A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EMOTIONAL STABILITY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS OF SECONDARY STUDENTS STUDYING IN GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SCHOOL
Keywords:Emotional stability, Socio economic status, Government school and Public school
The aim of the present study was to investigate a comparison between Emotional study and Socio Economic status of secondary students studying in Government school(K.V) and Public school of Greater Noida. Study was Conducted on one Hundred secondary students (both boys and girls ) selected by adopting random sampling technique. Data was collected by using (1) Emotional Stability Test for children by Dr.A Sen Gupta and Dr.A.K.Singh..This test has been developed for school going students for secondary classes. (2)Socio Economic Status Index by Prof R.K .Verma and Prof P. C. Saxena. This test measures the Socio economic Status in terms of following dimensions: Family status, parent education., occupation ,income, cast dwelling area ,possession of few prestigious commodities ,member of family clubs , political affiliation.Statistical analysis was done by computing t test .Findings indicate that there is no significant difference in Emotional stability between the students studying in Government school(K.V) and Public schools of Greater Noida. and there is significant difference in Socio Economic Status of students studying in government school (K.V) and public school in Greater Noida.
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