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Table 1(give table no.

for all tables) Age distribution of the respondents


Sl.No 1. 2. Age of Years 11-14 Years 15-18 Years Total No. Of Respondents 33 17 50 Percentage 66 34 100

The above table shows that 66% of respondents are between the age 11-14 Years while 34% respondents are the age group of 15-18 Years. Hence it is found that delinquency rate is high among early adolescents. In this juvenile home there are only male delinquents.

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Table No.2 Distribution of the respondents on the basic of religion. Sl.No Religion No. Of Respondents 21 18 5 Percentage

1. 2 3.

Hindu Christian Muslim

42 36 10

4..

Other

12

Total

50

100

The above table portrays that 42% of the respondents are Hindu, 36% of the respondents are Christians 10% of the respondents are Muslims and 6% of the respondents are other religion. (Specify what is meant by other) Caste wise distribution of the respondents Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Caste SC ST General Total No. Of Respondents 5 3 42 50 Percentage 10 6 84 100

The above table shows that 10% of the respondents belong to schedule castes, 6% of the respondents are schedule tribes and 84 % of the respondents are from general category. Education of the respondents

Sl.No

Educational status

No. Of Respondents

Percentage

1. 2. 3.

Primary Secondary High School Total

21 10 19 50

42 20 38 100

The above table shows that 42% of the respondents are educated up to primary level and 20% of the respondents are educated up to secondary level while 38% of the respondents are having high school level education.

Place of Residence of the respondents Sl.No 1. 2. Residence Rural urban Total No. Of Respondents 31 19 50 Percentage 62 38 100

This table shows that 62% of the respondents belongs to rural area while 38% of the respondents belong to Urban area.

Type of the family of the respondent Sl.No 1. 2. Type of Family Nuclear Joint Total No. Of Respondents 44 6 50 Percentage 88 12 100

It is clear from the table that 88% of the respondents belong to nuclear family while 12% of the respondents are belonging to Joint family. Monthly Family income of the respondents Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Income in Rs Below 1500 1501-3000 3000 above Total No. Of Respondents 3 10 37 50 Percentage 6 20 74 100

Above table portrays that 6% of the respondents are having Monthly family income below Rs.1500/-, 20% of the respondents belong to family income group Rs.1501 -3000, 74% of the respondents are having Monthly family income above Rs. 3000. Father alive Sl.No 1. 2. Father alive Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 40 10 50 Percentage 80 20 100

This table reveals that 80% of the respondents have their own father alive and 20% of the respondents does not have father.

Step Father Sl.No 1. 2. Step Father Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 4 46 50 Percentage 8 92 100

This table shows that 8% of the respondents are having step father. . Sl.No 1. 2. Mother alive Yes No Total Mother alive No. Of Respondents 39 11 50 Percentage 78 22 100

It is clear from the above table that 78% of the respondents have their own mother and 22% of the respondents dont have mother. Step Mother Sl.No 1. 2. Step Mother Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 23 27 50 Percentage 46 54 100

This table identifies that 46% of the respondents have step mother and 54% of the respondents does not have step mother.

Occupation of Father Sl.No 1. 2. 3. 4. Occupation Coolie Driver Mason Other Total No. of Respondents 32 4 3 11 50 Percentage 64 8 6 22 100

Above table clearly shows that occupation of 64% of the respondents fathers is coolie, 8% of the respondents fathers are employed as Driver, 6% of the respondents fathers occupation is Mason and the rest 22% are engaged in some other menial work. Type of house Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Type of house own Rented Others Total No. Of Respondents 30 16 4 50 Percentage 60 32 4 100

It is clear from the above table that 60% of the respondent are living in own house, 32% of the respondents are living in rented houses and 8% of the respondents are living in others house. Hobby of the respondents Sl.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Hobbies Sports Singing Dancing Watching TV Drawing Total No. Of Respondents 29 3 4 8 6 50 Percentage 58 6 8 16 12 100

This table shows that 58% of the respondents hobby is sports 6% of the respondents hobby is singing 8% of the respondents hobby is dancing 16% of the respondents hobby is watching T V and 12% of the respondents hobby is drawing.

Interest in watching TV/ Cinema Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 49 1 50 Percentage 98 2 100

The above table shows that 98% of the respondents like to watch TV/ cinema while 2% of the respondents are not interested in watching TV/cinema. Types of programmes watching Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Programmes Film Cartoon Others Total No. Of Respondents 24 14 12 50 Percentage 48 28 24 100

This above table clearly shows that 48% of the respondents like to watch film, 28% of the respondents like to watch cartoon and 24% of the respondents like to watch other programmers in T.V. Family members stay together Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 20 30 50 Percentage 40 60 100

It is clear that 40% of the respondents family members stay together while 60% of the respondents family members are not staying together.

