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Title: Impact of family climate, mental health, study habits and self confidence on the academic achievement of senior secondary students
Researcher: Jafri, Sadaf
Guide(s): Sharma, Sudha Kumari
Keywords: Education
family climate
senior secondary students
self confidence
mental health
study habits
academic achievement
Upload Date: 2-Dec-2013
University: Bundelkhand University
Completed Date: 2012
Abstract: The world is becoming more and more competitive and quality of performance is the key factor for personal progress. Excellence particularly, in academics and generally in all other areas has been seen as an important aspect. Parents desire that their children climb the ladder of performance to as high level as possible. This desire of a high level of achievement puts a lot of pressure on students, teachers, institutions and the educational system itself in general. In fact it appears as if the whole system of education revolves around academic achievement of the students, though various other outcomes are also expected from the system. Hence, efforts have always been made to find out strategies and mechanism to improve excellence. Therefore, many factors have been hypothesised and researched by the researchers. They come out with different results, at time, complementing each other but at times contradicting each other. A complete and comprehensive picture of academic achievement still seems to elude the researchers. The search, therefore, continues and educational researchers all over the world are still seeking a breakthrough in elucidating this phenomenon. In the present investigation it is presumed that students academic achievement is determined by Family climate, Mental health, Study habits and Self-confidence and this is the reason why, the aim of the present investigation was to study the Impact of Family Climate, Mental Health, Study Habits and Self Confidence on the Academic Achievement of Senior Secondary Students. 1.2 FAMILY CLIMATE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT The family is the only socially recognised relation for child bearing and the essential agency for child rearing, socialization, and introducing the child to the culture of the society, thereby shaping the basic character structure of our culture and forming the child s personality. (Frank, 1948) The infant begins his life under the fostering affection and care of his parents and other near and dear ones who are associated with the family.
Pagination: xvi, 309p.
Appears in Departments:Institute of Education

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