Professional Ethics of Secondary School Teachers with special reference to type of School.

  • Dr. Aashiq Ahmad Thoker University of kashmir
Keywords: Professional Ethics, Secondary School Teacher, School

Abstract

The present study focuses on the level of Professional ethics of the teachers working in Government and private schools of Kashmir Division. By using the descriptive survey method  800 respondents were drawn by the investigator under  random sampling technique from the school teachers working at  higher secondary levels. Professional Ethics Scale developed by  Mattoo, M. I. & Thoker, A. A. was uses for data collection. The data was subjected to statistical treatment by using percentage, Mean, Standard Deviation, and  ‘t’ test. Results revealed that impact of school seems to be significant on level of professional ethics of teachers. However, Private School teachers were found high level of ethical consciousness towards their profession as compared to Government School teachers. 

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2018-01-02
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