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Construction And Standardization Of The Test Of Professional Competence Of School Supervisors

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  • Alka Sapre

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School supervision plays significant role in the development of education system, by monitoring the quality of schools and by supporting their improvement. For school supervision, supervisor plays an important role for the improvement of educational quality, controlling, decision making and guidance etc. The actions of supervisors are in principle based. For this supervisors should be competent enough. The research was of survey type, which consists of a multistage random sample of 252 supervisors of the GSEB English medium schools of Gujarat state. An opinionaire was constructed and standardized by the researcher and administered on the sample subject. The interpretation of data was done with the statistical methods mean, standard deviation and t-test. It was found that there exists the significant difference between the professional competence of male and female school supervisors and no significant difference found between the professional competence of granted and non-granted school supervisors. Key words: Professional Competence, Supervisors

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  • Alka Sapre, 2014. "Construction And Standardization Of The Test Of Professional Competence Of School Supervisors," Working papers 2014-06-06, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2014-06-06
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