ISSN-2231 0495

Volume 2 || Issue 2- March 2012

A study of Mathematical Aptitude in relation with Intelligence and SES of Class VI Student

A study of Mathematical Aptitude in relation with Intelligence and SES of Class VI Student

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

 

Introduction

Mathematics is intimately involved in every moment of one s life Right from the human existence on the earth, it has been a faithful companion When man first wanted to answer the question: How many "How much? How big? How long? Etc he invented arithmetic computations For measurement and form geometry was invented To find the position of high mountains and tars trigonometry was invented and developed In this manner numerous other branches of mathematics came into existence The knowledge of this subject was born out of the felt needs of man . Such a wide utility of the subject m our life automatically required that it should be taught to the children from the very beginning Thus, the subject occupies an indispensable position in the school curriculum.

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Career Maturity of Secondary School Students In Relation To Academic Achievement And Socio-Economic Status

Career Maturity of Secondary School Students In Relation To Academic Achievement And

Socio-Economic Status

Sapanpreet Sandhu 

 Research Scholar ,Department of Education and Community Services

Punjabi University, Patiala (Pb.) 

Abstract

Present study was conducted on a sample of 573 XI class students studying in Government Sr. Sec. Schools of Chandigarh with the objectives to find relationship with career maturity, academic achievement and SES of male and female students studying in academic and vocational stream. Findings revealed significant positive correlation among career maturity, academic achievement and SES. There were significant differences in the career maturity of students of science, commerce, arts and vocational streams. Gender was not affecting career maturity.

Key Words:Career Maturity , Academic Achievement And  Socio-Economic Status

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Mental Health of Institutionalized Physically Disabled Students

Mental Health of Institutionalized Physically Disabled Students

Abha Singh
Assistant Prof.  & Head,
Dept. of Psychology; P.P.N. College, Kanpur-208001, U.P., India,
Ritu Modi
Assistant Prof.,
Dept. of Psychology; P.P.N. College, Kanpur-208001, U.P., India

Abstract

The purpose of present study to examine a comparative analysis of mental health of institutionalized physically disabled and not physically disabled students. Total sample consisted of 100 students with the age range 16 to 22 (50 Institutionalized physically disabled and 50 not physically disabled students). For collecting the data purposive sampling has been applied. Students were administered on Mental Health Inventory developed by Jagdish and A.K. Srivastava. t-test has been used for the analysis of the results.

The main findings were, physically disabled students have poor mental health in comparison to not physically disabled students. The result also indicated that females have better Perception of reality (POR) and Group oriented attitude (GOA) in comparison to males.

Key Words: Mental Health, Institutionalized Physically Disabled

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