Iflah Sultan

Iflah Sultan
University of Kashmir · Department of Education

M.Ed M.A Education (Gold Medalist) UGC NET-JRF (Education) JKSET

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Additional affiliations
December 2017 - present
University of Kashmir
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
March 2014 - March 2016
University of Kashmir
Field of study
  • Education

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Publications (10)
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Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) is a scheme sponsored by central government of India in order to provide quality and secondary education. The scheme was launched by Government of India in 2009. The Scheme mainly aims at enhancing access to Secondary education and to improve its quality. It aims to augment the enrolment rate to 90% at sec...
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Parental encouragement is one of the important factors responsible for the success of the student. It has a great impact on the outcome of the students learning process. The present study aims to study the Levels of Parental Encouragement among First Generation and Non-First Generation high school students of Kashmir. The sample of the study consis...
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The present study was conducted to assess the study habits and self esteem of secondary school students in relation to gender and type of family. The sample of 226 students studying in the secondary schools of Kashmir was selected through Stratified simple random sampling technique. Study habits inventory developed by B.V. Patel and Self esteem inv...
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The purpose of the present study is to examine the challenges faced by children with disabilities in inclusive schools of Kashmir valley. The paper analyzes the case of children with disabilities studying in the inclusive schools of Kashmir. In this study various challenges faced by the children with disabilities in inclusive schools are discussed....
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The present study was an attempt to explore religious orientation and mental health among male and female university students. The data for the present study consists of 200 university students (Males 105 & Females 95)] belonging to various departments of Aligarh Muslim University. The data collected was treated by using appropriate statistical tec...
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Higher education is that stage of education that plays a key role in making the relationship between education and society stronger. In the national development it is one of the essential means. Higher education institutions should function with the true spirit of proliferating knowledge, changing society and bringing peace and harmony in the count...
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Abstarct: The present study was conducted to compare the Academic anxiety of rural and urban secondary school students. The sample of the study consisted of 400 secondary school students (200 rural and 200 urban) who were selected randomly from the different secondary schools of Srinagar (as urban district) and Ganderbal (as rural district). The sa...
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The school climate has proven to have a strong impact on the student achievement, student activities, behaviour, health and education in general. This study examined the School Climate of Govt. Secondary Schools of Ganderbal district of J&K. The impact of School Climate on Mental health of Govt. Secondary School students was studied and what teache...
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The present study intends to examine the problems and challenges of continuous comprehensive evaluation in schools of Kashmir valley. The variety of parameter has been examined to analyze the continuous comprehensive evaluation in the schools of Kashmir valley. In the study various problems of continuous comprehensive evaluation have been discussed...

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