Impact of Intervention Program on Intelligence Quotient of 7 Year Old Students in Private Schools of Chandigarh and Punjab
- Author Shruti Marwaha
- Co-Author A.K. Sinha, Ramesh Sahani
- Country : India
- Subject : Anthropology
Intelligence is the ability of a person to gain, perceive, comprehend and apply knowledge. The present longitudinal study was conducted to assess and analyze the impact of intervention programme on intelligence quotient of respondents. There are nine different intelligences which are identified. Multiple intelligence level gives us an important insight about our natural strengths. The present research was carried on with an intention to find whether the intervention including educational customization in form of task sheets pertaining to the respondents’ natural learning style would develop his interest in studies thereby leading to a soar in their intelligence quotient. The study was conducted on a sample size of 480 male as well as female students selected from Private Schools of Chandigarh and Punjab. The intervention programme was implemented among the respondents in the experimental group, although both the groups were tested from time to time.Results indicated that the intelligence quotient of respondents in experimental group surged significantly over the period of intervention, while in case of their control group counterparts, there had been merely an insignificant change in the intelligence quotient.