Parental Guidance

Topics: Preschool education, Kindergarten, Nursery school Pages: 18 (4425 words) Published: May 24, 2011
ANALYSIS OF RESPONSES: (Sample Size of 25)
Table No. 1
Case A: Child already admitted to Preschool
13 (52%)

Case B: Child needs to be admitted to Preschool
12(48%)
From the above interviews it was seen that 52% of the parents were in the category of child already admitted to Preschool and 48% of the parents were in the category of child who needed to be admitted to Preschool. Table No. 2: General Information

Parents InterviewedFather Mother
1) Number of Parents6 (24%)19(76%)
Interviewed
The Total sample size of the parents were 25 nos. General information about the child was gathered more from the mothers i.e 19(76%) and only 6(24%) fathers were interviewed. 2) -------------------------------------------------

Occupation Father Mother
a) -------------------------------------------------
In Business8(32%) -
b) -------------------------------------------------
In Service16(64%)1(4%)
c) -------------------------------------------------
In Others1(4%)1(4%)
d) -------------------------------------------------
Homemaker-22(88%)
e) -------------------------------------------------
In Self Employment -1(4%)
It was seen that 88% of the mothers were homemakers and 64% of the fathers were in service, followed by 32% in business. 3) -------------------------------------------------
A) QualificationFather Mother
a) -------------------------------------------------
Post Graduation8(32%)7(28%)
b) -------------------------------------------------
Graduate12(48%)14(56%)
c) -------------------------------------------------
Higher Secondary2(8%)4(16%)
d) -------------------------------------------------
High School3(12%)-
Both Father and Mothers were well qualifies as graduates i.e.56% mothers and 48% fathers, followed by post graduates, father at 32% and mothers at 28% B) Language spoken at home by all
a) English 0(None)
b) Hindi 7(28%)
c) Marathi 11(44%)
d) Others 7(28%)

Since the interviews of the Parents were at Navi-Mumbai, it was seen that the language spoken at home by most of the people were Marathi(44%) followed by Hindi(28%) and also other languages at 28%

C) Family System
a) Joint Family 13(52%)
b) Nuclear Family 12(48%)

It is seen that the joint family system is still dominant in Navi-Mumbai with 52% of the people who prefer to stay with their in-laws and relatives.

D) Gender of the Child
a) Female 15(60%)
b) Male 10(40%)

The ratio of female and male children was 60:40

E) Ordinal position of the child
a) 1st born 22(88%)
b) 2nd born 3(12%)

Young parents with 1st born children were 22 in number i.e. (88%)

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY

-------------------------------------------------
Table 3: Proximity of School from residence
-------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------
Proximity Case ACase B
a) -------------------------------------------------
0-5 kms13(52%)11(44%)
b) -------------------------------------------------
6-10 kms-1(4%)
c) -------------------------------------------------
10-20 kms--
Case A : Children already admitted to Preschool
Case B : Children needed to be admitted to Preschool
In both the cases, the parents preferred sending their children to schools at the proximity of (0-5Kms) -------------------------------------------------
Table 4: Preferred PreschoolAB
a) -------------------------------------------------
Attached to the main school8(32%)6(24%)
b) -------------------------------------------------
Stand Alone 4(16%)6(24%)
c) -------------------------------------------------
No Preference 1(4%)-
Parents preferred sending their children attached to the main school rather than the Preschools who were stand alone....
Continue Reading

Please join StudyMode to read the full document

You May Also Find These Documents Helpful

  • Essay on Parental Restrictions on Abortion
  • Guidance Monitoring Essay
  • Parental Alienation Syndrome Essay
  • Essay about parental Alienation
  • Essay about DISCUSS SEX DIFFERENCE IN PARENTAL INVESTMENT
  • Impact of Parental Involvement in the Academic Performance of 4th Year Nursing Students Sy 2010-2011 Essay
  • Parental Alienation Syndrome Essay
  • Essay about Parental Guidance

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free