Sanjay Kumar


Stress is one of the most insidious phenomena of our time and it affects people in all walks of life. Stress acquires importance because of its consequences.  It is an established fact that the performance of a B. Ed. teacher trainees mainly depends upon their psychological state of mind. As occupational stress affects the physical and psychological well being of the teacher trainees; it definitely influences there efficiency and performance. In order to be a good teacher, the B. Ed. teacher trainees must possess sound mental health, enthusiasm and satisfaction in their studies. In the present study an attempt has been made to find out the causes of stress among B.Ed. teacher trainees and to suggest measures to improve their mental status which ultimately will improve their overall efficiency.



Stress, B.Ed. teacher trainees, Psychological state of mind,

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