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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Effectiveness of Planned Teaching about Knowledge Regarding Prevention of HIV/Aids among Higher Secondary Students in Selected Colleges

Komal S. Ingole, Asha Khobragade

Abstract: Human immunodeficiency virus, a retrovirus which causes AIDS. AIDS: A disease in which there is a severe loss of the bodys cellular immunity, greatly lowering the resistance to infection and malignancy. Objectives: To assess the level of knowledge regarding prevention of HIV/AIDS among higher secondary students before planned teaching. To evaluate effectiveness of planned teaching about knowledge regarding prevention of HIV/AIDS among higher secondary students after planned teaching. To determine the association between the level of knowledge regarding prevention of HIV/AIDS among higher secondary students with demographic variables. Methods and Materials: The study was a one group pre test and post test design (Quasi experimental research design) Population for the study was higher secondary students. The sample consists of 100 higher secondary students. Inclusion criteria higher secondary students who are studying in 11th and 12th standard. Higher secondary students who are willing to participate in this study. Higher secondary students who are present and available at the time of data collection. Exclusion criteria Higher secondary students those undergone mass educational programme or motivational programme regarding HIV/AIDS. Higher secondary students those who are in science group. In this study, the sampling technique used was probability simple random sampling. Framed the item and same were incorporated into the tool and planned teaching. The reliability of questionnaire was done by Split Half method the Kudar- Richardson. Results: In Pre-test the 2 (2 %) of higher secondary students were having poor level of knowledge score, 87 (87 %) of higher secondary students were having average level of knowledge score, only 11 (11 %) of higher secondary students were having good level of knowledge score. The minimum score was 9 and the maximum score was 24, the mean score was 16.80 3.14 with a mean percentage score of 42 . 7.87 In Post- test the 5 (5 %) of higher secondary students were having average level of knowledge score, 87 (87 %) of higher secondary students were having good level of knowledge score and 8 (8 %) of them had excellent level of knowledge score. The minimum score was 20 and the maximum score was 37, the mean score was 25.59 3.41 with a mean percentage score of 63.97 8.52.

Keywords: prevention of HIV/AIDS, planned teaching


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