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Thesis On M.Ed – The Study Of External Factors Affecting Educational Goals (Part-2)

30 Jun
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RESEARCH DESIGN

Nature of the study

There are three types of research:

  1. Descriptive research.
  2. Historical research.
  3. Experimental research the problem uder research is a follow up study. It is a type of survey is the sub-section of descriptive research.

procedure

The study was completed after going through the following stops:

  1. 1.              Population

The M.Ed. (secondary) graduates of Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan declared to be population of the research. There are two sessions of M.Ed. (secondary) graduates of Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan.

  1. 2.              Sampling

Sampling was adopted to select 34 graduate from D.G.Khan.

  1. 3.              Data Gathering Instrument

After reviewing the relevant literature, the researcher choose questionnaire as data gathering instrument. Researchers prefer questionnaire method. Because!

1)             It is time saving.

2)             It is cheaper than all other methods.

3)             In this method more and more people can convey their opinion in less time limit.

4)             In this method respondent enjoys freedom of responding.

Although this method is not free from limitation yet its merits cover its demerits.

It merits cover its demerits.

  1. 4.              Preparation of Questionnaire

After reviewing the relevant literature and seeking guidance from the worthy supervisor. A questionnaire comprised of 41 items was developed. Questionnaire was validated through expert’s opinion.

  1. 5.              Distribution and collection of questionnaire

The questionnaire was distributed through mail to the respondent’s permanent home addresses. After a period of about three months a remainder with questionnaire was mailed to on-responding far flanged areas graduates, while nearby graduates were contacted personally. To collect questionnaire from some respondent’s researcher made more than two meetings with them.

  1. 6.              Statistical Technique

Statistical technique of percentage was used to analyze the data. This technique is easy, convenient and more reliable technique and frequently used in statistical estimations.

  1. 7.              Analysis of Data

Collected data was tabulated and presented in the research report with comments on each table. Conclusions were made. Conclusions were interpreted.

 

ANALYSIS OF DATA

 

 

concerning job satisfaction

Table.1       Number and percentage of respondent’s opinions regarding job satisfaction.

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Completely satisfied

4

16

2

Satisfied

16

64

3

Unsatisfied

5

20

Total

25

100

 

Table 1 shown that 4 graduates (16%) were completely satisfied, while 16 graduates (64%) were satisfied 5 graduates (20%) were unsatisfied with their job.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table. 2      Number and percent of respondents regarding their desire to stay in service.

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Yes

20

80

2

No

5

20

Total

25

100

 

Table 2 shows that 20 respondents (80%) expressed their opinion to stay permanently in the profession; whereas 5 (20%) showed their unwillingness to so.

 

Thesis On Education:

 

 

 

 


 

Table.3       Number and percent of responses to the statement “do you feel promising career in teaching profession”

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Yes

18

72

2

No

7

28

Total

25

100

 

Table indicates that 18 respondents (72%) foresaw a promising career in the profession while 7 (28%) replied in the negative.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Table.4       Number and percent of the respondent’s reactions to the statements.

 

Sr. #

Statement

Yes

No

Number per

Number per

1 Do you help other teachers in their work 25 100 0 0
2 Have you started guidance & counseling programme at you own level in your school? 12 48 13 52
3 Are you employed in any department other than education?   0 25 100

 

25 persons (100%) responded in favor of statement No 1 in Table 4. while no one (0%) against the statement. 12 persons (48%) replied in the affiemative to the statement No 2, while 13 (52%) in the negative. No person (0%) responded to the statement No 3 in Table 4 in the affirmative, while 25 (100%) in the negative.

 

 

 

Table.5       Number and percent of responses concerning choice of profession.

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Librarian

6

20

2

Social Welfare officer

5

24

3

Assistant Collector / Revenue officer

1

4

4

Extra Assistant Commissioner / S.O/E.T.O

2

8

5

Police Inspector

2

8

6

Others of the above

8

32

 

Total

24

96

 

Table 5 shows the various professions open to be selected by the graduates in case they were given an opportunity to do so. It is observable from Table 5 that 5 graduates (20%) selected Librarianship as their profession 6 graduates (24%) chose to be a Social Welfare Officer.

