WEBPORTAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE TEACHERS by Anjali Khirwadkar[1] and PinkalChaudhari[2]

Abstract Teaching learning Practices have changed over a period of time with changing demand. Education has become challenging and competent task. With the advent of Technological development, educational Organizations have thought of adopting alternatives which are complementary and supplementary for Read More …

Diagnostic Testing and Remedial Teaching in Chemistry at Secondary school Level By Dr. Rajeswari.K[1]

  Abstract Educational diagnosis implies the use of more or less technical procedures designed to locate specific learning and instructional difficulties, and to determine their causes.  Since students’ progress is to be appraised towards desirable educational objectives, it is necessary Read More …

ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS MATHEMATICS IN RELATION TO THEIR PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITY IN MATHEMATICS By Sourav Paul[1]

Abstract The present investigation has been designed to verify the strata-wise (sex and caste) comparison between the variables like Problem-solving Ability in mathematics and Attitude towards Mathematics. It also enquires the interrelationship between the variables and how Problem-solving Ability in Read More …

SCHOOL ORGANISATIONAL HEALTH AND SCHOOL TYPES: EFFECT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS By Vidyanand Khandagale[1] and Dr. Shefali Pandya[2]

Abstract Organizational health refers to an organization’s ability to achieve its goals based on an environment that seeks to improve organizational performance and support student and employee well-being. Organizational health is conceptualized in terms of three levels, namely, the technical, Read More …

 EFFECTIVENESS OF MIND MAPPING TECHNIQUE ON THE ACHIEVEMENT IN ACCOUNTANCY OF THE HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS By Nirmala Susan

  INTRODUCTION The explosion of information in science and technology has influenced every area of life, including business and commerce. The general business knowledge helps the citizen to understand the working of the economic democracy. The increasing complexity of business Read More …

USING THEATER TECHNIQUES TO DEVELOP EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS: A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE By Mitul Trivedi

Abstract Theatre can foster language skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening by creating a socio-cultural context that further helps acquiring language in its true vitality. A theatrical activity is a channelled language teaching apparatus that involves all of Read More …