• Purnakanti Mariyamma Research Scholar, Department of Education, Kakatiya University, IndiA


Value, preferences, teachers, SGTs, School Assistant, Government


Humanity wishes for happiness.  Peace can only bring happiness. The teachers should invent how peace is attained through value inculcation. The main function of a teacher is to build good human beings. The teacher helps us to become a good student in the school, a good human being in society and a good citizen of the country. At present we are living in a cruel society because modern society is based on the culture of conflicts and violent behavior due to the rust of values. So, value education has a significant role to maintain national integration and communal harmony in the country. Values play a very important role in the life of each individual how to live in harmony with oneself and with others. Every individual is motivated by a system of values. It is the training of the heart and the development of character. So, Teachers have a higher responsibility as compared to other professional to shaping the future generation. The aim of education in ancient time was to get the self-realization. The present society youth lost values. All problems occurred due to youth behavior, and people are looking for teachers and the education system. Hence, Teachers first have values automatically the values transfer to students. Teacher’s primary role is to inculcate values among students in their teaching and activities of learning. The teachers can plant the seeds of harmony and integration among students mind.  To build a better society depends on the teacher, teacher-educators, and students.


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Purnakanti Mariyamma. (2020). VALUE PREFERENCES AMONG TEACHERS OF SGTS AND SCHOOL ASSISTANTS WORKING IN THE GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 6(4). Retrieved from