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A Comparative Study Of The Attitude Of Pupil-teachers Of Aided And Self- Financing Colleges Of Varanasi District Towards Teaching As Profession Author: Raj Kumar Patel

In the present study, the investigator has tried to study the attitude of the pupil-teachers towards teaching as a profession. The progress and development of any nation in the world mainly depends upon its educational system and the educational system depends upon the teacher’s attitude as when the teachers are the good in teaching then only they can impart their best to the future citizens of the nation i.e. the students.

Keywords: Attitude, Pupil-teacher, Educational System, Future Citizens 

Author: Raj Kumar Patel
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Developing Instructional Multimedia Module Incorporating Gagne’s Nine Events Of Instruction Author: Ms. Rasna Solanki
In recent years, many institutions of school education system in India especially metropolitans are incorporating multimedia technology into the classroom to enhance the teaching and learning process. In this paper, the researcher focus on the process in which an Instructional Multimedia Module (IMM) was created. It is integrated with multimedia elements such as graphics, audio and video to make it more attractive to be used by students in their learning process. This learning module was based on Gagne’s nine events of instruction for the topic ‘Reproduction’ chosen after having Focus Group Discussion with X & XI class students.

Key words:- Multimedia, Instruction, ICT, Module

Author: Ms. Rasna Solanki
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Right To Education : Problems And Prospects Author: Dr. Brajesh Kumar Shukla

This paper deals with Right to Education problems and prospects. Undoubtly Right to Education is a great landmark legislation in the history of education in India. It is matter of pleasure that its role will provide not only for free and compulsory education to every child between the age of 6 and 14 years but also help in raising standard of education.

Key words: Right to Education, Primary Education, Secondry Education, Higher Education, Universaligation of Elementary education(UEE).

Author: Dr. Brajesh Kumar Shukla
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An Exploratory Study On Study Habits Of Class 10th Students Author: Ali Haider, Alka Verma
The aim of the present study was to explore study habits of class 10th students. The sample of the study comprised ninety students (51 girls and 39 boys) of grade 10 in the academic session 2012-13. Patel’s (1976) study habit inventory (SHI) after slight modification was used to gauge students’study habits. The major findings of the study showed that the study habits of the students were inappropriate. Further, no significant difference was found in the study habits between the boys and girls (t = 0.98, df = 88, p < 0.05). This paper has a scope for school personnel, counselors, parents and all stakeholders in the process of education.

Key words:- Study Habit, Study Habit Inventory (SHI)

Author: Ali Haider, Alka Verma
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A Comparative Study Of Academic Attitude Of Students Of Secondary Level Schools In Terms Of Gender And Socio-economic Background Author: Dileep Kumar Maurya

An attempt has been made in this investigation to compare the academic attitude of girls and boys students of secondary levels school in relation to their socio-economic background such as high, medium and low and found there was a favorable feeling in terms of academic attitude among majority of students of secondary level schools. and the statistical result shows that the academic attitude of students is influence by socio-economic background.

Keywords: Academic attitude, Secondary level School, Socio-economic Background.

Author: Dileep Kumar Maurya
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Job Satisfaction Of Teacher Educators Of Private B.ed Colleges Affiliated To, Delhi And M.d. University, Rohtak, Haryana: A Comparative Study Author: Dr. M.A. Khan, Devendar Kumar Verma
Present study is descriptive in nature, investigates the level of ‘job satisfaction’ of Teacher Educators working in Private B.Ed Colleges affiliated to G.G.S.I.P. University, Delhi and M.D. University, Rohtak, Haryana. A sample of eighty teacher educators (forty from each university) was chosen and standardized tool (Teacher Job Satisfaction Questionnaire-TJSQ) was used to collect relevant data. Majority of the teacher educators working in private B.Ed colleges under both the Universities have shown Low Level (68.50%-GGSIP, 62.25%- MD) of job satisfaction or they are less satisfied with their jobs. Whereas, more than thirty percent (31.50%- GGSIP 33.75%-MD) teacher educators have shown high level of job satisfaction, which is less in number as compare tothat of low level. As
per the main objective of the study; the t-value was calculated as 1.97*, which is ‘not significant’ at both the levels of confidence (0.01&0.05 levels).Therefore as per the null hypothesis that; ‘there is no significant difference in level of job satisfaction among the teacher educators of private B.Ed colleges affiliated to G.G.S.I.P university Delhi and M.D university Rohtak was ‘accepted’. It can be concluded that there was a slight difference of two percent in high level and of six percent (not significant) in low level of job satisfaction among teacher educators working in private B.Ed colleges,may be due to some interpersonal reasons. All teacher educators of private B.Ed have shown near about equal type and level of job satisfaction.

