A STUDY OF RISK-TAKING BEHAVIOUR OF TRIBAL HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTSJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.5, No. 25)
Publication Date: 2018-02-04
Authors : Rajwant singh; Sunil kumar Sain;
Page : 7223-7231
Keywords : _-Risk-taking behaviour; and tribal students_;
The development of the individual's ability to adjust, control and modify the situation as per theirlifestruggle is called education. To get success in life, students want to go beyond their capability and involve in those work in which success and results are not sure and in this way they take risk.The present research aims to study the Risk-taking behaviour of tribal higher secondary students. Selfmade five dimensional Risk-taking ability scale was used for measuring the modernity of tribal students. The population of this study was those students who are studying in higher secondary school of Bilaspur district which is govern by C.G. board. Total 600 tribal students from the population were selected by multy-stage cluster stratified random sampling technique. Mean, S.D., and t- ratio were used for data analysis. The result revealed that theRisk-taking behavior of government and private higher secondary tribal students are not significantly differ. However Tribal students are significantly differ in their Risk-taking behaviouron the basis of their gender and class level.
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