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Comparison of learning achievement of Science and Language Competence of Govt. School Boy Students at Secondary Level

Rama Sharma*; Dr Abhishek Srivastava**

*Research Scholar, School of Education,

Career Point University, Kota, Rajasthan;

**Professor & Head, department of Education,

Maharishi University of Management & Technology, Bilaspur, Chhatisgarh;

DOI: 10.52984/ijomrc3106


The increasing importance of science education over the decade has resulted a vibrant area of academic scholarship as well as critical studies on the subject. There is an extensive body of research based literature on the subject of impact of language on science learning. Before all else there is a need to shift through relevant studies on the subject of impact of language on science learning to understand the work already done and finding already made so as to avoid duplication of research work and also to understand the issues involved clearly. The main purpose of the research is to study the impact of language on the science learning competence of secondary level students: a comparative study. In this present paper, I would attempt a comparison on the basis of gender and types of school as a result of analysis, interpretation and discussion of the data collected from different areas of study the investigator.

Key words:  science, language, secondary level students.

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