ECONSPEAK: A Journal Of Advances In Management, IT & Social Sciences


Online-Issn No :
2231-4571
Print-Issn No :
XXXX
Language :
English
Publisher :
SKIREC PUBLICATIONS

Indexed - 2017 : IPI Value (3.7)

Indexed - 2018 : IPI Value (3.7)

Indexed - 2021 : IPI Value (2.72)


ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFICACY OF A CHILD-TO-CHILD PROGRAMME AIMED AT PROMOTING ROAD SAFETY AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN IN RADHA KRISHNA PUBLIC SCHOOL, AMROHA


Article PDF :

Veiw Full Text PDF

Article type :

Review article

Author :

Sangaraju Siddamma,Dr. P. Muthulakshm

Volume :

7

Issue :

11

Abstract :

RTI fatalities account for multiple of all deaths on the road in India occur in the 15–44 age groups. According to the Statista report 2015, in 2015, Between 0 to 14 years old, roughly 26.16 % of the Population in india, with 67.27 percent of the population being between the ages of 15 and 64. Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state in the country with a population share of 16.9%, has accounted for 7.6% of all unintentional deaths in the country according to The Department of Highways' and Road Transport Research Department issues a financial statement on incidents. In India, 20 youngsters under 14 years old are murdered in traffic accidents. The purpose of this study is to analyze and interpret data from 300 samples, 150 from Experimental Group I and 150 from Experimental Group II from Jan 2015 to March 2015. A research has beendone to evaluate the Programme for children to children impact in Radha Krishna Public School, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, on knowledge level as well as expressed practices on road safety. The samples were chosen using a non-probability random sampling approach. Data on knowledge of road safety was obtained using a structured questionnaire with 25 closed ended multiple choice answers from which the student had to choose one right option. Since, travel is such an important part of modern life, a child who participates in a road safety forum and conversations should instill a lifetime respect for traffic rules and protect the safety of all road users, which must be recognized. The study provides a comprehensive framework in which researchers can consider multitude parameters that may play role in preventing road accidents among Children across globe

Keyword :

road safety, child to child, population, road accident

Advertisement




List of peer review journals Courier services near me General Knowledge - Gk in Hindi Open Abstract Research Help Desk wikigkinhindi.com
Paramedical Courses