Parents stay together Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 22 28 50 Percentage 44 56 100

This table identifies that for more than half of the respondents (56%) parents are not living together while 44% of the respondents parents are living together. Cordial relationship between members of the family Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 18 32 50 Percentage 36 64 100

This table shows that 64% of the respondents family members do not have good relationship between each other while 36% of the respondents family members have good relationship between each other. Cordial relation with mother Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No No. Of Respondents 35 15 Percentage 70 30

Total

50

100

This table shows that 70% of the respondents have good relationship with mother while 30% the respondents dont have good relationship with mother. Cordial relation with father Sl.N 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 28 22 50 Percentage 56 44 100

This table identifies that 56% of the respondents have good relationship with father while 44% of the respondents dont have good relationship with father. Opinion regarding attitude of parents towards respondents Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Attitude Good Satisfactory Bad Total No. Of Respondents 10 26 14 50 Percentage 20 52 28 100

This table indicates that 20% of the respondents are of the opinion that their parents are having good attitude towards them whereas 52% have satisfactory and 28% have bad attitude from the parents. Thus it is evident from the table that 80% of the respondents parents do not have good attitude towards them. Alcoholism of the father Sl.No 1. 2. Alcoholic Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 47 3 50 Percentage 94 6 100

Through this above table can find out that a vast majority of (94%) respondents fathers have alcoholic habit and 6% respondents

fathers dont have alcoholic habit. Conflict due to Alcoholic habit Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 35 15 50 Percentage 70 30 100

This table shows that 70% of respondents fathers make conflict due to the consumption of alcohol while 30% of respondents fathers dont make any conflict.

Opinion regarding provision of Nutritious Food at Home Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Response Yes No sometimes Total No. Of Respondents 28 19 3 50 Percentage 78 22 6 100

This table clearly indicates that 56% of the respondents opined that they were getting nutritious food every day, 38% of the respondents were not getting nutritious food every day and 6% of the respondents were getting nutritious food some times. Opinion regarding Family debts Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 25 25 50 Percentage 50 50 100

Above table portrays that 50% of the respondents have family debits and 50% of the respondents are not having family debts. Opinion regarding Sufficient food and clothing from home

Sl.No 1. 2.

Response Yes No Total

No. Of Respondents 35 15 50

Percentage 70 30 100

This table shows that 70% of the respondents were getting food and sufficient clothing from home and 30% of the respondents were not getting food and sufficient clothing. Opinion regarding Savings of family Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 20 30 50 Percentage 40 60 100

From the above table it is clear that 40% of the respondent's family members have savings in bank while 60% respondent's family members dont have savings in bank.

Employment before coming to the institute Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No No. Of Respondents 37 13 Percentage 74 26

Total

50

100

This table clearly shows that 74% of the respondents had employment before coming to the institution and 26% of the respondents did not have employment before coming to this institution. Employment details of the respondents prior to entry in to Juvenile Home. Sl.No Details of employment 1. Coolie 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Teashop work Mechanic Rag Picking House hold work others Total No. Of Respondents 16 13 12 2 2 5 50 Percentage 32 26 24 4 4 10 100

This table clearly shows that 32% of respondents were coolies, 26% were teashop workers, 24% were Mechanic, and the rest were engaged in other occupations like rag picking, household works and other occupations. Nature employment Sl.No Nature of employment No. Of Respondents Percentage

1. 2.

Full time Part time Total

11 39 50

22 78 100

This table indicates that 22% of the respondents engaged in full time employment and 78% of the respondents had part time job. Respondents income Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Income Rs Below 1000 1001-2000 Above 2000 Total No. Of Respondents 38 5 7 50 Percentage 76 10 14 100

The above table clearly determines that 76% of the respondent's income was below Rs.1000/-, 10% of the respondent's income was between Rs 1001-2000 and 14 % of the respondents income was above Rs 2000. Nature of friendship before coming to the institution Sl.No 1. 2. Nature of friendship Seniors Peer No. Of Respondents 19 31 Percentage 38 62

Total

50

100

This table shows that 38% of the respondents had friendship with seniors, 62% had friendship with peer group. Criminal back ground of friends Sl.No Response 1. 2. 3. All of them Some of them Not at all Total No. Of Respondents 3 25 22 50 Percentage 6 50 44 100

This table shows that for 50% of the respondents had some friends with criminal back ground , 6% were having all friends with criminal back ground and for the 44% respondents none of the friends are with crimnal background. Type of Delinquent behavior. Sl.No Delinquent Behavior 1. Stealing 2. Drug padding No. Of Respondents 19 2 Percentage 38 4

3. 4. 5. 6.

Petty offence Rape Pick pocketing Arrack selling Total

15 1 10 3 50

30 2 20 6 100

This table shows that more(38% )of the respondents are convicted of stealing, which is followed by petty offences(30% ) and pick pocketing (20% ). Opinion regarding reason for delinquent behaviors. Sl.No Reason for delinquent behaviors Parental neglect Parental criminal behavior Parental influence Peer group influence Others Total No. Of Respondents 20 4 8 15 3 50 Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

40 8 16 30 6 100

This table shows that for more(40% )of the respondents the reason for the delinquent behavior is parental neglect, followed by peer group influence(30% ) Bad Habits Sl.No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Habit Smoking Drug Abuse Drinking Gambling Prostitution Others Total No. Of Respondents 20 3 30 4 1 20 50 Percentage 40 6 40 8 2 4 100

It is clear that 40% of the respondents have smoking habits and another 40% use alcohol . The rest are having other bad practises like Drug Abuse, Drinking, Gambling,Prostitution and Others .

