A STUDY ON ANXIETY AND ITS EFFECTS ON READING SKILLS AMONG BED TRAINEES
Keywords:Reading Skill, B.Ed Trainees, Level Of Anxiety, Reading Difficulty, Simple Random Sampling
It is a matter of great concern for the future society to witness the widely increasing array of psychological problems, like, academic stress, anxiety and depression. Every nation invests lot of money on education. Research survey on students ‘reports that at any given time there will be 10 to 20 percent of student population suffering from severe mental problems like stress, anxiety, depression, or emotional conflicts, who require immediate professional assistance. We often get to hear that people of different age groups, especially students going through depression. Anxiety, stress, insecurity seems to be building up from a tender age; seeds so sown crop up into big trees in the later lives. Students are so much arrested by anxiety, insecurity that under severe conditions they don’t even hesitate opting to commit suicide. The reason being, non-achievement of the desired goals or due to the firm faith in failure, greater academic demands, changes in family expectations, changes in social life, exposure to new environment, people, ideas and temptations. The paper is an attempt to identify anxiety in reading skill among B.Ed trainees.
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