A Study on Attitude of Secondary School Teachers Towards Continuous And Comprehensive Evaluation

Pradhan, Jyoti Sankar; Singh, Gopal
November 2015
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies;Nov/Dec2015, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p188
Academic Journal
This study was conducted on 80 secondary school teachers to know the attitude of secondary school teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation in Aligarh District. The Objectives of the study are to study the attitude of male and female secondary school teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation, to study the attitude of urban and rural Secondary school teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation. Researcher has employed survey method and used attitude scale developed by Dr. Vishal Sood and Dr.(Mrs.) Arti Anand to collect data. The main finding of the study reveals that, there is no significant difference between the attitude of male and female secondary school teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation, there is no significant difference between the attitude of rural and urban secondary school teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation.


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