Ujjwal Kumar Halder

Ujjwal Kumar Halder
University of Gour Banga · Education

Ph. D.

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Introduction
Currently working on achievement correlates and application of social medias in education. Generally, follows quantitative research methods.
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November 2018 - November 2021
University of Gour Banga
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  • Associate Professor

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Modern education is technology-based. Every aspect of the present education system is enriched by technological principles and practices. Technology-based education mixes all three forms of education i.e., informal, formal and non-formal education. Hybrid Learning is one of the technology-based teaching-learning methods. It is an asynchronous learn...
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We know and have experienced the dangerous effect of COVID-19 pandemic in human life. Everyone has faced a lot of problems in daily life activities all over the world. Due to the rapid spreading of covid-19, India Govt. took a decision for lockdown in everywhere such as shut down of educational institutions, no transportation etc. in the entire cou...
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Cyclones are almost regular incidents due to prolonged fetch of Bay-of-Bengal and the character is destructive. Years after year people of Sundarbans are facing the cyclone and it is one of the significant reasons for their poverty. Owing to presence of mangroves, the entire coastal area remain safe from major destructions. So, the importance of Ma...
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Cyclones are almost regular incidents due to prolonged fetch of Bay-of-Bengal and the character is destructive. Years after year people of Sundarbans are facing the cyclone and it is one of the significant reasons for their poverty. Owing to presence of mangroves, the entire coastal area remain safe from major destructions. So, the importance of Ma...
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With the progress of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), we are witnessing a new phenomenon- information disorder on a global scale. It has direct and indirect impacts which are difficult to quantify, but long- term implications on ICT. Information Disorder represents Disinformation, Misinformation, and Mal-information which are creat...
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Mother tongue is an important part of our life. However, during the pre-independent period in India mother-tongue had been severally neglected. Due to the socio-political and economical pressure it was difficult in British occupied India to ignore the use of English language. However, the role of mother-tongue cannot be ignored for the achievement...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between emotional intelligence and academic achievement of higher secondary students. The objectives of the study also include the presentation of gender-wise correlation between emotional intelligence and academic achievement of higher secondary students. 800 students were randomly selected f...
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The present study was undertaken to (i) explore the relation between personality and mental health of higher secondary students and (ii) investigate the gender differences in the personality and mental scores of the higher secondary students. 252 students were randomly selected from four higher secondary schools in Uttar Dinajpur district of West B...
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To survive in harmony with oneself and the environment is the wish of every human being. However, in present times greater physical and emotional demands are constantly placed upon many areas of life. As a result, many people suffer from physical and mental tension such as stress, anxiety, insomnia, and there is an imbalance in physical activity an...
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The present study was undertaken to investigate the relation between personal value and academic achievement of higher secondary students. The objectives of the study also include the presentation of gender-wise correlation between personal value and academic achievement of higher secondary students. 800 students were randomly selected from eleven...
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The difference between the mother tongue among tribal and non-tribal population is very much prominent. The tribal child in a normal school hence faces problems in communicating with peers or with teachers. In this paper, the researchers focused on those language problems among tribal and non-tribal students of primary schools in Bankura district....
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Mobile learning, also known as M-Learning, is the ability to provide educational contents and resources on personal pocket devices such as smartphones, tablets, PDAs, iPads, mobile phones etc. Mobile learning is increasingly attracted the interest of educators, researchers, and companies that develop learning systems and publish instructional mater...
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The Education for All (EFA) movement is a global commitment to provide quality basic education for all children, youth and adults. Inclusive education is also a new approach towards educating the children with diverse abilities andlearning difficulties with that of normal ones within the same manner. It seeks to address the learning needsof all chi...
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The current study was conducted to explore correlation between adjustment and test anxiety among the secondary students with respect to their gender and locality of the students of secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education in Dakshin Dinajpur District, West Bengal. The investigators adopted an adjustment inventory...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between mathematics anxietyand socioeconomic statusof the secondary students with respect to their gender and locality. The researchers applied Math Anxiety Scale (Bengali medium) and SocioEconomic Scale developed by Halder on 320 students, randomly selected as the sample of the study from sec...
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The present study was conducted on 400 teachers of secondary schools in three selected districts in West Bengal. The teaching effectiveness was estimated by a self-rating scale, namely Jayaraman's Teacher Effectiveness Scale (JTES) developed by Jayaramanna. The primary aim of this study was to explore the differences in teaching effectiveness of th...
