EFFECTIVENESS OF GROUP WORK INTERVENTION ON WORK STRESS OF ANGANWADI WORKERS
Keywords:Anganwadi Workers, Work Stress, Group Work Intervention
Anganwadi workers play a significant role in delivery of ICDS services to children and mother. Researcher in this paper aims to access the level of work stress and difference in level of work stress after the group work intervention among (N = 105) Anganwadi Workers chosen through cluster random sampling method. The Research shows that, there is high significant (p<0.05) difference in pre and post-test work stress score in experiment group and high significant association between the level work stresses with the demographic variable such as education and annual income. It recommended that Group work intervention with groups helps to share their problems and resolve them and would help develop better strategies to deal with problems.
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