SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS AND ACHIEVEMENT IN SCIENCE AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
R. Gokul Raj and S. Nirmala Devi
Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
The main objective of this investigation is to find out the level of acquisition of S
and whether there is any
significant difference exists in the dimensions of Science Process
Skills of high school students with respect to few personal variables. For the purpose of this
investigation the researcher has followed normative survey method. Sample consists of 1000 IX
standard students distributed evenly from5 districts of Tamil Nadu (includes boys  and girls
 both Tamil and English medium students) from government, government aided and private
schools. Samples were selected using random sampling techniques
. The Science Process Skills
Inventory was constructed and validated by the researcher used for this investigation.
data were analyzed using appropriate statistical techniques.
The major findings of the research
show that there is very low positi
ve correlation (0.230) between the science process skills and
achievement in science among high school students.