THE INFLUENCE OF SPORTS PARTICIPATION ON SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES OF SPORTSPERSON

Savitri S. Patil, Rajkumar P. Malipatil

Abstract


“Youth are the salt of nation”. Nations development depends on its youthful productive human resource. Healthy youthfulness emerges from all round development of the children. Physical exercises, sports and yoga play the vital role in ensuring sound health of the children. Sports and yoga help the children physically, psychologically and intellectually. Thus calls for a scientific study development of the children in order to have healthy youth to the nation. Sample: A sample of 200 Sports person and non-sports person were selected for the study. The subject’s age ranged from 19 to 25 years. Method: The subjects were administered the standardized questionnaires for collecting the relevant data.

 

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emotional intelligence, social intelligence, sports participation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v0i0.408

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