A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ATTITUDE TOWARDS TEACHING PROFESSION OF MALE AND FEMALE B.Ed. STUDENTS OF ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY

Dr. Mahmood Ali, Vardah Ahmad

Abstract


The study explores the comparison of attitude towards teaching profession of male and female B.Ed student of Aligarh Muslim University. The descriptive research method was used for the study. The sample consists of 100 B.Ed student were selected by using convenient and stratified random sampling techniques. The Teacher Attitude Inventory developed by S.P Ahluwalia used for data collection. The finding of the study reveals that;1) There is a significant difference exists between attitude of male and female B.Ed. students towards teaching profession and female have more favorable attitude towards teaching profession. 2) There is no significant difference between attitude of graduates and postgraduates B.Ed. students towards teaching profession. 3) No significant difference exists between attitude of B.Ed. students of sciences and social science (including commerce) streams toward teaching profession. 4)  No significant difference exists between the attitude of B.Ed. students of arts and social science (including commerce) streams towards teaching profession. 5) There is a significant difference exists between the attitude of B.Ed. students of science and arts streams towards teaching profession and arts streams B.Ed. students have more favorable attitude towards teaching profession.


Keywords


Keywords: Attitude, Teaching Profession, B.Ed., Gender

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