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Diagnostic Study of Selected Physical Fitness and Physiological Variables between Sedentary, Active and Deaf and Dumb School going Girl students

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Physical Education Punjabi University Patiala, INDIA
  • 2Department of Physical Education Punjabi University Patiala, INDIA

Res. J. of Physical Education Sci., Volume 3, Issue (6), Pages 1-5, June,23 (2015)


The purpose of the study was in relation to Sedentary, active and deaf and dumb school going girl students where the selected physical fitness and physiological variables were analyze. A total of 60 girl students 20 sedentary, 20 active and 20 deaf and dumb school going girl students which were selected from the St. Lawrence Public School of Samna in Patiala, DAV Public School Patiala and School of Deaf and Dumb Students Safdipur Patiala (Punjab) India. Deaf and dumb girl students were active and they were in training for different games and events. After the selection of 60 girl students who had their age ranging from 12-15 years studying in different classes i.e. 7th, 8th, 9th, they were administered tests on selected criterion variables. He selected Physical Fitness and Physiological variables were speed, agility, flexibility, strength (grip, leg & back strength), and breath holding capacity, blood pressure, cardiovascular endurance and pulse rate. Which were tested on sedentary, active and deaf and dumb school going girl students. The data was analyzed by applying one way an ova. The results of these selected physical fitness and physiological variables leads to the significant difference between sedentary ,active and deaf and dumb school going girl students at 0.05 level of significance.


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