"A STUDY OF TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS AMONG GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE COLLEGE TEACHERS OF NORTH INDIAN STATES IN INDIA"

Authors

AmitpalKour, Associate Professor
Govt MAM College, Deptt. of English, J&K, India.

Dr. Mandeep Singh, Cluster
University of Jammu, J&K, India.

Abstract

A teacher who walks in the shade of the temple among his followers gives not only wisdom but also faith and his lovingness. Barr (1946) said that teaching being a very human activity, requires mental balance, personal and social adjustment, teacher, pupils relationship and personality seen to be important factor in teacher effectiveness. The objectives were to study the teachers effectiveness among government and private teachers, to find out the difference among teachers effectiveness in relation to type of college and to study the difference among teacher effectiveness in relation to their sex ( male & female) and type of college (Government and private). The study was confined to a sample of 160 teachers of J&K, PUNJAB AND HIMACHAL colleges. The study was carried on those teachers who were working in government and private college only in the three different selected states of northern India. The study was based on a sample of 160 teachers of government and private college (Male and female). Teacher effectiveness Scale is prepared by Parmod and Mutha. This inventory is the Hindi. It consists of 69 questions. Two way analysis of variance ( 2x 2 factorial design) were employed in the present study. It was concluded that there were no significant of differences in teacher effectiveness between male & female teachers. There were no significant differences in teacher effectiveness among teachers working in government and private college and it was found that there were no differences in teacher effectiveness under the joint influence of sex of teachers and type of college.