Volume : III, Issue : XII, December - 2013

A Study on the Performance Level of Scheduled Tribe Students in Academic and Non–Academic Activities in English in Rural Kamrup District of Assam

Kaberi Saha, Anju Kalita

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The following study has been carried out to find out whether differences exist in the achievement in language as a subject of school study among the scheduled tribe {ST} students residing in rural Kamrup district of Assam. Since education is a major indicator of socio–economic development, and especially fluency in English at present times is a necessity. The following study tried also to see the ST students performance and interest in non–academic activities such as literary writing, singing and other competitions in the English language i.e.in real contexts. The study is empirical in nature , the findings reveal that the Karbi students mean achievement in English is higher than other two categories, while it has been found that there is significant association between the items under non–academic dimension and the level of performance. Statistical techniques as F test, chi square, mean, median, SD etc have been used for analysis.

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Kaberi Saha, Anju Kalita A Study on the Performance Level of Scheduled Tribe Students in Academic and Non-Academic Activities in English in Rural Kamrup District of Assam Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.III, Issue.XII Dec 2013


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