International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part O
Survey on available play areas in government schools of Tamil Nadu
AUTHOR(S): S Samraj and Dr. S Chitra
There are several, primarily carried out in the Asia, that have explored the reasons why parents’ choice a school, which they consider best meets their children’s needs and parental aspirations for their children. The play area is one of the criteria for the parents and children need to choose the school. Based on the concept the present study aims to investigate to make an attempt to Survey the available play areas in government schools of Tamil Nadu, India. To achieve the purpose of the study 30 schools each districts from 37 districts of Tamil Nadu were selected at random who were directly related with the sports had been included in the study. The researcher constructs the questionnaire for the need of the study and the guideline for developing the questionnaire was obtained from selected books. Clarke and Clarke, (1984). The response on sports areas available in the school were received for analysis. There are 1110 questionnaire from Government schools were selected for analysis. The filled in questionnaires were recorded in the score sheet. Then the scores were analysed by descriptive statistics. The responses of the physical education and sports personnel were collected on item wise frequencies were converted into percentage for the analysis. Further, the data were interpreted through tables and figures. To attain meaningful conclusions the descriptive statistics used for analysis the data. The results of the study shows that the large area games fields not available and the absents of indoor irrespective of all government schools of Tamil Nadu and so far the play areas available according to fulfil the need of the children in selected areas in schools of Tamil Nadu.
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How to cite this article:
S Samraj, Dr. S Chitra. Survey on available play areas in government schools of Tamil Nadu. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):921-923.