International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part L (2017)
Comparative study on total interest pattern between higher secondary level arts and science stream students
Interest is a behavior orientation towards certain objects, activities or experiences. The purpose of the study was to find out the total major vocations and avocations interest pattern among different streams (arts and science) of higher secondary level students. To determine the total major vocation and avocation interest pattern of two large groups. To find out if there is any difference in total major vocations and avocations interest pattern of arts stream and science stream subjects. Hundred (100) male students (50 arts stream students and 50 science stream students) were selected through purposive sampling method by the researcher at Latbagan High School as the subjects for this study. All male student of class XI and XII aged between 16 to 20 years from Barrackpore City. In this study causal comparative research design is used. The hypothesis selected for this study there was no significant deference in total vocations and avocations interest pattern of higher secondary level arts and science stream students. The psychological variable for this study was total major vocation and avocation interest pattern. This variable was measured by The Guilford-Zimmerman Interest Inventory (Joan S. Guilford and Wayne S. Zimmerman 1973). The data were analyzed by Mean and Guilford-Zimmerman Interest Inventory Norms. According to Norms (GZII) arts and science stream of total major vocation and avocation interest pattern mean score were significantly different. So it may be told that arts stream students (25.7) have less major vocation and avocation interest pattern than science stream subjects (28.1)
How to cite this article:
Md. Lokman Saikh, Selina Parvin. Comparative study on total interest pattern between higher secondary level arts and science stream students. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(6):840-843.