ANALYSIS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN OF UTTAR PRADESH
The purpose of the present study was to survey the physical activity and of school going children of Uttar Pradesh. The study employed a stratified random sampling, where the participants for the study, 3000 primary and high school children and from representative samples from different schools; aided, unaided and government. The sample selection was done following a stratified random sampling to include representative samples in the different categories. Apart from the physical data on the physical activity of school going children were collected by using a self-made questionnaire to present the physical activity of school going children of Uttar Pradesh, descriptive statistics and percentage analysis were used. The independent t–test was used to compare the physical and health status of school going children on selected parametric variables with respect to gender. The level of significance to test the selected hypothesis was set at 0.05.
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