The at home with respect to age, gender,

The findings revealed that, there is no significant difference in
the social behaviour of children at home with respect to age, gender, type
of school management, social status, type of family, number of family
members, parents’ occupation, birth order of the child, number of
siblings, health problems, type of delivery, locality, electronic media at
home, time of sleep and wake up time.
It is found that 62.2% children
demonstrate an average level of social skills and social competence.

It is found that there is a significant
difference in the social behaviour of children at school with respect to
the type of school management,
father’s education, mother’s education, locality and electronic media at
home.
It is found that there is no significant difference in the social
behaviour of children at school with respect to age, gender, social
status, type of family, number of family members, parents’ occupation,
birth order of the child, number of siblings, health problems, type of
delivery, time of sleep and wake up time.
31.1% children showed some behavioural
problems but they are not very alarming.
It is found that there is no significant difference in the
behavioural problems of children at home with respect to age, gender, type
of school management, father’s education, mother’s education, type of
family, number of family members, mother’s occupation, birth order of the
child, number of siblings, health problems, type of delivery, locality,
electronic media at home, time of sleep and wake up time.
It is found that 66.1% children exhibited fewer
behavioural problems. However, 6.1% children exhibited a lot of
behavioural problems and these children need interventions.

It is found that there is no significant difference in the
behavioural problems of children at school with respect to age, gender,
type of school management, social status, father’s education, mother’s
education, type of family, number of family members, parents’ occupation,
birth order of the child, number of siblings, health problems, type of
delivery, locality, electronic media at home, time of sleep and wake up
time.

Social behaviour is affected by mother’s education.

Pauleen,D(2017) studied on temperament and learning.A total of 100 children
were drawn as the sample for the study. 50 children from Government primary
schools (including Anganwadis) and 50 children from Private schools (including
Play schools) between 4-8 yrs age group constituted the sample. The results of
the study revealed that 38.0% of the students are High in their Temperament
i.e., they are always cheerful, happy, easily adaptable, emotionally stable,
very active, attentive and regular in their bodily functions. 29.0% of students
are with Moderate Level of Temperament and 33.0% are with Low level of
Temperament, i.e. students are very
irregular in their eating and sleeping habits, withdraw themselves when exposed
to new situations, emotionally very unstable, throw up a lot of tantrums when
they are frustrated and are easily distracted, even on their own.

·        
Of all the age groups, 6 year old
students (34.2%) are High in their Temperament. Low level of Temperament is
found equally among 5 year olds (33.3%) and 7 year olds (33.3%). Of all the age
groups, relatively more number of the 4 year old students (37.9%) are found
with Moderate level of Temperament.

·        
More number of Boys are found in both,
High level as well as  Moderate level
categories of Temperament. Whereas more than half (57.6%) of the students who
are Low in their Temperament are Girls.

·        
Relatively
more number of students from Government schools are found in High (52.6%)

      as well
as in Low level (60.6%) of Temperament categories, whereas 65.5% of students     who are Moderate in their Temperament are
from Private school.

·        
Relatively more number of students whose
mother’s studied only Till 10th are found in both i.e. High (42.1%)
as well as Low (36.4%) level of Temperament categories. Comparitively more
number of students whose mother’s are Graduates are found with Moderate level
of Temperament.

·        
Similarly, relatively more number of
students whose mother’s are Home Maker’s are    found in all the three categories, i.e.,
High, Moderate and Low levels of Temperament.

·        
The results revealed that there is a
significant difference in the Temperament of students with respect to their
Age, as well as Mother’s education.

Students did not differ significantly in
temperament with respect to their Age, Gender, School Management, Social
Background, Father’s Education, Father’s Occupation and Mother’s Occupation.

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