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The present study aimed to find out the Attitude towards Blended learning among B.Ed. students in Thoothukudi District. Descriptive Survey method was employed in the present study. A simple random sample of 300 B.Ed., students from selected Colleges of Education in Thoothukudi District formed the sample of the study. A self – made tool of Scale of Attitude towards Blended learning developed by the investigator   was used to collect data. The collected data were analysed using SPSS to explore the outcome of the study. The statistical techniques of Mean, Standard deviation,‘t’ - test and Chi - square test were used to analyse and interpret the data. The findings of the study revealed that (i) there is significant difference in attitude towards blended learning with respect to Male and Female B. Ed. Students (ii) there is no significant difference in attitude towards blended learning with respect to Married and Unmarried B. Ed. Students (iii) there is no significant difference in attitude towards blended learning with respect to Science and Arts B. Ed. students.

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