A STUDY OF MORNINGNESS AND EVENINGNESS AMONG SPORTS PERSONS

Ashwani Bali, Savita M. Kene

Abstract


This paper represents the study of Morningness Eveningness among Sports Persons. Total One Thousand (1000) subjects were selected for this study. One hundred (100) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A), one hundred fifty (150) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com), one hundred fifty (150) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W), one hundred fifty (150) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Arts (B.A), one hundred fifty (150) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Science (B.Sc), one hundred fifty (150) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Computer Application (B.C.A) and one hundred fifty (150) subjects were taken from Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) selected for the present study. The data pertaining to the study was collected by standard questionnaire. In this study, data were analyzed and interpreted with the help of special statistical techniques. The finding of this study shows that most of the sports persons of different Streams of Senior Colleges of Amravati City fall under Intermediate type.    

 

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morningness, eveningness, sports persons, Amravati city

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