Key words:- Job Satisfaction,Teacher Educators of Private B.Ed College, GGSIP & MD University Rohtak.

Author: Dr. M.A. Khan, Devendar Kumar Verma
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High Fidelity E-learning Models Author: Dr. Satish Gill

We define high-fidelity e-learning as “a set of tools and methods that delivers education and training to students anywhere, anytime without sacrificing efficacy”. High-fidelity e- learning preserves educational quality while minimizing or eliminating logistical requirements. High-fidelity e learning begins with the assumption that instructional delivery will be primarily asynchronous, so the content and its presentation must minimize the requirement for a live instructor.

High-fidelity e-learning extends the traditional concepts of e-learning through the use of rich media technologies, immersive simulations, and scenario-based instruction while maintaining its anywhere, anytime foundation. It is based on the presence of a ubiquitous internet connection, representing an always- connected world. It assumes students can and will access material on their terms and that they will acquire and maintain skills while they fulfill their day-to-day responsibilities.

High-fidelity e-learning supports and encourages hands-on learning, allowing students to practice instructional concepts whenever and wherever they choose

Keyword: E-learning, Computer Network, High fidelity, media technologies, educational training, scenario-based instruction, Balancing Control, instructor-led training (ILT), web-based training (WBT), computer- based training (CBT)

Author: Dr. Satish Gill
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Imparting Ict Competency Through Teacher Education Author: Dr. Nimrat Kd Khandpur
There is increasing evidence of the relevance of information and communication technologies (ICT)
in the teaching-learning process. All relevant bodies, including the NCTE and NCERT, have
emphasized the need for developing ICT competency in teachers by not only teaching about ICT
but providing student teachers a chance to actually experience them during pre-service training.
The author undertook a document analysis of B Ed curricula from across the country to assess the
extent to which teacher education institutes cater to the development of ICT competencies in student
teachers, as indicated by their curricula. While all curricula reviewed cater to the development of
basic understanding of concepts and operations involving and the majority cater to the development
of an understanding of the role technology plays in education, only a minority cater to an
understanding of the implications of technology use in education, to development of an ability to
integrate ICT resources in the teaching-learning process while keeping students’ needs and interests
in mind and to assessment of students’ learning using ICT.
Key words:- ICT, Competency, Teacher Education, Curriculum Framework

Author: Dr. Nimrat Kd Khandpur
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Causes & Effects Of Growing Phenomenon Of Private Tutions By School Students Author: Bharti Khatri

Schools are foundations of the Society. Schools play an important role to make the future of nation. From last two decades private tuition is an issue of growing concern and is practiced in both developed and developing countries. Although this practice has certain positive effects but it imposes a considerable financial burden on parents and often gives rise to abuses & misconduct. The present paper focuses on the causes & effects of growing phenomenon of private tuition, such as the extent of this practice, its necessity, attitudes towards it, why students take private tuitions, why teachers provide it, and recommendations to deal with the issue.

Key words: private tuition, sure success, peer –group, competitive environment, self-study.

Author: Bharti Khatri
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Perspective On Social Environment And Globalization: Policy And Practice Author: Bhawana Arora
Education is a deliberate, purposive activity directed at the achievement of a range of end which could potentially include the development of knowledgeable individuals who are able to think rationally, the formation of sustainable community and the realization of economic goals, benefitting both individuals and their communities. The term education has normative implications: it suggests that something worthwhile is being intentionally transmitted and that something valuable is being attempted.
The developments during last 50 years or so in such diverse disciplines as psychology, sociology,economics, politics etc have led to the emergence of new definitions of education. Discoveries in psychology, particularly in perception, learning and socialization processes, have thrown new light on cognitive abilities and psychological processes, occupational choices of people and their predicted career success and failure. Deeper insights into national cultures have led to a belief that the purposes of education are best served if it recognizes and models itself on the particular nation’s culture, idiom and ethos.

Key words:- Social Environment, Globalization, Tertiary education

Author: Bhawana Arora
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Creativity An Asset In Education Author: Nitinkumar Dhadhodara

The purpose of education is not just making a student literate but also to add rationale thinking, knowledge and self sufficiency. Creativity has been identified both as a key factor for adequately addressing the challenges caused by these changes as well as a major driving force towards knowledge creation and social and economic advancement through the development of a knowledge society. Creativity has received a high degree of attention from scholars, professionals and policy makers alike in recent years. Characteristics of creativity are originality, appropriateness, future orientation and Problem-solving ability. Teaching for creativity might best be described as using forms of teaching that are intended to develop students own creative thinking and behavior. However it would be fair to say that teaching for creativity must involve creative teaching. Guilford (1967) and Torrance (1963) observed that creative thinking abilities could be developed through direct instruction. It is important to reduce or eliminate the factors which inhibit the creative activity of teachers and learners and give priority to those that encourage it. Guilford’s (1967) statement that “creativity is the key to education in its fullest sense and to the solution of mankind’s most serious problems “is still relevant today.

Key Words : Creativity, Creative Leap, Teaching for Creativity

Author: Nitinkumar Dhadhodara
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Inclusive Education Author: Ram Bhawan, Alokh Shukla and Neelu Verma

Nin –discrimination is a guarantee of equality .It is not a special service reserved for a select few. Disabled must not be seen as being in a protected class with special prerogatives because that destroys all ideas of equality. They must receive equal protection and treated as others are treated. They are not ignorant unless they are excluded from mainstream education and only provided special education. On the basis of several studies, the centre for students on Inclusive Education (CSIE) States that children should not be devaluated or sent away because of their disabilities or learning difficulties.

The term disability is an ideological term, and there is no commonly accepted way to identify or define disability and to measure it

Inclusive education is multidimensional; it does not merely mean placing a child with disability in a school . It means creating effective classrooms where the educational needs of all children are addressed irrespective of ability or disabilities

Attention to special education teachers alone is only half a strategy. Planning should involve all stakeholders in researching, discussing and examining the entire educational program. Real inclusion involves restructuring of a school’s entire program and requires constant assessment of practices and results .

Keywords:- inclusive Education, Capacity building, learning disabilities, behavioral disorder, multiple handicaps.

Author: Ram Bhawan, Alokh Shukla and Neelu Verma
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Regional Language Influence On English Speaking Ability Of Class Vith Students Of Government Schools Of Delhi Author: Pooja Shukla
The importance of English language has grown so rapidly over the years. However the quality of
English in terms of the four skills has not kept pace with this development. This present study
attempted to study the Regional influence on English speaking ability of class VI students of Delhi
Government Schools. Regional influence on English language is observed on many grounds viz.
Regional variation, pronunciation, accent. Intonation and stress of the words. It was observed that
majority of students do have Regional influence on their spoken English. It is imperative at the
primary stage itself that maximum efforts should be put by the child and the teacher to pronounce
the words accurately. The sounds of the letters of the words should be clearly understood and
learnt. There are various socio-cultural consideration, lack of awareness of correct pronunciation
style, lack of practice and many more which become the cause of Regional language influence on
spoken English.
Key words:- Regional language, Spoken English, Government School, Sociocultural influence

Author: Pooja Shukla
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The Educational Expansion In Teacher Education Continuum Author: Pooja Shukla
Besides examining the key question on how to prepare a reflective teacher, this contribution makes a critical analysis of the challenges that confront teacher education today and suggests, among other things, the need for setting up of professional development centres in each district to conduct continuing in-service programmes for teachers round the year through face-to-face as well as distance modes.

Keywords: - continuing education, professional development, Inservice training programme, quality teacher education

Author: Pooja Shukla
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Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan In Jammu District: A Critical Analysis Author: Dr. Kavita Suri
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is a centrally sponsored integrated flagship scheme launched by the Central
government for the universalization of elementary education with a specific time frame. The main
thrust of SSA is on community participation, decentralized planning and better quality of education.
It covers the entire country in a mission mode and was launched in India in the year 2001-2002 in
collaboration with the state governments and local self governments. The programme aims to
provide useful and relevant, elementary education to all children in the 6 to 14 age group. The
scheme is also being implemented in Jammu and Kashmir, the border state of India which consists
of three regions-Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. SSA was launched in J&K in the year 2005.
The present study focuses on the impact of SSA in Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir state.
Jammu, one of the 22 districts of J&K, has been the winter capital of the state of Jammu and
Kashmir for six months. It has four tehsils - Jammu, RS Pura, Akhnoor and Bishnah, 08 towns
including one Municipal Corporation Jammu, 889 villages and 297 Panchyats, 08 CD Blocks and
14 educational zones. Most of Jammu district is spread over plains and some parts of it is hilly
also. It is climatically very hot in summers and quite cold in winters. The entire area has a significant
population. Besides, by virtue of being the seat of power for the government for six months, the
district is in focus most of the times.
The present research paper aims at understanding the role played by SSA and other initiatives in
improvement of quality education in Jammu district besides identifying the issues, problems and
challenges to SSA in the district. The research paper also suggests some strategies for improving
education in Jammu which could help in improvement in the quality of education at elementary
Key words:- Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Elementary Education, Quality Education, Jammu

Author: Dr. Kavita Suri
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Cbse Board Ke Chatra Avam Chatraya Ke Mulya Avam Vayasahik Abhivritti Ka Tulnatmak Addhayan Author: Shubhra Ojha
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Author: Shubhra Ojha
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Total Quality Management In Teacher Education: A Search For Excellence Author: Dr. Brajesh Kumar Shukla
Enlightened and empowered teachers lead Indian societies and nations in their march towards
better and higher quality of life. Therefore preparation of competent and dedicated teachers on
whom the entire edifice of education is constructed, is an extremely important task for nation
building. Teacher education occupies a central position in the whole educational system. In recent
year with the rapid expansion of teacher education institutions the quality of teacher education has
been challenged. For the solution of this challenge total quality management has been needed. The
motif force underlying the philosophy of total quality management is to lay stress in twin principles
‘continuous improvement’ and ‘involvement’ of all member in the management of an institution. It
implies a marked shift in emphasis in quality management from ‘product’ to ‘people’ and from
‘quantitative’ to ‘qualitative’ terms of reference.
Key words:- Quality, Management, Gurukul, Maktab, Teacher education.

Author: Dr. Brajesh Kumar Shukla
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Niji Avam Anudanit Saishinak Sansthano Me Milne Vali Subhidhanyo Ka Tulnatmak Adhayan Author: Tulika
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Author: Tulika
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Allahabad Zile Ke Kaudihar-2 Aur Meza Block Me Uchattar Madhyamik Vidhyalyon Me Adhyanrat Chhatraon Ke Namankan Ke Uprant Class Me Apekshit Stur Ki Upestithi Ne Hone Ke Karno Ka Adhayan Author: Abha Upadhyay
Allahabad zile ke Kaudihar-2 aur Meza block me uchattar madhyamik vidhyalyon me adhyanrat chhatraon ke namankan ke uprant class me apekshit stur ki upestithi ne hone ke karno ka adhayan 

Author: Abha Upadhyay
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Sultanpur Jile Ke Lambhua Blok Me Madhyamik Siksha Ke Prati Adhyanrat Valakanyo Ki Manovritti Ka Adhyan Author: Kamlapati Tiwari
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Author: Kamlapati Tiwari
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Nihsulk Aur Anivarya Siksha Adhiniyam Ka Samikshatmak Addhayan Author: Dr.Jai Singh,Rajiv Kumar Saini
Abstract:Nihsulk Aur Anivarya Siksha Adhiniyam Ka Samikshatmak Addhayan

Author: Dr.Jai Singh,Rajiv Kumar Saini
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Nari Sasaktikaran - Ek Punoravlokan Author: Dr. Jay Prakash Srivastava
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Author: Dr. Jay Prakash Srivastava
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Research Abstract: Reslevel Of Awareness Of Human Rights Amongst The Students Of Higher Education Author: Dr. Yogita Goel
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Author: Dr. Yogita Goel
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