International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023


Pre Experimental Research Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding Corona Virus among B. Sc. Nursing Students of Athina Nursing College at Bhiwadi

Abhishek Sharma [11]


Abstract: Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programmes on knowledge regarding coronavirus among B. Sc. Nursing Students of Athina nursing college at Bhiwadi. Objectives of the study: 1) To assess the pre interventional knowledge of B. Sc. Nursing Students regarding coronavirus. 2) To assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on coronavirus in terms of gaining knowledge among B. Sc. Nursing Students. 3) To compare the difference between the pretest score and post test score. 4) To associate the post interventional knowledge regarding coronavirus with selected Socio demographic variables. Methodology: A pre - experimental one - group pretest - posttest research design and quantitative research approach were used in the study. The sample consisted of 60 students of B. Sc. Nursing and was selected through a quota sampling method. The data were collected through a self made structured questionnaire method. Results: Majority of the students belongs to the age group between 17 - 21 years 51 (85%), The majority of students were females 32 (53.33%), The majority of the students belong to the religion Hindu 53 (88.33%), The majority of students selected for this study are from rural areas 30 (50.00%), The majority of students belong to joint family 35 (58.34%), Among students, 50 (83.33%) are fully vaccinated. The findings of the present study are consistent with a study conducted in Athina nursing college at bhiwadi regarding knowledge on coronavirus among B. Sc. nursing students showed that about 90% of B. Sc. nursing students had inadequate knowledge regarding coronavirus. The overall knowledge score mean percentage was 45.65 % in pretest and post test mean percentage was 91.66%. It shows that the post test knowledge score mean percentage was greater than the pre test knowledge score. This indicates that the structured teaching programme was effective in improving knowledge regarding coronavirus among B. Sc. nursing students. Hence the research hypothesis H 1 stated there is a significant difference between the mean pre test and post test B. Sc. nursing students were accepted. Chi - square analysis indicated that there was significant association between knowledge scores with age, habitat, type of family and seminar participation, at p<0.05. Hence the research hypothesis (H 2) stated was accepted.


Keywords: STP, General System Theory Multiple, Choice Question, Not Significant


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023,


Pages: 89 - 94


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