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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part H (2017)

Institutional climate of B. Ed Colleges: A study of the Non-government B. Ed Colleges of Kamrup District of Assam

Author(s)
Dr. Dulumoni Goswami and Gitanajli Choudhury
Abstract
This paper aims to find out the climate level of different non-govt. teachers’ training colleges (B. Ed) of Kamrup District of Assam. Since teachers are reshaped and reoriented in these colleges under the care and supervision of teacher educators, the climate of these institutions is also a matter of discussion. The investigators try to see the climate of these training institutes with their locality. Results show that the climate level of these teachers’ training institutes are significant and different. The investigators also find that the institutional climate of rural and urban B.Ed. colleges is same in Kamrup District of Assam.
Pages: 510-512  |  822 Views  26 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Dulumoni Goswami, Gitanajli Choudhury. Institutional climate of B. Ed Colleges: A study of the Non-government B. Ed Colleges of Kamrup District of Assam. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(5):510-512.
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