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Comparative Study of Selected Diameter and Skinfold Measurements of Ambala School Boys in Relation to there Economic Status


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The purpose of the present study was to compare the selected diameter and skinfold measurement of Ambala school boys in relation to their economic status. To achieve the purpose of the study, data was collected from 9 to 12th class in S. A. Jain Model School and Govt. Sen. Sec. School, Ambala were selected. The study was conducted out on 75 school boys, 25 high group, 25 middle and 25 low group. The measurement of diameter was taken with the help of anthropometric compass and measurement of skinfold was taken with the help of Indian version of larges skin fold caliper, manufactured by una and company, New Delhi. In order to analyze the data T Test was used to analyze the data and observed the significance differences between high, middle and low boys group of selected diameter and skinfold measurement.

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Anthropometric Measurements, Skinfold Measurement.
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Surender Tanwer
S.A.Jain College, Ambala, India

Abstract


The purpose of the present study was to compare the selected diameter and skinfold measurement of Ambala school boys in relation to their economic status. To achieve the purpose of the study, data was collected from 9 to 12th class in S. A. Jain Model School and Govt. Sen. Sec. School, Ambala were selected. The study was conducted out on 75 school boys, 25 high group, 25 middle and 25 low group. The measurement of diameter was taken with the help of anthropometric compass and measurement of skinfold was taken with the help of Indian version of larges skin fold caliper, manufactured by una and company, New Delhi. In order to analyze the data T Test was used to analyze the data and observed the significance differences between high, middle and low boys group of selected diameter and skinfold measurement.

Keywords


Anthropometric Measurements, Skinfold Measurement.

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