar, B.K.S. & others


Basic Guidelines for Teachers of Yoga; Yog, Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute, Pune, 2003




Nagendra, H. R. & Others

Yoga in Education; V. K. Yogas, Bangalore, 1994




Srikrishna

Notes on Basic Principles and Methods of Teaching As Applied to Yogic Practices and A Ready Reckoner of Yogic Practices, I.C.Y. Health Centre, Kaivalyadhama, 2009.




Ramkrishna Mission


Value Education, Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi, 2002.




Subrahmanyam, K.


Education in Values, Vivekananda Kendra Prakashana Trust, Madras, 2003.




Saxena, N.R. Swaroop

Philosophical and Sociological Foundation of education, R. Lall Book Depot, Meerut, 2011.

















III - YOGA and PSYCHOLOGY


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

1L+1T

2 Credits


UNIT- I: PSYCHOLOGY: A SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOUR


    1. Psychology: Definition of Psychology; Psychology as a Science of Behaviour; Definition of Behaviour

    2. Cognitive process,Higher mental process, Feelings,emotions

    3. Mental abilities

UNIT- II: PERSONALITY AND ITS DEVELOPMENT



    1. Personality: Nature and Types of Personality;

    2. Yoga and Personality: Yogic View of Personality; Personality Development with special emphasis on Panchakosha and Ashtanga Yoga


BOOKS FOR REFERENCE

Bhatia, Hans Raj

:

General Psychology. New Delhi: Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd, 2005





































Singh, A. K.

:

Saral Samanya Manovijnana. Delhi: Motilal Banarasidas Publications, 2007

Srivastava, D.N.

:

General Psychology. Agra: Vinod Pustak Mandir, 2007

Vivekananda, Swami

:

Raja Yoga. Nagpur: Ramakrishna Math.












IV - FUNCTIONAL HINDI – I


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L+2T

5 Credits


UNIT – I हिंदी भाषा का सामान्‍य परिचय

    1. हिंदी भाषा का आविर्भाव एवं उसका विकासात्‍मक इतिहास

    2. हिंदी भाषा का क्षेत्र विस्‍तार : हिंदी क्षेत्र एवं भाषा क्षेत्र

    3. हिन्‍दी भाषा की उपभाषाओं और बोलियों का सामान्‍य परिचय

    4. हिंदी भाषा और व्‍याकरण ( हिन्‍दी व्‍याकरण विभाग- वर्ण-विचार, शब्‍द विचार, वाक्य विचार और छन्‍द विचार) , मूलांश, प्रतिपादिक प्रत्‍यय (पूर्व प्रत्‍यय पर प्रत्‍यय) , शब्‍द छेद ,कारकीय रूप: संज्ञा और सर्वनाम , विशेषण की रचना

1.5 क्रिया: धातु कृदंत सहायक क्रिया संयुक्‍त क्रिया
UNIT – II हिंदी भाषा का विकास

2.1हिंदी शब्‍द की व्‍युत्‍पत्‍त्‍िा

2.2भाषा के अर्थ में हिंदी शब्‍द का प्रयोग

2.3हिंदी भाषा संरचना का विकास

2.4हिंदी भाषा का विकास




UNIT – III हिंदी का शब्‍द-भंडार और शब्‍द-रचना

3.1संज्ञा, सर्वनाम, विशेषण, क्रिया

3.2पर्यायवाची और विलोम

3.3अशुद्धि-शोधन

3.4मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्‍तियाँ
UNIT – IV राष्‍ट्रभाषा, राजभाषा, संपर्क भाषा के रूप में हिंदी

4.1भाषा की परिभाषा एवं उसकी प्रकृति

4.2राष्‍ट्रभाषा के रूप में हिंदी

4.3राजभाषा के रूप में हिंदी

4.4संपर्क भाषा के रूप में हिंदी

सन्दर्भ ग्रन्‍थ

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं सेठी हरीश कुमार

:

हिंदी: प्रयोग, क्षमता और संप्रेषण ’ख’,

किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2007)












तिवारी सुनील कुमार एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

कार्यालयी हिंदी एवं निबंध लेखन, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं सेठी हरीश कुमार

:

हिंदी: प्रयोग, क्षमता और संप्रेषण ’क’

किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2008)



अग्रवाल मुकेश एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘क’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं शर्मा शिवकुमार

