AUG-SEPT, 2016 SRJHEL

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17
Imapct Factor: 3.801
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 04-Oct-2016

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


T. UshaKumari & H. Deepa

SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT OF IX STANDARD STUDENTS IN KANYAKUMARI DISTRICT

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3860/3864

This study is used to find out the level of attitude of IX Std. students in their school environment in Kanyakumari district. School is a socio-psychological system. If educational institutions are not provided with suitable provisions, they affect teachers as well as learners and their teaching- learning process. A healthy school climate motivates the teachers to better teaching and, motivates in turn gets prestige and achieves high status in the society. The school is one of the many forces etc. parent’s attitudes and expectations, socio-economic environment of the family, community, close friends and mass media of communication acting on the student’s life. The effectives of an institution depend on an atmosphere, which provides a unity of the person who is working in the institution. For attaining all the objectives of an institution a proper healthy atmosphere must be necessary. 

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Sunaina Yadav

A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATHEMATICAL CREATIVITY AND PERSONALITY TRAITS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3865/3868

Research has shown that personality trait of conscientiousness is the strongest personality predictor of academic performance. The students can be guided in a better manner if their temperamental characteristics are known. Thus the study helps to understand the nature and the temperament of the students. The study identifies the mathematical creativity of the students and further explores its relationship with the personality traits of the students at secondary level.

Keywords: Mathematics, Creativity, Personality

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Sunil Kumar

ROLES AND FUNCTIONS OF SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES (SMCS) OF GOVERNMENT MIDDLE SCHOOLS IN DISTRICT KULLU OF HIMACHAL PRADESH: A CASE STUDY.

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3876/3886

 The study is an attempt to understand the structure of the SMC, process of formation of the SMC, level of awareness and participation of the SMC members in school activities vis-à-vis the roles and functions envisaged in the RTE Act, 2009. The RTE Act, 2009 has come into force with effect from 1st April, 2010 in our country which is a landmark in the history of education. The said Act assigns immense importance to School Management Committees as a part of decentralized structure to ensure the effective and regular functioning of the schools and education center, and one in which the parents will have a preponderance. Essential provisions regarding constitution and functions of SMCs have been given in section 21 and 22 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009.This paper mainly aims at looking into the roles and functions of the School Management Committees of government middle schools. In this paper author studied the awareness level of Heads of elementary school, Chairman of SMC and SMC members, parents and teachers about their role & function in the school education as per RTE-2009 provisions in district Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. Local bodies and SMC have been given higher responsibilities and functions as cent per cent enrolment, enrolment of out of school children, retention till completion of elementary education, monitoring of school activities and preparation of school development plan. The study focuses on the functioning of SMCs constituted under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 and an effort for understanding and documenting the roles and functions of the SMCs of government managed upper primary schools in Himachal Pradesh.  

Key words:  Community Participation, RTE, Elementary Education, SMC, SDP

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Rajeshri Soni & Rahul Mhabde

BEHAVIORAL FINANCE “MIND OVER MARKET” – A CASE STUDY OF TECHNO BUBBLE

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3887/3902

 

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Prakash Jagtap

TEACHERS ROLE AS FACILITATOR IN LEARNING

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3903/3905

 

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Deepika Kohli

RESEARCH IN ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLING AND TEACHER EDUCATION: ISSUES AND PRIORITIES

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3906/3911

The alternative schools are those that generally serve a special population, such as students with unique learning interests or disabilities or potential dropouts. Alternative schooling is an absolute requirement because every student should have the opportunity to learn and to achieve a quality of life. Alternative schooling also offers school and community leaders the opportunity to fulfill their legal responsibility to provide equal access to education for all students. There is a growing consensus throughout the world that all children have the right to be educated together. In the last six years a number of major international statements have appeared, affirming the principle of inclusive education and the importance of \\\'working towards schools for all- institutions which include everybody, celebrate differences, support learning and respond to individual needs\\\' (Salamanca Statement 1994). Teachers are key to helping alternative school students. The challenge confronting the alternative school is that of developing a child –centered pedagogy capable of successfully educating all children. So with the emergence of the concept of alternative schooling, the role of teacher education institutions need to be widened. The present paper highlights the priorities areas in alternative schooling which need immediate review and action. 

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Surjeet Singh Kaswan

TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN TEACHER EDUCATION

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3912/3918

Quality assurance in teacher education reflects on the high profile of the institution and the competency of student-teachers. In recent years total quality management (TQM) has emerged as a viable solution to achieve the goal of quality. Although business organizations have applied TQM principles with considerable success, its use in teacher training institutes is largely limited and has received little attention. The indomitable spirit of higher education paves the way for the growth of a nation in the several dimensions. Teacher education is one of the areas in higher education which trains student-teachers in pedagogy, which in turn helps them to train the young minds of educational institutions. The national policy on education and the Programme of Action (PoA-1992) emphasizes revamping of education programme for bringing qualitative improvement in teacher education. The ‘Fate of the nation is decided in the classroom,’ is a remark made by the Education Commission of India. The present article focuses on the concept and thrust areas of TQM in teacher education in India. It has exposed the perception of teachers on quality indicators, such as teacher quality, linkage and interface, students, co-curricular activities, innovative strategies in teaching learning practices, pedagogy, curriculum development, value inculcation, Teacher Education Institutions and Schools linkages, use of information and communicative technology and governance.


