The purpose of the study is to explore the influence of selected personalfactors in different value orientation of post graduate students in Assam. In the present study descriptive Survey research method and convenient sampling technique was adopted to collect data from a sample of 110 postgraduate students. A standardized 'study of value test 'by Dr. Raj Kumar Ojha, and Dr. Mahesh Bhargava were used. Comparing the obtained results related to significant differences between value orientation of post graduate students and gender, family type, family monthly income it was found that, gender and family type has significant influence to make change in theoretical and religious values, place of residence influences in social values; but in contrast to that family income has no significant influence to make any change in value orientation of postgraduate students.
Value dimension, personal Factors, Theoretical Value, Post Graduate students
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