Comparative Self-Concept Study of Physical Education and Non-Physical Education Students | Original Article
Sports demands more specialized research and training in psychology. That is how, today, we have “sports psychology,” “psychological conditioning,” “psychological preparation”, “psychological training” etc. Self-Concept is the totality of attitudes, judgments and values of an individual’s relating to this, abilities and qualities. The study was performed with randomly selected 30 male subjects from Physical Education students and 30 male subjects of non-Physical Education students of age range 17 to 23 years old of Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut. The study was also delimited to assessment of self – concept by using self-concept questionnaire of Dr. Raj Kumar Saraswat. the significant difference of self-concept between physical education students and non-physical education students was 1.86, which is below than the required value at 0.05 level of significance (t=2.00). It shows there is no significant difference between the performance of physical education and non-physical education subjects.