Comparative Analysis of Academic Achievements between the Female Participant and Female Non-Participants of Physical Education Students
Keywords:Non-Participants, Participants, Physical Education Students
The main objective of this research study was to find out the Comparative Analysis of Academic Achievements between the Female Participant and Female Non-Participants of Physical education students. This case study was undertaken in the region of northern Punjab the response of Physical education students of degree college. The statement, comparative study of academic achievement, self-developed Likert type scale was used for the data collection which cover all aspect of the sports, validity and reliability was done accordingly. The collected data was then put into SPSS (23 version) to tabulate and arrange the data, which aim to get the desire result. There were 290 female participants respectively. Description research approach was used to get the desire results. It is evident that the t –test value is -1.589 which is significant at 0.05 level of significance with df equal 498. Higher physical fitness, physical capacity and physical activity were associated with higher rating of scholastic ability. Students who reported a great level of exercise spent more time in sport and achieved higher grade point averages. Further revealed that the physical activity played a partial role between sports, participant skills among youth of physical education. However, physical activity was tested positive and significant in relationship with academic and participants’ skills.
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