A STUDY OF TEACHING COMPETENCE, TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS AND ADJUSTMENT OF MALE AND FEMALE TEACHERS IN RELATION TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Dr. Pujar Lingaraj

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The purpose of the study is to   A STUDY OF TEACHING COMPETENCE, TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS AND ADJUSTMENT OF MALE AND FEMALE TEACHERS IN RELATION TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS.  For the present study a total number of 300 secondary school teachers and 1500 secondary school students were selected by using random sampling technique.

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