Key words: Total Quality Management, TQM, Teacher Education

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J. D. Singh

MAJOR REFORMS IN THE CONTEMPORARY TEACHER EDUCATION

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3926/3931

\"\\"\\\\"\\\\"\\"\"Knowledge enables an individual to think, to analyze and to understand the existing situation, and the inter-linkages and externalities of each action. It empowers an individual to form his or her own opinion, to act and transform conditions to lead to a better quality of life. Teaching is a versatile field that requires at all times the right identification of indices of developments in the society. The Indian education system improvement is required at many levels– from primary schools to higher education and research institutions of national excellence. Kothari commission (1964-66) remarks- ‘The destiny of India is being shaped in its classroom.’ But the quality of education is greatly determined by the quality of teachers and teacher education programmes. For getting knowledgeable society of human beings, there is a critical need to bring quality in teacher education. In a society of the future, education will play an essential role in creating the new way of life specific to knowledge and learning based society. Effective teachers and educators possess a well-grounded knowledge of the content areas that are central to their teaching. The rapid changes in our world require students to be flexible, to take the initiative and lead when necessary, and to produce something new and useful. In order to create a world class knowledge society, every one of us has to be knowledge worker. This paper describes the importance of creating a knowledge based society through teacher education programmes for making India a powerful country.

Key words: Education, Knowledge, Teacher Education

  

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Shivani Sharma

STUDY OF FACILITIES AT GYMNASTICS CENTERS OF DELHI IN RELATION TO ACHIEVEMENTS

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3932/3935

 

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Mrs. Babita

EFFECT OF PRE- COMPETITIVE ANXIETY LEVEL OF HANDBALL FEMALE PLAYERS

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3936/3939

 

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Bishwashwari Chandra

MIGRATION LEADS TO OVER POPULATION AND RELATED PROBLEMS: A CASE STUDY ON BUDGE BUDGE MUNICIPAL AREA AND SURROUNDINGS

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3940/3947

 Economic factors play a significant role behind migration of people in Budge Budge Municipal area and surroundings. Due to set up of different industrial units, employment opportunities increases and this leads to migration from different districts and other backward places of South Bengal. In accordance with the industrial growth, education opportunities, transport system and other civic amenities such as supply of water, electricity, market, hospital and nursing homes are also developed here. Due to migration, one of the major problems is housing problem which is very prominent during recent days. This present paper deals with the causes behind migration in this study area and the changing scenario after migration of people as well as the effects of this. In this context some humble measures are tried to suggest in order to get rid of the problems arising due to excessive migration of people.

Keywords: migration, over Population, housing problem, industrial growth, measures

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Maninder Kaur & N.R. Sharma

LIFE SATISFACTION OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR MENTAL HEALTH

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3948/3958

 

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Ranita Ghosh

BALANCE BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENT – A CASE STUDY OF IOC AT BUDGE BUDGE

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3959/3966

Oil represents more than just one of the main energy sources used by mankind .On the other hand, despite its potential threats to the environment , the oil industry plays  a positive role in the society as well, creating many jobs and generating a significant volume of tax revenues and royalties to national government. In this paper an attempt has been made to analyse the impact of oil industry on environment with special reference to Budge Budge Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) keeping in mind that unless there is a balance between industry and environment there cannot be any wellbeing of nations.
Keywords: Environmental Pollution, immigration, population change, mitigation measures
 

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P. K. Acharya

INTERVENTIONS AND PROBLEMS OF GIRLS EDUCATION AT ELEMENTARY STAGE OF EDUCATION IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH: A BIRDS EYE VIEW

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3967/3974

 The state of Arunachal Pradesh is a tribal dominated area. Majority of the population of state is Schedule Tribes and there are 26 major tribes along with many sub-tribes living in the state. The state joined very lately in the field of education so it takes a long time to maintain its position in the field of education along with other states and still lagging behind at the national scenario. During the British period, they left the tribal people of Arunachal Pradesh more or less to themselves. The policy of the foreign rulers had nothing to do with the spread of education in this area. Moreover, the historical circumstances and geographical factors had compelled the people to live within the confine of their hill abodes in the state of isolation and negligence. Regarding female education the state is having poor records from the time of educational development in the state. In the state if we look into the previous records of enrolment and literacy percentage which indicates the status of education, generally the male were dominated over the female in the past. But it is also true that male were given the preference to get education by their parents and society which may be the reason of male advantage over female in the field of education. But soon after the implementation of SSA in the state there is a ray of hope that the girls’ education will also get proper attention through various programme and policies which works in favour of girls’ education. State government is providing many facilities for the educational upliftment of girls’ student which is very encouraging. In this paper, the author intents to highlight on the various interventions of the state government for development of girls’ education.

Keywords: Intervention, Cluster Schools, Tribe, Girls.

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Parveen Rani

A VIEW ON TEACHER MANAGEMENT STYLE OF STUDENTS

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3975/3980

 

Mahavir Singh Chhonkar

INNOVATION IN EDUCATION - WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE EDUCATION SYSTEM

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3981/3985

 

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Mahavir Singh Chhonkar

VALUE ORIENTED TEACHER EDUCATION

Aug-Sep,2016, Vol - 3/17, Page - 3986/3990

 

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