One respondent (4%) would become Assistant Collector, 2 graduates (8%) choose to be Extra Assistant Commissioner / S.O/ E.T.O, 2 graduates (8%) choice fell on Police Inspector, 8 persons (32%) did not choose any of the profession listed above. One person (4%) did not express his opinion.

 

 

Table.6       Number and percent of the responses concerning the basis of present position.

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Held a professional degree better than B.Ed.

9

36

2

Held any other degree besides M.Ed degree.

1

4

3

Any other reason

15

60

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 6 shows that 9 respondents (36%) indicated that they were picked up for the present post because they were in possession of a professional degree better than B.Ed. only 1 graduate (4%) said that they were selected because they had any other degree besides M.Ed. degrees. 15 respondents (60%) pointed out that they were selected for other than the reasons listed in Table 6.

 

 

concering Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan.

Table.7       Number and percent of respondents rating the Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan, courses from the point of view of usefulness on he work.

 

Sr. #

Degree of Rating

Number

Percent

1

Most useful

10

40

2

Useful

15

60

3

Not useful

0

0

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 7 indicates that 10 respondents (4%) rated the courses taken at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan, as most useful. 15 respondents (60%) said that the courses taken at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan, were useful. No respondent (0%) indicated them as not useful.

 


 

Table.8       Number and percent of responses indicating the degree of helpfulness in the present job.

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Most useful

10

40

2

Helpful to some extent

15

60

3

Not helpful

0

0

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 8 shows that 10 persons (40%) rated M.Ed degree as most helpful for their present job, while 15 respondents (60%) declared that they wee helpful to some extant. No one indicated the degree to be not helpful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table.9       Number and percent of responses indicating the effectiveness of the teaching methods learnt at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan.

 

Sr. #

Degree of Rating

Number

Percent

1

Highly applicable in your work

5

20

2

Applicable to some extant

19

76

3

Not applicable

1

4

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 9 shows that 5 respondents (20%) said that the teaching method learnt by them at University College of Education, D.G.Khan, are highly applicable in their work, while 19 (76%) declared those methods as applicable to some extant. Only 1 person (4%) found them not applicable in his work.

 

 

 


 

Table.10    Number and percent of respondents indicating their opinions about the successful application of the teaching methods in their schools.

  1. Class discussion
  2. Group discussion
  3. Individualized instruction
  4. Assignment method
  5. Lecture method
  6. Any other

Sr. #

Item wise choice

Number

Percent

1

A

7

28

2

B

6

20

3

C

0

0

4

D

1

4

5

E

7

28

6

F

1

4

7

a ,b

1

4

8

c,d

1

4

9

c,f

1

4

10

d,f

1

4

Total

25

100

 

Table 10 indicates that 7 respondents (28%) successfully applied class discussion method. 5 respondents (20%) applied group discussion. Only 1 respondents (4%) applied the method not listed in the Table 10. 1 (4%) graduate applied both individualized instruction and assignment method. Only 1 person (4%) applied and individualized instruction and a method not listed in Table 10.

Only 1 graduate (40%) applied assignment and any other method in connection with one another.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table.11    Number and percent of respondents stating their opinion about the statement “Do you agree to the present duration of two semesters system fore M.Ed degree.

 

Sr. #

Degree of Rating

Number

Percent

1

Yes

14

56

2

No

11

44

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 11 shows that 14% respondents (56%) agreed to the present two semesters system, while 11 (44%) did not agree to the fore said system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table.12    Number and percent of respondent showing their opinion about the Head Master/Mistresses attitude towards their efforts to apply new methods.

 

Sr. #

Attitude

Number

Percent

1

He/She welcomes

23

92

2

Differs

1

4

3

Does not like

1

4

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 12 shows that 23 respondents (92%) indicated that the Head Master/Mistress welcomes their efforts to apply new methods in their classes. 1 respondent (4%).

Indicated that Head Master / Mistress differs with his efforts to apply new methods. According to 1 respondent (4%) head master/ Mistress does not like his efforts to apply new methods in his classes.

 

 

 

Table.13    Number and percent of respondents opinions on the statement “Does your Head master / mistress consult you about the problems of school discipline and administration”.

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Yes

16

64

2

No

9

36

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 13 shows that 16 respondents (64%) responded in the affirmative. 9 graduates (36%) disclosed that the head master/ mistress did not consult them about the school problems concerning discipline and administration.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Table.14    Number and percent of respondents indicating their opinion about the as work as liked by.

