DISCREPANCIES IN PERCEPTION AMONG TEACHERS OF MALBAZAR & NAGRAKATA BLOCKS OF TEA GARDEN REGION OF WEST BENGAL

Gour Sundar Ghosh, Prasenjit Deb

Abstract


Teachers are most significant factor in education system. Teachers are playing very important role for the success of education system. That system of education may be for primary level or for secondary level, or it may be for level of higher education. Teachers are dynamic and conscious factor of education, they are very cognizant about every phenomena of education due to their professional competence. They are well acquainted with national literacy mission, post literacy mission, district primary education programmer, Sarva Shiksha Mission and also aware for prevention of dropout.  This study had concentrated to identify the differences of the level of perception about dropout of elementary school level among the school teachers, in term of 17 variables viz. Age (X1), Education of teachers (X2), Training Experience (X3), Year of Experience (X4), Engagement in other activity (X5), Family Income (X6), Social Participation (X7), Interaction with Head Teacher (X8), Interaction with School Inspectors (X9), Interaction with SSM Personnel (X10), Organizational Interfacing (X11), Involvement in SSM actions (X12), Value Judgement (X13), Response about SSM activities (X14), Use of TL Materials (X15), Exposures to Media (X16) and Opinion about present education system (X17). The statistical analysis illustrated that while the variables like: Year of Experience (X4), Engagement in other activity (X5), Family Income (X6), Interaction with Head Teacher (X8), Interaction with School Inspectors (X9), Interaction with SSM Personnel (X10), Response about SSM activities (X14), Use of TL Materials (X15), Exposures to Media (X16) were found to bear mentionable impact on the high and low level of Perception among Teachers of Malbazar & Nagrakata Blocks of Tea Garden Region of West Bengal.


Keywords


Effectiveness of SSM, Social Participation, Sarva Shiksha Mission, and level of perception etc.

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