STUDY OF SELF-PERCEPTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT IN RELATION TO EDUCATIONAL ADJUSTMENT
By Dr. Rajkumari, Dr. Sunita Devi & Manisha
(Assistant Professors, ITTR, BPSMV, Haryana & Student, MA.(Edu), ITTR, BPSMV, Haryana)
Present study has explored self-perception and educational adjustment of senior secondary school Students. A representative sample of 100 students of Sonipat districts was randomly selected. Self-Perception scale by Dr. K.G. Agarwal and Dr. Vishal Shood and Educational adjustment scale by A. K.P Sinha and R. P Singh (2007) were used for measuring self-perception and educational adjustment of senior secondary school students. Mean, ‘t’ test and ‘r’ were used as statistical techniques to analyses the data. The result indicates that self-perception and educational adjustment have no significant difference on self-perception.
Education, Self- perception, statistical techniques.
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