104 RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION
International Indexed & Refereed Research Journal, ISSN 0975-3486, (Print), E- ISSN -...
105RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION
International Indexed & Refereed Research Journal, ISSN 0975-3486, (Print), E- ISSN -2...
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  1. 1. 104 RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION International Indexed & Refereed Research Journal, ISSN 0975-3486, (Print), E- ISSN -2320-5482, Aug- Oct, 2013 (Combind) VOL –V * ISSUE- 47-49 Introduction In our modem society, anxiety and maladjustment are considered to be psychological problems and have reached to a high level in their magnitude.As a social creature, man has to face many situations in life which might lead to satisfactions and sometimes to frustrations. Frequent frustration may lead to the development of anxiety. In every aspect of human experience, we can see anxiety playing a significant role. Every human beingissubjectedtorealorimaginablethreatsthatmay produce the state of anxiousness. It has often been said that this century is being referred to as the age of anxiety because of technological advancements in differentfields. Along with anxiety, goes the concept of adjustment which is equally important. Freud pointed out anxiety as the crucial problem of emotional and behavioraldisorders.Itisnowbeingtakenasawarning; itimpliesdangerformwithin.Hencetolivepeacefully in society, one should be free form anxiety and should try to make adjustments as far as possible. So, this studybecomethemoreimportanttofindouttheanxiety andadjustmentlevelsofmaleandfemalepupilteachers so that required necessary step can be taken to check and reduce the intensity of anxiety and bring to its tolerablelimitswhereitactsasamotivationalforcefor self-adjustment. Plan And Procedure: All the B.Ed. students constituted the populationforthepresentstudy.Thesampleconsisted of 50 B.Ed. students out of which 25 were male and 25 were female. Sample was selected by using purposive sampling technique. ToolsUsed i. Bell’s adjustment inventory ii.Anxiety scale by D.Sinha Research Paper— Education Aug- Oct ,2013 EmotionalAdjustmentofPupilTeachersInRelation To TheirAnxiety *Dr.RajeshKumar The investigator visited different colleges of Haryana. The data was collected using the above mentioned tools t-test was used to find out the significance of the difference between the means. Results The calculated value of ‘t ratio’ was 1.75. It was less than table value with df =18 at 0.05 level of significant.Itmeansthatthereisinsignificantdifference inemotionaladjustmentlevelbetweenmaleandfemale pupil teachers (high anxiety scorers) of Haryana. See Table 2 The calculated value of ‘t ratio’ was 2.34. It was greater than table value with df 11 0.0d level of significant but at 0.01 level is 3.11. It means that there isinsignificantdifferenceinemotionaladjustmentlevel between male and female pupil teachers (average anxiety scorers) of Haryana. See Table 3 The calculated value of ‘t ratio’ was 0.75.Itwaslessthantablevaluewithdf=15at0.05level of significant. It means that there is insignificant differenceinemotionaladjustmentlevelbetweenmale and female pupil teacher (low anxiety scorers) of Haryana. CONCLUSION: Now-a-days the society, the educational institutions, the school, the college, the family are also complex that the students are facing a sort of problems intheirdailylireinrelationtotheiradjustment,anxiety and academic achievement. It is the responsibility of theresearchers,teachersandparentsthattheproblems shouldbeidentifiedverysoonandimmediateremedial measures should be provided to the students of the Table-I ShowingThe‘T’ValueInEmotionalAdjustmentBetweenMaleAndFemalePupilTeachersHigh AnxietyScorers.) Sr. No. Group Mean SD SED t-value Significance 1. Female 17 5.75 2.28 1.75 N.S. 2. Male 13 N.S.= Not significant Table value of ‘t’ratio at df= 18 at 0.05 level 2.10 *Asst.Prof.SaraswatiCollegeof Education,Panipat,Haryana
  2. 2. 105RESEARCH ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION International Indexed & Refereed Research Journal, ISSN 0975-3486, (Print), E- ISSN -2320-5482, Aug- Oct, 2013 (Combind) VOL –V * ISSUE- 47-49 betterment of their lives. Students of the low anxiety possess better adjustment and academic achievement than high anxiety group of students. · The programme in educational institutions should be arranged that they would generate self confidence among the students who lack it. · The parents are explained the importance of the better environment at home which will be instrumental in the better development of adjustment and reducing anxiety. · For the well adjustment of the students the creative potentially and talents in them should be Table-II ShowingThe‘T’ValueInEmotionalAdjustmentBetweenMaleAndFemalePupilTeachers(Average AnxietyScorers). Sr. No. Group Mean SD SED t-value Significance 1. Female 10 3.89 2.13 2.34 N.S. 2. Male 5 N.S.= not significant Table value of ‘t’at df = 11 at 0.05 level is 220 and at 0.001 level is 3.11 TABLE-II ShowingThe‘T’ValueInEmotionalAdjustmentBetweenMaleAndFemalePupilTeachers(Low AnxietyScorers). Sr. No. Group Mean SD SED t-value Significance 1. Female 9.2 7.4 2.9 0.75 N.S. 2. Male 7 N.S.= not significant Table value of ‘t ratio’at df 15 at 0.05 level is 2.13 identified so that the individual may be encouraged to adjusthimselfinthesociety,homeandschools,colleges and university. · Itisthedutyoftheeducationistsfirstlytofind out the low anxious their personal, social, emotional, college and family adjustment should be assessed by psychological tests am inventories. Immediate action and remedies should be suggested to overcome maladjustment and anxiety in them. · More suitable educational facilities should be provided to the student with low adjustment and high anxiety so that can achieve success in every field oflifeintheircareer. 1· Allpot, C.W. (1987) Personality: Psychological Interpretation.London : Constable Co. Ltd. 2· Albert. R. And Harber, R.N. (1960) Anxiety in Academic Achievement Situation. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psycholoty. 3· Cattle, R.B. (1950) Personality: A Systematic Theoretical and factual study. New York: McGrew Hill Book. Co. 4· Daghiell, J.F (1930) Personality Traits And Different Professional. Journal of Applied Psychology. 5· Freud, Mekinney (1966) Psychology of Personal Adjustment. Jonh Wiley and Sons. Inc. New York, London, Sydney. 6· Freuds (1936) The Problem of anxiety. Norton & Co. New York. 7· Jersild, A.T. (1963) The Psychology of Adolescence. The Macmillan Co. New York. 8· Tuker I.F. (1970) Adjustment Model and Mechanism. Academic Press, New York. R E F E R E N C E

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