Volume : 3, Issue : 7, JUL 2017




This study examined the relationship between Computer and Anxiety and attitude towards computer and Internet Education of XI standard students in Thiruvallur District . This study adopted survey method of research . participants were 300 eleventh standard students randomly selected from various higher secondary schools in Thiruvallur District. The research instruments used for data collection was Computer Anxiety prepared by the investigator and attitude towards computer and internet education questionnaire prepared by the investigator tested at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significant the findings indicated that there is a positive relationship between Computer Anxiety and attitude towards Computer and Internet Education of eleventh standard students. And also the level of Computer Anxiety and attitude towards Computer and Internet Education of eleventh standard students is moderate in nature. There is exists significant impact with respect to type of management, medium of instructions, Type of family. There is no significant impact in gender, Location on the computer anxiety and attitude towards computer and internet Education of eleventh standard students .


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