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|1||Impact of Gender, Ethnicity and Place of Residence on Emotional Intelligence among College StudentsAbstract – This present study was conducted to study the impact of gender, ethnicity and place of residence on emotional intelligence among college students. A total number of 160 B.A Part I Students studying in different colleges of Jamshedpur were included in this study. The sample was based on two genders (male and female), two ethnicity (tribal and non-tribal) and two place of residence (urban and rural). Stratified random sampling was used for sample selection. Emotional intelligence inventory by Mangal (2009) was used to access the level of emotional intelligence. 2x2x2 way ANOVA was used for the computation of the data. The result revealed that both gender not differ significantly on their level of emotional intelligence. Tribal and non-tribal students also not differ significantly on their level of emotional intelligence. Further the result revealed that rural and urban students differ significantly on their level of emotional intelligence. Further, interaction effects are also discussed.||Dr. Udham Singh et al.|
|2||Understanding Society’s Influence on EducationAbstract – Education has a great social importance specially in the modern, complex industrialised societies. Philosophers of all periods, beginning with ancient stages, devoted to it a great deal of attention. Accordingly, various theories regarding its nature and objective have come into being. Let us now examine some of the significant functions of education.
Society and education are two inseparable elements in our world. It has always been in talks how education influences the society. The things we are taught and what we learn through our schooling affects the kind of person we are and consequently influences the society as a whole. But seldom do we tackle on society’s influence on education. In definition, society is an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization. The building blocks of society are we human beings. How people interact creates the pattern of relationships between individuals and thus characterizes the society according to the systems of customs, values, and laws.
Passing through this article the author indicates that which key factor of the Society creates significantly impact on the process of Education or on the Education. Here, the sentence that ‘Society play a significant role in education’ is well suit because of this article realise that the interaction process between Society and Education.
|Dr. Kamendu S. Thakar|
|3||A Study of the Problem faced by Trainees during Macro LessonAbstract – Quality Education is the need of today in the whole world. The whole society requires best education which depends upon quality education and for providing that we require good teachers. It is the need of time. In today’s generation teachers are like light house and so today’s teacher should be more knowledgeable.
By providing adequate training we can prepare good teacher. In training process the trainee has to pass through various stages. In today age training is of almost important to fulfil the expectations of society & nation. During training the trainee has to face various problems. To find out and solve is very important.
|Dr. Arvind K. Tank|
|4||Supporting and Counselling Children with autism within Mainstream Schools: A Review of the LiteratureAbstract – This article focuses on the means by which specific classroom programmes can offer support and counselling for children with autism and improve their knowledge and overall school experience. These programmes can include, for instance, the use of computer-based technology, the setting up of special activity groups within school and so on. However, the degree to which these programmes can facilitate the education of children with autism and the level of differentiation they can contribute to the school experience, social skills and behavioural progress of these children requires assessment. A hypothesis that has been accepted suggests that carefully planned programmes within schools can favourably influence children with autism, thereby facilitating the development of their societal, behavioural and scholastic skills, all of which are required over the long-term. The objective and intent of this study is to offer schools the perspective that carefully structured programmes can improve the lives of the autistic children in their care by providing the support and counselling they require.||Faihan Alotaibi|
|5||International Meanings in text books for teaching English as a Foreign Language ‘a Multi Model Approach’Abstract – Now a days, English is no longer a very usual things, but English has become the norm specially in the era of globalization able to speak well and fluently Britain no longer be an added value, lent it has became demands or needs for every people on today’s era of globalization this is became almost every activity we always find writing, speakers, news and even a variety of documents and technical guidelines for the use and improvement of tool that speaks English enough in the business world is used for business, correspondence a meetings.
The knowledge of English in students will help them communicate better with both their students and teachers. The student also will have an easier time with any research or readings they are assigned.
|Amrin G. Daroga|
|6||Effect of Area on Learning by Traditional Teaching Method and Computerized Programmed Learning MaterialAbstract – Area is the most effective factor in education. So, present study has been done to know the effect of Area on learning by Traditional teaching method and Computerized Programmed learning material. For this Computerized Programmed learning material was prepared and applied on total 138 students in different areas in Guajarati Medium schools in Ahmedabad. The areas are distributed in two parts i.e. Rural and Urban. On the basis of the post data score mean and F was calculated for data analysis.||Dr. Sejal Trivedi|
|7||Use of ICT by Student TeacherAbstract – ICTs are one of the major contemporary factors shaping the global economy and producing rapid changes in society. They have fundamentally changed the way people learn, communicate and do business. They can transform the nature of education where and how learning takes place and the roles of students and teachers in the learning process.||Dr. Hema Pundlikrao Bhagwat|
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