A STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AMONG RURAL AND URBAN SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Keywords:Environment, Environmental Awareness, Secondary school students
The aim of the study is to examine the Environmental Awareness among secondary school students of Rohtak district of Haryana. Descriptive survey method and simple random sampling technique was used for the present study. Environmental Awareness Ability Measures (EAAM) by Praveen Jha was used on sample of 80 students to measure environmental awareness. Findings of the study are that there exists no significant difference in environmental awareness of rural and urban secondary school students. It was further found that there exists no significant difference in environmental awareness of male and female secondary school students.
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