This study reveals the effect of sports playing on the frustration tolerance. Sports activities are such activities in which not only our body is trained but also our mind gets power repress many disorders. Sports are also singular sorts like athletics etc. and team sports as well. A sportsman may be of any field has the capacity to face many adverse in his life. In ground many things going on can arise frustration in the sportsman but he has to repress those feelings to continue in the game that repression in the field helps them in the real life also as the small things going on the life gives birth to the frustration but to keep life smooth we have repress that feeling of frustration that quality is known as the frustration tolerance. The aim of the present study is to compare frustration level of sports playing students and non-sports playing students on the basis of their participation in sports. For present study, 100 UG/PG sports playing students (Ave. age 18.23 yrs) were selected from Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar city. To fulfill the objectives of the present study, another set of 100 UG/PG sports non-playing students. Random sampling method was used for selection of sample in the present study. To assess frustration level of selected Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya students from regular sports playing and non sports playing, Frustration Test prepared by Dr. N.S. Chauhan & Dr. Govind Tiwari (1972) was the preferred choice. Results indicate that frustration tolerance capacity of sports playing students were far more superior as compared to non-playing sports students. On the basis of results and associated discussion it was concluded that participation in competitive sports may be incorporated in curriculum so that sports playing student’s frustration tolerance capacity can be enhanced.
Sports playing students & Non-sports playing students.
Please cite this article as:
Manoranjan Tripathy (2019). Comparative Study of Frustration Level of Sports Playing and Non-Sports Playing Students. International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies, 6, 6(1), 1-3.