POPULATION AWARENESS AMONG HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF DHEMAJI DISTRICT OF ASSAM: A STUDY

Authors

  • Dr. Ranu Pariyar Associate Professor, Department of Education, Dhemaji Commerce College, Assam
  • Dr. Bhabagrahi Pradhan Assistant Professor, Department of Education, JainVishva Bharati Institute, (Deemed University), Ladnun, Rajasthan-341306

Keywords:

Population Awareness, Demographic Profile, Gender, Higher Secondary School, Equilibrium

Abstract

The present research paper highlighted the population awareness among higher secondary levels school teachers in Dhemaji District of Assam. The present study has aimed to study gender wise and area wise the population awareness among teachers. The present Research study encompasses among 50male teachers and 50 female school teachers in Dhimaji District of Assam.  The researchers have done their Research work with using Descriptive survey method and Random sampling techniques. In this study attempts to highlights the ethics of Population education awareness for secondary levels teacher of Assam in democratic country like India.  The study focused various intervention of population programme i.e. literacy, health, small family norms, population growth awareness. The researcher used “t” test for calculating the significant means difference between male and female teachers of both urban and rural secondary schools. The group of investigators found that, urban teachers have more population awareness than rural teachers and Female teachers have more literacy and small family norms awareness than Male teachers.

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Published

15-01-2018

How to Cite

Dr. Ranu Pariyar, & Dr. Bhabagrahi Pradhan. (2018). POPULATION AWARENESS AMONG HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF DHEMAJI DISTRICT OF ASSAM: A STUDY. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 4(1). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1474