2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Construction of norms and distribution of grades of skills of volleyball players
Author(s): Parminder Singh and Dr. Kanwaljeet Singh
The present study was conducted to construct norms and distribution of grades of skills of volleyball players. For the purpose of the present study, Five Hundred (N=500), Male Volleyball Players of under-16 years were selected. The Serve Test was used to test the skill in the volleyball serve consistency and accuracy. The Set-Up Test was used to measure the set-up ability in volley ballers and Fore-Arm Pass Test was used to measure the accuracy, height and consistency in the fore-arm pass. The data, which was collected by administering tests, was statistically treated to develop for all the test items. In order to construct the norms, Percentile Scale was used. Further, the scores were classified into five grades i.e., very good, good, average, poor and very poor. In Service, the scores below 10.556 are considered very poor, from about 10.556-12.178 is considered poor, 12.178-15.422 is considered average, 15.422-17.044 is considered good and the scores above 17.044 are considered very good. In Setting, the scores below 16.922 are considered very poor, from about 16.922-18.701 is considered poor, 18.701-22.259 is considered average, 22.259-24.038 is considered good and the scores above 24.038 are considered very good. In Fore-Arm Pass, the scores below 18.404 are considered very poor, from about 18.404-20.837 is considered poor, 20.837-25.703 is considered average, 25.703-28.136 is considered good and the scores above 28.136 are considered very good.
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Parminder Singh, Dr. Kanwaljeet Singh. Construction of norms and distribution of grades of skills of volleyball players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(2):544-546.