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘क’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी निपुणता’ख’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2006)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं अग्रवाल मुकेश

:

हिंदी भाषा: कल और आज, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2011)

अग्रवाल मुकेश एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘ख’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं सिंगला ममता

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘ग’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2011)

तिवारी सनुील कुमार एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी: स्‍वरूप और विस्‍तार, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं शर्मा रवि

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘ग’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2013)

पाण्‍डेय पृथ्‍वीनाथ

:

मानक हिंदी व्‍याकरण, जय भारती प्रकाशन इलाहाबाद (संस्‍करण-2003)

गर्ग लक्ष्‍मीनारायण

:

हिंदी शब्‍दप्रयोग कोश, किताबघर प्रकाशन, नई दिल्‍ली (संस्‍करण-2001)

V - Practical – VII (YOGA PRACTICAL – V)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

10 P

5 Credits

Repetition of previously taught practices and the followings new Practice of the following Yogic practices with brief theoretical knowledge about their importance of name, the technique, salient points, precautions to be taken and benefits of each of the following Yogic practices




  1. BANDHA - 20 MARKS

  2. PRANAYAMA -20 MARKS

  3. PRACTICES LEADING TO MEDITATION - 20 MARKS

  4. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers - 40 MARKS



TOTAL - 100 MARKS

I. BANDHA Marks: 20

  • Jivha Bandha

  • Jalandhara Bandha

  • Uddiyana Bandha

  • Mula Bandha

  • Maha Bandha

  • Tri Bandha

II PRANAYAMA (with Antar & Bahya Kumbhaka) Marks: 20

    1. Surya-bhedi and Chandra-bhedi Pranayama

    2. Ujjayi Pranayama

    3. Sheetali Pranayama

    4. Shitkari Pranayama

    5. Bhastrika Pranayama

III. PRACTICES LEADING TO MEDITATION Marks: 20


    1. Ajapa Dharana (Stage 4,5,6)

    2. Yoga Nidra (4,5)

    3. Practices leading to Breath Meditation

    4. Practices leading to Om Meditation

    5. Practices leading to Vipassana Meditation

Practices leading to Preksha Meditatio

IVCounselling When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught
IV. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers Marks: 40

BOOKS FOR REFERENCES












Saraswati, Swami Satyanand

:

Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra

Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, 2009




Joshi, K.S.

:

Yogic Pranayama, Oriental Paperback, New Delhi, 2009


Swami Kuvalyananda

:

Pranayama, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2005


Iyengar, B.K.S.

:

Light on Pranayama, Harper Collins, London, 2012


Nagendra, H.R

:

The art and Science of Pranayama, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashan, 2005, Bangaore


Swami Rama

:

Science of Breath, The Himalayan International Institute, Pennselvenia, 1998


Gharote, M.L.

:

Pranayama: The Science of Breath, The Lonavla Yoga Institute, Lonavla, 2003











Lajpat, Rai & others

:

Meditation, Anbhava Rai Publications, Gurgaon


Saraswati, Swami Satya Nand

:

Meditation from Tantras,Yoga Publication Trust, Munger, 2004



Sarswati, Swami Niranjananand

:

Dharana Darshan, Yoga Publication Trust, Munger, 2003










Swami Satyananda

:

Yoganidra, Yoga Publication Trust, Munger, 1998



VI - Practical – VIII (YOGA PRACTICAL – VI)



Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

10 P

5 Credits

Repetition of previously taught practices and the following new Practice of the following Yogic practices with brief theoretical knowledge about their importance of name, the technique, salient points, precautions to be taken and benefits of each of the following Yogic practices




  1. YOGASANA - 40 MARKS

  2. MUDRAS - 20 MARKS

  3. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers - 40 MARKS

TOTAL - 100 MARKS


I. YOGASANA Marks: 40


    1. Siddhasana, Bhadrasana,

    2. Baddha Padmasana, Uttitha Padmasana,

    3. Bhunamanasana, Hanumanasana

    4. Bakasana, Kukkutasana, Garbhasana

    5. Matsyendrasana, Marjariasana,

    6. Padangusthasana, Hastapadangusthasana

    7. Garudasana, Vatayanasana , Natarajasana

    8. Mayurasana, Padma Mayurasana

    9. Sirshasana and its variations

    10. Ekapada and Dwipada Kandarasana



  1. MUDRAS Marks: 20

    1. Yoga Mudra

    2. Maha Mudra

    3. Shanmukhi Mudra

    4. Shambhavi Mudra

    5. Kaki Mudra

    6. Tadagi Mudra

    7. Vipareet Karni Mudra

    8. Simha Mudra



III. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers Marks: 40 IVCounselling When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught

BOOKS FOR REFERENCES



Swami Dhirendra Bhrahmachari

:

Yogasana Vijnana, Dhirendra Yoga Publications, New Delhi, 1966


Swami Kuvalyananda

:

Asana, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 1983


Swami Satyananda Saraswati

:

Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra, Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, 2006




















Iyengar, B.K.S.

:

Light on Yoga, Harper Collins Publishers, Delhi, 2009


Sen Gupta Ranjana

:

B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga, A Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2001


Tiwari, O.P.

:

Asana Why and How? Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2011


Radha, Sivananda

:

HathaYoga, Jaico Publishing House, Delhi, 2004.


Jayadev, Yogendra

:

Cyclopaedia Yoga (Vol. I-IV), The Yoga Institute, Santacruz, Mumbai, 2005


Sri Ananda

:

The Complete book of Yoga, Orient Paper Backs, Delhi, 2003





































BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

(YOGA)
B.Sc. (Yoga)

3 years (6 semesters)

SEMESTER - IV

DETAILED SYLLABUS

I - PATANJALA YOGA DARSHANA-II




Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

4L + 2T

6 Credits


UNIT – I: SADHANA PADA


    1. Concept of Kriya Yoga of Patanjali, theory of Kleshes (Avidya, Ashmita, Raga, Dewesh, Abhinevesh).

    2. Concept of Dukhavada (Heya, Hetu, Hana, Hanopaya) Drishta and Drisha-nirupanam (Prakriti), Drastunirupanama (Purusha), PrakritiPurushaSamYoga.

    3. Brief Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga.

    4. Concept of Asana and Pranayama and their Siddhis.

    5. Concept of Pratyahara and its Siddhis.


UNIT – II: SADHANA PADA AND ITS APPLICATION


    1. Application of Kriya Yoga.

    2. Application of Yama, Niyama and Asana.

    3. Application of Pranayama and Pratyahara.

    4. Application of Dukhavada (through knowledge of Drishta and Drisha-nirupanam).

    5. Theory of Karmasya and principle of Karma-phala and its relevance in Yoga Sadhana.


UNIT – III: VIBHUTI PADA AND ITS APPLICATION


    1. Introduction of Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi, Samyama and its Siddhis.

    2. Three types of Chitta Parinamah.

    3. Bhoota jaya, Indriya jaya and their Siddhis, Satvapurushanyatakhyati and its Siddhis.

    4. VivekJnanaNirupanam, KaivalyaNirvachana.

    5. Role of Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi and its application.


UNIT – IV: KAIVALYA PADA AND ITS APPLICATION


    1. Five Types of Siddhis and Jatyantar Parinamh.

    2. Concept of Nirman Chitta and four types of Karmas.

    3. Concept of Vasana and concept of Bahya Pradartha (external element) and its abilities.

    4. Non-self-illumination of Buddhi and its function, Dharmamegha Samadhi and infinite knowledge.

    5. Mutation of Guna, Karma, Pratiprasavah and Kaivalya.



BOOKS FOR REFERENCE

Patanjali yoga darshana by Achar sahaitya prachar trust Khari baoli Delhi 6

Ashtang yoga by Swami Dev-Vrata (Arsha yog sanathan,Mirzapura ,Haryana)


M.R. Yardi

The Yoga of Patanjali

Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, India



K.D. Prithvipaul

The Yogasurta of Patanjali M.L.B.D. New Delhi







Swami Ved Bharti

Yogasutra of Patanjali (with the Exposition of Vyasa)

M.L.B.D. New Delhi















Ram Prasada

The Patanjalis Yogasutras

Divine Books Delhi, India



Jayadeva Yogendra and Hansaji

The Yogasutras of Patanjali (stray thoughts of)

The Yoga Institute Santa Kunj, Mumbai



B.K.S. Iyengar

Patanjal Yogasutras Parichya

M.D.N.I.Y New Delhi



Swami Satyprakash Sarswati

Patanjal Raj Yoga

S. Chand & Co. (Pvt.) Ltd. Ram Nagar, New Delhi



B.K.S. Iyengar

Core of the Yogasutras (The Definitive guide to the Philosophy of Yoga) ,Thomson Press India Ltd.

