Vol. 2, Issue 5 (2017)
Self-Sufficiency among all India inter university men netball players
Author(s): Aejaz Hassan, Dr. PV Shelvam
Abstract: High scoring individuals on the dimension Self-Sufficiency prefer to be alone. They do not need the support of groups in describing themselves. They prefer to work alone and are good at problem solving by them. Low scoring individuals on Self-Sufficiency dimension are group dependent, who strongly value social approval and they are also fashionable. To compare Self-Sufficiency of all India Inter University Men Netball players, the comparison was made on the basis of zones, achievements and positions of play. To achieve the purpose of the present study, 218 all India Inter University South zone (SZ), North zone (NZ), East zone (EZ) and West zone (WZ) men netball players, who took part in all India Inter University Netball Championship men and women held at Punjab University Chandigarh during the year 2016 were assessed on Self-Sufficiency (Ss). Multi dimensional Assessment of Personality MAPS form-A was administrated for all 218 men Netball players out of which 174 players scored 1-6 in validity index. These 174 players were selected as subjects for the study. The age of the subjects ranged between 18 to 28 years. Self-Sufficiency scores were analyzed by one way ANOVA. The level of significance was fixed at 0.05. When the obtained ‘F’ value was significant Post-hoc test was applied to find out the paired mean difference. The results revealed that Self-Sufficiency of all India Inter University men Netball players differ from zones, achievement level and among the positions.