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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Assessment of multiple intelligence among school going boys: A comparative study

Priyanka and Dr. Sudha Chhikara
A person can be most successful in a profession when the same is according to his or her abilities and interest. The different domains and disciplines valued by different cultures exert a tremendous influence over how one's intelligences develop, and to what extent they are mobilized. Focus these days is on designing educational experiences for students that demonstrate and explore how they are smart in the synergistic environment of a community of learners. The present study was escorted with the aim of assessing the cultural differences in multiple intelligence among school going boys i.e. in both rural and urban areas as well as government and private schools. For this, 100 boys in age group of 6-8 years from urban areas of Fatehabad district of Haryana state were selected. The data were collected with the help of standardized multiple intelligence tool and a questionnaire for human ecological factors by Dabas, R. 2000. The data showed significant differences in the mean scores of boys from private and government schools of urban area (Fatehabad) for linguistic intelligence (z = 4.62), logical-mathematical intelligence (z = 9.61) and intrapersonal intelligence (z = 3.79). Area wise comparison showed significant differences in mean scores for linguistic intelligence (z=6.01), logical-mathematical intelligence (z=6.52), intrapersonal intelligence (z =8.81) naturalistic intelligence (z = 3.49) and existential intelligence (z = 4.56).
Pages: 1028-1032  |  339 Views  96 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Priyanka and Dr. Sudha Chhikara. Assessment of multiple intelligence among school going boys: A comparative study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 1028-1032.

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