Volume : 4, Issue : 5, MAY 2018




This study examined administrative behavior of headmasters working in higher secondary schools in Tiruvallur district. This study adopted survey method of research participants were 42 various school headmasters in Tiruvallur district, The Research Instruments used for data collection was administrative behavior rating scale prepared by S.Sathiyagirirajan tested at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significance. The findings indicated that the low level of Administrative Bahaviour of Head Masters working in higher secondary schools is 16.66%, High level is 16.66% and Moderate level is found to be 66.66%. Hence the Administrative Bahaviour of Head Masters working in higher secondary schools is Moderate.


Administrative Behavior, Head Masters, Survey, Sampling.

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