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Analysis of Importance of Emotional Quotient in Education

RAJIV VERMA; VIPIN JAIN; PUNEET SETHI

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 682-686
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.093

Emotional intelligence has been focused in recent times as the competition is going to increase day by day.  The handle of the emotional become more relevant in the competitive atmosphere. The youngster has to face the competition in their studies and sport, the adult has to handle their carries and sometimes their love life also. The employed person has to face a lot of stress at their workplace; even today’s fast-moving world has no guarantee of any misfortune in an individual’s life. Therefore, one needs to be emotionally enough strong to handle or control their emotions to come out from any unexpected circumstances. The emotional quotient has become a more sensitive issue to discuss apart from the intelligence quotient. The present paper has been written to address the level of the emotional intelligence of school-going students. 

School Education According to Indian National Education Policy 2020 – A Case Study

HARIKUMAR PALLATHADKA; DOLPRIYA DEVI MANOHARMAYUM; LAXMI KIRANA PALLATHADKA; VASISTA RAMA RANJAN MAKKI

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 265-271
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.038

In India, from the beginning, education is not considered as an investment. Education's role is of utmost importance in today's world as it leads to the overall development of an individual. As education provides human resources that lead to economic development, it is now a practical reality that much has to be done to uplift this sector towards new horizons of change. The Government tries to give importance to the educational sector, but this sector's allotment is comparatively less. After India's independence, the Government of India came up with various educational policies that give importance to the Universalization of education, raising the literacy level through the implementation of various programs, which is a great job. In recent times, the Government's new policy, i.e., National Education Policy 2020, has aimed to bring changes in the education field. In this article, school education reforms are given prominence, and 30 respondents are considered for the study.

Mathematical Connections and Their Relationship to Strategic Intelligence Among Students of Mathematics Department in The Colleges of Education

M. M. SHAIMA HUSSEIN MUHAMMAD; A.M.DR.ILHAM JABBAR FARIS

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 2193-2199
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.271

The present research aims to study the relationship between mathematical Connectionsand strategic intelligence for students of the mathematics department in the College of Education by answering the following questions:                                                                 

Do students of the Department of Mathematics in the College of Education possess mathematical Connection skills?
Do students of the mathematics department in the College of Education possess strategic intelligence?
What is the direction and strength of the Connectional relationship between mathematical Connections and strategic intelligence among students of the Mathematics Department in the College of Education?

In order to achieve the goal of the research and answer its questions, the researcher developed a set of hypotheses and the research community was identified, which represents students of the mathematics departments in the Faculties of Education in Baghdad Governorate (College of Education for Pure Sciences - Ibn Al-Haytham / Baghdad University and the College of Education Al-Mustansiriya University). The fourth is from the mathematics department at the College of Education, Ibn al-Haytham, as it consisted of (130) male and female students, divided into (79) male and (51) female students.

PERSONALITY-ORIENTED APPROACH TO STUDY: PROS AND CONS

IGOR ANIKIN; SVETLANA LAPTEVA; ANATOLIY KOZLOV

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 1454-1462
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.157

Background: New trends in the educational sector development are caused by the transformation of the society's socio-economic structure and by values changing. New tendency and pandemic conditions especially require more lability. It gives and more possibilities and more problems at the same time. Materials and Methods: It have been noted individual learning forms are not strange for most people. We have learned the pros and cons of the individual learning systems in front of both teacher and student. Results: The construction of the individual educational system is an urgent task of modern education. The development of information and communication technologies that took place at the end of the previous century has triggered global alterations, and the new interpretation of educational processes too. The individual approach is the most effective realization of the competency model because of its centered around each individual with his singularities. The article proposes to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the individual approach through the scheme: analysis of its base, components,and formulation of different tasks for each student. Discussions and Conclusions: Our outcomes demonstrate there is no single right, any learning form has its pros and cons. It depends on the learning direction, learning stimuli of the student, and teacher's proper to be in lability and new tendency

Personal Educational Actions Management for Students at the Stage of Primary General Education

SOFIA G.USMANOVA; ANNA V.MALOLETKOVA; GUZEL F.SAYFULLINA; REGINA R.GAZIZOVA; SVETLANA B.SEDOVA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 4247-4253
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.448

