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Scirj Volume VI, Issue III, March 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Students Perception towards Effectiveness of Master Level Health Education Curriculum in Semester System under Faculty of Education, TU

Deep Bahadur Adhikari

Abstract: For better teaching and effective learning, it is very essential to know the views of students about curriculum. The curriculum is designed for students, but the enrollment of students in the teaching leaning process is not less important in the field of academia. Tribhuwan University (TU) has delivered the Master level Health Education Curriculum in semester system. The purpose of this study is to present the effectiveness of curriculum and the perception of students towards it. It is hoped that the views of the students would be helpful for the improvement, design and formulation of new curriculum in future days. The students of third and fourth semester were taken as sample population. As a result, above eighty percent students expressed the relevancy and appropriateness of the curriculum. Interestingly, hundred percent students appreciated the teachers’ competency and dedication. Above seventy percent students were found to be satisfied with applied teaching methods and materials, whereas about 40 percent students were dissatisfied with physical environment of the class as well as the department. About ten percent of the students had some complain about the evaluation system. No any further complaints were received with regards to discipline, attendance and participation in the class.

Reference this Paper: Students Perception towards Effectiveness of Master Level Health Education Curriculum in Semester System under Faculty of Education, TU by Deep Bahadur Adhikari published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue III, March 2018 Edition, Page 65-68 ".

Search Terms: Curriculum, effectiveness, learning experiences, curriculum effectiveness, perception, teachers’ competency, relevancy, appropriateness

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