CHAPTER – V           FINDINGS, INTERPRETATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS5.1 INTRODUCTIONThe purpose of the study to find the effect...
10. There is no significant difference in the below Rs. 40000 and above Rs. 40000           annual income of girls’ family...
5.3 INTREPRETATIONS  1. There is a significant difference between below Rs. 40000 and above Rs. 40000     annual income of...
Pradesh where girls were freely allowed to join schemes and get benefit of it grew         more self confident.      6. Th...
8. In service teacher training programmes and orientations should be organised to       introduce new methods of teaching....
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  1. 1. CHAPTER – V FINDINGS, INTERPRETATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS5.1 INTRODUCTIONThe purpose of the study to find the effect of motivation on academic achievement on the girls whobenefited under MBCY. For this the researcher collected data from 200 girls of four schools fromMuzaffarpur district of Bihar. The sample was chosen by convenient sampling method. The data wascollected utilising two research instruments i.e. multi-subject achievement test and questionnaire formotivation towards MBCY. The dimensions of questionnaire included school attendance, prospectiveof girls towards MBCY, academics and co-curricular activities, mobility of girls and social change.5.2 FINDINGS5.2.1 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 1. There is no significant difference between urban and rural girls in their academic achievement. 2. There is no significant difference between pre-matric and post-matric education of girls’ father in their academic achievement. 3. There is no significant difference in between pre-matric and post-matric education of girls’ mother in their academic achievement. 4. There is no significant difference between government and aided school girls in their academic achievement. 5. There is a significant difference in the below Rs. 40000 and above Rs. 40000 annual income of girls’ family in their academic achievement.5.2.2 MOTIVATION 6. There is no significant difference between urban and rural girls in their motivation. 7. There is no significant difference between pre-matric and post-matric education of girls’ father in their motivation. 8. There is no significant difference in between pre-matric and post-matric education of girls’ mother in their motivation. 9. There is a significant difference between government and aided school girls in their motivation. 105
  2. 2. 10. There is no significant difference in the below Rs. 40000 and above Rs. 40000 annual income of girls’ family in their motivation.5.2.3 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND MOTIVATION 11. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of urban girls. 12. There is no significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of rural girls. 13. There is no significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of pre-matric education of girls’ father. 14. There is no significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of post -matric education of girls’ father. 15. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of pre-matric education of girls’ mother. 16. There is no significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of post -matric education of girls’ mother 17. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of girls’ family in their family income being below Rs. 40000. 18. There is no significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of girls’ family in their family income being below Rs. 40000. 19. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of girls of minority aided school. 20. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of girls of government school.5.2.4 INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 21. There is a significant influence of motivation on academic achievement of girls. 106
  3. 3. 5.3 INTREPRETATIONS 1. There is a significant difference between below Rs. 40000 and above Rs. 40000 annual income of girls’ family in their academic achievement. This may be due to the fact that the girls from the low family income group work part time to earn extra for their family. They get less time for self study which affect their academics. The girls of high income family get better facilities like tution, supplementary books, internet etc. which enhances their academic achievement. The finding is contradicted by Nayar, Usha. (1999), found that the main reason for the discontinuation and drop out of girls was their poor household. 2. There is a significant difference between government and minority-aided school girls in their motivation. This may be due to the fact that the girls of government schools are more motivated than minority school girls as cycle is an incentive for them and school becomes nearer for them. This finding is supported by Kate Mitchell ( 2011)which revealed a positive increase in female mobility. 3. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of urban girls. This is a new finding not supported or contradicted by the researches mentioned in the reviews of literature. This may be due to the fact that the exposure of urban girls to education like coaching classes, internet facility and availability of supplementary books. Empowering girls with cycle have motivated them and they can access these opportunity to enhance their academic achievement. 4. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of pre-matric education of girls’ mother. This may be due to the reason that the mothers who are not highly educated but their this disability makes them understand the value of education and hence support their daughters to study. This finding is supported by Tinnari (2002) found that the schemes providing for the girl child helped the parents to send them to school. 5. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of girls’ family in their family income being below Rs. 40000. This may be due to the reason that the parents of low income group do not have to spend on educating their girls. Cycle makes them feel safe about their daughters going to school, the girls are highly motivated and perform well in academic achievement utilising the opportunity given to them. This finding is supported by Jay Prakash’s (2005) finding that in Uttar 107
  4. 4. Pradesh where girls were freely allowed to join schemes and get benefit of it grew more self confident. 6. There is a significant relationship between academic achievement and motivation of girls of government school. This finding is supported by Karthik Muralidharan and Nishith Prakash’s(2011) revealed a positive increased in the mobility of girls in Bihar. This may be due to the reason that the girls of government school started to attend school their academic achievement improved. 7. There is a significant influence of motivation on academic achievement of girls. This is the new finding . This may be due to the reason that, as girls got motivated by the cycle they started to attend school their academic achievement improved. It showed that the MBCY has improved the scenario of girl’s education in Bihar.5.4 RECOMMENDATIONS 1. More effort should made to provide quality education, as the research showed that girls are motivated to come to school but due to high student-teacher ratio and poor quality of education has less effect on the academic achievement of girls. 2. The researcher was collecting data she came across many instances in the irregularities and lengthy paper work in the allotment of money for cycles. The implementation of the scheme should done on a better way and avoid bureaucracy. 3. The government should invest in transport infrastructure so that school are connected with pukka roads which will increase school days as school remain close during rainy reason due to water logging and flood. 4. Community programs should be organised in schools especially for parents and local residents to acknowledge them the importance of education for girl child as well as several schemes of government for their education. 5. This scheme is now introduced for boys belonging to marginalised section of society. The scheme should make available for all high school students as it is very effective in reducing the dropout rates before class X. 6. Similar schemes can be introduced in +2 level to increase the enrolment of girls in higher education. 7. Government should provide facilities like audio-visual aids , internet facilities, I.C.T. to enhance the quality of education. 108
  5. 5. 8. In service teacher training programmes and orientations should be organised to introduce new methods of teaching. 9. Government should revamp the curriculum according to the needs of the girls. 10. Government should increase the salary of teachers and give incentives to motivate them to teach well.5.5 SUGGESTIONS 1. The effect of MBCY on the academic achievement and motivation of high school boys and girls. 2. A study on the motivation of girls and perspective of their parents regarding the higher education of their daughters. 3. The effect of government schemes on academic achievement and motivation of high school students. 4. The effect of MBCY on the enrolment and retention of high school students. 5. The effect of MBCY on scheduled tribe and scheduled caste high school students. 109

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