Background: The ongoing transformation of Russian society determines the requirements for a person, an active member of a new society. They must have a different motivation, a new style of behavior, qualitatively different thinking, which will allow them to work actively and live in new social relations. Based on this, new tasks are set for the education system, requiring a revision of the current goals and values of the educational system. The education system modernization is taking place, among other things, through the introduction of Federal State Educational Standards (or FSES). The FSES of the second generation states that its purpose is to determine and ensure the achievement of the requirements and conditions that are put forward by the state, aimed at the implementation of the main goal of the Russian educational system is the upbringing of a successful person, a citizen of a high level of morality, possessing modern knowledge, skills, and abilities, and respecting social ideals and values.
FSES of the second generation has a fundamental difference from previously implemented educational standards. It is based not only on the achievement of given subject results but on the formation of universal methods of educational activity in students, which determine the success of the child’s learning in the future at all educational stages. The new educational standard is based on the idea of the relationship and interdependence of the processes of education, training, and personal development. Seeing this, the goal of modern education is to shape the personality of the child.
Objective: based on theoretical and empirical research results, the aim is to develop, substantiate and test a program for managing the development of personal educational universal actions in younger schoolchildren.
Methods: theoretical: analysis, generalization, comparison, systematization; empirical: pedagogical observation, pedagogical experiment, testing, methods of mathematical and statistical processing, and data interpretation.
Findings: the characteristics of the personal development of junior schoolchildren are characterized; describes the goals and objectives of managing the personal development of students in the implementation of the federal state educational standard of primary general education; theoretically substantiated and characterized by a program for managing the formation of personal universal educational actions of primary schoolchildren. The developed program can be used by psychologists and teachers to organize work to manage the formation of personal universal educational actions of students at the stage of primary general education. The materials can be used by teachers and students in the process of preparing for lectures and practical classes.
Conclusion: students at the stage of primary general education have an insufficient level of development of personal universal educational actions. Program-targeted management of the process of forming personal universal educational actions of primary schoolchildren will ensure its effectiveness and efficiency.

Sporting activity among dental students-a survey

VIGNESH P; DHANRAJ GANAPATHY; BRUNDHA MP

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 2352-2360
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.246

A Dentist plays a crucial role in providing health education (General and Oral) to the community. Questions arise regarding their own health, which successively affects their patients’ counselling for leading a healthy and a physically active life. Physical activity or exercise can improve your health and reduce the danger of developing several diseases. Itcan have immediate and long-term health benefits. Most over, regular activity can improve your quality of life. The current study aimed to study the practice of physical activity among Dental students. The aim of the survey study is to create awareness and knowledge among people about Sporting activity among dental students. A questionnaire about  Sporting activities among dental students, the data are collected using google forms and the results were analysed through SPSS software. Descriptive statistical analysis was carried out and chi square test was  used and p value was calculated. According to the data collected about 51% of them said that 1 hour of physical activity is needed. and 37% of them said 2 hours is needed and the remaining 12% of them said 1 hour is needed. About 65% of the people have normal BMI 18.5 to 24.9, 13% of them are underweight which is less than 18.5, 10% of them are overweight 25 to 29.9 and 12% of them are obese which is 30 or more. A gender comparison was done on awareness of practicing sports on a daily basis, improvement in work life and negative effects. It was found that there was statistically non significant difference(p-value >0.05) between the awareness among the males and females in this study. Knowledge and awareness were  created among dental students about sporting activities.The prevalence of physical activity  was high among dental health professionals in this study. This higher prevalence of physical activity in the study group may be because the respondents were all health professionals and their income, education, and occupation likely led them to engage in healthier behaviors.

COVID-19: Lockdown- Perception of Faculty and Students towards Life, Society, Teaching, and Learning.

Dr Sheetal Mahendher; Dr. Hema Doreswamy; Prof. Veena Shenoy; Prof. Radhika Uttam

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 2811-2833

The purpose of this study is to examine the perception of faculties and students in Bangalore city about teaching, learning, and quality of life during this COVID 19 pandemic. The study is deductive in nature. In the study quantitative research technique is used by collecting responses from faculty and students of different demographical base. The finding of the study focuses on changing pattern of personal behavior of people during the lockdown, availability of essential commodities during the lockdown, opinion on punishment for people whose risky behavior leads to the spread of the coronavirus, and steps taken by the government of India during this lockdown period. This study helps practitioners and educationalists to plan the tactics and strategies for future disasters.

Learner-Centered Approach to Students

Nadtochiy Yu.B.; Yuliya B. Nadtochiy

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 1441-1453

For domestic pedagogy, the concepts of ‘learner-centered education’ and ‘learner-centered approach’ are no longer new. Can the learner-centered approach (style of interaction) be applied to students in higher education institutions? Or it may only be possible in preschool education institutions or in general education institutions? A many years' experience in applying the learner-centered approach to pupils (students) in practice shows that such approach has been effective at all levels of general and vocational education. This article discusses the specifics of the implementation of the learner-centered approach in the sphere of higher education, presents the criteria and indicators of such approach as well as the results of the student survey aimed at identifying the type of pedagogical interaction used.

