Sports Facilities and Utilities: A Perceptual Analysis of Secondary School Students

  • Majid Khan PhD Scholar, IER, University of Peshawar
  • Amjad Reba Assistant Professor, IER, University of Peshawar
  • Khisro Kaleem Raza Head, Department of Education, Sarhad University of Science & Information Technology, Peshawar
Keywords: Sports Facilities, Sports Utilities, Teachers’ Views about sports, Students Perceptions about sports


Kant stated that education is to develop a sound mind in a sound body. Following a descriptive survey in a quantitative framework, the current study aimed to analyze the perception of students at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa about the availability of sports facilities and their utilization.  A multi-stage sample of 300 students was taken from12 urban Secondary schools of district Peshawar. A questionnaire was used for the collection of quantitative data having five-point Likert scales. Kruskale Wallace H test and Mann-Whitney U test were used as inferential statistics for finding the differences in the groups. The study found that most of the secondary school students participated in sports activities. The majority of schools were having sports facilities, however, fewer students were having sports facilities outside their schools. It was suggested that if students are provided with proper sports facilities and proper guidelines, it will have a significant impact on their physical development and academic achievements.

How to Cite
Majid Khan, Amjad Reba, & Khisro Kaleem Raza. (2021). Sports Facilities and Utilities: A Perceptual Analysis of Secondary School Students. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review, 2(1), 292-302.