EMOTIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OF PUNJAB POLICE WOMEN CONSTABLES
Aim of study: The aim of this study was to assess the status of emotional health & environmental health status among Punjab Police women constables. Material and Methods: A sample of Thirty(N=30) women constables from Punjab Police has been selected randomly and further bifurcated into two classes i.e., N1: Junior Constables with experience up to 1 year and N2: the Constables with the job up to 10 years Senior Constables, for the in-depth analysis. The tool used for data collection was a structured ‘Wellness Questionnaire’ which was constructed by Gordon Edlin and Eric Golanty in 2004. The mean, S.D. and ‘t-test’ were calculated to find out the significance of difference between the groups. Results: mean and S.D. of Junior and Senior Punjab Police Women Constables for their emotional health status variable is 27.20 ± 1.61 and 26.00 ± 2.17 respectively and Environmental Health variable is 28.46 +- 1.55 and 29.20 +- 1.65 respectively. The calculating ‘t’-value (1.718), of emotional health status which is less than the tabulated ‘t’-value (2.048), at 0.05 level. So, it shows that there is an insignificant difference between Junior and Senior Punjab Police Women Constables for their Emotional Health Variable. The calculated ‘t’-value (1.251), Environmental Health Variable which is more than the tabulated ‘t’-value (2.048) at 0.05 level. So, it indicates that there is a insignificant difference between Junior and Senior Punjab Police Women Constables for their Environmental Health Variable.
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