The objective of the study was to find out relation between Academic Educational Performance and Professional Educational Performance; Academic Educational Performance and Job Achievement, and Professional Educational Performance and Job Achievement of B.Sc. and DNE Nursing Tutors.
The Stratified Sampling Method was adopted for the selection of the sample. The sample comprised of 14 Principals, 101 Nursing Tutors and 505 students of 14 General Nursing Schools of Gujarat. The Nursing Tutors were divided into four groups, viz., B.Sc. Nursing Tutors with 5 years or less (low) teaching experience and those with more than 5 years (high) teaching experience and DNE Tutors with 5 years or less (low) teaching experience and those with more than 5 years (high) teaching experience for the purpose of interpretation.
The tools used for data collection were Observation Schedule, Rating Scale for Nursing Tutors, Rating Scale for Nursing Students and the records of the nursing college.
Normative Survey Method was used in this study.
The product moment correlation technique and t-test were used for the analysis of the data.
The major findings were as follows: (1) Positive correlation was found between Academic Educational Performance and Basic Professional Educational Performance for all the groups except DNE Nursing Tutors Group with high teaching experience. But none of the correlation was significant. (2) There was significant positive correlation between basic Professional Educational Performance and post Basic Professional Educational Performance for B.Sc. Nursing Tutors for DNE Nursing Tutors. This correlation was positive but not significant. (3) No significant correlation was found between post Basic Professional Educational Performance and Job Achievement. (4) Teaching experience helped to improve Job Achievement level of the Nursing Tutors. (5) The Job Achievement level of the Nursing Tutors as expressed by the investigator and the nursing students was higher than that expressed by the Nursing Tutors them-selves. (6) The Nursing Tutors were found weak in the use of A.V. Aids and in winding up the class.
Keyword(s): Educational Performance , Job Achievement , Nursing Tutors, Gujarat State