| Published: February 02, 2017
The Relational Study of Managing Relationship and Anxiety of B.H.M.S. Medical College Students
Background: The present study is an attempt “The relational Study of Managing Relationship and Anxiety of B.H.M.S. Medical College Students.” Methodology: The sample consists total 120 B.H.M.S. Medical College Students. 60 Male and 60 Female, age 18-22 drawn randomly from colleges of Aurangabad District (M.S.). Sinha’s Comprehensive Anxiety Test (S.C.A.T.) and Hyde, Pethe & Dhar’s Emotional Intelligence Scale (E.I.S.) were administered. The data were treated by Descriptive research statistical methods (i.e. Mean & SD) and Pearson’s Product moment Correlation was used. Conclusion: Researcher was observed that: 1) There is significant and negative Correlation in Anxiety and Managing Relationship of B.H.M.S. Medical College students. This result is consistent with general expectation. 2) There is Positive Correlation in the Managing Relationship and Anxiety of Male B.H.M.S. Medical College students. But it is not significant. 3) There is significant and negative Correlation in Anxiety and Managing Relationship of Female B.H.M.S. Medical college students.
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© 2017 Gaffar S, Gaffar S
Received: January 05, 2017; Revision Received: January 25, 2017; Accepted: February 02, 2017
Published in Volume 04, Issue 2, January-March, 2017