International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part H (2016)
A comparative study on anxiety between professional and non-professional graduate level students
Zaved Ahmad and Dr. E Ahamad
Anxiety is the most common form of psychoneurosis occurring among individuals possessing above average intelligence. Anxiety is a psychological and physiological state and its symptoms made by emotional, somatic and cognitive behaviour components. It is the showing uncomfortable feelings of individual as well as society. The anxious student is suffering from cardiac disorders, emotional instabilities, inferiority feelings, pains and headaches. The aims of this study to check the anxiety level among professional and non-professional students. The purpose is also to see the differences among different streams and category also on anxiety. This study is descriptive survey type in nature. It covers only graduate level student of Bahraich, Gonda and Balrampur districts of U.P. This research is conducted only B.A., B.Sc., B.C.A., B.P. Ed and B.Ed. students. Hypotheses of the study are as -there is no significant difference between professional and non-professional, male and female, and different stream graduate level students on anxiety. Tool for comprehensive anxiety test is used which was developed by Dr. R.L. Bharadwaj, Dr. H. Sharma and Dr. M. Bharadwaj. Researcher used Purposive method of sampling for the selection of sample. 369 samples were selected.Same level of anxiety was found in professional and non-professional graduate level students. Result shows the non-professional students are more anxious in compression to professional graduate level students in both gender. Same level of anxiety was found in male and female professional students and non-professional also. No differences have seen in B.A. and B.Sc., and B.C.A., B.P. Ed and B.Ed. students.
How to cite this article:
Zaved Ahmad, Dr. E Ahamad. A comparative study on anxiety between professional and non-professional graduate level students. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(6):456-460.