The study could prove vital to understand the psyche of the society. It would give a clearer picture of the socialising effect of different streams of knowledge and how each of them contributes in increasing or decreasing aggression.
Methodology: Fifty subjects were selected for the study out of which 25 were from physical education and General education each.
Procedure: Buss-Durkee’s Aggression questionnaire was used to collect responses from the subjects to measure their aggression level.
Statistical Tool: Mean, Standard Deviation and ‘t’ test were used for the analysis of data.
Conclusion: The comparison of Physical and General education students revealed a significant difference in the aggression level among them as physical education students were found more aggressive than their counterparts.