2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
A comparative study of anthropometric variables among tribal inhabitants of North Bengal in India
Author(s): Dr. Bhusan Adhikary
This study was carried out to know the relationship of Anthropometric variables among tribal inhabitants of North Bengal in India. For the present study two hundred and forty male ranging between 17 to 23 years from four different Tribes of Dooars, namely Bhutia, Mech, Rabha and Toto were selected as subjects. The subjects were selected randomly from the whole population of four different tribes. To find out the relation and relationship of selected anthropometric variables the mean and standard deviation were calculated. To find out the relationship least significance difference post hoc test were applied at 0.05 level. However, the relationship of height, weight, upper arm length, fore arm length, upper leg length, fore leg length and foot length was only found to be significant at 0.05 level.
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Dr. Bhusan Adhikary. A comparative study of anthropometric variables among tribal inhabitants of North Bengal in India. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2019;4(1):2242-2246.