Volume : 4, Issue : 5, MAY 2018
A STUDY ON LEADERSHIP TRAITS OF HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS IN RELATION TO EMOTIONAL MATURITY
MR. M. PALANI, DR. P.S. BALAJI
This study examined the relationship between leadership traits of higher secondary students in relation to emotional maturity. This study adopted survey method of research participants were 300 higher secondary school students randomly selected from different schools in thiruvallur districts. Research instruments used by data collection was leadership traits scale developed by Levin, lipid and white in., and emotional maturity questionnaire developed by dr. yashvir singh and dr. magesh bhargave tested at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significance. The findings indicated that there exist a positive relationship between leadership traits and emotional maturity of higher secondary school students, there exist significant impact with respect to gender, medium of instruction, type of management, and also there is no significant impact with respect to location, type of family fathers qualification on leadership traits and emotional maturity of higher secondary school students.
Leadership, Traits, Emotional Maturity, Survey, Hypothesis, Sampling Technique.
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