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Definition of Attitude
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Basic definition of attitude.

Maninder singh
Mechanical engineer from thapar university Apeared in UPSC and state civil service interview(Punjab) Attempted UPSC mains 5 times Educator

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only the people live in Maharashtra are allowed to take admissions in jbims for session 2019-2021 is it true na?
Anand Vikash
4 months ago
No shiv. people outside Maharashtra can also give the MH-CET exam and apply for JBIMS. But a high percentile is required.
Shiv Kumar
4 months ago
what will be the difference percentile..
Anand Vikash
4 months ago
I didn't get you Shiv! Look, for JBIMS , if you are a non Maharashtra candidate then you will have to get a percentile as high as 99.5+ in MH-CET! Also a high percentile in CAT will improve your chances to get into this college
Shiv Kumar
4 months ago
I mean difference percentile between Maharashtrian and outside Maharashtrian
sir please try translate what u said in Hindi also sir.. I'm sorry to say this I don't know Hindi sir.. plz try to translate whatever u say in Hindi.. plz follow this from ur next classes sir..
very well explained...thanks
  1. HELLD Guys MANIN DER SINGH MECHANICAL ENGINEER fRom THAPAR UNVERSTy OToR of 6S AT VARIoUs AcADAMIES GDNCCE ASPIRANTS SNCE 2012.


  2. Chapter 2 Atitude 1.What is attitude 2.Components of attitude 3.Structure function of attitude 4.Attitude and its influence 5.Attitude relation with thought and behaviour 6.Moral and political attitudes 7. Social Influence 8.Persuasion


  3. What is attitude Attitude refers to a psychological tendency(Which is a predisposition) that is expressed by evaluating a particular object with some degree of favour or disfavour. "Object" includes people, things, events, and issues. Attitudes are the feelings and beliefs that determine the behaviour of the persons. They provide framework for responding in a particular fashion.


  4. Why do we need to have this subject? Bureaucracy has got a fixed attitude over a period of time This attitude of bureaucracy seems non workable in the present scenario. Need to reform or revamp this attitude. Need to understand various characteristics of this attitude and how this got to change in welfare society like that of india