Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching on First Aid for Minor Injuries among National Cadet Corp Students
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A Quasi-experimental Study was undertaken on Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching on First Aid for Minor Injuries among National Cadet Corp Students in a selected School, Secunderabad, Telangana. The sample for the study comprised of 50 NCC Students selected using simple random sampling. The data was collected between 17th Feb. to 23rd Feb. 2015, by using structured knowledge questionnaire. The data was analysed using descriptive and inferential statistics. The study findings revealed that 52 percent belonged to 14–15 years, 66 percent of NCC Students were boys, 86 percent of NCC Students were Hindu, 48 percent of NCC Students mothers have completed secondary education, 48 percent of NCC Students fathers have completed higher education, 60 percent of NCC Students mothers were unemployed, 40 percent of them were private employees, 32 percent of the NCC Students parents family income is Rs. 15, 501-Rs. 20, 500, 94 percent of them had previous knowledge. The difference between pre-test and post-test level of knowledge was found through paired ‘t’ test. It revealed that calculated value 15.76 was higher than tabulated ‘t’ value 2.02. It shows that VAT was found to be effective at 0.05 level as there was significant increase in the level of knowledge on post-test. Association between knowledge and religion, Education of mother, Education of father, occupation of mother, were significantly associated at P< 0.05 level, however variables such as age, gender, occupation of father, monthly income, were not found to be significant.
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