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In this chapter, the provisions for empowerment of women, challenges of Muslim women empowerment and strategies to overcome the challenges were elaborated.
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Marginalization is the common phenomena of all the societies in the world. In every society, there is marginality in any form. However, the core bases of marginalization differ from society to society. In Indian society, division of population on the bases of birth as per the preambles of Varna system became core base of marginalization. Marginaliz...
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Massive Open Online Course or MOOC is expected to bring a revolution in the distance education not only in India but also in the world in the coming days of 21st Century. The term MOOC was coined by Dave Cormier of the University of Prince Edward Island in the year 2008 in relation to Extended Education and online learning. And only in 2012 it has...
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Since 2013, Kanyashree Prakalpa has been one of the most discoursing schemes of the Government of West Bengal. It was primarily introduced to incentivize the unmarried girl students of class VIII to XII of the age group of 13-18 years. But this scheme is not only an incentivizing scheme. This is more than that. Through incentivizing, the Government...
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This paper highlights the initiatives of Bishnois community in protection of environment particularly in vegetation and wild life. It also focuses the principles of Bishnoism. The Bishnois are one of the first organized proponents of eco-conservation, wildlife protection, and green living. The Bishnois are considered as the first environmentalists...
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The human rights refer to all rights that are present in our existing society.Without human rights one cannot live as human beings in our existing society. Human rights are the basic rights that a person irrespective of race, caste, gender, creed, religion or any other background cannot be denied anywhere and or at any condition.
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The word 'Yoga‘ is derived from the Sanskrit root 'Yuj‘, means 'to join‘ or 'to yoke‘ or 'to unite‘. Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is a science and art of healthy living. Geography is a science of time and space, which is highly related to...
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The present study was made to investigate the relationship between job satisfaction and teacher effectiveness of the secondary school teachers in West Bengal. Two scales were adopted and applied in the study which name were (i) the Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) developed by Singh and Sharma (1999) and (ii) Jayaraman's Teacher Effectiveness Scale (JT...
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The researchers intended to design a study to explore the differences in the Muslim girl students' self-esteem due to their locality and levels of academic achievement. In this connection, the researcher's adopted and applied the Self-Esteem Inventory developed by Sharma and Hossain (2015) to collect the data on self-esteem of the Muslim girl stude...
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The present study was made to investigate the relationship between teacher adjustment and teacher effectiveness of the secondary school teachers in West Bengal. Two scales were used in the study, namely – (i) Teacher Adjustment Scale developed by Mangal and (ii) Jayaraman’s Teacher Effectiveness Scale (JTES) developed by Jayaramanna to collect the...
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The present study was conducted to find out the differences in personality among the postgraduate students due to their gender, locality and disciplines. The investigators adopted the NEO Five Factor Personality Inventory by McCrae and Costa (1989) for required data. The test was translated in Bengali and the reliability of the NEO-FFI had been est...
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The present study was conducted to find out the relation between personality and attitude towards the use of Facebook among the postgraduate students. In this connection, the investigators adopted and used two tests-i) the NEO Five Factor Personality Inventory by McCrae and Costa (1989) to study the personality of respondents and ii) Test of Attitu...
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The present study was carried to find out the relation between self-concept and attitude towards the use of Facebook among the postgraduate students in terms of their gender, locality. The investigator adopted two tests-i) The Self-Concept Scale (SCS) developed and standardized by Halder (2015) and ii) Test of Attitude towards Facebook Use develope...
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The focus of the paper was on the attitude of the post graduate students towards the use of Computer within the various post graduate departments at University of Gour Banga. The survey method of descriptive research was adopted for the study. Using the simple random sampling technique, 395 students were selected from nine different post graduate d...
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The present study was to investigate the job satisfaction of the secondary school teachers of West Bengal. The main objective of the study was to explore the differences among the job satisfaction of the secondary school teachers in terms of their gender, locality of the schools, marital status, nature of job and the levels teaching experiences. Th...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between aggression and academic achievement among the higher secondary students. To achieve this goal, 250 students of class XI were selected as the sample from four higher secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) in Dakshin Dinajpur Distri...
