A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF CONFIDENCE OF TRIBAL AND NON TRIBAL ADOLESCENTS

Vandana Garg

Abstract


The aim of the present study was to examine the level of self confidence of tribal and non tribal adolescents and to compare the level of self confidence of tribal and non tribal adolescents. To comply with the study 100 students were selected by stratified random sampling technique from government and private secondary schools of Betul district of M.P. The total strength of the sample was distributed over 50 tribal and 50 non tribal adolescents of secondary level of M.P. Board. For collection of data Dr. Rekha Agnihotri’s Self Confidence Inventory was used. Measures of Central Tendency and t-test were used for verification of hypothesis .An analysis of the data obtained from current study showed that, there is significant difference in level of Self Confidence of tribal and non tribal adolescents.


Keywords


tribal adolescent, non tribal adolescent, Self Confidence, ASCI.

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