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Effect Of Cyclic Meditation On Job Related Stress In It Professionals


  • Pammi Sesha Srinivas
  • Sony Kumari


Information Technology industry in India resulted in increase of job stress and its management by professionals would impact their employability as well as personal lives. Yoga is an ancient science which can give comfort to body/mind complex of human being in any context of life with a disciplined practice. Present study was design toassess the effect ofyoga technique- cyclic meditation on job stress on Indian information technology professionals. A qualitative research method was used to collect data and results are worth pursuing. Key words: Yoga,Meditation, Job stress,Cyclic meditation, Stress management&IT professionals

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  • Pammi Sesha Srinivas & Sony Kumari, 2015. "Effect Of Cyclic Meditation On Job Related Stress In It Professionals," Working papers 2015-06-12, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2015-06-12

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