Opinion of the respondents regarding pursuing School Education Sl.No 1. 2. response Yes No No. Of Respondents 43 7 Percentage 86 14

Total

50

100

The above table clearly shows that 86% of the respondents are still going to school and 14 % of the respondents are not going to school. Type of school Sl.No 1. 2. Response Private Government Total No. of Respondents 10 40 50 Percentage 20 80 100

The above table identifies that 20% of the respondents are studying in private school and 80% of the respondents are studying in Government School. Medium of study Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Response English Malayalam Others Total No. Of Respondents 7 40 3 50 Percentage 14 80 6 100

This table found that 80% of the respondent's medium of study is Malayalam, 14% of the respondents Medium of study is English, and 6% of the respondents other medium of study. Opinion regarding improvement of studies Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 20 30 50 Percentage 40 60 100

This table clearly indicate that 40% of the respondents opined that they have improved in their studies and 60% of the respondents were of the opinion that theydo not improved in studies. Relationship with their teacher Sl.No 1. 2. Response Good Bad Total No. Of Respondents 24 26 50 Percentage 48 52 100

From the table it is clear that 48% of the respondents have good relationship with their teachers while 52% doesnt have good relationship with their teachers.

Good friends at School Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 44 6 50 Percentage 88 12 100

The table shows that 86% of the respondents have good friends at school and 12 % of the respondents dont have good friends at school. Nature of relationship Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Response Good Satisfactory Bad Total No. Of Respondents 10 28 12 50 Percentage 20 56 24 100

From the table it is evident that 20% of the respondents have good relationship with friends 56% have satisfactory and 24% have bad relationship with friends . Opinion regarding Regret for misbehavior. Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 30 20 50 Percentage 60 40 100

It is clear from the above table that 60% of the respondents regret for their misbehavior while 40% of respondents arenot misbehavior. Opinion regarding wish to change behaviors Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 27 23 50 Percentage 54 46 100 regretting of their

This table shows that 54% of respondents have wish to change their behavior while 46% of the respondents dont have wish to change their behavior. Opinion regarding need of help in order to change behavior Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 25 25 50 Percentage 50 50 100

The above table found that 50% of the respondents need help to change their behavior while 50% of the respondents do not need help to change their behaviors. Opinion regarding help of juvenile home to refine Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 45 5 50 Percentage 90 10 100

This table found that 90% of the respondents agreed that Juvenile home helped them to refine. Only 10% of them respondents opined negatively. Opinion regarding Free interaction *(with whom) Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 48 2 50 Percentage 96 4 100

From this table it is clear that 96% of the respondents are able to freely interact with others and 4% of the respondents are not able to interact with others. Opinion regarding neglect from peer group Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 15 35 50 Percentage 30 70 100

From the above table it is clear that 30% of the respondents feels that they are neglected by the peer group and 70% of the respondents do not felt that. Opinion regarding Family members care. Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 15 35 50 Percentage 30 70 100

From the above table, it is clear that 30% of the respondents feel that the family members care them and 70% of the responds are of the opinion that family members dont care them. Opinion regarding Family members avoidance Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 27 23 50 Percentage 54 46 100

This table shows that 54% of the respondents feel that their family members are trying to avoid them while 46% of the respondents dont feel that their family members are trying to avoid them. Opinion regarding Family members ashamed Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 30 20 50 Percentage 60 40 100

Above table portrays that 60% of the respondents feel that their family members are ashamed of them while 40% of the respondents do not feel like that. Opinion regarding feeling of Isolated Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 33 17 50 Percentage 66 34 100

From the above table it is evident that 66% of the respondents feel isolated while 34% percent of the respondents dont have such a feeling of Isolation. Opinion regarding feeling of Hopelessness Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 26 24 50 Percentage 52 48 100

Above table portrays that 52% of the respondents feel hopelessness while 48% the respondents dont feel hopelessness. Awareness programmes about good practices in the Institution . Sl.No 1. 2. Response Yes No Total No. Of Respondents 48 2 50 Percentage 96 4 100

From the above table 96% agreed that they are getting awareness programme about good practices and 4% of them responded that there in no awareness programme about good practices. Opinion regarding usefulness of Awareness programmes Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Response Very much Somewhat Not at all Total No. Of Respondents 26 11 13 50 Percentage 52 22 26 100

The table shows that 52% of them agreed that the programmes were very much useful to them. 26% respondents opined as not at all useful and 22% agreed that they are some what useful. Opinion regarding usefulness of Usefulness of counseling Sl.No 1. 2. 3. Response Very much Not at all Some what Total No. Of Respondents 22 16 12 50 Percentage 44 32 24 100

From the above table it is clear that 44% of the respondents felt that counseling was use full verymuch 32%. felt that it was not at all useful and 42% felt that it was some what useful to them.