Comparative Study of Self Esteem among Male and Female Students from Fit India Movement Organised by Savitribai Phue Pune University

  • Ashish Naik Ashish Research Schoolar
Keywords: Self Esteem, Fit India Movement, Gender

Abstract

Abstract
Self-esteem is an acquire set of beliefs about the ‘Self’ and it is the largest determinant of behaviour. Purpose of this study is to find if gender has any influence on Self-Esteem of current participants of Fit India Movement organised by Department of Physical Education from Savitribai Phule Pune University. This study was carried out on 15 male and 15 female students (n=30) age between 20-30 years. Data was collected by using Rosenberg Self-Esteem 4 point Likert scale in form of Google form. Analysis of data was Quantitative, Independent sample t test was computed to compare Self-Esteem between both the genders. Findings show that there is no significant difference of Self-Esteem among male and female students (P=0.109). Therefore conclusion states that gender has no influence on Self-Esteem on students of Fit India Movement organised by Savitribai Phule Pune University.

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Published
2022-09-25
How to Cite
Ashish, A. N. (2022). Comparative Study of Self Esteem among Male and Female Students from Fit India Movement Organised by Savitribai Phue Pune University . INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION AND MOVEMENT SCIENCES, 11(3), 3-6. https://doi.org/10.55968/ijems.v11i3.217
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Research Articles