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Scirj Volume VI, Issue VIII, August 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Attitude of Yoga among Girl Students in Public Campuses of Nepal

Suresh Jang Shahi

Abstract: The main objective of this paper was to compare and analyze the attitude of yoga of the girl students of two public campuses. Initially, it was hypothesized that there is significance difference in attitude of yoga between the girl students of two public campuses. Altogether 100 hundred girl students of the campuses, 50 students from each campus were selected. These respondents were taken through convenient cum proposing sampling method. A five- point Likert-type scale was applied for data collection from the selected students who participated in practical examination of bachelor of education. There were 10 positive and 10 negative opinion statements; altogether 20 opinion statements were used for data collection. It was found that all respondents showed positive attitudes towards yoga. In comparison to Bardibas Janata Multiple Campus students, Kailali Multiple Campus students were more favorable towards yoga. For the purpose of test whether there is significant difference in score between the girls of two campuses the t-test score was applied as statistical test at the 0.05 level of significance. The t-test was significant in both positive (p=0.086 ˂ α=0.05) and negative (p=0.028 < α=0.05) statements at 0.05 level of significance. It is enough evidence in the data to accept the hypothesis of this paper. Hence, there is significant difference between attitudes of yoga score between the girls of two campuses. The community, family, social institutions, television, radio, booklets, magazines, newspaper, internet, sporting and yogic programmed were the main source of knowledge. These sources has played crucial role to affect their difference attitude.

Reference this Paper: Attitude of Yoga among Girl Students in Public Campuses of Nepal by Suresh Jang Shahi published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue VIII, August 2018 Edition, Page 54-59 ".

Search Terms: Yoga, yogic activities, positive attitude, negative attitude, favorable attitude unfavorable attitude and total score

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