Volume : 8, Issue : 1, JAN 2022




The purpose of the study was to compare the level of self-confidence in married women and widow women. For the research study, the survey was conducted in the year 2021 where Fifty women were selected from Block Karanprayag, District Chamoli, and Uttarakhand, India. The selected sample consisted of 25 married and 25 widow women with ages ranging between 30 to 35 years. Agnihotri's Self confidence Inventory (ASCI) was administered to assess the level of self-confidence. For Statistical Analysis Mean, S.D, and t-test were used. After statistical analysis, the result revealed that there was a significant difference between the criterion variable.



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