Volume 3 Issue 2 April - June 2020
A Study To Assess The Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme Regarding Knowledge of First-Aid Measures in Sports Injuries Among Primary School Teachers In Selected Schools at Nagaur
Background: In India around 35-40% of population is youngsters beneath 15 years old. This age bunch is considered as uncommon hazard bunch as they are defenseless against different wellbeing related issues. Emergency treatment is the transitory and quick consideration given to the individual who is harmed or out of nowhere sick. The point is to forestall the condition deteriorating and guaranteeing quick recuperation and protecting the valuable human life. National alliance of secondary school affiliation detailed that around 7.6 million understudies play secondary school sport. Out of which roughly 3.5 million youngsters has a place with age 14 and under get harmed every year by playing sports exercises. According to National Crime Bureau Record report of 2006, there were 22,767 deaths (<14years) because of wounds among kids. An ongoing national survey on weight of wounds in India uncovered that, about 8.2% of deaths and 20-25% of hospitalizations happen among youngsters, in light of barely any medical clinic and population based investigations. The study was undertaken to find The Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program Regarding Knowledge of First-Aid Measures In Sports Injuries Among Primary School Teachers In Selected Schools At Nagaur (Raj). Methods: In view of the nature of the problem selected and to accomplish the objectives of the study, Quantitative research approach was utilized to assess the adequacy of structured teaching programme. Pre experimental research design [one group pre test - post test] was utilized in the examination to evaluate the knowledge Regarding First-Aid Measures In Sports Injuries Among Primary School Teachers in Selected Schools At Nagaur (Raj). Results And Conclusion: After the presentation of the arranged showing program, the post-test measures demonstrated that the mean post-test information scores (24.91) was higher than their mean pre-test information scores (13.76). Results showed a significant difference suggesting that the structured teaching programme was statistically effective in increasing the knowledge of primary school teachers regarding first aid measures in Sports injury. This is evident that the demographic variables such as the Gender, the determined chi square value is less than the critical value at p<0.05 level of significance, so null hypothesis is accepted and research hypothesis is rejected. In demographic variables such as age, educational status, year of teaching experiences and sources of information on first aid, the calculated chi square value is higher than the critical value at p<0.05 level of significance, So null hypothesis is rejected and research hypothesis is accepted.