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LIST OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION
1.1 ENVIRONMENT
1.2 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
1.3 OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION
1.4 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND DECLARATION
1.5 CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS IN ENVIRONM- ENTAL ISSUES
1.6 WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
1.7 MEASURES TAKEN BY INDIA GOVERNMENT TO CHECK ENVIRONMENTAL
POLLUTION
1.8 ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS
1.9 JUSTIFICATION OF THE STUDY
1.10 STATEMENT OF THE TOPIC
A STUDY OF ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES.
1.11 OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF THE TERM USED
1.12 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.13 HYPOTHESES OF THE STUDY
1.14 ELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

CHAPTER II REVIEW OF LITERATURE


CHAPTER III PLAN AND PROCEDURE
3.1 RESEARCH METHOD
3.2 POPULATION
3.3 SAMPLE
3.4 TOOL USED
3.4.1 DESCRIPTION OF TOOL
3.5 TRY OUT AND REVISION
3.6 PROCEDURE
3.7 SCORING
3.8 STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES TO BE USED
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CHAPTER IV ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA


4.1 DESCRIPTION OF DATA
4.2 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION BASED ON DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
4.3 SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MEAN ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
SCORES OF MALE AND FEMALE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS.
4.4 SIGNIFICANCE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MEAN ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
SCORES OF RURAL & URBAN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

CHAPTER

MAIN

FINDINGS,

DISCUSSION

OF

RESULTS,

EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER


RESEARCH
5.1 MAIN FINDINGS
5.2 DISCUSSION OF RESULTS
5.3 EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS
5.4 SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH

SUMMARY
BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDIX

LIST OF TABLE
Table 4.1 Comparison of mean scores of male and female students
Table 4.2 Comparison of mean scores of male and female students
Table 4.3 Comparison of mean scores of male and female students
Table 4.4 Comparison of mean scores of male and female students
Table 4.5 Comparison of mean scores of rural and urban senior
secondary school students