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Original article | International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 2019, Vol. 10(1) 54-65

Emotional self- efficacy amongsenior secondary school students: An Exploratory Study of Kashmir

Nimisha Beri & Aadil Mohd Akhoon

pp. 54 - 65   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1805-08-0001

Published online: March 15, 2019  |   Number of Views: 120  |  Number of Download: 481


Abstract

The present study was conducted to find the level of Emotional self-efficacy among senior secondary school students. Emotional self-efficacy is known as individual’s faith about their capacity to categorize and accomplish courses of action necessary to achieve desired outcomes. In order to obtain accurate and relevant data descriptive survey method and stratified random sampling technique was used in the present study. The sample size of the study was 202 senior secondary school students from Baramulla district of Kashmir. In order to collect data for the study scale on Emotional self-efficacy by Dr. Nimisha Beri and Manisha Jain (2015) was used. The objective of the study was to analyze the level of emotional self –efficacy and to find the differences in emotional self-efficacy with respect to gender and type of school. The results of the study revealed that maximum students are having average level of Emotional self-efficacy, no difference was found in Emotional self-efficacy among male and female senior secondary school students but government and private senior secondary school students differed significantly in emotional self-efficacy.

Keywords: Emotional self-efficacy, Secondary School Students, Kashmir, Exploratory


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Beri, N. & Akhoon, A.M. (2019). Emotional self- efficacy amongsenior secondary school students: An Exploratory Study of Kashmir . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 10(1), 54-65.

Harvard
Beri, N. and Akhoon, A. (2019). Emotional self- efficacy amongsenior secondary school students: An Exploratory Study of Kashmir . International Journal of Research in Teacher Education, 10(1), pp. 54-65.

Chicago 16th edition
Beri, Nimisha and Aadil Mohd Akhoon (2019). "Emotional self- efficacy amongsenior secondary school students: An Exploratory Study of Kashmir ". International Journal of Research in Teacher Education 10 (1):54-65.

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