International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 12, Part F (2015)
A comparative study of adjustment problems of girls at U.G. level and P.G. levels in co-educational colleges
The study was intended to examine the adjustment problems of college girl students of U.G. & P.G. level of Rohtak district. The variables included for the study apart from adjustment (home, health, social, educational and emotional) are U.G. & P.G. Level. The study was conducted on a sample of 100 students (50 girls of U.G. level, 50 girls of P.G. level) purposively selected from the various co-educational colleges of Rohtak district, Haryana. Adjustment Inventory for college students developed by A.K.P. Sinha & R.P. Sinha (1995) was adopted for this study. The data were analyzed using mean, S.D. & t test to study the adjustment Problems of girls at U.G. & P.G. levels in co-educational colleges. Results revealed that the girls of both the groups U.G. & P.G. are not significantly differ in three areas out of five areas of adjustment i.e. home, social and educational. While in rest of the areas of adjustment i.e. health and emotional, there is a significant difference in their adjustment level.
How to cite this article:
Sarita, Sonia, Sudesh. A comparative study of adjustment problems of girls at U.G. level and P.G. levels in co-educational colleges. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(12):404-406.