PG DIPLOMA IN SPORTS SCIENCE FITNESS AND NUTRITION

PG DIPLOMA IN SPORTS SCIENCE FITNESS AND NUTRITION

Course Features

Course Details

Year of Establishment 2007-2008
Coordinator Dr. Rupali Sengupta MSc, PhD (since 2019)
Email  rupali@bmncollege.com
Contact Number   022 24035296
Course Fees Rs.25,800/-
Staff Members
  • Ms.Bhavisha Sancheti ,M.Sc FND(NET P.hD Scholar)
  • Ms.Sonu Mishra, M.Sc CND(NET P.hD Scholar)
  • Dr Lakshmi Menon, MSc FSN, NET, PhD
  • Dr Manjit Kaur PhD Ergonomics (Visiting Faculty)
  • Ms. Prachi Patel Ergonomics (Visiting Faculty
Syllabus
Program Objectives
  • To train and develop students with expertise in fitness and nutrition management for services in wellness/fitness centres, weight management programmes, and into school/college/university teams, health centres and sports academies.
  • To develop capabilities to provide individual counselling and group education in nutrition, exercise and fitness.
  • To prepare students for careers as entrepreneurs in organizing, directing or managing physical fitness programmes with a holistic approach to fitness and wellness.
  • o counsel sports person under different sports category.
Program Outcome
  • Develop expertise in fitness and nutrition management for services in wellness/fitness centers, weight management programmes, and into school/college/university teams, health centers and sports academies.
  • Design and provide diet plan for individual counseling and group education in nutrition, exercise and fitness.
  • Understand the unique but important concept of sports psychology which plays an impact on the performance of the athletes.
  • Construct their careers as entrepreneurs in organizing, directing or managing physical fitness programmes with a holistic approach to fitness and wellness.
  • Counsel sports person under different sports category as per their body composition and nutritional needs.
  • Analyze and evaluate recent research advances in the field of sports nutrition.
  • Duration: 1 Year + 3 months Internship, Semester Pattern

Semester I

Sr. No. Course No of lecture T.C. Th  Cr. Pr. Cr Internal marks External marks Total marks
Core component
1 Human Physiology 60 4 4 - 50 50 100
2 Human Nutrition Pr 120 4 - 4 50 50 100
3 Sports and Exercise Science Th 60 4 4 - 50 50 100
4 Sports and Exercise Science Pr 120 4 - 4 50 50 100
5 Anatomy, Kinesiology and Ergonomics 60 4 4 - 50 50 100
6 CBCS: Human Nutrition and Metabolism/ Functional Foods 60 4 4 - 50 50 100
Value-Added Courses
1 Nutritional Biochemistry 30 2 2 - 50 50 100

Semester II

Sr. No. Course No of lecture T.C. Th  Cr. Pr. Cr Internal marks External marks Total marks
Core Component
1 Nutrition in Health and Disease 60 4 4 - 50 50 100
2 Nutrition for Sports and Exercise Th 60 4 4 - 50 50 100
3 Nutrition for Sports and Exercise Pr 120 4 - 4 50 50 100
4 Weight Management, Rehabilitation and Fitness Th 60 4 - 4 50 50 100
5 Weight Management, Rehabilitation and Fitness Pr 120 4 - 4 50 50 100
6 CBCS: Sports Psychology and Counseling/ Research Methodology/ SWAYAM

 

60 4 - 4 50 50 100
Value Added Courses
1 Scientific Writing 60 4 - 4 50 50 100

 

Program Specific Outcome

  • Identify and recognize different type of sports activity and determine the nutritional need for different athletes
  • Understand basis of nutrients, their metabolism, functions and deficiency and their impact on a sports individual
  • Apply the knowledge about ergogenic aids and improve performance for athletes
  • Conduct body composition analysis for sports personnel and provide them with required nutritional plans

Eligibility criteria for PGDSSFNStudents seeking admission for PGDSSFN Should  have: -

  • The minimum percentage is 50% or B grade for students who have the following degrees: B.Sc. Foods and Nutrition, B.Sc. Food Science and Nutrition, B.Sc. Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics/Nutrition and Dietetics, B.Sc. Applied Nutrition.
  • The minimum percentage is 55% or B grade for students with a degree in Pure Sciences: B.Sc. Life Sciences, B.Sc. Biochemistry, B.Sc. Biotechnology, B.Sc. Physiology, B.Sc. Zoology, B.Sc. Molecular Biology, B.Sc. Clinical and Laboratory Sciences.
  • The minimum percentage is 55% or B grade for students with a degree in Pure Sciences: B.Sc. Life Sciences, B.Sc. Biochemistry, B.Sc. Biotechnology, B.Sc. Physiology, B.Sc. Zoology, B.Sc. Molecular Biology, B.Sc. Clinical and Laboratory Sciences.
  • Minimum 50% or B grade for students with Postgraduate Diplomas in Dietetics, Applied Nutrition, Public Health, Clinical Research.
  • NOTE: Applicants in B category who do not have specialization in Foods and Nutrition at Undergraduate level should have completed a total 32 credits under the semester pattern or 600 marks under the annual pattern in the following subjects:
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Physiology
This course does not have any sections.

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Comments

  1. Want to take admission in this course. May I know the fees and admission time?

  2. In which stream graduation required for course of nutrition.please highlight on more details about nutrition Al courses regarding their duration nd timings…..Thanks

  3. Shefali jitendra more: May 4, 2019 at 11:23 am

    What is the admission process for pg diploma in sport science fitness and nutrition

    • yOU WILL HAVE TO APPEAR FOR A cet EXAM SOMETIME IN THE LAST WEEK OF jUNE AND FILL AN ONLINE ADMISSION FORM

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