2016, Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part B
An empirical study on the institutional social and material environment impact on physical education in B-SchoolsAuthor(s):
Shivaprasad NS, Dr. SM PrakashAbstract:
In understanding the role played by the collegiate environment in the successful or unsuccessful transition of the inward student, several questions must be addressed. These questions reflect the university's goals, mission statement, and its prospect direction. Furthermore, they provide an understanding of the college's views and vision about student learning. The development of students both academically and socially while they are members of the campus community is tantamount to the university's success. The objective of the study is to analyze the direct and positive relationship between institutional social and physical environment and the participation in physical activities of business school graduate students. Therefore, these questions (What does the institution value? What is the institution's mission statement? What are the interactions between students and university officials?) Must be investigated along with garnering a thorough understanding of the university's physical surroundings so as to best comprehend the impact a university has on its students, especially those making the transition to college. This study is based on the research results of various researchers. Thus, the campus environment and its effects on the student population can be addressed in two settings: social environment, and physical environment.Pages: 85-89 | 1274 Views 17 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Shivaprasad NS, Dr. SM Prakash. An empirical study on the institutional social and material environment impact on physical education in B-Schools. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(3):85-89.