Shyam Ranganathan

Patanjalis Yogasutras

Penguin Books India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi









Karambelakar P. V.

Patanjala Yogasutra, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala

Swami Sarvagatananda

Meditation as Spiritual,Culmination Yoha Aphorisma of Patanjali, Advaita Ashrama, Kolkata, 2008


II - METHODS OF TEACHING IN YOGA


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L + 2T

5 Credits



UNIT I: PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF TEACHING YOGA

    1. Teaching and Learning : Concepts and Relationship between the two.

    2. Principles of Teaching: Levels and Phases of Teaching, Quality of perfect Yoga Guru; Yogic levels of learning, Vidyarthi, Shishya, Mumuksha.

    3. Meaning and scope of Teaching methods, and factors influencing them.

    4. Sources of Teaching methods

    5. Role of Yoga Teachers and Teacher training


UNIT II: BASICS OF YOGA CLASS MANAGEMENT

2.1 Practice of Yoga at different levels (Beginners, Advanced, School Children, Youth, Women and Special attention group)

2.2 Techniques of mass instructions

2.3 Techniques of Individualised teaching

2.4 Techniques of group teaching

2.5 Organisation of teaching (Time Management, Discipline etc.)


UNIT III: LESSON PLANNING IN YOGA

3.1 Essentials of Good Lesson Plan: concepts, needs, planning of teaching Yoga (Shatkriya, Asana, Mudra, Pranayama & Meditation)

3.2 Models of Lesson Plan

3.3 Action Research of Yoga: Meaning, Roles, Steps in action research in Yoga Teaching

3.4 Effective use of Library and other resources

3.5 Lesson Plan and its Practical applications


UNIT IV: EDUCATIONAL TOOLS OF YOGA TEACHING

4.1 Yoga classroom: Essential features, Area, Sitting arrangement in Yoga class etc.

4.2 Class room problems: Types and Solutions, Charateristics and essentials of good Yoga teaching

4.3 Time table: Need, Types, Principles of Time table construction; Time Table for Yoga teaching.

4.4 Meaning, Importance and Types of Educational technology

4.5 Role of Educational Technology in Yoga



BOOKS FOR REFERENCE


Dr. Gharote M L

:

Teaching methods for Yogic practices, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala, 2007

Dr. Shri Krishna

:

Notes on basic principles & methods of teaching as applied to yogic practices and a ready reckoner of yogic practices, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala, 2009

Dr. Raj Kumar

:

Principles & methods of Teaching, Printo graphics, Delhi,

Saket Raman Tiwari & others

:

Teaching of Yoga, DPH Publishing Corporation, Delhi, 2007























































III - YOGIC DIET & NUTRITION


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

3L + 1T

4 Credits


UNIT – I: YOGIC CONCEPT OF DIET & NUTRITION


    1. General Introduction of Ahara (Diet), concept of Mitahara

    2. Definition and Classification in Yogic diet according to traditional Yoga texts

    3. Concepts of Diet according to Gheranda Samhita,Hatha Pradeepika and Bhagavadgeeta

    4. Pathya and Apathya in diet according to Yogic texts; Guna and Ahara

    5. Importance of Yogic Diet in Yog Sadhana; Yogic Diet and its role in healthy living


UNIT – II: Dietetics in Yoga

Classification according to triguna- vegetarian vs non-vegetarian, panchabhuta relationships,rasa virya, Guna, Vipaka of shali,Yava, Godhuma,Mugda,Masha,Chanaka, patola, Surana, Mana,Kakkola, Shukashuka,Karkat, rambha, Balaramba, Mulak, Vartaki, Ridhi, Kalashaka, Vatraka,Himoocika.

Navanita,Ghrta,Kshira, Sita,Aikshwam, Gudum,Pakvaramba, Varikellalm,Draksham,Lawali,Dhatri, Ela,Jati,Lavanga,Panasa, Jambu,Haritaki,Khajura,Madhu,Shunthi.
UNIT – III: Nutrition-basics

Nutrients ,proximate principles of diet, balanced diet concept

Carbohydrates,proteins,fats –sources,nutritive values,importance

Minerals-calcium,iron ,phosphorus etc.



