An Analytical Study of Mental Health to College Students

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 7-10
By

H. D. Vaghamshi

  1. HOD and Assistant Professor Department of Psychology, Kavishree Botadkar Arts and Commerce College, Botad, Gujarat India

Abstract

The research aimed to explore variations in the mental well-being of university students, utilizing a 2X3X3 factorial design. Data gathering relied on the utilization of the “Mental Health Inventory” developed by Dr. D.G. Bhatt and G.R. Gida in 2006, with a sample selection conducted through the stratified random method. A total of 540 samples of college’s students were taken college from Bhavnagar city among them 270 from college girls and 270 college boys. The data collected underwent statistical analysis using the ‘F’ test, revealing a notable distinction between females and males (F=17.24), There is a significant difference between F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y. (F=9.53), There is a significant difference (0.05 level) between Arts, commerce and Science stream (F=3.99), There is no meaningful distinction found between sex and education level (F=4.40), There is no significant difference between education level and stream (F=1.12), There is no significant difference between sex and stream (F=1.15) and There is no significant difference between sex, education level and stream (F=2.13). Result show that variable like sex, education level and stream effect on the mental health of college student.

Keywords: Mental well-being, factorial design, mental health inventory, stratified random method, gender differences, statistical analysis, distinctions

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Volume 14
Issue 01
Received January 20, 2024
Accepted January 21, 2024
Published April 2, 2024