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  1. 1. Dr. (Fr.) Ignatius Topno, S.J.Asst. ProfessorSt. Xavier’s College of Education,Digha Ghat, Patna - 800011 CERTIFICATE This thesis entitled “The Effect of Chief Minister’s Cycle Schemeon the Academic Achievement and Motivation of High SchoolGirls’ in Muzaffarpur District : A Study” submitted by Vinci Viveka forthe award of Degree of Master of Philosophy in Education of Aryabhatta KnowledgeUniversity is a record of bonafide research work done by her and it has not beensubmitted for the award of any degree, diploma, associateship, fellowship of anyUniversity or Institution.PatnaDate : Dr. ( Fr.) Ignatius Topno, S.J. i
  2. 2. VINCI VIVEKAM.Ed. ScholarSt. Xavier’s College of EducationDigha Ghat, Patna-800011 . DECLARATION I hereby declare that the thesis entitled “The Effect of Chief Minister’sCycle Scheme on the Academic Achievement and Motivation ofHigh School Girls’ in Muzaffarpur District : A Study” submitted by mefor the degree of Master of Philosophy in Education is the result of my original andindependent research work carried out under the guidance ofDr. (Fr.) Ignatius Topno, S.J. Assistant Professor, St. Xavier’s College of Education,Patna and it has not been submitted for the award of any degree or diploma,associateship, fellowship of any University/Institution.PATNADATE : VINCI VIVEKA ii
  3. 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Within the explicable joy and gratitude to LORD, I would like to acknowledgemy sincere gratitude to the Principal, Dr. (Fr.) Tom Perumalil, S.J., St. Xavier’sCollege of Education, Patna for providing me an opportunity to do M.Ed. course in thisesteemed institution. I wish to express my deep and sincere gratitude and heartfelt thanks to my guideDr. (Fr.) Ignatius Topno, S.J. Asst. Professor, St. Xavier’s College of Education, Patnafor his valuable suggestions continuous inspiration, enthusing constant enthusiasm andenergetic guidance throughout the period of my strenuous study. I am very grateful to my parents for their support , guidance and inspiration whenI needed it most. I am very grateful to express my sincere thanks to Sushil Kumar Singh, Asst.Professor, St. Xavier’s College of Education, Patna and Kate Mitchell, for their helpand encouragement and concern to carry out the research work successfully. I am very grateful to Shikha and Vandana Kumari for being the source ofinspiration and helping me when need arose. I am also thankful to my companions EktaRai, Amrita Singh, Minakshi Kumari and Rajeev Kumar for their support andencouragement. I express my sincere thanks to the faculty and the non-teaching staff ofSt. Xavier’s College of Education, Digha Ghat, Patna for their kind help andencouragement to complete this work. VINCI VIVEKA iii
  4. 4. TABLE OF CONTENTS.No. TITLE PAGE No. CERTIFICATE i DECLARATION ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iii TABLE OF CONTENT iv LIST OF TABLE ix LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK 1.1 INTRODUCTION OF EDUCATION 1 1.2 ETYMOLOGICAL MEANING OF EDUCATION 2 1.3 DEFINATION OF EDUCATION 3 1.4 AIMS OF EDUCATION 4 1.5 STATUS OF EDUCATION IN BIHAR 6 1.6 PROBLEMS RELATED TO WOMEN EDUCATION 9 1.7 EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF SOCIAL 11 CHANGE 1.8 SARV SHIKSHA ABHIYAAN 13 1.9 BASIC FEATURES OF SSA 14 iv
  5. 5. 1.10 AIMS OF SSA 151.11 OBJECTIVES OF SSA 151.12 NEED FOR A FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTATION 161.13 BROAD STRATEGIES CENTAL TO SSA PROGRAM 161.14 SUPERVISION OF ACTIVITIES UNDER SSA 241.15 BUDGETORY ALLOCATION AND EXPENDITURE 251.16 MUKHYAMANTRI BALIKA CYCLE YOJNA 251.17 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 271.18 HIGH ACHIEVEMENT 291.19 MOTIVATION 301.20 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF MOTIVATION 311.21 COMPONENTS OF MOTIVATION 321.22 EXTRINSIC VS INTRINSIC MOTIVATION 321.23 ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION 331.24 HEIRARCHICAL MODEL OF ACHIEVEMENT 33 MOTIVATION1.25 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY 351.26 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY 351.27 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 361.28 OPERATIONAL DEFINITION 361.29 GENERAL OBJECTIVES 36 v
  6. 6. 1.30 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES 371.31 NULL HYPOTHESIS 391.32 TOOLS PROPOSED TO STUDY 411.33 METHODS PROPOSED TO STUDY 411.34 POPULATION OF THE STUDY 411.35 SAMPLE 411.36 STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES TO USE 411.37 DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY 42 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE2.1 INTRODUCTION 432.2 INDIAN REVIEW 442.3 FOREIGN REVIEW 572.4 CRITICAL REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 64 METHODOLOGY3.1 INTRODUCTION 693.2 METHOD USED FOR THE STUDY 7033 LOCATION OF THE PRESENT STUDY 703.4 POPULATION OF THE STUDY 713.5 SAMPLE OF THE STUDY 713.6 DESCRIPTION OF THE SAMPLE 723.7 TOOLS USED FOR THE STUDY 77 vi