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The focus of this study is to examine the correlation between Self-concept and Mental Health of the higher secondary level students in Alipurduar district. In this paper, two standardized test were adopted namely, Self-concept Scale developed by Singh and Singh (1988) and Mental Health Inventory (MHI) developed by Jagdish and Srivastav (1995) to co...
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The present study was conducted to explore difference in academic stress and academic performance among the higher secondary students with respect to their gender and to estimate the relation between academic stress and academic performance of the students of class XI of Bengali medium higher secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Council...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relationship between teacher adjustment and job satisfaction of the secondary school teachers in West Bengal. Two scales were adopted in this study namely, (i) Teacher Adjustment Scale developed by developed by Mangal (2007) and (ii) Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) developed by Singh and Sharma (1999) for...
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Adjustment is the essential process and need of every human being. All human beings survive in earth through the adjustment process. Hence, the focus of the present study is to explore the differences in teacher adjustment of secondary school teachers due to their gender, locality, marital status, designation and teaching experience. Teacher Adjust...
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The present study was conducted to find out the differences in self-concept of the postgraduate students due to their gender, locality and disciplines. The investigators adopted a Self-Concept Scale (Halder, U.K., 2015) to collect required data from 400 post graduate students of seven departments of Arts and Humanities Faculty of the University of...
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The focus of the study was on the attitude of the college level students towards the use of mobile phone within the various departments of UG honours subjects of Raiganj University. The survey method of descriptive research was adopted for the study. Using the simple random sampling technique, 329 students were selected from various under graduate...
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The present study was conducted to explore the difference among postgraduate students' attitude towards the use of Facebook in terms of their gender, locality and disciplines. The investigators adopted a Test of Attitude towards the Facebook Use for required data. For this purpose, researchers use t-test and ANOVA. The study explored that there is...
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Text messaging is one kind of communication in which every mobile user can send and receive their message even through a feature phone. The present study explores the correlation between the attitude towards text messaging and socioeconomic status of post graduate students of the University of Gour Banga. The researchers adopted two scales namely,...
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English language is the most important language in the present era. From education to business, in all the spheres it is the utmost need to be efficient in English language. But in India it is a foreign language and in most of the schools with regional language for instruction, it is treated as the second language. Learners usually encounter diffic...
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Now-a-days, Mobile phone become an integral part of everyday life and it has become a toy in hand of every human being. Also the evolution of the internet and its applications has led to a notable increase in concern about social networking sites like facebook, twitter, Instagram etc. The college level students are using mobiles and spending time w...
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Yoga is one of the most ancient cultural heritage of India, which focuses on bringing harmony among body, mind and spirit. It is an art and science of healthy living. ‘Salaah’ or ‘Namaz’, the second pillar of Islam, is one of the mandatory duty of a Muslim. Through ‘Salaah’, Muslims can develop their body as well as soul regularly five times in a d...
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The present study was conducted to explore attitude towards Text Messaging of the Post Graduate students of the University of Gour Banga in West Bengal, India. The researchers adopted the Scale of Attitude towards Text Messaging to collect his data of 300 samples. They applied the 't' test to find out the differences. The study, however, explored t...
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In this chapter, the authors presented the major advantages of ICT integration in teacher education.
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In this chapter, the authors presented the elaboration of the role of ICT in Teacher Education in 21st century.
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Social networking sites and applications provides the opportunities for the new generation of people offering better communication and activities without taking into account place and time. Therefore, people spend lots of time with their mobile phone and social networking sites and applications at same time. The college level students are using mob...
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ICT have become common place entities in all aspects of daily life. The use of ICT in education lends itself to more student-centered learning settings. With the world moving rapidly into digital media and information, the role of ICT in education is becoming more and more important. The present study was conducted to estimate the attitude of train...
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The present study was conducted to explore difference in adjustment and academic achievement among the secondary students with respect to their gender and religion and to estimate the relation between adjustment and academic achievement of the students of class IX of Bengali medium secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary...
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In this chapter the principles, characteristics, strengths and weaknesses of Democratic Classroom were elaborated.
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Higher education is a global phenomenon. Higher education system plays pivotal role for the country's overall development including industrial, social, economic, political, etc. Indian higher education system is the second largest in the world after USA. Privatization of higher education was initiated in 1991 with the initiation of the Liberalizati...
