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International Journal of Home Science

2016, VOL. 2 ISSUE 3, PART B

An evaluation of quality of life among hostel inmates

Author(s): Pragati Srivastava and Neetu Singh
Abstract:
Quality of life reflects the difference between the hopes and expectation of a person & their present experience in which Adjustment was the important observable factor. Early adulthood was a period of adjustments to new patterns of life and new social expectations especially when they enter into organization stage. This work aims at studying the specificity of the social living conditions, organization, regimen, psychosocial and other factors of life and their effect on the thinking, working status of students living in the hostels. This study was carried out in three hostels of Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar University (BBAU), Lucknow University (L.U.) and National. P.G (NPG) of Lucknow city. This study was carried out on 120 female hostler’s belonging to the age group of 15-30 years. The tools were pre designed and pre tested schedule comprising family and individual. Their quality of life was measured by evaluating their self-efficacy with Self efficacy scale, their emotional intelligence via Emotional intelligence scale & stress through Stress scale. In result the relationship showed a higher significance value at .001 level in which self-efficacy was measured high in N.PG. (15%), medium in L.U. (75%) and low in (15%) in BBAU. Emotional intelligence was high in L.U. (65%), medium in BBAU (25%) and low in N.PG. as (5%).Stress scale high in 50% in BBAU, medium in L.U. 25% and low in N.PG. (13%). This study shows that effect on self-efficacy, emotional intelligence & stress and via this Quality of life was affected.
Pages: 96-98  |  114 Views  28 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Pragati Srivastava and Neetu Singh. An evaluation of quality of life among hostel inmates. International Journal of Home Science. 2016; 2(3): 96-98.
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