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Survey Paper | Psychology | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023
Comparative Study of Spirituality and Irrational Beliefs among Engineering and Management Students
Bhavuk Sethi | Dr. Neelam Pandey
Abstract: The relationship between spirituality, irrational beliefs, has been a topic of interest for researchers in various fields. However, little is known about the differences or similarities in the levels of spirituality and irrational beliefs among engineering and management students. This research study aims to provide a comparative analysis of spirituality and irrational beliefs among these two groups of students. The study will utilize a survey questionnaire to collect data from engineering and management students. The questionnaire will include questions related to their beliefs and practices regarding spirituality, as well as beliefs related to irrationality. The survey will also collect data on the students' academic background and personal characteristics. Data analysis will involve the use of statistical analysis techniques to determine any significant differences or similarities between the two groups in terms of both spirituality and irrational beliefs. The results of this study will contribute to the understanding of the relationship between spirituality, irrational beliefs among engineering and management students. This study also highlights the sub factors like spiritual openness and mindset, difference between spirituality and religiousness and also types of irrational behaviour and how to identify them. Overall, this research study seeks to contribute to the ongoing discourse on the relationship between spirituality, irrational beliefs, and academic and personal success, while also highlighting any differences or similarities in these factors among engineering and management students.
Keywords: Spirituality, Irrational Beliefs, Comparative study, engineering students, management students, survey questionnaire, well - being, mental health, emotional health, mental health
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,
Pages: 1697 - 1705