An Empirical Study on the Efficiency of College Teachers and their Attitude in Teaching in Kancheepuram District

M. Brindhamani, T. Manichander


The quality of teaching depends upon the dedication of the teachers towards their profession and the improvisation of it depends upon the training, both pre-service and in-service they receive when they undergo the period of probation. A teacher is expected to have subject competency as well as linguistic competency. The main objective of the present study has been to find out the efficiency of college teachers and their attitude in teaching in Kancheepuram district in relation to certain sociological variables. Sample comprised of 250 primary school teachers in Kancheepuram district. Teacher effectiveness scale developed by Umme Kusum and Miller attitude towards teaching scale was used for the present study. Mean, SD and t-test were used for analysis of the data.


Efficiency of College Teachers, Attitude in Teaching, Kancheepuram District

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