The effects of single-sex and co-educational schooling on children’s personality in Haryana

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Pinki Rani, Dr. Dhanda, B. and Reetu Devi
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Personality is a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences their environment, cognitions, emotions, motivations, and behavioral science in various situations. The word "personality" originates from the Latin persona, which means mask. In the present study for comparing the personality traits of secondary school students of single-sex schools and co-educational schools a sample of 160 students was selected from different school of Hisar district. In the study personality was dependent variable and school type was independent variable. The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) by Raymond B. Cattell was used to assess the personality. Result found that 65 percent student of rural area studying in single-sex school have extrovert on their personality and remains 35 percent student have introvert in their personality aspect.70 percent student of rural area studying in co-educational school have extrovert on their personality and remains 30 percent student have introvert in their personality aspect. 62.50 percent student of urban area studying in single-sex school have extrovert on their personality and remains 37.50 percent student have introvert in their personality aspect.72.50 percent student of urban area studying in co-educational school have extrovert on their personality and remains 27.50 percent student have introvert in their personality aspect.

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