There is a shortage of physical education providers in India and even more of the physical education is not being done in the country.
A study by the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports (NIPES) found that of 1,056 schools in the nation of 7.4 billion people, only 14.3% are offering physical education for the first time, leaving a gap of at least 7.8%.
The report, released on Thursday, says that physical education can play a crucial role in helping students get into higher education.
“There is a significant gap in the availability of physical training for primary and secondary school students in India.
In fact, a whopping 92% of primary and primary school students were not trained in physical education last year.
In the 2014-15 academic year, only 30% of students in primary and high school were getting physical education,” said Akshay Kumar, co-author of the report and professor of public health, medical engineering and technology at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
The report also highlights the need for better training in physical health, especially physical education.
“A majority of schools did not include any physical education teachers at the end of the academic year,” said Kumar.
“The teachers are mostly not trained and they are not available to students.
As a result, students get exposed to physical diseases.””
As a result of lack of physical schools, students are exposed to infection.
There are several studies showing that in India, more than 20% of the children who die of a respiratory illness due to respiratory infections are children who do not have access to adequate physical education facilities.
These children are more at risk for contracting respiratory infections,” Kumar said.
“We also need physical education to be a gateway to higher education and for physical education programs to be integrated in the curriculum.”
He added that physical training programs are the key to a successful physical education education curriculum.
“Physical education programs need to focus on developing the skills required to take care of physical illnesses, such as physical strength and agility.
These are the skills that students need to be able to deal with physical illnesses like colds, flu, coughs and sore throat.
We also need to develop physical skills like flexibility and balance, which can help students to keep their balance during physical exercises.”
A major issue is that many physical education institutions do not teach students how to breathe properly, the report said.
While some physical education schools have physical education students take their own oxygen tanks, the rest do not.
Many physical education institutes do not even have physical classrooms where students can practice their breathing.
According to Kumar, the biggest challenge to physical education being integrated in schools is that physical health is not taught.
“Most physical education curricula do not mention the importance of physical health in a school.
It is a difficult issue to tackle.
It has been known for decades that the health and physical education sectors have a large number of teachers that lack basic skills to teach physical education, such being the lack of teachers trained in proper respiratory health and other vital skills,” Kumar added.