Teacher's Mental Health in Relation to the Personality Development of Students

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Teacher’s Mental Health in relation to Personality Development of Students AbstractPurnima Sood Bhushan This study is aimed at finding the effect of teacher’s mental health on the personality development of students. The study concludes that the teachers with good mental health induce more dominantly the extrovert trait of personality whereas in the case of induce teachers with ill mental health; Psychotic and neurotic traits of personality d among the students. The educationists all over the worlds are grappled with one central and all encompassing question society of tomorrow ”. — “ What kind or type of education is required for what kind of Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam, President of India from 2002 during a talk on the teacher’s day in 2003, had stated “2007, A student spends 25,000 hours in the campus. The school mus t have the best of teachers who have the ability to teach, love teaching and build moral qualities .” The development of personality is one of the most important and fascinating areas in an individual’s life. There are certain questions that strike our mind — ‘What have been the major influences on personality development?’ ‘What are the factors affecting the development of a child?’ In what direction will the personality develop if the person or individual receives certain kind of opportunities or setbacks; p articular kind of behavior; definite choices that it makes? The real issue in education: to see that when the students leave the school they are well established in Purnima Sood Bhushan, Assistant Professor, G.G.S.I.P.U purnimasood@yahoo.co.in
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