Certificate Programmes

"CHRONICLERS OF CRICKET"

Name of the Course:”CHRONICLERS OF CRICKET “- An Cricket Scoring Course  
Target Audience:Men & Women Cricket Team Members of our institution.
Duration:32hrs
Medium of instruction: Physical Class &a through our Picture Video Demonstration.
Venue:St. Paul’s College, Kalamassery

NEED OF THE COURSE

The role of the Scorer is to assume as a person who records the plays in a game and who sees that the rules are not broken and a person chosen to mark scores without a dispute; arbiter, especially onewhose decisions are binding on both or all parties to the dispute.”

OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE

Ascorer has the authority to make decisions on the cricket field, according to the laws of cricket. Besides making decisions about the legality of delivery, assist umpire and general conduct of the game, the umpire also keeps a record of the deliveries and announces the completion of an over.

METHOD OF THE COURSE

Major areas have been identified and described in three modules. Each area will be handled with explanation, discussion, quizzes, assignments and tests.  A certificate will be issued to the registered participants on the successful completion of the course.

SYLLABUS OF THE COURSE

Module 1

 

Equipment

The Scorers Umpires Companion; Cricket Law, Scorebook or score sheets, Pens, Pencils, ruler, erasers, correction fluid, Spare notebook or pad, Clock or watch, Binoculars

 

Pre-match duties

Scorers should know; Spirit of cricket; concentration

 

Signals

Signals used by umpires, signals used for scoring, Regulations or agreement with captains

 

The Timers

Time setting

 

Scorers signals

Signaling back to umpires, and assisting umpires i

 

Module 2

 

SCORING SYMBOLS.

 

Module 3

 

SCORING PROCESS

 

"IT'S YOUR CALL"

Name of the Course:  “IT’S YOUR CALL”– An Cricket Umpiring Course
Target Audience:   Men & Women Cricket Team Members of our institution.
Duration:   32hrs
Medium of instruction:  Physical Class & through our Picture Video Demonstration. 
Venue:   St. Paul’s College, Kalamassery

NEED OF THE COURSE

The role of the umpire is to assume as a person who rules on the plays in a game and who sees that the rules are not broken and a person chosen to settle a dispute; arbiter, especially onewhose decisions are binding on both or all parties to the dispute.”

OBJECTIVEOF THE COURSE

An umpire has the authority to make decisions on the cricket field, according to the 42 laws of cricket. Besides making decisions about the legality of delivery, appeals for wickets and general conduct of the game, the umpire also keeps a record of the deliveries and announces the completion of an over.

METHOD OF THE COURSE

Major areas have been identified and described in three modules. Each area will be handled with explanation, discussion, quizzes, assignments and tests.  A certificate will be issued to the registered participants on the successful completion of the course.

SYLLABUS OF THE COURSE

Module 1

Introduction

The Player Umpires Companion; Cricket Law

Pre-match duties

Umpires should know; Spirit of cricket; Protecting young bodies

Artificial pitches

The turf verge; No return crease; No-ball or Wide; Wickets used; Foot-wear; Regulations or agreement with captains

The bat

Size and width; When held by a batsman

Umpires

Where to stand, bowler’s end, striker’s end

Dead-ball

Automatically; Umpire to call & signal.

Unfair play

The ball; The batsmen; The wicket-keeper; Illegal fielding; Fielder moving; Obstruction and Distraction of a batsman; Time-wasting

Module 2

Mode of delivery

Balls of the over; Under-arm bowling; Definition of a fair delivery

The wicket is down

Thrown; The right and wrong way Remaking the wicket; Dispensing with bails

Boundaries

Examples; Sight-screen; Over-throws

A batsman innings

Starts; Stops

A batsman’s ground

Out of his ground; batsman with a runner

Module 3

Out or Dismissed

Bowled; Timed-out; Caught; Handled-the-ball; Hit-the-ball-twice; Hit-wicket; Obstructing-the-field; Obstructing a catch; LBW; Run-out; Stumped.

A batsman retiring

Batsman retires; Resumes his innings

Fielder leaving the field

Informing the umpires; His return; Consent required

Limited-over matches

Field markings; Fielding restrictions; Bowling restrictions

Techniques

Umpiring Techniques; Why do you want to umpire; Enjoying the game; Integrity; Criticisms and Compliments; Decisions; Answering questions; Switching up & down; Concentration; Conflict situations