CONTENT KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH AMONG +2 STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR LOCALITY AND STREAM OF STUDY

Nidhi Mahindroo

Abstract


The study compares the Content Knowledge of English among +2 Students of Shimla district in relation to their Locality and Stream of Study. A Sample of 600 students was selected randomly from the Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. For comparing the data 2X2X2 ANOVA statistics technique was used. The result revealed that significant differences existed among rural and urban science and arts stream of English and Hindi medium students.

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Content Knowledge, Locality, Stream of Study

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