A study on emotional stability among senior secondary students with reference to gender
Sarita Devi, Pushpawati Kochrekar
Students' conduct depends on their emotional stability. The purpose of this study is to assess secondary students' emotional stability in relation to their gender identification. Haryana's Sonipat and Rohtak districts provided the sample for this study. A total of 200 students, both male and female, were included in the sample. A standardized scale created by Dr. A. Sen Gupta and Dr. A. K Singh was used to determine the score of emotional stability among secondary pupils. The data was then analyzed using descriptive statistics like percentages, and the hypothesis was tested using a t-test. The majority of kids are emotionally stable, according to the study's findings. Furthermore, the findings revealed a substantial difference between male and female students, as well as a significant difference between male and female students.
Sarita Devi, Pushpawati Kochrekar. A study on emotional stability among senior secondary students with reference to gender. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 7, Issue 3, 2022, Pages 59-60