Problems of Orthopedically Impaired Students in Relation to their Gender, Achievement and Locality

Samir Kumar Lenka, Ravi Kant


Orthopedically children are isolated from our society. They face many problems in their daily life. Due to continuous ignorance they become frustrate and some time hostile to the society. With using a sample of 100 orthopedically impaired children an attempt has made to identify the different social problems of these children in respect to their gender, achievement and locality. Result shows that gender plays no vital role on the social problems but female impaired children have more problem than male. High achiever student have less social problems in comparison to their counterparts. Locality has no significant effect on social problems but rural children have much more problem in comparison to urban children and this is due to unawareness and ignorance.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n2p249

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