 

Sr. #

Degree of Rating

Number

Percent

1

Head master / mistress

2

Pupil

3

Parents

1

4

4

Community

5

Colleagues

4

16

6

None of the above

1

4

7

All of the above

18

72

8

Pupil and parents

1

4

Total

25

100

 

Table 14 indicates that one (1) persons (4%) said that his work liked by parents. 4 persons (16%) pointed out the colleagues appreciated their work. I person (4%) indicated that his work was not liked by any of the categories / persons listed in table 15, 18 (72%) said that their work was liked by all of the above listed persons. One person (4%) indicated that both pulpit & parents liked his work.

 

 

Table.15    Number and percent of respondent’s opinions regarding the attitude of the higher authorities towards them.

 

Sr. #

Attitude

Number

Percent

1

Encouraging

19

76

2

Discouraging

1

4

3

In different

5

20

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 16 indicates that 19 persons (76%) said that the attitude of the higher authorities was encouraging. 1 person (4%) declared their attitude as discouraging. 5 persons (20%) said that the higher authorities held an in different attitude towards them.

 

 

 


concerning economic problems.

Table.16    Number and percent of respondents who received advance increments on account of M.Ed degree.

 

Sr. #

Advance increments

Number

Percent

1

3

13

52

2

1

1

4

3

0

10

40

4

Under process (B)

1

4

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 16 indicates that 13 persons (52%) obtained the three prescribed increments in advance; 1 person (4%) one increment in advance; 10 person (40%) no increment at all; 1 person (4%) case for three advances increments was under process.

 

 


 

Table.17    Number and percent of respondents stating their opinion about question” which of the following financial benefits have you received due to these degrees.

 

  1. Payment for writing articles.
  2. Payment for writing / making examination papers.
  3. Payment for writing books.
  4. Payment for conducting refresher courses.
  5. Payment of T.A & D.A for conducting / attending conferences.
  6. None of the above.
  7. All of the above.

Sr. #

Item wise choice

Number

Percent

1

A

2

B

1

4

3

C

1

4

4

D

2

8

5

E

6

F

20

80

7

G

1

4

Total

25

100

 

Table 17 indicates that 1 person (4%) received financial benefits in terms of making examination papers. 1 person (4%) received financial benefits in terms of payment.

For writing books 2, persons (8%) said that they were getting financial benefits in terms of payment for conducting refresher courses, 20 respondents (80%) indicated that they received payment for any of the activities listed in the Table 17. 1 person (4%) responded that he was making use of all the activities listed in the question 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table.18    Number and percent of respondents opinion about financial benefits of their M.Ed. degree.

 

Sr. #

Opinion

Number

Percent

1

Very Satisfying

1

4

2

Satisfying

10

10

3

Not satisfying

14

56

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 18 shows that 1 person (4%) said that the financial benefits of M.Ed. degree were very satisfying. 10 persons (40%) declared the financial benefits simply satisfying while 14 persons (56%) said that they though financial benefits not satisfying at all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table.19    Number and percent of responses to the statement “how does the degree effected your chance for promotion”.

 

Sr. #

Degree of rating

Number

Percent

1

Slightly improved

9

36

2

Considerable improved

5

20

3

Not effective

11

44

 

Total

25

100

 

Table 19 indicates that 9 persons (36%) indicated that the M.Ed. degree had slightly improved their chances for promotion. 5 persons (20%) said that chances for promotion were considerably improved by their M.Ed degree, while 11 persons (44%) said that degree did not prove effective in increasing chances for further promotion.

 

 


 

concedrning general impact on education.

 

Table.20    Number and percent of responses of the question “Do you participate in following development activities”.

 

  1. Curriculum comities of your own subject in your school.
  2. Curriculum at district / divisional level.
  3. Planning composition or writing work for your class in co-ordination with other teachers.
  4. Improvement of school tests.
  5. Organizing homework in your subject in co-ordination with other teachers.
  6. Selecting books for your class.
  7. Not participated.

 

Sr. #

Item-wise activities

Number

Percent

1

a

2

b

3

c

3

12

4

d

7

28

5

e

3

12

6

f

2

8

7

g

1

4

8

ad

1

4

9

df

1

4

10

de

1

4

11

a,d,f

2

8

12

a,c,f

1

4

13

a,d,e,f

1

4

14

a,b,d,f

1

4

15

a,b,d,e,f

1

4

16

a,c,d,f

1

4

Total

25

100

Table 20 indicates that 3 respondents (12%) indicated that they participated in planning composition or writing work for their classes. Seven persons (28%) responded that they tried to improve the school tests. Three persons (12%) said that they organized homework in their subject in co-ordination with other teachers. Tow persons (18%) said that they performed their curriculum development activity by selecting books for their classes. One person (4%) performed activities like curriculum committee of his own subject in his school one person (4%) defined his curriculum development activities as improvement of school tests and selecting books for his class. Two respondents (8%) pointed out those curriculum development activities as improvement or school tests and organizing home work in co-ordination with other teachers.

One person (4%) disclosed that he perform activities like, curriculum committee of your own subject in your school, improvement of school tests, selecting books for your classes. One person (4%) addressed himself the activities of curriculum committee of his own subject in his school planning composition or writing work for his classes, selecting books for his classes.

One person (4%) took part in activities of curriculum committee of your own subject in your school, improvement of school tests, organizing home work in your subject in co-ordination with other teachers, selecting books for your classes.

One person (4%) indicated that he performed all activities listed in the table except planning composition or writing work for his class.

One person (4%) responded that he participated in all curriculum development activities listed in table 20 except curriculum committee at district and divisional level. One person (4%) replied that he did not participate in curriculum activities listed in table 20.

Table.21    Number and percent of respondents opinion about statement “have you ever tried to convince the parents of the importance of education through.

Sr. #

Device

Number

Percent

1 Parent teacher association

6

24

2 Personal contact

14

56

3 Correspondence

1

4

4 Parent-teacher association and personal contact

2

8

5 Not tried

2

8

  Total

25

100

 

Table 22 shows that 6 persons (24) tried to convince the parents of the importance of education through parent-teacher associations. Fourteen persons (56%) made use of the method of personal contacts to impress upon the parents, the importance of education. Only 1 person (4%) used the correspondence device to convince the parents of the importance of education. 2 persons (8%) expressed their opinion that they applied both the methods of parent-teacher association and personal contact to make the parents understand the significance of education.


concerning professional growth

Table.22    Number and percent of responses to the statement “which of the following activities have you participated after your graduation from Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan.

  1. Educational conferences, seminars and symposia.
  2. Writing activities on educational topics.
  3. Reading professional books and journals
  4. Corresponding with professional education on educational issues.
  5. None of the above.

Sr. #

Item-wise activities

Number

Percent

1

a

5

20

2

b

2

8

3

c

8

32

4

d

1

4

5

e

7

28

6

a,b

1

7

7

a,c

1

4

Total

25

100

Table 23 shows that 5 persons (20%) participated educational conferences, seminars and symposia. 2 persons (8%) participated in writing articles on educational topics.

8 persons (32%) participated in reading professional journals and books, only 1 person (4%) participated in corresponding with professional educationists on educational issues. 7 persons (28%) participated in none of the above listed activities in table 23. 1 person (4%) participated in educational conferences seminars and symposia and corresponding with educational leaders on educational issues.

CHAPTER # 5

SUMMARY, FINDINGS, CALCULATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

summary

This a follow-up of M.Ed. (secondary) graduates of Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan. it was designed so as to collect pertinent data about the respondents job satisfaction, usefulness of the courses and the teaching methods learnt at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan financial benefits opportunities of their professional growth. This study was conducted on 35 (thirty five) graduates selected as sample on regional basis. After reviewing the related literature, a questionnaire was developed and mailed to the selected M.Ed. (secondary) graduates included in the sample for the study. Out of thirty-five respondents twenty-five (25) sent.

The questionnaires back some graduates were contacted personality to receive filled in questionnaire.

Data was tabulated and interpreted. Findings of the study are as follows. Majority of the respondents indicated job satisfaction. Most of the graduates under study wee satisfied with the courses thought at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan. similarly a fairly large number of graduates observed that the teaching methods learnt at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan were applicable in actual classroom situations. Some of the respondents observed that the higher authorities sometimes displayed cynical attitude towards them.

