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OR25-53-5

CORRELATES OF PERSONAL AND ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAITS AND STRESS AMONG EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT STUDENTS IN DELHI NCR REGION

[Speaker] M, Venkatesan:1,2
[Co-author] Rohatgi, Anubha:2
1:Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Deemed University, New Delhi, India (India), 2:Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, India (India)

The Present study examines the impact of personality, interpersonal relationship, personal traits and entrepreneurial motivation with stress of executive management students. With Incidental sampling method 64 executives management student were chosen for the study. The variables were assessed using professional Stress, MBTI, FIRO-B, General Enterprising Tendency Test, Self-efficacy, Locus of Control and Self-esteem Scales. The statistical tools such as T-test, and Regression analysis were used in this study. The findings reveals that personal variables such as Introversion, Sensing, Intuitive personality type, General Self-efficacy, Social self-efficacy and Locus of Control are positively influencing Stress whereas Thinking, Feeling, Judging, Perceiving, Self-efficacy and Self-esteem are negatively contributing to stress. It was also evident from the result that Entrepreneurial Traits such as Need for Autonomy, Drive and Determination and Creativity predicts Stress. This study is made to find out the plausible relationship between personal traits and Entrepreneurial traits and stress among executive management graduates.
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