Teacher Competence of Teachers Teaching Secondary Class Students in Relation to Institutional Effectiveness

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Dr. Amit Kauts, et. al.


The study brings in limelight the differences in the Teacher Competence of teachers in high effective schools and low effective schools. 174 CBSE Schools of Punjab State were taken as a sample. 10 teachers teaching secondary classes from each institution were selected randomly. Institutional Effectiveness Scale is administered to every institute. After that by applying Kelley’s 27% criterion, no. of high and low effective schools were 47 respectively. The study found that teacher competence in high effective institutes is higher than the low effective institutes. Female teachers are less competent as compared to male teachers in low effective institutes. In case of high effective institutes, male teachers are less competent than female teachers.

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