Sports Science covers a broad range of fields including human physiology, psychology and biomechanics, and their relationship to sports performance, health and well-being. It aims to develop knowledge and understanding of the basic structure and function of the human body and to discuss how this knowledge can be used to improve health and/or performance. Aim of the sports scientists is to provide evidence-based methodologies by cutting-edge science to help athletes reach the very pinnacle of human performance unique to their genotype-phenotype and sport. It transforms the performance level of a sports person by uncovering critical, yet often overlooked, areas of athletic performance. Moreover, the sports science experts analyze athletes through a scientific lens to uncover biomechanical or cognitive weaknesses that may be holding them back from unlocking their true potential.
Sports science has already emerged as a fast-growing interdisciplinary area of higher education in India as is evidenced by the opening of PG Courses in many premier Universities, including our own Institute, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute or RKMVERI (Deemed to be University) and further through the setting up of a number of Institutions like NSU Manipur & Lucknow etc. To explore more about the recent developments in the field of sports science, the Department of Sports Science and Yoga at RKMVERI, Belur, is organizing a two-day seminar-cum-workshop to create awareness among higher education stakeholders and encourage the youngsters to consider the proper process to high performance in various sports.
The program includes presentations from international and national levels eminent sports scientists about the recent developments and scope of improvements in the field of Sports Psychology and sports Physiology and Biomechanics. It also includes a hands-on workshop on exercise physiology guided by renowned Sports Scientist Dr. Sanmuga Nathan of Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia. The conference also provides wonderful opportunities to young faculties and research scholars to present their research work in front of an elite panel of sports scientists.
Highlights: Workshop on ‘Sports Pedagogical approach to achieve high performance.’
Participants: Faculty members, Research Scholars and Postgraduate students in Sports Science / Physiology / Psychology / Biomechanics/ Physics / Biochemistry/ Applied Mathematics / Statistics/ Computer Science / Nutrition / Occupational and Environmental Health / Physical Education, Sports Medicine, Medical Sciences, Ayurveda / Homeopathy / Naturopathy / Yoga (Education/Therapy) / other allied fields.
Last date for registration/ abstract submission:
10th March 2020
- Faculty: Rs.1000/-
- Students: Rs.500/-
Interested persons should submit their full paper or extended abstract (1 page/ 500 words excluding reference) at the time of online registration. The selected candidates for paper presentation will be informed by March 10, 2020.
How to Apply:
Accommodation for outstation students:
For a limited number of student participants free accommodation is available in the University hostel on a first-come-first-serve basis. Interested students should send an e-mail at stating the dates of arrival and departure and Registration fee payment/order number. Food will be available in the students mess at a nominal rate per meal.
Faculty members coming from out of state can avail accommodation in nearby hotels, such as, Om Plaza 033-26540378 and De’ Sivalika 9903095610.
Programme Schedule :
|Day 1 (20 March, 2020)|
|10:00 am -10:15 am||Invocation and welcome address by Swami Atmapriyananda|
|10:15 am -10:30 am||Introductory speech by Dr. Asok Ghosh, HoD & Convener of the conference|
|10:30 am- 11:15 am||Key note speaker 1: Prof. J. P. Verma, Dean (students welfare), Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior|
|11:15 am to 11:30 am||Tea Break|
|11:30 am-12.15 pm||Key note speaker 2: Dr. Sanmuga Nathan, Associate Professor, Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia|
|12:15 pm- 1:00 pm||Invited speaker: Dr. J. P. Bhukar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sports Psychology, Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, Gwalior|
|1:00 pm-2:00 pm||Lunch break|
|2:00 pm- 2:45 pm||Achieving High Performance in Sports:- Prof. Asok Kumar Ghosh, HoD, Dept. of Sports Science & Yoga, RKMVERI|
|2:45 pm- 4.45 pm||Workshop on Biomechanics by Prof. Rupayan Bhattacharya, Dept. of Sports Science & Yoga, RKMVERI|
|4:45 pm- 5:00 pm||Tea Break|
|Day 2 (21 March, 2020)|
|10:00 am- 11:15 am||Presentations by participating students at Saradananda Seminar Hall|
|11:15 am- 11.30 am||Tea Break|
|11:30 am- 1:00 pm||Presentations by participating students at Saradananda Seminar Hall|
|1:00 pm- 2:00 pm||Lunch break|
|2:00 pm- 4.00 pm||Workshop on Sports Pedagogy by Dr. Sanmuga Nathan, Associate Professor, Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia|
|4:00 pm- 4:30 pm||Valedictory session at Saradananda Seminar Hall, Prajna Bhavan|
|4:30 pm||Tea & snacks|
Prof. Asok Kumar Ghosh
HOD, Dept. of Sports Science, RKMVERI
- Prof. Asis Goswami, UNESCO Chair holder, RKMVERI, e-mail:
- Prof. Rupayan Bhattacharya, RKMVERI, e-mail:
- Prof. Uday Sankar Ray, RKMVERI, e-mail:
- Dr. Subhankar Ghosh, St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, e-mail:
- Dr. Arkadeb Dutta, RKMVERI, e-mail:
- Dr. Kunal Sikder, RKMVERI, e-mail: