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|1||A Comparative Study of Values and Attitudes of School and College Teachers towards teaching ProfessionAbstract – Teacher performs his/her duty as a teacher is reliant, to a huge extent, on his/her attitudes and values. A positive favourable attitude makes the work not only easier but also more agreeable and competently rewarding. Unenthusiastic and unfavourable attitude makes the teaching job harder, monotonous and distasteful. Additionally, teacher’s attitude influences the behaviour of her/his students. Thus effective and productive learning on the part of students can be achieved only by teachers with desirable attitudes. Therefore, Values and Attitudes of School and College Teachers towards Teaching Profession form the major variable for the present study on School and College teachers.||Dr. Dinubhai M. Chaudhari|
|2||Need of Environmental Conservation for Sustainable DevelopmentAbstract – The environment of our planet is degrading at an alarming rate because of non-sustainable urbanization, industrialization and agriculture. Unsustainable trends in relation to climate change and energy use, threats to public health, poverty and social exclusion, demographic pressure and ageing, management of natural resources, biodiversity loss, land use and transport still persist and new challenges are arising. Since these negative trends bring about a sense of urgency, short term action is required, whilst maintaining a longer term perspective. The main challenge is to gradually change our current unsustainable consumption and production patterns and the non-integrated approach to policy-making. It offers a unique treatment of the subject, linking various protection strategies for sustainable development, describing the interrelationships between the laboratory and field eco-toxicologist, the biotechnology consultant, environmental engineers and different international environmental regulatory and protection agencies.||Dr. Jayantibhai I. Patel|
|3||Manner towards Commerce Education of the Students of Education CollegeAbstract – In India, commerce as an educational stream is first opted at intermediate level i.e. at 10+2 level or after Class 10th. B.Com is awarded to students if he/she pursues commerce at the undergraduate level. For example, if a candidate chooses to study Accountancy as major at Bachelors level then B.Com. (Hons.) in Accountancy is awarded. The student who makes outstanding performance in the final examination is awarded with distinction. As part of post graduate studies, a candidate chooses to do specialization from the subjects that he / she has studied as part of Under Graduate studies; Commerce / Accountancy / Business / Finance etc . Master of Commerce (M.Com) is awarded in the relevant subject. Thereafter one can go for research studies viz. M.Phil. and Ph.D. The Indian Universities / Institutions and Colleges offers admission into different B.Com and M.Com degree programs, or research programs etc according to guidelines laid by the University Grants Commission (UGC), Ministry of Commerce and Industry and Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) of Government of India. Now days in Gujarat State there are no any recruitment in Commerce field on a post of teacher since 1992. So the flow of commerce students is going to be down since last ten years in schools and colleges of commerce field. Therefore the researcher decided to study to know the attitude towards commerce education of the students of first year commerce.||Parimal P. Gohil|
|4||Personality of High School Students of Mehsana DistrictAbstract – Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individual. Different personality theorists present their own definitions of the word based on their theoretical positions. Psychologists such as Freud and Erickson have attempted to come up with personality theories. Personality type refers to the psychological classification of different types of individuals. Personality types are sometimes distinguished from personality traits, with the latter embodying a smaller grouping of behavioral tendencies. Types are sometimes said to involve qualitative differences between people, whereas traits might be construed as quantitative differences. According to type theories, for example, introverts and extraverts are two fundamentally different categories of people. According to trait theories, introversion and extraversion are part of a continuous dimension, with many people in the middle. The researchers want to know about the personality of the high school students of Mehsana District via this study.||Nilesh B.Gajjar, Dr. Suresh R. Parmar|
|5||Approach about Grading System in EducationAbstract – This study attempts to do exactly that. At the outset itself, it needs to be understood that the Recommendations of the Higher Education Council are of an advisory nature only. This reform will have to be implemented by the Universities only through the usual process of academic debate in its academic bodies, the board of studies, faculties and the academic councils. These bodies may make amendments in the recommendations as they deem fit. The researcher wants to compare the attitudes towards grading.||Dr. Ranjan G. Patel|
|6||Choice Based Credit System and Semesterisation for Undergraduate ProgrammesAbstract – In Higher Education the option must be introduced for the students in undergraduate and post graduate courses to choose additional subjects not related to their core courses. “For instance, a student in Arts stream can choose some Science subjects Today education must follow the all knowledge access system so that the student can learn and progress the way he/she likes. CBCS has the ability to accommodate diverse choices that students may like to have. It is also recommended to establish centers of excellence in all universities and provisions for core-credits and elective or optional credits for different levels of academic programmes.||Trupti J. Vyas|
|7||Teacher’s Interest in TechnologyAbstract – The Technological advancement has helped to introduce many positive changes in the educational sector. New methods of learning and teaching have made the process simple and more interesting. Computer technology in schools and colleges has helped explain subjects properly and in detail and this has reflected in the overall performance of the students. The Internet technology has been a revolution for the educational sector as it is an ocean of information. Students can search for the concepts which they learn in the books on the Internet and find out more information on the same. Therefore teacher must create interest in modern Technology. This will increase the depth of their knowledge. Distance learning programs have become possible only because of the Internet. Students who cannot attend colleges due to financial reasons or sue to traveling problems can sit at home and study using the online learning methods. Many examinations these days are conducted online which have helped bring in more transparency in the scoring system and complete the tests quickly. The slide shows meant especially for students, are a great way of learning things. Use of technology in physical education cannot be sidelined. This research focus on the teacher’s interest in technology. The researcher prepared the five point interest scale to know the level of interest of the teacher in Technology.||Paragi R. Shah|
|8||The Effect of Creativity Enhancing test on the Teachers Attitudes towards Creative Teaching and LearningAbstract – The school curriculum is changing! Learning, Personal and Thinking Skills are a key part of the secondary curriculum, and cross-curriculum project based work is now central to teaching in schools. The government wants the endowment of creativity and critical skills in pupils to be a core mission of schools. Some significant strategies used by teachers, the creative learning experienced and the meaning that the experiences had for the students involved. We conclude that this research has laid the basis for a common discourse for further research in a comparative approach that will investigate commonalities to build an understanding of international creative pedagogy and investigate differences to enhance the conceptualisation of it. This research paper has been found out the effectiveness of Creativity Enhancing Test of Higher Secondary School Teachers towards creative teaching and learning.||Dr. Chandrakant J. Konkani|
|9||A Comparative Study of Physical Fitness of Trained and Untrained StudentsAbstract – There are 1,440 minutes in every day. Schedule 30 of them for physical activity! Regular exercise is a critical part of staying healthy. People who are active live longer and feel better. Exercise can help you maintain a healthy weight. It can delay or prevent diabetes, some cancers and heart problems. Most adults need at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity at least five days per week. Examples include walking briskly, mowing the lawn, dancing, swimming for recreation or bicycling. Stretching and weight training can also strengthen your body and improve your fitness level. The key is to find the right exercise for you. If it is fun, you are more likely to stay motivated. You may want to walk with a friend, join a class or plan a group bike ride. If you’ve been inactive for awhile, use a sensible approach and start out slowly.||Dr. Ganesh U. Rajput|
|10||Comparative Study of Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) and Lecture Method in Teaching Research at B.Ed LevelAbstract – Technology has brought about major changes in the field of teaching and learning. The use of information and communication technology has acquired importance in the classroom at the present and so computer, internet, web-based study, mobile device and other audio-visual aids become necessary in the learning process. But in our country there is a lack of facilities. In this situation some other methods can also be used for better teaching and learning and so CAL is one of the most current trends which has opened new possibilities and the researcher has tried to explore those possibilities. The present study was experimental type, in which the students of B.Ed were divided into two groups and sample was chosen randomly. Methodology of the study was experimental method, Pre-Test and Post-Test equivalent group design and purposive sampling method was used for the study. One group was taught with CAL and another group was taught with Traditional method. T-value was found to compare the effectiveness of CAL and Lecture Method. It was found that the CAL programme was found significantly effective than Lecture Method of Teaching Educational Research.||Gami Maheshbhai S, Soni Ashvinkumar|
|11||Effect of Meditation on the Achievement of the Students of Standard NineAbstract – Meditation is universal. It transcends all divides like religion, country and culture. It is a gift given to mankind to access the infinite sprit not limited by any identity. It is the only tool that can aid a person to return to innocence. Modern life style has high exposure to anger, hate, fear and other negative emotions. These human emotions have a high tendency to duplicate and spread. For example, when a person gets cheated, he starts to suspect everything around him. This also has an impact on people around him. These emotions form strong impressions and opinions on an individual and social level. The result of which is an insecure individual and an unstable society. Meditation helps an individual overcome these emotions to facilitate a calm peaceful mind and a healthy and stress free body. Upon daily practice an individual will blossom into an unshakable personality. With increase in the number of people who are calm, peaceful and healthy will facilitate a social transformation, enabling a society that is trusting, happy and content.
According to the Hindu Yoga Sutra, written by Patanjali, Meditation is one of the eight limbs of Yoga, (the other seven being Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, and Samadhi). According to Patanjali, the founder of yoga philosophy, the final stage of meditation in Dhyana is considered to be jhana. At this stage of meditation, one does not see it as a meditational practice, but instead merges with the idea and thought. In this study the researcher wants to know the effect of meditation on the Academic Achievement of the Students of standard 9th. In this study the researcher have build null Hypotheses according to the objectives and calculated t-value of the final score.
|Jagruti R. Patel|
|12||Study of Responsiveness about Democracy in relation to Certain VariablesAbstract – Indian is the largest democracy in the world. The Constitution of Indian was enforced on 26 January, 1950. It ushered in the age of democracy. India became a democratic republic infused with the spirit of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity. The Preamble, the Directive Principles of State Policy and the Fundamental Rights reflect the Indian ideology as well as the caste, creed, religion, property, or sex has the right to cast their vote. After an election, the majority party or coalition forms the government and its leader becomes the Prime Minister.
Political parties are the vehicles of ideas. Parties act as the bridge between social thought and political decision in democracy. The Indian politics system is a multiparty system. However, gradually politics has become a game of opportunism and corruption. Most political parties are only interested in coming to power. Every party adopts different caste politics. Some try to influence the people thought caste politics. Some try to raise the religious sentiments of the people. The Indian ideology today is replaced by caste and religion.
India is a constitutional republic governed under the world’s longest written constitution, federally consisting of 28 states and seven centrally administered union territories, with New Delhi as the nation’s capital. The country has three main national parties: the Congress, Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), and the Communist Party. India is the seventh largest (by area) and the second most populous country in the world, with roughly one-sixth of its population, of about a billion and a quarter. It is the world’s largest democracy. It is one of the world’s oldest civilizations yet, a very young nation. Elections to its Parliament are held once every 5 years. Currently, Prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh is the head of the government, enjoying a majority in the Parliament, while President Pranab Mukherjee, is the head of state. In this study the researcher wants to know the responsiveness of democracy from the students of Arts College. Therefore, the researcher prepared a Questionnaire to collect the data. The sample was selected randomly for data assortment. T-test were applied In favor of analyzed the data. Null Hypothesis created to find out the significant different at 0.01 and 0.05 level of significant.
|Mohammadizaz G. Shaikh|
|13||Effect of Group Discussion Method on AchievementAbstract – The researcher decided to study the effect of Group Discussion Method on the students of standard 9 of Godhra district. Therefore, the researcher constructed the tool of spellings exercises regarding the Sanskrit subject of standard -9. The sample was selected randomly for data assortment. T-test were applied In favor of analyzed the data. Null Hypothesis created to find out the significant different at 0.01 and 0.05 level of significant.||Bhavin H. Patel|
|14||E-Environment and new Challenges for Academic Libraries & LibrariansAbstract – This paper tangibly reflects paradigm shift emerging from technological developments required for effective and efficient services by the academic libraries of 21st Century. The open information culture has shifted focus from subject experts and limited modes to common man’s participative domain where inputs can be simultaneously added and accessed and new modes of wikis, blogs, Web 2.0, information commons, instant messaging are in vogue, where academic libraries has great onus of quenching the quests of information seekers by incorporating the revolutionary technological changes to provide state of the art services. The challenges associated with acquiring, organizing, making available, and preserving the information. The remarkable growth of Internet has made significant revolution in all the areas of science and technology. Libraries and librarians have to be change otherwise it is difficult to provide good service to students and researcher.||Dr. Ajaykumar M. Raval|
|15||A Study of Scientific Attitudes of Students of Secondary Level in Context of Certain VariablesAbstract – The attitudes are changed in various situations. The person having scientific attitude feels easy to adjust in scattered society in comparison to other people. He can become helpful to maintain peace to other people, so he as well as the nation can progress smoothly. We face many problems like pollution, population explosion, lack of energy, unemployment; poverty etc. Education is the weapon which can never fail in solving such problems. Scientific attitude can be cultivated by science education. Scientific attitude is necessary for progress of the nation.
Scientific attitude helps an individual to develop vision for better life, to make life meaningful and teaches him to do all work systematically. Scientific attitude is like a foundation for all the fields of life so this must be attended. Evaluation is a process which can change the teaching techniques. Evaluation presents the true position of students and also propriety of teaching process. If we want to think for developing scientific attitudes in students, we also should know the level of scientific attitudes in them. So the researcher had selected this subject for research.
|Dr. Yogeshchandra K. Barot|
|16||A Study of Self-Performance Management (SPM) of Teacher Trainees of B. Ed. CollegesAbstract – The objectives of the present research study were: (i)To study the level of effectiveness of ‘SelfPerformance Management(SPM)’ of teacher trainees; (ii)To study the Self-Performance Management(SPM) of teacher trainees in relation to following background variables: (a) Gender; (b) Academic Qualifications and (iii) Geographical Locations. Research Area: The present research study was conducted taking sample from Grant-in-aid college of Mehsana City of North Gujarat. Research Design: The present research was Descriptive Survey by its nature. Population and Sample of the Study: The population of the study was the Teacher Trainees of college of Mehsana City. The sample for the study was selected by using purposive random sampling method from Swami Vivekananda Sarvodaya Education College of Mehsana City. To collect the data for the present investigation the investigator had constructed the SelfPerformance Management (SPM) Scale using seven scale measurements and data were collected by the investigator. Findings: (i) The Self-Performance Management(SPM) of Teacher Trainees was found to be higher than the average scores on Self-Performance Management(SPM) Scale; (ii) No significant difference was found between the mean scores of Male Teacher Trainees and Female Teacher Trainees on Total Scores of the Self-Performance Management(SPM) Scale; (iii) The mean scores of Post Graduate Teacher Trainees were found to be significantly higher than the Graduate Teacher Trainees on Self-Performance Management(SPM) Scale. (iv) No significant difference was found between the mean scores of Rural Teacher Trainees and Urban Teacher Trainees on Total Scores of the Self-Performance Management (SPM) Scale.||Dr. Pravina K. Patel|
|17||Effectiveness of Microteaching of B.Ed. Trainee Self-Evaluation MethodAbstract – Investment in teacher education can yield very rich dividends, because the financial resource required a small when measured against the resulting improvements, in the education of millions. First rate teacher training institutions thus play a crucial role in the development of education. After completing teaching-learning process, to measure the achievement of the objectives teacher uses various kind different kind of evaluation system. Microteaching is the platform of teacher-students for the all kind of practice teaching. During this situation supervisor and teacher-students interact. In this present study total 87 teacher-students were selected randomly during the year of 2012-2013 from the Education College from Daramali. Students were informed about self evaluation method. Teach and re-teach system organizes and self-evaluation method employed for the present study. The former needs of Microteaching to communicate his/her feelings, impression and various views of matter. From the research it has been found that introduction, explanation and using black board work skill found significant in the re-teach.||Dr. K. S. Dedun|
|18||Ideal and Real Leadership Behavior of College PrincipalAbstract – Behaviors of leaders’ far-reaching effects on the persons working in their organization. Question is not that of the status of a leader, but is that of the manifest action of ideal and real leadership behavior towards effective achievement of the set goals this would involve questions such as how a college principals should behave to improve the standard of quality in his college through the improvement of organizational climate and development of the lecturer.||Dr. Hetal T. Patel|
|19||A Study of the Self-Concept of College PrincipalAbstract – Self-concept (also called self-construction, self-identity or self-perspective) is a multidimensional construct that refers to an individual’s perception of “self” in relation to any number of characteristics, such as academics (and non academics), gender roles and sexuality, racial identity, and many others. Each of these characteristics is a research domain (i.e. Academic SelfConcept) within the larger spectrum of self-concept although no characteristics exist in isolation as one’s self-concept is a collection of beliefs about oneself. While closely related with selfconcept clarity (which “refers to the extent to which self-knowledge is clearly and confidently defined, internally consistent, and temporally stable”), it presupposes but is distinguishable from self-awareness, which is simply an individual’s awareness of their self. It is also more general than self-esteem, which is a function of the purely evaluative element of the self-concept. The self-concept is an internal model which comprises self-assessments. Features assessed include but are not limited to: personality, skills and abilities, occupation(s) and hobbies, physical characteristics, etc. For example, the statement “I am lazy” is a self-assessment that contributes to the self-concept. However, the statement “I am tired” would not be part of someone’s selfconcept, since being tired is a temporary state and a more objective judgment. A person’s selfconcept may change with time as reassessment occurs, which in extreme cases can lead to identity crises.
Another model of self-concept contains three parts: self-esteem, stability, and self-efficacy. Selfesteem is the “evaluative” component it is where one makes judgments about his or her selfworth. Stability refers to the organization and continuity of one’s self-concept. Is it constantly in flux? Can singular, relatively trivial events drastically affect your self-esteem? The third element, self-efficacy, is best explained as self-confidence. It is specifically connected with one’s abilities, unlike self-esteem. In this study the researcher stydied about the interrelationship of self- concept of College Principals through certain variables.
|Dr. Asha Chaudhary|
|20||Relevance of Linear Programme in Higher Education in Ahmedabad CityAbstract – In the fast developing country like ours there is the significant decrease in government funding available in the äreä of post-secondary and higher education day by day. At the same time, educational research has expanded our understanding of how individuals learn, information technology has become a tool’ for learning, hence our roles as learners become as essentia! as any other aspect of our lives. Here, in this small piece research work the investigators want to know the effects of learning through Linear Programmed in higher education in Ahmedabad city in relation to achievement, area and sex.||Gunjan Shah|
|21||Development and Big Five Dimensions of PersonalityAbstract – An individual’s personality is an aggregate conglomeration of the decisions they have made throughout their life and the memory of the experiences to which these decisions led. There are inherent natural, genetic, and environmental factors that contribute to the development of our personality. According to process of socialization, “personality also colors our values, beliefs, and expectations … Hereditary factors that contribute to personality development do so as a result of interactions with the particular social environment in which people live.” There are several personality types as Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers illustrated in several personalities typology tests, which are based on Carl Jung’s school of Analytical psychology. However, these tests only provide enlightenment based on the preliminary insight scored according to the answers judged by the parameters of the test.
Other theories on personality development include Jean Piaget’s stages of development, Erik Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development, and personality development in Sigmund Freud’s theory being formed through the interaction of id, ego, and super-ego. This research article focuses on how to develop your personality and its development.
|Devyani K. Raval|
|22||Experiences of Hispanic Population in the United StatesAbstract – Immigrants come from around the world to the United States. Some come legally, some come in other ways. Legal immigrants are those who are able to come through legal channels such as marriage to a citizen or permanent resident, through an employer, or as a refugee. Others come on temporary visas such as student or tourist visas. Discrimination is something that has been very common among human race. This can be experienced both consciously and unconsciously. Discrimination among ethnic minorities has to do with how people perceive foreigners or immigrants. This is an exploratory research based on existing literature that critically analyzes the experiences of Hispanic population in America. This study concludes that human services profession can be most effective responding nationally with collective efforts across the country based on these experiences. Additionally, the information gathered can help them better navigate the human service agency system as they try to find assistance for their immigrant clients.||Dr. Michael O. Akintayo|
|23||Effect of Examination Anxiety on the Educational Achievement of the Students of Standard 12 of Gujarat StateAbstract – Formal and informal assessments of learning and tests of your ability to perform specific tasks are part of the experience being a university student and may have been a constant feature of your education. Exams and other types of formal assessment are designed to test your performance, giving an indication of your ability to cope under pressure in a fixed time period. You have done very well to get this far, though this does not mean that you have found it easy.
Anxiety is our natural response to threat or sense of an emergency. When we feel under threat, our bodies go into a ‘fight or flight’ response. We become prepared to fight or to run away. The main bodily change is the release of adrenaline and cortisol which gives us the surge of energy to act. The hormone cortisol helps to slow down other processes in the body not involved in dealing with the perceived threat. It is understood that stores of adrenaline and cortisol not used up by action or fighting off the threat can have a damaging effect on our auto-immune system, affecting sleep, short and long-term memory, the capacity to learn, concentrate and focus, and even speed up the signs of aging! The research paper focus on examination Anxiety and it measure the level of examination Anxiety of the students of Standard 12.
|Pareshkumar M. Vankar|
|24||Construction and Effectiveness of Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) Programme for the Units of Science and Technology of Standard VIIIAbstract – Use of computer in education is referred by many names such as:
• Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)
• Computer Aided Instruction (CAI)
• Computer Assisted Learning (CAL)
• Computer Based Education (CBE)
• Computer Based Instruction (CBI)
• Computer Enriched Instruction (CEI)
• Computer Managed Instruction (CMI)
CAI refers to the use of the computer as a tool to facilitate and improve instruction. CAI programs use tutorials, drill and practice, simulation, and problem solving approaches to present topics, and they test the student’s understanding. Via this study the researcher found out that CAI and the use of technology and e-learning in education is an excellent way of teaching.
|Dr. Dhaval B. Patel|
|25||Research Method of Qualitative Research: ‘Case Study’Abstract – A case study is an intensive analysis of an individual unit (e.g., a person, group, or event) stressing developmental factors in relation to context. The case study is common in social sciences and life sciences. Case studies may be descriptive or explanatory. The latter type is used to explore causation in order to find underlying principles. They may be prospective (in which criteria are established and cases fitting the criteria are included as they become available) or retrospective (in which criteria are established for selecting cases from historical records for inclusion in the study). Here the investigator defines via this article that how qualitative research practiced through case study method.||Mr. Yogeshkumar P. Pateliya|
|26||Socialization Processes and Children Development in the FamilyAbstract – Process by which individuals acquire the knowledge, language, social skills, and value to conform to the norms and roles required for integration into a group or community. It is a combination of both self-imposed (because the individual wants to conform) and externallyimposed rules, and the expectations of the others. In an organizational setting, socialization refers to the process through which a new employee ‘learns the ropes,’ by becoming sensitive to the formal and informal power structure and the explicit and implicit rules of behavior. See also organizational culture and orientation. In this article the author wants to convey via this study that how the children socialized and its various developments in his/her family.||Chandrakant K. Patel|
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