Mission

The mission of “All India Council for Physical Education is to take all such steps or suggest to the Central Government
or State Governments as it may think fit for ensuring planned and coordinated development of, “teacher education” inPhysical Education and for the determination and maintenance of standards for, “teacher education” in Physical Education

and for the purposes of performing its functions

(a) To undertake surveys and studies relating to various aspects of teacher education in Physical Education various

interdisciplinary research and studies and publish the result thereof.

(b) To make recommendations to the Central and State Government, Universities, University Grants Commission and

recognized institutions in the matter of preparation of suitable plans and programmes in the field of teacher education in

Physical Education

(c)To co-ordinate and monitor teacher education in Physical Education and its development in the country.

(d) To lay down guidelines in respect of minimum qualifications for a person to be employed as a teacher of Physical

Education in schools or in recognized institutions

(e) To lay down norms for any specified category of courses or trainings in teacher education in Physical Education,

including the minimum eligibility criteria for admission thereof, and the method of selection of candidates, duration of the

course, course contents and mode of curriculum and conduct of workshop, conference and symposium.

(f) To lay down guidelines for compliance by recognized institutions, for starting new courses or training, and for

providing physical and instructional facilities, staffing pattern and staff qualification in Physical Education

1. Adapted Physical Education, 2. Aerobics, 3. Aging, 4. Aquatics, 5. Coaching, 6. Comparative Physical Education and

Sport 7. Computer Applications to HPERSD, 8. Dance and Dance Education, 9. Fitness and Wellness, 10. Girls and

Women in Sport, 11. Health Education, 12. History of Physical Education and Sport, 13. International Curriculum

Standards and Development, 14. Legal Liability in HPERSD, 15. Leisure and Recreation, 16. Martial Arts Education, 17.

Mass Media and Sport, 18. Measurement and Evaluation of Physical Education, 19. Nutrition and Physical Activity, 20.

Olympic Education, 21. Philosophy of Physical Education, 22. Physical Education at the College Level, 23. Physical

Education at the Primary Level, 24. Physical Education at the Secondary Level, 25. Professional Preparation and

Certification in HPERSD, 26. Professional Standards and Ethics, 27. Research, 28. Sport and Recreation Facilities, 29.

Sport Biomechanics,30. Sport For All, 31. Sport Counseling Psychology, 32. Sport Governance, Organizations and Law,

33. Sport Management and Administration, 34. Sport Marketing and Economics, 35. Sport Medicine 36. Sport Pedagogy,

37. Sport Physiology, 38. Sport Psychology, 39. Sport Sociology, 40. Sports Laws, 41. Yoga and 42. Allied scientific

Research and Studies in Physical Education, Health Education and Sports Sciences.

(g) To lay down standards in respect of examinations leading to teacher education qualifications in Physical Education

other above mentioned subjects, criteria for admission to such examinations and schemes of courses or training

(h)To lay down guidelines regarding tuition fees and other fees chargeable by recognized institutions

(i) To promote and conduct innovation and research in physical education various areas of teacher education related with

physical education and other multidisciplinary subjects mentioned in and disseminate the results thereof

(j) To examine and review periodically the implementation of the norms, guidelines and standards laid down by the

Council, and to suitably advise the recognized institution

(k) Evolve suitable performance appraisal system, norms and mechanism for enforcing accountability on recognized

institutions

(l) Formulate schemes for various levels of teacher education and identify recognized institutions and set up new

institutions for teacher development programme.

(m) Take all necessary steps to prevent commercialization and exploitation of teacher of the Institutions / colleges /

universities of teachers education in physical education and other faculties of physical education.

(n) Perform such other functions as may be decided by the council with the coordinated effort or as may be entrusted to it

by the Central Government. . To make inspection in the teachers’ training institutions / colleges / universities for physical

education and sports sciences in India and provide the proper professional guidance to the institutions / colleges /

universities for better quality and vocational education in

1. Adapted Physical Education, 2. Aerobics, 3. Aging, 4. Aquatics, 5. Coaching, 6. Comparative Physical Education and

Sport 7. Computer Applications to HPERSD, 8. Dance and Dance Education, 9. Fitness and Wellness, 10. Girls and

Women in Sport, 11. Health Education, 12. History of Physical Education and Sport, 13. International Curriculum

Standards and Development, 14. Legal Liability in HPERSD, 15. Leisure and Recreation, 16. Martial Arts Education, 17.

Mass Media and Sport, 18. Measurement and Evaluation of Physical Education, 19. Nutrition and Physical Activity, 20.

Olympic Education, 21. Philosophy of Physical Education, 22. Physical Education at the College Level, 23. Physical

Education at the Primary Level,24. Physical Education at the Secondary Level, 25. Professional Preparation and

Certification in HPERSD, 26. Professional Standards and Ethics, 27. Research, 28. Sport and Recreation Facilities, 29.

Sport Biomechanics,30. Sport For All, 31. Sport Counseling Psychology, 32. Sport Governance, Organizations and Law,

33. Sport Management and Administration, 34. Sport Marketing and Economics, 35. Sport Medicine 36. Sport Pedagogy,

37. Sport Physiology, 38. Sport Psychology, 39. Sport Sociology, 40. Sports Laws, 41.Yoga and 42. Any other scientific

Research and Studies in Physical Education, Health Education and Sports Sciences.

(o) To establish a Cell/Board to provide the Registration facilities for the various Gym/HEALTH CARE CENTRES to

diffuse the useful knowledge their rights by peaceful representation.

(p) To receive financial and non-financial assistance from Govt./Non-Govt./ Organization, International Agencies, banks

and any other legal entity or individual.

(q) To accept donation, Grants presents gifts and other offerings in the shape of movable and/or immovable properties for

the attainment of the aims and objectives.

(r) To collect information, Notifications, Policies from the Government, Semi Government, National/International

Agencies and N.G.Os. and provide the same to the public.

(s) To provide legal, medical aid, social economic help and assistance to the needy people, at free of cost.

(t) To approach to the competent court/courts to safeguard the right of the general public and for the public interests from

time to time as the Board of Trust may deem fit and proper.

(u) To organize and raise funds and/or the donations towards the CM/PM Relief Funds.

(v) To publish Books, Charts, Illustrations, Journals, Magazines, Periodicals, News Letter/Papers and other publications in

the different languages and on the different subjects for council.

(w) To assist and co-operate the other Associations, Trusts and the various N.G. Os’ whose aims are same as this Trust.

(x) To do such other things/acts/activities, which are necessary and which may be incidental or conducive to the

attainment of any other object of the Trust.

(y) To help the sports and physical education community by providing the placement service.

(z) The Aims and Objects of the Trust shall be purely for ‘CHARITABLE PURPOSE’ which includes relief of the poor,

educational, social, medical, relief and the advancement of any other objects of general public utility.