Vitamins –sources, roles, requirements

BOOKS FOR REFERENCE

Ramesh Bijlani

:

Eating Wisely and Well, Rupa Publication India Pvt. Ltd, 2012

Stanley Davidson & others

:

Human Nutrition & Dietetics , The English Language Book Society & Churchill Livings, Revised Edition

Dennis Thompson

:

The Ayurvedic Diet, New age books, New Delhi, 2001

Randolph Stone

:

A Purifing Diet, Lilawati Bhargav Charitable Trust, Delhi, Revised Edition



















Swami Digamber Ji & Others

:

Gheranda Samhita, Lonavala Institute, 1978

Gharote M L & others

:

Hatha Pradipika, The Lonavala Yoga Institute, Lonavala, 2006

Swami Mangalteertham

:

Synthetic approach to Diet & Nutrition, Deogarh Nutan Publication, Deogarh, 2005

Swami Gambhirananda

:

Bhagvatgita, Shri Ramkrishna Math, Madras

Swami Maheshananda & others

:

Vasishta Samhita, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2005



IV - YOGA AND MENTAL HEALTH

Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

2T

2 Credits


UNIT-I: MENTAL HEALTH
Mental Health: Meaning and Importance; Yogic Perspective of Mental Health

Yoga nidra, Kuntha, samayojan,stress,emotions, feelings,adjustments



UNIT- II: YOGA FOR MENTAL HEALTH
Yogic Concepts and Techniques in Patanjala Yoga Sutra and Bhagwadgita for Promoting Mental Health; Need of Spiritual Growth for Mental Health

Specific Yogic Practices for Promotion of Mental Health: Memory ,Intelligence,Breath Awareness, Shavasana, Yoganidra, Pranayama and Meditation; Yogic Life-style




BOOKS FOR REFERENCE















































Singh, A. K.

:

Saral Samanya Manovijnana. Delhi: Motilal Banarasidas Publications, 2007










Tilak, B. G.

:

Srimad Bhagwadgita Rahasya. Poona: Tilak Mandir.

Udupa, K.N.

:

Stress and Its Management by Yoga. Delhi: Motilal Banarasidas, 2007

Vivekananda, Swami

:

Raja Yoga. Nagpur: Ramakrishna Math.


V - FUNCTIONAL HINDI – II

Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (75+25)

2L+1T

3 Credits


UNIT – I कार्यालयीय पत्र-लेखन

    1. कार्यालयीय पत्राचार परिचय

    2. कार्यालयीय पत्र-व्‍यवहार के लिए महत्‍त्‍वपूर्ण बातें

    3. कार्यालयीय पत्र के सामान्‍य अंग

    4. कार्यालयीय पत्रों के प्रकार

    5. व्‍यावसायिक पत्र-लेखन (प्रस्‍तावना, पत्र-लेखन के सामान्‍य गुण , व्‍यावसायिक पत्र)

UNIT – II निबंध एवं पत्र लेखन

    1. अच्छे निबंध की विशेषताएँ

    2. निबंध के अंग

    3. अच्छा निबंध कैसे लिखे

    4. माता-पिता अथवा मित्र के लिए पत्र

    5. समाचार-पत्र के संपादक को पत्र , प्रधानाचार्य को पत्र

UNIT – III प्रतिवेदन लेखन

3.1 प्रतिवेदन : एक सार्थक शब्‍द



    1. प्रतिवेदन : स्‍वरूप और परिभाषा, प्रतिवेदन के क्षेत्र

    2. सुझाव , समिति का निर्णय या अभिमत

3.4 प्रतिवेदन से अपेक्षा , प्रतिवेदन: प्रकार एवं उपयोगिता

(व्‍यक्‍ति या विशेषज्ञ द्वारा तैयार किया गया प्रतिवेदन, समितियों या उपसमितियों द्वारा तैयार किए जाने वाले प्रतिवेदन उपयोगिता प्रतिवेदन के मुख्‍य तत्‍व)



    1. प्रतिवेदन की विशेषताएँ , प्रतिवेदन लेखन की प्रक्रिया , प्रतिवेदन की भाषाशैली

UNIT – IV भाषातंर या अनुवाद

    1. अनुवाद का स्‍वरुप, क्षेत्र, प्रक्रिया एवं प्रविधि, हिंदी की प्रयोजनीयता में अनुवाद की भूमिका

