International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 9, Part D (2016)
A comparative study on self-concept between professional and non-professional graduate level students
Zaved Ahmad and Dr. E Ahamad
The self-concept is one’s view of one self. It is generally stable and organized quality of self-concept that gives consistency to the personality. Self-concept requires consistency, stability, strength, and tends to resist change. Present study aims to compare self-concept between professional and non- professional graduate level students. This study is descriptive survey type in nature. It covered only for graduate level students in Bahraich, Gonda and Balrampur districts of UP state. This research conducted only B. A., B.Sc., B. C. A., B. P.Ed. and B. Ed. students. The research objectives were to the compere self-concept between professional and non-professional, male and female and different stream graduate level students. Hypotheses of the study were no significant difference between professional and non-professional, male and female, and different stream graduate level students on self-concept. Researcher used self-concept rating scale tool for data collection. This tool was developed by Dr. (Mrs.) Pratibha Deo. Researcher used Purposive method of sampling for the selection of samples. Students have same level of self-concept in both categories. Female professional student found more self-concept in comparison to non- professional female students. The same level self-concept in male and female student of professional category, and non-professional category is also same. The level of self-concept reported is same in B. A. and B. Sc., and B. C. A., B. P.Ed. and B. Ed. students in also same.
How to cite this article:
Zaved Ahmad and Dr. E Ahamad. A comparative study on self-concept between professional and non-professional graduate level students. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(9): 210-214.