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The present study was conducted to explore the status of aggression of the boy and girl students of class X of secondary schools in Malda District. 300 students were selected as the sample of the study and the Aggression Scale developed by G. P. Mathur and Raj Kumari Bhatnagar-2004) was applied to collect the data of the urban and rural sample. Ind...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between personality and attitude towards science of the students of class X of Bengali medium secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education in Malda District, West Bengal. The researchers adopted a Personality Scale and a Scale of Attitude towards Science to coll...
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The concept of women empowerment was introduced at the international women conference at NAROIBI in 1985. Women empowerment is empowering the women to take their own decisions for their personal dependent. Empowering women is to make them independent in all aspects from mind, thought, rights, decisions, etc by leaving all the social and family limi...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between emotional intelligence and mental health of the students of class XI (Arts Stream) of Bengali medium higher secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education in Malda District, West Bengal. The researcher adopted an Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS)...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between ST parents' attitude towards education and academic achievement of the ST students of class IX of Bengali medium secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education in Malda District, West Bengal. The researcher developed and standardized a scale Attitude towar...
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The present study was conducted to explore the relation between parental attitude towards education and academic achievement of the students of class VII of Bengali medium secondary schools affiliated to the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education in Murshidabad District, West Bengal. The researcher adopted the Attitude towards Education Scale for...
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The authors presented a study on attitude of school teachers towards value education in this chapter.
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The essence of this chapter is to present the application of Role Playing Model in Value Education.
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Attitude is the belief that one has towards people and surroundings. In case of education, students’ positive attitude may influence their academic achievement. From the present study, the researchers also highlight that there are some prime factors like anxiety, socio-economical status etc. which may create barrier for academic achievement. In the...
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21ST century can be indicated as the century of competition. Everywhere there is a race, a competition. With the huge development in science and technology, all part of the world is connected with this competition. Especially in the field of education, this competition rapidly increased among the students. To survive in this competition, educationa...
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Self-concept is a core component of classroom performance. It is evident that a student with appropriate self-concept would perform his/her level in every sphere of activities. One would be fully functioning person by owning ideal self. Classroom performance is overall performance or behaviour presentation in different activities of the classroom....
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Demand of the human society is much more than essential needs but the capacity of ecosystem is limited. Highly increasing population density, luxurious life leading, deforestation, decreasing social values, unscientific over-uses of underground resources, lack of attempting recycling process etc., ecology and ecosystem are going to lose their balan...
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Self-confidence is an essential criteria of the students in high academic achievement. It is also the factor of mathematical calculations without which the students cannot be able to perform mathematical errorless operations. Math anxiety, in the other hand is debilitating factors which hinder the performance of the students in their mathematical o...
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The present researchers made an effort to develop a Multidimensional Scale of Test Anxiety (MSTA) for measuring the levels of test anxiety among the students studying in Secondary Level of education in West Bengal. They conducted two study for (i) Development and determining the Internal Consistency, Factor Structure and Construct Validity of the S...
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The present researchers made an effort to develop a Multidimensional Scale of Test Anxiety (MSTA) for measuring the levels of test anxiety among the students studying in Secondary Level of education in West Bengal. They conducted two study for (i) Development and determining the Internal Consistency, Factor Structure and Construct Validity of the S...
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The present researchers made an effort to develop a Multidimensional Scale of Test Anxiety (MSTA) for measuring the levels of test anxiety among the students studying in Secondary Level of education in West Bengal. They conducted two study for (i) Development and determining the Internal Consistency, Factor Structure and Construct Validity of the S...
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In this research paper the researchers made an attempt to investigate the difference, if any, between male and female students of rural minority community in respect to their math anxiety and math achievement scores. They also tried to find out the correlation between math anxiety and math achievement scores. A sample of 222 (103 male and 119 femal...
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Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo are very influential sons of India who contributed every sphere of the nation as well as its education system. Both of them are the pioneers in the field of Indian Education and have given their concepts of education, aims of education, methods of teaching, curricular areas, teacher-taught relationships and the o...
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This chapter presented the concept of Right to Education alongwith its historical perspectives, prospects and perspective in Indian education
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This chapter was an essence of a study conducted on trainee teachers to reveal their attitude towards the use of mobile phone in education.
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An attempt was made in the present investigation to assess the distance learners' attitude towards distance education on the basis of gender (male & female), locality (urban & rural) marital status (married & unmarried), and employment status (employed & unemployed). A sample of 200 distance learners who are engaged under Bachelor Degree Programme...

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