Vol. 3, Issue 9, Part I (2017)
A study of environmental awareness amongst NSS volunteers of St. Johns College, Agra
Dr. Samar Vir Singh Rathore and Vidhu Grace
The concept of National Service Scheme is started in the year 1969 to build a sense of social responsibility through teacher and student involvement in constructive service with the motto of "Not Me But You". NSS volunteers work in rural areas, adopted villages and school to the serving the cause of society through the survey, education and health awareness program. The study is undertaken to compare the environmental awareness of NSS volunteers of St. Johns College, Agra. By this research study, we have made an attempt to explain the design of the study, which includes details like locale of the study, variables of the study, tools used for the study, sample procedure and techniques employed for analysis of the data. For this study, the sample consisted of 45 NSS Volunteers of St. Johns College Agra taking all the above-selected parameters into consideration. The investigators selected Environment Awareness tool developed by Dr. Samar V.S, as a tool to estimate environmental awareness among the students. The tool comprised of fifty items, specifically highlighting the following five components, to measure the extent of awareness among the students for environmental pollution and its protection, cause of pollution, conservation of soil, forest, air etc., energy conservation, Human health and conservation of flora and fauna The data collected was processed for statistical analyses using SPSS (version: 16.0). The outcomes of this study will permit recognizing the level of awareness of NSS volunteers of St. John's College, Agra and be contributing applicable information as to future intercessions identifying with environmental awareness.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Samar Vir Singh Rathore and Vidhu Grace. A study of environmental awareness amongst NSS volunteers of St. Johns College, Agra. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(9): 576-580.