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A Critical Study Of Teaching-Learning Mathematics Problem In Schools

A Critical Study Of Teaching-Learning Mathematics Problem In Schools

Dr. Rajnish Pandey
Associate Professor, I/CHOD
Department of Education
Modern Institute of Education
Dhalwala, Rishikesh
Uttarakhand

Abstract

The present study is based on the themes of studying the problems of teaching, learning and uses of innovative practices for solving them. For the study three groups were chosen as sample. Those were teachers, students and parents and the teachers and students. The study was conducted under the title ‘A Critical Study of Teaching-Learning Mathematics Problem in Schools ’.

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A Study Of The Attitude Of Teachers Towards Providing Adolescence Education In Secondary School Curriculum Of Manipur

A Study Of The Attitude Of Teachers Towards Providing Adolescence Education In Secondary School Curriculum Of Manipur

 

A.Dhaneshwari Devi,
Geetika Bagchi,
Department of Educational Sciences, Assam university, Silchar

 

Abstract

Adolescence is the most important stage characterized by physical and psychological changes. They are unable to control their desires for new experiences. Due to lack of proper information from parents and teachers, adolescents generally fall into unwanted sexual activities and enjoyment with drugs, which lead them to be infected with HIV/AIDS. Since AIDS has become a national manace, and especially, Manipur becomes one of the HIV /AIDS prevalent areas, it becomes necessary to take up special measures to equip adolescents, so that they can protect themselves from being victim of such dreadful disease. Through Adolescence education, adolescents can be given information related with adolescence reproductive health. There are various views regarding the introduction of Adolescence Education. This paper is an attempt to find out the attitude of teachers towards providing Adolescence Education as a part of school curriculum. A questionnaire was administered on 250 teachers and the results were analyzed. It was observed that majority of the teachers were in favour of Adolescence education and were willing to include it in school curriculum, not as a compulsory subject but integrated with different disciplines.     

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Contribution of Youth In Development Through Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) In India

Contribution of Youth In Development Through Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) In India

Gurupada Saren,
Assistant Professor in Rural Development
IGNOU, New Delhi

Abstract

Youth is considered as one of the important human resources which can be mold towards the nation building especially in developing country like India. The involvement of youth can help to build up the Nations towards betterment and prepare the youth for their growth and development in the field of professionals who can contribute for the betterment of the society. There is a need to develop themselves along with their own community towards sustainability; it would have much more impact in Indian society which can prosper the development process. However, it is worth to mention that youth can help in better ways to address the problem in India. The paper scans the how youth has been prepared to utilize their strength for the development of India. What is the role of youth in nation building and how policy measures taken to give the stake to them in India? What is the degree of participation to promote the development processes and how they have been participated through NGOs to strengthen the issues pertaining youth problems.

Key Words:  Youth, Nation Building, Development, NGOs, Participation

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A Study on Iron Status of Adolescent Girls

A Study on Iron Status of Adolescent Girls

Ms. Pramila Ramani
Assistant Professor, School of Science and Education
Navrachana University,Vasna Road, Vadodara- 391410
 

Abstract

The present paper explains the prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia among adolescence girls. Adolescent is a crucial period in one’s life and what are the consequences of iron deficiencies in present and future life. A small-scale research is conducted in this line throws light on need for large-scale research in this field. Hundred and eleven adolescent girls were surveyed in the present study. Out of hundred and eleven, 60.36% of students had normal haemoglobin level. 37.84% of students had mild anaemia. 1.80% of students had moderate anaemia.

Keywords: Anaemia, Adolescent Girls, Haemoglobin level, Mild anaemia, Moderate anaemia, severe anaemia

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Improving Accessibility and Use of Academic Library Resources: Perception and Expectations of Final Year (Level 400) Library and Information Students at the University Of Ghana

Improving Accessibility and Use of Academic Library Resources: Perception and Expectations of Final Year (Level 400) Library and Information Students at the University Of Ghana

Daniel Opoku
Senior Librarian at the University of Ghana

Abstract

Providing access to information has become the principal goal of academic libraries.  Users enjoy using resources that are accessible and this is made possible by providing an enabling environment.  The study attempted to evaluate accessibility and use of library resources in the central library (Balme Library) of the University of Ghana, and to provide some suggestions to improve accessibility and use.  Using the survey method, questionnaires were administered to Level 400 (final year) students of the Department of Information Studies.  The study showed that the information literacy skills provided in the Balme Library was not adequate enough to enable users make effective use of the resources.  Accessibility was hindered by invisible call numbers; low bandwidth; inadequate information literacy skills; and inadequate workstations/computers.

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