ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY STUDENTS OF KOTA (RAJ.)

Krishna Gurjar , Dr. Sapna Joshi

Abstract


Environmental education aims to equip the individuals with knowledge, attitude and skills in order to raise concern for the environment and to work towards solutions of environmental problems and the prevention of new ones. Environmental education programs have mainly focused on increasing environment knowledge, to change the environmental behaviour. The present study measured the environmental behaviour by a standard tool in senior sec. students of different schools which includes different variables like gender, Type of Management, Locality and Medium of instructions. The Rural girl students showed the highest level of environmental behavior.  The level of environmental behaviour is not affected by type of Management and Medium of instructions. Whether Gender and Locality affects the level of environmental behaviour in students. The Rural students and Girl students were score high on EBS.(Environmental behavior scale)

Keywords


Environmental Behaviour, Environmental education, Environmental Behavior Scale, Gender, Rural, Urban, Senior Secondary students, English Medium, Hindi medium, Govt. Pvt. Schools.

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