A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ATTITUDE OF MALE AND FEMALE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER OF TESHIL HANDWARA DISTRICT KUPWARA (KASHMIR) (Published)
The present study was conducted to study the attitude of Government (male and female), private (male and female) secondary school teachers and Government and Private (in aggregate) secondary school teachers. 200 teachers 100 Government (50 male and 50 female) and 100 private (50 male 50 female) has been randomly taken from 12 government and private secondary schools of Tehsil Handiwara -District Kupwara( Kashmir). The data was collected with the help of teacher’s attitude inventory (T.A.I) of Ahluwalia. The data collected was analysised by t-test. The study revealed that Government male and Government female secondary school teachers and private male and private female secondary teachers do not differ significantly on attitude. The study further revealed that Government teachers and private teacher differ significantly on attitude.
Monitoring and evaluation are often not given adequate attention in the government programmes Most pertinent questions in the regards attempted to be answered revolve around planning for evaluation and monitoring procedures. Hence paper concentrates on aspects such as how will the information be collected, how will it be utilized for the effective implementation, and how will it be shared. Besides, It is attempted to understand the very nature, way of implementation, target beneficiaries, capital- manpower and other resource inputs, measures of outcome and anticipate and realized impacts of different programmes as in accordance with these variables, information system designed would also vary