This observation is applicable to the Head Master / Mistresses also. Another fact that the graduates of Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan pointed out was lack of both financial benefits and changes for promotion on accounts of the degree only. Another important finding was not agreeing t the present two-semester system. Majority of disagreed respondents preferred three semester system imcluding thesis work in third semester. Another important finding is that majority of respondents participated in such activities as writing articles on educational topics, reading educational journals, corresponding with experienced educationists, and attending conferences. Seminar, symposia and workshops on education. This provided the evidence that the M.Ed (secondary) graduates had developed desirable attitudes towards, their profession.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

findings

On the basis of data collected through questionnaire, 4 respondents (16%) indicated that they were completely satisfied with the profession, number of 16 respondents dis-satisfaction with their job. Out of 25 respondents 5 (20) indicated the desire to become Liberian: 6 respondents (24%) selected the job of Assistant Collector (A.C). 2 respondents (8%) preferred to be extra Assistant Commissioner / S.O. / E.T.O and 2 person (8%) the job of Inspector.

One person (4%) did not express his opinion and 8 (32%) did not chose any of the profession listed in questionnaire.

Stating their professional growth 12 persons (48%) indicated that they had started guidance and counseling programme at their own level. A number of 13 graduates (52%) showed that they had not yet started guidance and counseling programme as such of 25 respondents, 10 persons (40%) indicated the courses taken at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan being most useful in practical teaching-learning situation and 15 graduates (60%) declared the courses taken at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan useful. No person (0%) found them useful.

The respondents (40%) indicated the degree most helpful in their present job; while 15 (60%) rated the degree to be helpful to some extent in their present position.

Five graduates (20%) indicated that the teaching methods learned by them at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan wee highly applicable in their work. 19 respondents (76%) said that these teaching methods were applicable to some extend. According to 1 person (4%) these teaching methods were not applicable.

Seven graduates (28%) successfully applied the class discussion methods in their schools, 6 persons (20%) group discussion, one person (4%) assignment method, 7 graduates (28%) lecture method, one person (4%) applied the method not listed in questionnaire 4 graduates (16%) applied more than one methods in different combinations in their schools of 25 respondents 14 (56%) were satisfied with the present two semester system for M.Ed. degree, while 11 persons (44%) dis0satisfied with the foresaid system. Of 11 dis-satisfied respondents 3 persons (27.3%) choose annual system, 6 persons (54.5%) selected three semester system including thesis work in third semester. 2 graduates (18.2%) preferred two semester system excluding thesis work. One respondent (4%) said that his work liked by parents, 4 persons (16%) said that the colleagues 18 graduates indicated liked their work.  That there work was liked by all of the categories listed in questionnaire. Only one person (4%) said that his work was liked by none of the above. One respondent indicated that both pupils and parents liked his work.

19 person (76%) indicated that the attitude of the higher authorities a encouraging. 5 persons (20%) as in benefits with the number and one percent naming each are for writing books for one person (4%), payment for conducting refresher courses for 2 person (8%). 2 person (8%) indicated that they had obtained no financial benefit the listed financial benefits 13 persons (52%) got financial (4%) received financial benefits in terms of 1 advance received no advance increment at all.

One graduate (4%) declared the financial benefits very satisfying 10% persons (40%) satisfying and 14 persons (56%) not satisfying.

5 persons (20%) indicated the M.Ed. degree as having considerable improved their changes for promotion, 9 persons (36%) as having slightly improved their changes for promotion and 11 persons (44%) as having not affected their changes for promotion.

The graduates as following indicate participation in curriculum development activities:

Number and percent of respondent naming each of them are planning composition are writing work for your class by 3 persons (12%). Improvement of school tests by 7 persons (28%). Organizing home work in their subject in co-ordination with ether teachers by 3 persons (12%) and selecting books for their class by one person (4%). 9 respondents (36%) indicated that had participated in more than one activities while one person (4%) had participated none of a such activities. Out of 25 respondents 11 persons (44%) have improved their class result to great extant, 13 persons (44%) have improved their class results to great extant, 13 persons (52%) to some extant and 1 person (4%) to little extent. 6 students (24%) through parent-teacher association, explained important of education to the parents by 14 persons (56%) through personnel contact, by one person (4%) through correspondence and by 2 persons (8%) through parent-teacher association and personal contact. 2 respondents (8%) used none of these teaching for impressing upon the parents the important of education.

