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Latest ISC Class 12 Physical Education Syllabus 2024-25

ISC Class 12 syllabus is a detailed set of content that covers all the topics taught in previous classes in a deeper way, which also makes it more extensive and tougher to cover for some students. The first step for any student to prepare for ISC Board exams is to have a clear understanding of the syllabus.

Physical Education is one of the most important subjects students tend to ignore. We need to understand that sports are also as important as studies and neither of the two can be neglected. Physical Education subjects give diverse knowledge on various topics related to health, mind, and body which are significant to grasp for the students in order to excel in their lives.

Students can prepare for examinations by studying the ISC Class 12 computer application syllabus and Class 12 economics syllabus, which are similar to the Class 12 physical education syllabus. To do well on these examinations and manage their time, students might make a combination schedule.

Download the ISC Class 12 Physical Education Syllabus PDF for 2024-25.

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Class 12 ISC Physical Education 2024-25 Syllabus

70 Marks
1. Sociological Aspects of Physical Education
Training Methods
Career Aspects in Physical Education
Competitions and Tournaments
Health Education & Health Problems
6. Sports Injuries and First Aid
Any two of the following games are to be studied:
Cricket, Football, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball,
Badminton, Tennis, Swimming, Athletics.

ISC Class 12 Physical Education Syllabus 2024-25: Marking Scheme

The ISC Physical Education Class 12 Syllabus 2025 consists of two papers: Paper I (Theory) consists of 70 marks and another is Paper II (Practical Work) consists of 30 marks.

Paper I: Theory: 3 hours (70 marks)

Paper II: Practical Work (30 marks)

Physical Education Syllabus Class 12 ISC: Paper II (Practical Work)

No question paper for practical work will be set by CISCE. The Practical Work will be evaluated in two parts as follows:

1. Continuous Evaluation (by the Teacher) which will be of 10 marks

2. Practical Evaluation (by Visiting Examiner) which will be of 20 marks


Continuous evaluation will be done by the teacher(s) responsible for preparing the candidate for the examination, in two of the following games and activities of the candidate’s choice:

Athletics, Cricket, Hockey, Football, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball, Tennis, Badminton, Swimming, Dancing, Gymnastics, Yoga. Continuous Evaluation will include the following:

A. File Work done throughout the year on any two games/activities which will be of 4 marks

B. Participation and performance of the candidate, throughout the year, in at least any two games/activities of his/her choice which will be of 3 marks

C. Physical Efficiency Tests which will be of 3 marks

2. PRACTICAL EVALUATION (by the Visiting Examiner)

Practical evaluation will be done by the Visiting Examiner in the presence of the teacher and will consist of the following:

A. Physical Efficiency Tests  will be of 12 marks

B. Specialisation Tests will be for 6 marks: The candidate is to be evaluated on any two basic skills of the two games/activities chosen by him/her for Continuous Evaluation

C. Viva-voce (on the two games/activities chosen by the candidate) which will be of 2 marks


The following are the tests to evaluate the physical fitness of candidates. These tests are to be used for Continuous Assessment by the Teacher as well as for Practical Assessment by the Visiting Examiner. Tests 1 to 3 should be conducted on one day and 4 to 6 on the next.

(a) Test 1 

50 metre run, standing start: Timings to be taken to the nearest tenth of a second (weather should be relatively windless without extremes of temperature).

(b) Test 2 

Standing long jump: A flat no slip surface should be used. The candidate should stand with toes just behind the take-off line and jump when ready. After making preliminary swing with the arms the candidate swings them forward vigorously, springing with both feet simultaneously to land as far forward as possible. Distance jumped to be measured in centimetres.

(c) Test 3 

Distance run - 1000 metres run for boys, 600 metres run for girls. Time to be taken to the nearest second.

(d) Test 4

(i) Floor push-ups for boys

(ii) Push-ups for girls

(e) Test 5

Shuttle run

Test 6

 60-second sit-ups


Candidates are to be tested by a Visiting Examiner in the presence of the teacher in two of the games/activities that were selected by them for Continuous Assessment. Details of skill areas are given below.

  • Athletics
  • Cricket
  • Hockey
  • Football
  • Volleyball
  • Basketball
  • Softball/Tennis/Badminton
  • Swimming
  • Dancing
  • Gymnastics
  • Yoga

The project work is given in more detail in the  ISC Physical Education Syllabus of Class 12 2024-25 provided above. Download the syllabus and start early preparation for the board exam.

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