CONSTRUCTION OF SPIKING SKILL TESTS AND COMPILATION OF NORMS FOR COLLEGE LEVEL WOMEN VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

Dandyagol Santosh Mallappa, Dr. V. A. Manickam

Abstract


The purpose of the study was to construct a new skill test battery and to develop standard norms for college level women Volleyball players of Karnataka state. To achieve the purpose one hundred (N=100) women Volleyball players studying in various colleges in Bengaluru District, Karnataka were selected at the age group of 18 to 21 years. All the subjects were informed about the objective and protocol of the study. After careful assessment of the present skill tests, the investigator constructed only skill tests namely Spiking Ability. In order to construct the norms, Hull scale was used. Further, the scores were classified into seven grades i.e. very poor, poor, below average, average, above average, good and excellent

Keywords


Skill Tests, Volleyball, Spiking

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