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CBSE Question Paper 2018 class 12 Physical Education

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CBSE Question Paper 2018 class 12 Physical Education conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi in the month of March 2018. CBSE previous year question papers with solution are available in myCBSEguide mobile app and cbse guide website. The Best CBSE App for students and teachers is myCBSEguide which provides complete study material and practice papers to CBSE schools in India and abroad.

CBSE Question Paper 2018 class 12 Physical Education

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Class 12 Physical Education list of chapters

  1. Planning in Sports
  2. Adventure  Sports and Leadership Training
  3. Sports and Nutrition
  4. Postures
  5. Children and Sports
  6. Women and Sports
  7. Test and Measurement in Sports
  8. Physiology and Sports
  9. Sports Medicine
  10. Biomechanics and Sports
  11. Psychology and Sports
  12. Training in Sports

CBSE Question Paper 2018 class 12 Physical Education

General Instructions:

  • The Question paper consists of 26 questions.
  • All questions are compulsory.
  • Answer to 1 to 11 questions carrying 1 mark should be in approximately 10-20 words.
  • Answer to 12 to 19 questions carrying 3 marks should be in approximately 30-50 words.
  • Answer to 20 to 26 questions carrying 5 marks should be in approximately 75-100 words.

  1. What do you mean by ‘Fixture’?
  • The organized method in which teams participate in any tournament is a fixture.
  • Fixture means arranging the matches in a tournament with details of venue, date and time.
  • Fixture is a procedure to set a sequence of matches for participating teams. (Anyone)
  • Why does the weightlifter’s diet include lots of proteins?

    • Proteins help in forming new tissues and repairing the broken tissues.
    • To maintain strong ligaments and tendons needed for muscle growth. (Anyone)
  • What is ‘Hypertension’?

    • Increased blood pressure is hypertension.
    • Hypertension is a condition where the pressure of blood against the wall of arteries is too high (Anyone)
  • What do you understand by ‘Physical Disability’?

    • Limitation on an individual’s physical functioning.
    • Motor deficiency or sensory impairment that affects the mobility and manual skills is physical Disability.
  • What is the main cause of ‘Scoliosis’?

    • injury of the bones and joints
    • faulty posture
    • weakness or paralysis of the muscles
    • diseases like TB or Rickets
    • Carrying/lifting heavy loads
    • Heredity
      (Anyone cause)
  • What is ‘Amenorrhea’ in female athlete triad?

    • Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation/menstrual periods in a woman for more than 3 months.
    • Or a girl above age of 18 years who has not begun menstruating
    • Unnatural absence of menstrual cycle for more them 3months. (Anyone)
  • What do you know about the term ‘cardiac output’?

    • Cardiac output is the total volume of blood pumped by the heart in one minute.
    • Cardiac output = Heart rate x stroke volume
  • What type of fracture is known as Greenstick Fracture?
    Greenstick Fracture is a bend or crack in a bone usually found in children.
  • What do you mean by ‘Kinesiology’?

    • Kinesiology is the branch of physiology that studies mechanics and anatomy in relation to movement
    • Is Science dealing with interrelationship of physiological process and anatomy of human body with respect to movement (Anyone)
  • Define the term ‘Emotions’.

    • Emotions are feelings which result in physical and psychological changes that influence our behavior
    • Emotions are strong feelings deriving from one’s circumstances, moods or relationship with others (Anyone)
  • Explain the term ‘Sports Training’.

    • Process of preparation, in sportsperson to achieve a desired goal is called sports training.
    • A technical and systematic process of training a sports person, to achieve the utmost level of performance is called sports training. (Anyone)
  • Neman was a Class VI student. He used to bring junk-food in his lunch-box daily. His teacher observed that he was neither concentrating on his studies nor actively participating in physical activities. In this matter, he had a talk with his parents and came to know that he refuses to eat roti, dal, fruits, and vegetables. Due to this, he is facing these problems.
    Based on the above passage, answer the following questions:

    1. What types of problems was Naman facing?
      Lack of concentration, inactiveness, lack of Physical activity (Anyone)
    2. Why should junk-food not be recommended?
      Ans: –

      • Junk food does not contain the required nutrients for healthy life.
      • It leads to overweight and other health problems.
      • Adversely affects the growth and development. (Anyone)
    3. What values has his teacher shown in this matter?
      concerned, helpful, dedicated, caring, inspiring (Anyone)
  • Write briefly about some considerations of fluid intake pre, during and post competition that affects the sportsperson’s performance.