    2. कर्यालयीय हिंदी और अनुवाद, जनसंचार माध्‍यमों का अनुवाद, वैचारिक साहित्‍य का अनुवाद, वाणिज्‍यिक अनुवाद

    1. वैज्ञानिक, तकनीकी तथा प्रौद्योगिकी क्षेत्रों में अनुवाद, विधि साहित्‍य की हिन्‍दी और अनुवाद

    2. व्‍यावहारिक अनुवाद अभ्‍यास

    3. कार्यालयीय अनुवाद: कार्यालयीय एवं प्रशासनिक शब्‍दावली, प्रशासनिक प्रयुक्‍तियाँ, पदनाम, विभाग आदि

सन्दर्भ ग्रन्‍थ

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं सेठी हरीश कुमार

:

हिंदी: प्रयोग, क्षमता और संप्रेषण ’ख’,

किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2007)



शर्मा रवि एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी व्‍यवहार, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

तिवारी सुनील कुमार एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

कार्यालयी हिंदी एवं निबंध लेखन, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं सेठी हरीश कुमार

:

हिंदी: प्रयोग, क्षमता और संप्रेषण ’क’

किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2008)



अग्रवाल मुकेश एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘क’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं शर्मा शिवकुमार

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘क’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी निपुणता’ख’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2006)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं अग्रवाल मुकेश

:

हिंदी भाषा: कल और आज, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2011)

अग्रवाल मुकेश एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘ख’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं सिंगला ममता

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘ग’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2011)

तिवारी सनुील कुमार एवं टंडन पूरनचंद

:

हिंदी: स्‍वरूप और विस्‍तार, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2012)

टंडन पूरनचंद एवं शर्मा रवि

:

हिंदी दक्षता ‘ग’, किताब घर, नई दिल्‍ली, (संस्‍करण-2013)

पाण्‍डेय पृथ्‍वीनाथ

:

मानक हिंदी व्‍याकरण, जय भारती प्रकाशन इलाहाबाद (संस्‍करण-2003)

गर्ग लक्ष्‍मीनारायण

:

हिंदी शब्‍दप्रयोग कोश, किताबघर प्रकाशन, नई दिल्‍ली (संस्‍करण-2001)



VI--Practical – IX (YOGA PRACTICAL – VII)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week

Credits

100 (60+40)

8 P

4 Credits

Repetition/ Practice of all previously taught Yogic Practices e.g. Shat-karmas,Yogic Suksma & Sthula Vyayamas, Yogasanas, Pranayamas, Bandhas, Mudras and Practices Leading to Meditation during Semester I to V with brief theoretical knowledge about their importance of name, the technique, salient points, precautions to be taken and benefits of each of the Yogic practices.


Emphases shall be on stability, comfortability, duration and other basic principle of each yogic practices as illustrated in the classicle Yoga texts.
The core teaching shall be on subjective experience and perfection in Yoga Sadhana
I. YOGIC SUKSHMA AND STHULA VYAYAMA

AND SURYA NAMASKARA 10 MARKS

II. SHAT KARMAS 10MARKS

III. YOGASANAS 20 MARKS

IV. BANDHA AND MUDRAS 05MARKS

V. PRANAYAMA 10 MARKS

VI. PRACTICE LEADING TO MEDITATION 05 MARKS

VII. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers 40 MARKS


TOTAL 100 MARKS

I. YOGIC SUKSHMA AND STHUL VYAMAYA, SURKANAMASKARA 10 MARKS
II. SHAT KARMAS 10MARKS

  • Vastra Dhauti

  • Sutra Neti

  • Kapalbhati

  • Nauli Chalan

  • Jyoti Trataka

  • Agnisara


III. YOGASANAS 20MARKS


          • Tadasana, Vrikshasana, Urdhva-Hastottanasana, Kati Chakrasana

          • Ardha Chakrasana, Paada Hastasana

          • Trikonasana, Parshva Konasana

          • Veerabhadrasan

          • Bhunamanasana, Hanumanasana

          • Dandasana, Swastikasana, Sidhasana,Bhadrasana,Padmasana,Vajrasana,

          • Kagasana, Utkatasana, Gomukhasana,Ushtrasana, Shashankasana,

          • Kurmasana, Navasana, Baddha Padmasana, Uttitha Padmasana

          • Janusirasana, Paschimottanasana, Supta Vajrasana

          • Bhramacharyasana, Mandukasana, Utthana Mandukasana

          • Vakrasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana , Marichayasana, Simhasana

