SELF RELIANCE IN RELATION TO LEARNING STYLE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Dr. Anjali Puri

Abstract


The present investigation was primarily designed to determine the relation of self reliance with the learning style of high school students. Descriptive survey method was employed. Random sampling technique was applied. 250 Students of two schools were selected randomly out of 106 government schools of Chandigarh. Learning style bears significant relationship with self reliance of high school students. Visual, Auditory, Tactile, Group and Individual learning styles bear significant relationship with self reliance of high school students. Kinaesthetic learning style bears no significant relationship with self reliance of high school students.

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Self Reliance, learning style, high school students

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