2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A comparative study of social intelligence between physical education and non-physical education students of Jammu University
Author(s): Manish Charak and Dr. Sudhir Rajpal
The present study was planned to compare social intelligence of male students pursuing their education in physical education and non-physical education streams in Jammu University. To conduct the study, 50 male physical education students were selected as sample. The average age of selected male physical education students was 22.14 years. The selected physical education students were enrolled in physical education courses offered by Jammu University. For present study, 50 male non-physical education students were also selected as sample. The non-physical education male students were pursuing their studies from courses offered by Jammu University in other educational streams. The average age of non-physical education male students was 23.09 years. The selection of sample was based on purposive sampling. To assess social intelligence of the selected students of Jammu University, social intelligence scale prepared by Chadha and Ganeshan (1986) was adopted. Results revealed that social intelligence in male physical education students was found to be significantly higher as compared to male non-physical education students. On the basis of results it may be concluded that male physical education University students possesses more magnitude of social intelligence as compared to male non-physical education University students. It may also be concluded that physical education is a constructive mode in development of social wellbeing in students.
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How to cite this article:
Manish Charak, Dr. Sudhir Rajpal. A comparative study of social intelligence between physical education and non-physical education students of Jammu University. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):1450-1451.