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An Analysis of Construction of Norms For Selected Kabaddi Skill Test: a Case Study of Haryana | Original Article

Rajpal Singh*, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports

ABSTRACT:

The reason for this investigation was to build norms for selected kabaddi skills for kabaddi players of Haryana. With the end goal of the present investigation, Sixty (N=60), Male University Level Kabaddi Players between the age gathering of 18-25 years were selected. The information, which was gathered by overseeing tests, was measurably treated to produce for all the test things. With a specific end goal to develop the norms, Percentile Scale was utilized. Further, the scores were arranged into five evaluations i.e. good, great, normal, poor and exceptionally poor. To close, it is clear that in Hand Touch, the scores beneath 15.853 are viewed as extremely poor, from around 15.853-14.343 is viewed as poor, 14.343-11.323 is viewed as normal, 11.323-9.813 is viewed as great and the scores over 9.813 are viewed as great scores for Kabaddi Players of Haryana. To finish up, it is obvious that in Toe Touch, the scores beneath 13.48 are viewed as exceptionally poor, from around 13.48-12.14 is viewed as poor, 12.14-9.46 is viewed as normal, 9.46-8.12 is viewed as great and the scores over 8.12 are viewed as great scores for Kabaddi Players of Haryana. To close, it is obvious that in Back Kick, the scores underneath 8.78 are viewed as extremely poor, from around 8.78-10.69 is viewed as poor, 10.69-14.51 is viewed as normal, 14.51-16.42 is viewed as great and the scores over 16.42 are viewed as great scores for Kabaddi Players of Haryana.