Perception of higher secondary level tribal students towards their teachers behavior in special reference to Kalinga Institute of Social sciences

Rasmi Ranjan Puhan


The aim of the present study is to explore the perception of higher education +2 students of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) with special reference to the behaviour of teacher of their class room, also researcher focussed on effectiveness of teaching methods using in higher secondary level in different sections of institution and students understanding in the same time also tried to highlight the issues like friendly and unfriendly behaviour of their teachers within the classroom and outside. To gain an in-depth understanding of the topic, descriptive survey type of research design employed with 100 students of +2 second year were divided into two groups i.e. 60 female and 40 male. Two groups were assigned with two set of attitude scale to study their perception regarding teacher educator’s behavior and their friendly nature within the institution. To justify the title of the topic we framed two objectives along with same number of research questions. The findings of the study were that That is as much as the role of the teacher in the teaching-learning process cannot be underestimated; the study revealed that most of the respondents perceive their teacher as the custodian of knowledge, students like their teachers educators behaviour are knowledgeable, qualified, punctual, respectful, sincere, helpful, friendly and humorous behaviours etc.. in the last we also made some valuable suggestions for the teachers to handle such a huge tribal organization like: Care for children and should love to be with them, Understand children with social, cultural and political context, Be receptive and constantly learning., View learning as a search for meaning out of personal experience and knowledge etc.


Key Words: Perception, higher secondary level, tribal, teacher educator, KISS etc.

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