    • Liquid food can be digested much quicker and absorbed faster
      Eg. Fluids like milkshakes, yogurt/curd, vegetable soups etc.

    During competition:

    • Energy drinks help maintain blood volume, regulate body temperature, allow muscle contraction.
    • Water helps in replacing fluids lost in sweat
    • Fluids help in maintaining muscle glycogen and blood sugar level

    Post competition:

    • Protein drinks, Yogurt, fruit juices, and water
    • helps in preparing worn out tissues
    • -Restoring fluids and Electrolytes lost in sweat
    • help in refueling the muscle and liver glycogen (any 1 point for each)
  • What are the benefits of physical activities for children with special needs? Explain.

    • physical improvement
    • Reduce risk of health complications
    • Mental improvement
    • Behavioral patterns
    • Improve self-esteem and develop self-confidence
    • Reduce level of anxiety, stress, and depression
    • Cognitive benefits
    • Better emotional and psychological health (explain any 3 )
  • How does participation in Games and Sports contribute to the psychological development of women athletes in India? Explain.

    • gender role orientation
    • Self-image and body image
    • Self-confidence
    • Self-esteem
    • Positive aggression
    • Competitiveness
    • Overcome depression
    • Emotional and mental balance (explain any 3 )
  • Write briefly about menstrual dysfunctions and their effect on sports participation of female athletes.

    • Menstrual dysfunction means the irregularity and uncertainty in menstrual cycle of women

    Effect on sports participation

    • Athletic training and exercise neither affect the menarche nor menstrual periods.
    • Heavy and intense training program may result in amenorrhea.
    • Exercise is beneficial in relieving pain ( dysmenorrhea)
    • Sometimes Strength decreases during menstrual cycle and affects the performance
    • Less hemoglobin affected oxygen intake, hence Sports Performance is affected
    • Uncertainty in menstrual cycle may cause stress & anxiety.
  • What do you understand by ‘First-Aid’? How will you manage joint injuries? Explain.

    • First- Aid is the immediate and temporary care given to a victim of accident or sudden illness before the arrival of the Doctor.
      Joint Injuries- Dislocation of the joints – in which adjoining bones are displaced from their normal position.
    • call for immediate medical help
    • Do not move the joint to replace it.
    • Keep the person in a comfortable position.
    • Apply cold packs around the area to reduce swelling.
    • immobilize the area with a splint
    • Painkiller as advised by doctor. (Any 2 points)
  • What do you understand by Sports Medicine? Discuss briefly about the scope of Sports Medicine.

    • Medical knowledge applied to sport with the aim of preserving the health of the athlete while improving the athlete’s performance is Sports Medicine.


    • Sports Medicine is related to such human problems which usually arise during training and competition in sports and Games. (anyone)
    • Scope:
    • human anatomy and physiology
    • Sports and first aid
    • Prevention of sports injury
    • Rehabilitation
    • Female problem associated with women
    • Sports performance and Ageing
    • Scientific promotion of sports and games
    • Fitness for sports
    • Illness caused by environment, physiological and psychological disturbances.
    • Sports nutrition
    • Methods of detecting doping.
    • Sports and traumatology
    • Physiotherapy (explain any two)
  • What are the factors affecting Self-Esteem and Body Image? Explain.

    • Puberty and Adolescent period (body undergoes no. of changes.)
    • Media image (comparing with media images)
    • Family and Society(can have both positive and negative effect on body image)
    • Peer group(peer pressure)
    • Natural Ageing process(may adversely influence body image) (explain any 3)
  • Mention all calculations and steps involved to draw a Knock-out fixture of 19 teams, where 4 teams are to be seeded.
    Total no. of teams = 19(N=19)
    No. of matches = (N-1) = 19-1=18
    No. of teams in upper half = = 10
    No. of teams in lower half = = 9
    Total no. of byes (NB) = next power of 2 – N = 32-19 = 13
    No. of byes in upper half = = 6
    No. of byes in lower half = = 7
    Seeding – 2 teams in upper half with byes
    2 teams in lower half with byesI
    CBSE Question Paper 2018 class 12 Physical Education

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