2021, Vol. 8, Issue 6, Part A
Effect of Pragya yoga and Pranakarshan pranayama (Popounded by Acharya Sriram Sharma) on emotional stability of Juvenile delinquentsAuthor(s):
Dr. Sunil Kumar DeshmukhAbstract: Background:
unstable emotion among juvenile delinquents is higher than other children, hence they move more towards crime. Lack of emotional stability is an important factor in increasing juvenile delinquency.
Aim: To Study the effect of Pragya Yoga and Pranarkarshana Pranayama (PYPP) on emotional stability level of juvenile delinquents.
Methodology: this study was done on juvenile delinquents of Chhattisgarh, India in 2009 and awarded PHD from DSVV Hardwar. For this study Permission was obtained from superintendent of Juvenile care home, Mana Durg and Raipur, Chhattisgarh. A total hundred (N=100) participants were selected by Experimental control group design. 14 to 18 years juvenile delinquents were selected for this study. All participants were divided in two groups. An experimental group (N=50) and a control group (N=50). The groups were divided in such a way that there was no statically significance difference in baseline mean between both the groups. The practice of Pragya Yoga and Pranakarshan Pranayama (PYPP) was done regularly for 45 days by the experimental group. In this study to measure emotional stability level the Emotional Stability Test (EST) created by Dr. (Ku) A. Sen Gupta and Dr. A.K Singh have been used. Received data was analysed by T-test. According to statistical analysis, obtained result is significant at 0.01 level, which makes it clear that practice of Pragyayoga and Pranakarshan Pranayama leads to significant increase in the emotional stability level of juvenile delinquents. Pages: 18-21 | 195 Views 6 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sunil Kumar Deshmukh. Effect of Pragya yoga and Pranakarshan pranayama (Popounded by Acharya Sriram Sharma) on emotional stability of Juvenile delinquents. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(6):18-21.