          • Pavanamuktasana

          • Utthana-padasana, Ardha Halasana,

          • Setubandha Sarvangasana

          • Halasana, Karna Peedasana

          • Sarvangasana,Matsyasana

          • Chakrasana

          • Shavasana

          • Makarasana

          • Bhujangasana

          • Shalabhasana

          • Dhanurasana

          • Kapotasana ,

          • Bakasana, Garbhasana

          • Matsyendrasana, Marjariasana,

          • Padangusthasana, Hastapadangusthasana

          • Garudasana, Vatayanasana ,

          • Sirshasana

          • Ekapada Kandarasana


IV. BANDHA AND MUDRAS 05 MARKS

              • Jivha Bandha

              • Jalandhara Bandha

              • Uddiyana Bandha

              • Mula Bandha

              • Maha Bandha

              • Tri Bandha

              • Yoga Mudra

              • Maha Mudra

              • Shanmukhi Mudra

              • Shambhavi Mudra

              • Kaki Mudra

              • Tadagi Mudra

              • Vipareet Karni Mudra

              • Simha Mudra


V. PRANAYAMA 10 MARKS


  • Nadi Shodhana pranayama

    • Bhramari Pranayama

    • Suryabhedi and Chandrabhedi Pranayama

    • Ujjayi Pranayama

    • Sheetali Pranayama

    • Shitkari Pranayama

    • Bhastrika Pranayama


VI. PRACTICE LEADING TO MEDITATION 05 MARKS


  • Pranav and Soham Japa

  • Antaurmouna

  • Dharana

  • Pracice of Dhayana

      1. Breath Meditation

      2. Om Meditation

      3. Vipassana Meditation

D) Preksha Meditation

VII Counselling When not to do yoga – situations where different yogic kriyas and asanas should not be done and taught

VIII. Continuous evaluation by the Teachers 40 MARKS

TOTAL 100 MARKS

BOOKS FOR REFERENCES


Swami Dhirendra Bhramhachari

:

Yogic Sukshma Vyayama, Dhirendra Yoga Publications, New Delhi, 1980


Swami Dhirendra Bhramhachari

:

Yogasana Vijnana,Dhirendra Yoga Publications, New Delhi, 1966


Swami Kuvalyananda

:

Asana, Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 1983


Swami Satyananda Saraswati

:

Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, Mudra,Bihar School of Yoga, Munger, 2005-06


Basavaraddi, I.V. & others

:

Yogasana: A Comprehensive description about

Yogasana, MDNIY, New Delhi, 2011.




Basavaraddi, I.V. & others

:

Yogic Sukshma Evam Sthula Vyayama,

MDNIY, New Delhi, 2011.




Yogeshwar

:

Text Book of Yoga,Penguin Books, India, 2004.


Iyengar, B.K.S.

:

Light on Yoga,Harper Collins Publishers, 2009


Sen Gupta Ranjana

:

B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga, A Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2001


Saraswati, Swami Satyananda

:

Surya Namaskar, Yoga Publication Trust, Munger, 2004


Tiwari, O.P.

:

Asana Why and How? Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, 2011


Radha, Sivananda

:

HathaYoga, jaico Publishing House, Delhi, 2004.


Jayadev, Yogendra

:

Cyclopaedia Yoga (Vol. I-IV),The Yoga Institute, Santacruz, Mumbai, 2005


Sri Ananda

:

The Complete book of Yoga, Orient Paper Backs, Delhi, 2003.



Buhnemann, Gudaum

:

Eighty four Asanas in Yoga, D.K. Printworld Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2007.




Bassavaraddi, I. V.

& others


:

Yoga Teachers Manual for School Teachers, MDNIY, New Delhi, 2010.













VII -Practical – X (YOGA PRACTICAL – 8)

(Practice of Teaching in Yoga)


Total Marks

Hrs. of instructions/week




Credits

100 (60+40)

8P




4Credits


I. PRACTICE OF TEACHING IN YOGA 40 Marks


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