Vol. 3, Issue 3 (2016)
Personality traits working and non-working teacher’s trainees and its effect on achievement
Author(s): Sunita Thombre, B.C. Mahapatra
Abstract: This paper is devoted towards study the effect of “Personality Traits Working and Non-Working Teachers Trainees and Its Effect on Achievement” in Indian situation and may be acceptable in global context. With certain delimitation the study result with some variables with their interactional effect on personality, achievement with respect to working and non-working women teachers trainees at bachelor level. Four hundred teachers’ trainees at B.Ed. level were selected randomly from different teachers trainees Colleges from Indore division and on the basis of the gender with employed and non-employed basis data were collected with respect to personality and achievement of the trainees. Personality was measured 16PF developed by S. D. Kapoor (1970) and the achievement test was taken their overall performance made by their performance test by the college. It was found that, personalities with extrovert in nature are achieving more with respect to their working group women. It is found that, effect of working on the basis of extrovert nature effect achievement of the teacher’s trainees. The percentage analysis pointed out higher than that of respect categories. It shows working helps achievement with the nature of the personality of teachers trainees.