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“A STUDY OF SPIRITUAL HEALTH AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF SPORTSMEN”

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The present study was to investigate the spiritual health and emotional intelligence of sportsmen. 200 sportsmen had taken the study (100 Male and 100 female players). The purpose of the study was to find out the spiritual health and emotional intelligence male and female players. Hypothesis of the study are 1. Female players have significantly high spiritual health than the male players. 2. Male players have significantly high emotional intelligence than the male players.Dr Hydhe and pethe emotional intelligence and Dr Amit Kumar Shrivastava spiritual health test were used for the study. conclusion 1. Female players have significantly high spiritual health than the male players. 2. Male players have significantly high emotional intelligence than the male players.

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