A STUDY ON EMOTIONAL MATURITY OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION STUDENTS STUDYING IN HYDERABAD

Dr. S. Mohamad Rafi

Abstract


Our emotion play quite a significant role is guiding and directing our behavior. Many times they seem to dominate human is such a way that have a no solution other than behaving as the emotions want the man on the other hand, if a person has no emotions in him then he becomes crippled in terms of living this life in a normal way in this way, emotions play a key role in providing a particular direction to our behavior and thus shaping our personality according to their development. The investigated likes to throw light on the emotional maturity and the details of emotions. The investigator used “Survey Method” for this research work. 300 B.Ed., student teachers were selected from Hyderabad by Simple Random Sampling. The samples of the study were selected from three different types of institution. From each institution fifty samples were selected. Finding shows the level of emotional maturity of education college students in Hyderabad district is extremely unstable. There is no any significance difference in emotional maturity between male and female education college students. There is no any significance difference in emotional maturity between the education college students studying in the colleges located in the rural area and in the urban area. There is a significant difference in emotional maturity between the education college students studying in the Urdu medium and English medium. Moreover the students studying in the Urdu medium (Mean=131.69) are found to be better than the students studying in the English medium (Mean=128.81) in respect of their Emotional maturity.

Keywords


College of Education students and Emotional maturity.

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