May 15, 2017
Mental Health Status of High School Teachers
Education plays a very vital role in our life. Education is that which transforms a person to live a better life and even in a social well being. Education is the one that doing something positive in our near future. Education is conceived as a powerful agency, school education plays a great role in everyone’s life. The whole process of education is shaped by the human personality called the teacher, who plays a pivotal role in any system of education, teaching is considered as one of the oldest and noblest career .Teachers are the most powerful agents who influence the behavior of the students and therefore teachers should have emotional constancy as well as healthy approach towards life. Health of teacher, both physical and psychological ads to the efficiency of his/her work. The aim of this study was to analyze the mental health status of high school teachers. The main objectives were to assess the mental health status of male, female, urban, rural, Government, private, language and non- language teaching high school teachers. To realize the objectives and to test the hypotheses that was formulated. The highly standardized Mental Health Inventory (MHI) by Jagdish and Srivastava were used to assess the mental health status of teachers, a total sample of 130 male and female high school teachers of private and Government were selected .The data was analyzed using mean, Standard deviation, ‘t’- test and one way ANOVA. Results revealed that Government high school teachers’ mental health status is higher than private high school teachers; female school teachers’ mental health status is higher than the male school teachers. Urban high school teacher mental health status is higher than the rural high school teachers and non-language high school teacher’s mental health status is higher than the language high school teachers.
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© 2017 Maheswara S
How to cite this article:
Maheswara S (2017), Mental Health Status of High School Teachers, International Journal of Indian Psychology, Volume 4, Issue 3, DOI: 10.25215/0403.046, DIP:18.01.046/20170403
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Volume 04, Issue 3, April-June, 2017