A Study of Social and Professional Competence of Management Students In Relation To Their Gender and Residential Background

Reena Kumari

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Reena Kumari, Research Scholar (Ph. D.) Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla


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Social and Professional Competence, Management Students In Relation, Gender and Residential Background

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The purpose of this study was to compare the social and professional competence of undergraduate management students in relation to their gender and residential background. The sample consisted 200 students of undergraduate management students of Shimla and Solan districts of Himachal Pradesh by using systematic random sampling technique. Social Competence Scale (Sharma, Shukla and Shukla, 1992) and Self-Made Professional Competence Scale were used for data collection. Mean, SD, ‘t’ value and Pearson Product Moment Correlation were used for analysis of data. The main findings of the study;There is no significant difference in the social competence of undergraduate management students in relation to their gender and residential background.There is no significant difference in the professional competence of undergraduate management students in relation to their gender,but there is a significant difference in the social competence of undergraduate management students in relation to their residential background. A positive correlation found between social and professional competence of undergraduate management students.


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