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					International Indexed & Referred Research Journal, April, 2012. ISSN- 0974-2832, RNI-RAJBIL 2009/29954; VoL. IV * ISSUE-39
                                     Research Paper - Education
               A Study of Self Concept of the Standard-XI
                     Students of Secondary Schools

                 * Parmar Gira B.                                                                          April , 2012
               * Vidhya Sahayak, Vadvasa Primary School, Ghandhi Nagar Gujarat
A B S T R A C T
 Present Study has been done to know the self concept of XI Standard Student of Ghandhinagar District in the study effect
 of Gender and Area on self concept of IX students checked. Total 300 students were selected from the secondary schools
 of Ahmedabad. Self-made Inventory was prepared to know Self Concept. On the basis of the score obtain by the students
 mean, standard deviation and t-values were calculated to know Self Concept of students. No Significant of any of the
 independent variable was found on the Self Concept of IX Standard students.

Key Words : Self Concept, Secondary Schools Students
Introduction                                              the mean scores of the Self concept Inventory of IX
          Looking at the peace of the development. We standard students of Village and City Area of
know that these research and development also influ- Ghandhinagar District.
enced the work strategy of student for their physical Ho3 : There will be no significant difference between
and mental development they should be mature and the mean scores of
nourished in such a way that they do not feel ne- the Self concept Inventory of IX standard Village Area
glected, insulted or embarrassed. It is the self concept boys and Girls of Ghandhinagar District.
of a student which will help his or her to come out from Ho4 : There will be no significant difference between
any negativity                                            the mean scores of
          As self concept seems to play a significant the Self concept Inventory of IX standard City Area
role in the development of a person or student detailed boys and Girls of Ghandhinagar District.
knowledge about its nature and relation to other impor- Research Methods: Normative Survey Method used
tant factors will provide an objectives and encourag- in present study
ing basis for the educators. It was felt that the knowl- Population:
edge at relationship between the self concept and the             In present study the students of IX standard of
other variables would be very happy enriching and Ghandhinagar District (Rural and Urban) constitute
useful. As an educator we need to watch for signs of the target population for research.
frustration and then try to determine the cause. Al- Methods of Sampling:
though this takes time the results of a positive self               Multistage Sampling Method used in this
concept are well worth the efforts.                       study. Total 300 Students (150 Village Are and 150 City
Objectives                                                Area students) were selected.
1) To study the self concept of Ghandhinagar District. Tool of the Study :
2) To study the effect of Gender of the students of IX              A Three point inventory was prepared by the
standard on their self concept.                           investigator to know the Self Concept.Total 50 State-
3) To study the effect of Area of the students of IX ments were there inventory. 25 statement were nega-
standard on their self concept.                           tive and 25 statement were positive in Self Concept
Hypothesis Of The Study :                                 Inventory.
Ho1 : There will be no significant difference between Methods of Analysis :
the mean scores of the Self concept Inventory of IX The statistical technique was used for analysis of the
standard Boy and Girls of Ghandhinagar District.          data Mean, SD SED and "t" test to test hypothesis.
Ho2 : There will be no significant difference between Testing of Null Hypothesis :
                                                          See Table -1
                        Tabel-1 Mean, SD, SED, t-value of Boys and Girls on Inventory
   Gender      N         Average S.D.          MeanDiff SED        t-value Significant Level
   Boys        150       71.93        9.24     0.94     1.03       0.91     N.S.
   Girls       150       72.87        8.58

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                  Tabel-2 Mean, SD, SED, t-value of Village and City Area Students on Inventory
        Area         N     Average S.D.      Mean Diff SED            t-value Significant Level
        Village      150 72.20       8.24    0.40           1.05      0.39      N.S.
        City         150 72.60       9.56
                      Tabel-3 Mean, SD, SED, t-value of Village Area Boys and Girls on Inventory
      Village         N      Average S.D.        Mean Diff       SED t-value   Significant Level
      Boy             75     71.87      8.00     0.67            1.35 0.50      N.S.
      Girls           75     72.53      8.47
                      Tabel-4 Mean, SD, SED, t-value of City Area Boys and Girls on Inventory
     City       N      Average       S.D.         Mean Diff SED t-value       Significant Level
     Boys       75     72.00     72.00            1.20        1.56 0.77             N.S.
     Girls      75     73.20     73.20
Table-1 shows that the t-value is 0.91 which is not            is not effect of Gender on the self concept of City Area
significant. Thus HO1 is accepted this shows that there        students.
is not effect of Gender on the self concept of                 Findings            :
Ghandhinagar District.                                         The Findings of the study are as follows
See Table - 2                                                  1. boys and Girls of Ghandhinagar District had no any
Table-2 shows that the t-value is 0.39 which is not            difference on their self Concept.
significant. Thus HO2 is accepted this shows that there        2. Village and City Students of Ghandhinagar District
is not effect of Area on the self concept of Ghandhinagar      had no any difference on their self Concept.
District                                                       3. Village Area Boys and Girls of Ghandhinagar District
See Table - 3                                                  had no any difference on their self Concept.
Table-3 shows that the t-value is 0.50 which is not            4. City Area Boys and Girls of Ghandhinagar District
significant. Thus HO3 is accepted this shows that there        had no any difference on their self Concept.
is not effect of Gender on the self concept of Village         Conclusion :
Area students.                                                 The researcher presented findings of the study on the
See Table 4                                                    basis of his study the findings of the study that the self
Table-4 shows that the t-value is 0.77 which is not            concept is independent of area types Schools, Sex, and
significant. Thus HO4 is accepted this shows that there        Medium of Schools.


R E F E R E N C E
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