The names of activities with the number and parent of respondents participating in them after their graduation from Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan are educational conferences / seminars / symposium by person (20%). Writing articles on educational topics by 2 persons (8%) reading professional journals and books by 8 person (32%) corresponding with professional educationist on educationist issues by one person (4%) and miscellaneous. Activities by 2 persons (8%) 7 corresponding (28%) did not participate in any of these activities.

Giving suggestions to the Headmaster/ Mistress by 12 persons (48%) organizing groups of teachers and parents to study their educational problem by one person (4%) suggesting needed changes in educational to the higher authorities by 3 persons (12%) and feeling concerned about the progress of education in the country by 2 persons (8%). 7 respondents (28%) that they had participated in more than one activity in different combinations as shown on the table 26.

Out of 25 respondents only one person (4%) had got selection grade on the base of M.Ed. however 2 graduates (8%) had enjoyed move over to next scale on the basis of M.Ed. degree.

Out of 25 respondents 18 persons (72%) applied for various administrative and teaching posts, while 7 graduates (28%) did not applied for these posts. Only two graduates had got their desired job. i.e. (8%) other had not yet won the job applied for.


conclusions

  1. From the finding it can be concluded that a large majority i.e. (80%) were satisfied with the teaching profession.
  2. A vast majority (80%) of the respondents expressed their opinion to stay permanently in service.
  3. Almost half of graduates i.e. (48%) have started guidance and counseling programme at their own level; it shows that University College of D.G.Khan graduates are gradually introducing the modern techniques in their respective schools.
  4. The data collection through the questionnaire provided the evidence at Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan were successfully being applied by a majority (i.e. 96%) of them.
  5. A majority of the graduates indicated that the courses taken by them at University College of D.G.Khan were proving useful in teaching learning situations.
  6. The research finding show that a considerable number of graduates agreed too the present two semesters system; while a considerable minority i.e. (44%) had disagreed the present two-semester system. Majority of disagreed graduates had chosen the three-semester system including thesis work in third semester.
  7. The research finding show that the work of the graduates of University College of Education was liked by in most cases (72%) by all listed person in table 15, in some cases by parents and in some cases by colleagues.
  8. In most cases the attitude of the higher authorities is encouraging but some times the higher authorities did not display discouraging attitude, too.
  9. The financial benefits in the form of payment for writing articles, making examination papers, conduction refresher courses: and attending conferences ere being obtained by some of the graduates while majority (80%) were not getting any financial benefits.
  10. For majority of respondents the financial benefits occurring from the M.Ed. degree are to satisfying at all also, the degree has not effected their changes for promotion.
  11. Majority of S.S.T. graduates of Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan obtained the three prescribed increments in advance, while majority of S.V’s, P.T.C’s, E.S.T’s has not obtained any prescribed increments at all.
  12. From the research finding the fact come to the surface that the Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan graduates participated in curriculum activities in one way or another.
  13. There is a tendency among the majority of the respondents to convince the parents of the importance of education by employing different techniques such as parent-teacher association personal contacts and correspondence.
  14. Through data analysis conclusion can safely be drawn that a vast majority of the respondents (72%) are participating in the activities of professional growth such as attending educational conferences, seminars, and symposia, writing articles, reading professional journals and correspondence with professional leaders on educational issues. In the light of these finding can be further concluded that majority of Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan. graduates is interested in taken part in different activities affecting their professional growth.
  15. From finding it ca be concluded that majority of respondents (72%) applied for administrative and teaching posts such as Headmaster, Senior Headmaster, Assistant Director A.E.O. Lecturer and other etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


scope for further study

As this study was confined to a limited sample of 35 graduates posted in D.G.Khan division, Multan Division, Lahore Division and Gugrawanla Divisions. So it would be more appropriate if a study is conducted on cent percent population because the results of the limited sample are always subject to verification and con not be fully depended upon.

This study was conducted on M.Ed (secondary) programme graduates so the findings of the study are applicable to the population concerned. Ti would be very interesting if a similar study is conducted M.Ed (secondary) graduates residing in Govt. Elementary Teachers  Training College D.G.Khan. division and M.A in education graduates. Such a study would be helpful in making the comparison between B.Ed. (secondary) and M.A. in education (secondary) graduates in their efforts to improve education by applying new methods in teaching learning situation.


 

 
 

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