Association of Personality Traits among under Graduate students (With reference to Management stream)
Keywords:Personality Traits of Graduate students, Specialization Management
This study was done to decide if there is a relationship between character attributes and graduation stream of understudies. This concentrate additionally tried the relationship of character characteristics with picked specialization. The large five-character attributes are estimated for an example of 106 administration understudies through a study created by the analyst. The chi-square outcomes showed relationship of extraversion, reliability, suitability and receptiveness with character attributes. Greater part of high scorers came from designing foundation while greater part of low scorers came from business foundation. Greatest quality contrasts were seen in designing understudies. Specialization decision was viewed as free of character.
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