Developing Teaching Capacity for Primary School Teachers in the Context of Education Innovation in Vietnam

Huynh Tan Hoi

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 2013-2021

Student educational capacity is the component competencies in the competency framework of the teacher, especially for homeroom teacher, it is the core and essential competency in student education. Teachers play an important role in developing direct technical workforce for the country. Therefore, teaching capacity is a component of the pedagogical capacity and the most important capacity of the teacher. The teaching capacity of teachers in general and teachers in Thai Nguyen province in particular becomes the output standard, a criterion for building and evaluating teaching capacity in training and fostering pedagogy. This educational capacity includes the component competencies, via the survey process at primary schools in Thai Nguyen city, Thai Nguyen province, it shows the inequality between the competencies of the qualified teachers; via organizing experiential activities and coordinating the educational forces to educate students, it is clear that the 3 groups of weak competencies mostly focus on learning the characteristics of students and students' families. Schools have implemented measures to develop educational capacity for primary teachers, but these are still formalistic, fragmented and ineffective. The practical survey results in this paper will be the valid basis for proposing a number of measures to develop educational capacity for homeroom teachers working as teachers at primary schools in Thai Nguyen City, Thai Nguyen Province.

Values Inculcation in Physical Education Courses: A Students’ and Teachers’ Perspective

Edna M. Bulaklak

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 4389-4396

Teaching about values affects the way teachers think and consequently influence the way they behave, which is manifested in actions. Teachers are not neutral with regard to values, as values are embedded within their attitudes and exhibited through their behavior. The inclusion of Physical Education (PE) as a subject area in all schools regardless of levels is mandated in Article XIV, Section 19 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution. This qualitative study purported to determine the role of Physical Education teachers in the inculcation of values among college students. Twelve physical education teachers and eighty physical education students in the university have been chosen using criterion sampling. The findings revealed that the strength of the Physical Education teachers depended on how they perform their roles in instilling values among their students. They thread on being a model, a counselor, and a public relation specialist. But they needed to strengthen further their role of being a facilitator and a mentor. It is also important to enhance the skills of the teachers in assessing their student's value system.

Education Responsibility Protection Environmental For Students: Duties, Requirements And Necessity

Pham Van Luong; Vu Hong Van

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 155-166

Currently, the living environment is heavily polluted, largely due to the destruction of humans. With regard to environmental pollution, the responsibilities of each Vietnamese citizen are the same. Any citizen needs to seriously comply with state regulations, raise their own awareness to contribute to preserving and protecting the environment. However, for many years, the awareness of environmental protection of students is attached and the work of educating the awareness of environmental protection in universities has not been paid attention. In order to have an accurate basis for assessing the awareness, responsibility of environmental protection and the importance of educating about environmental protection responsibility among students, the group surveyed 1,500 students, 120 lecturers, 20 organizing unions and associations in universities. Survey results showed that, education on environmental protection responsibility is very necessary; that is a requirement and a task that needs to be done immediately to raise students’ awareness in protecting the environment

Punctuality Pattern Among Dental Students

ARUN KISHORE RN; DHANRAJ GANAPATHY; KEERTHI SASANKA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 2065-2073
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.254

Background: Punctuality is a sign of professionalism and helps you to stand as a reliable and trustworthy individual.When a person becomes punctual , everything falls into places , you get discipline in life and also it helps you to reach greater heights . Punctuality is one of the major  concerns in the day to day life scenario. The level of punctuality largely influences one's confidence and  their attitude. Being Punctual is mainly based on time management and it is the main reason behind success .Time management issue is greatly influenced by perception and behaviour. Materials and Method: The questions were prepared and distributed through an online survey planet link the participants well explained about the study and the results were collected and statistically analysed. Result and discussion:  From the analysed results we can see that the majority of the dental students are punctual to their classes and there exists a pattern of punctuality among the students.Conclusion: From the survey, it was evident that majority of the dental students are punctual to their classes and there also exists a punctual pattern among dental college students.

Inclination of Politics Among Dental Students

HEMANTH RAGAV N V; DHANRAJ GANAPATHY; KEERTHI SASANKA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 2094-2101
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.257

Politics is so much required as it offers students a platform to develop their leadership skills. The absence of politics in college campuses threatens to make them authoritarian and undemocratic, which is not good. It was an agreed statement that political parties have already destroyed our country and now are bent upon misguiding our youths with financial and judiciary powers. Student politics is generally viewed by those in authority as a negative factor, something to be eliminated from Academic life. Student politics sometimes affects higher education and on occasions sweeps beyond the campus to have disruptive implications for the political system. The Cross sectional study was done on dental students in tamilnadu. A well structured. Questionnaires on basis of inclination of politics among dental students were taken into consideration. This is an online based survey study and taken in english language.The sampling method used was a simple random sampling method. 10 Questionnaires were prepared and were administered through Google forms. In this study, 100 dental students were given the questionnaire and then the data was analysed. Mostly(85%) first year students responded to our survey. 64% of students responded that they like politics and the remaining 39% responded that they don’t like politics. According to the above survey we conclude that the attitude of the students shows a positive response of interest towards politics among the Dental students.