2016, Vol. 1, Issue 2
The impact yogic, physicals exercises training and demographical variables on academic anxiety behaviour of secondary school students of Vijayapur district of Karnataka
Author(s): Rajkumar P Malipatil
The purpose of the study was intended to assess the effect of yogic and physical exercises on academic Anxiety behaviour among the school students, for this purpose hundred 300 students studying in various classes of Government high school Nagathan as (Rural sample) and Sri Sanganabasaveshawar international school as (Urban sample) of Vijayapura in Karnataka state in age group of 14-16 years were selected. They were divided into three equal groups, each group consist of hundred subjects, in which group-I underwent yoga practices, group-II underwent physical exercises and group –III acted as control group who swere not allowed to participated and receive any special treatment apart from their regular curriculum classes’, The training period for this study was six days a week for twelve weeks, the before and after the training period, the subjects were tested for speed ability. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was applied to find out which group has better in performance, whenever “F” ratio for adjusted test was found to be significant for adjusted post-test means Scheffe’s test was followed, as a post hoc to determine which of the paired means differ significantly . it was drawn conclusions that after the training of yoga and physical exercise both training and rural set up has improved academic Anxiety behaviour significant decreases found in Anxiety behaviour performance among the rural group comparing their urban group, hence formulated hypothesis is rejected and alternative hypothesis is accepted.
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How to cite this article:
Rajkumar P Malipatil. The impact yogic, physicals exercises training and demographical variables on academic anxiety behaviour of secondary school students of Vijayapur district of Karnataka. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2016; 1(2): 146-148.