  7. 7. 3.8 THE QUESTIONNAIRE 783.9 MULTI-SUBJECT ACHIEVEMENT TEST 783.10 QUESTIONNAIRE FOR MOTIVATION OF GIRLS 79 TOWARDS MBCY3.11 ADMINISTRATION OF THE TEST 803.12 STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES ADOPTED DATA ANALYSIS4.1 INTRODUCTION 834.2 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 844.3 MOTIVATION 894.4 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 94 ACHIEVEMNT AND MOTIVATION4.5 INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION ON ACADEMIC 104 ACHIEVEMENT FINDINGS, INTERPRETATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS5.1 INTRODUCTION 1055.2 FINDINGS 1055.3 INTERPRETATIONS 1075.4 RECOMMENDATIONS 1085.5 SUGGESTIONS 109 vii
  8. 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDIX viii
  9. 9. LIST OF TABLESTABLE No. TITLE PAGE No. 1.1 SCHOOLS IN BIHAR 8 1.2 FACILITY AND ENROLMENT INDICATORS 8 1.3 NORMS FOR INTERVENTION UNDER SSA 19 3.1 SCHOOL WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 72 SAMPLE 3.2 HABITATION WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 73 SAMPLE 3.3 FATHER’S QUALIFICATION WISE 74 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE 3.4 MOTHER’S QUALIFICATION -WISE 75 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE 3.5 FAMILY INCOME WISE DISTRIBUTION OF 76 THE SAMPLE 3.6 DIMENSIONS OF MOTIVATION 79 QUESTIONNAIRE 3.7 SCORING PROCEDURE OF MOTIVATION 80 QUESTIONNAIRE 4.1 HABITATION WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 84 SAMPLE 4.2 FATHER’S QUALIFICATION WISE 85 ix
  10. 10. DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.3 MOTHER’S QUALIFICATION -WISE 86 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.4 SCHOOL WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 87 SAMPLE4.5 FAMILY INCOME WISE DISTRIBUTION OF 88 THE SAMPLE4.6 HABITATION WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 89 SAMPLE4.7 FATHER’S QUALIFICATION WISE 90 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.8 MOTHER’S QUALIFICATION -WISE 91 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.9 SCHOOL WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 92 SAMPLE4.10 FAMILY INCOME WISE DISTRIBUTION OF 93 THE SAMPLE4.11 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 94 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF URBAN GIRLS4.12 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 95 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF RURAL GIRLS x
  11. 11. 4.13 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 96 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF PRE- MATRIC EDUCATION OF GIRLS MOTHER4.14 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 97 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF POST- MATRIC EDUCATION OF GIRLS MOTHER4.15 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 98 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF PRE- MATRIC EDUCATION OF GIRLS FTAHER4.16 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 99 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF POST- MATRIC EDUCATION OF GIRLS FATHER4.17 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 100 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF GIRLS’ FAMILY IN THEIR FAMILY INCOME BEING BELOW Rs.400004.18 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 101 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF GIRLS’ FAMILY IN THEIR FAMILY INCOME BEING ABOVE Rs.400004.19 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 102 ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF GIRLS OF GOVERNMENT SCHOOL4.20 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC 103 xi
  12. 12. ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION OF GIRLS OF MINORITY AIDED SCHOOL4.21 INFLUENCE OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 104 ON MOTIVATION OF GIRLS xii
  13. 13. LIST OF FIGURESFIGURE No. TITLE PAGE No.1.1 LOW ATTENDANCE OF GIRLS IN THE 10 SCHOOLS OF BIHAR1.2 MODEL OF ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION 343.1 MAP OF MUZAFFARPUR 713.2 SCHOOL WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 72 SAMPLE3.3 HABITATION WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 73 SAMPLE3.4 FATHER’S QUALIFICATION WISE 74 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE3.5 MOTHER’S QUALIFICATION -WISE 75 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE3.6 FAMILY INCOME WISE DISTRIBUTION OF 76 THE SAMPLE4.1 HABITATION WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 84 SAMPLE4.2 FATHER’S QUALIFICATION WISE 85 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.3 MOTHER’S QUALIFICATION -WISE 86 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.4 SCHOOL WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 87 xiii
  14. 14. SAMPLE4.5 FAMILY INCOME WISE DISTRIBUTION OF 88 THE SAMPLE4.6 HABITATION WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 89 SAMPLE4.7 FATHER’S QUALIFICATION WISE 90 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.8 MOTHER’S QUALIFICATION -WISE 91 DISTRIBUTION OF THE SAMPLE4.9 SCHOOL WISE DISTRIBUTION OF THE 92 SAMPLE4.10 FAMILY INCOME WISE DISTRIBUTION OF 93 THE SAMPLE xiv

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