Role Ability among the Middle Class Principals (Khargone (M.P.) India)

Shri Krishna Mishra, Badri Yadav

Abstract


Role ability is an influencive self-regulatory mechanism for enhancing the effectiveness of a person in a particular role. Present study aimed to investigate the level of various aspects of role ability among the principals of secondary schools with reference to their sex and school locale. The study was conducted on 100 school principals of Khargone district (M.P.) It was found that although, in general, the level of role ability among the principals is high; there are few aspects which need to be improved upon. Few measures to be adopted by principals and the administrators have also been suggested.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v5i1.3444

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