International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 4, Part J (2016)
A study of boy and girl students of senior secondary school in relation to their academic achievement and self-concept
Satinder Singh, Indu Bala
The aspect has brought about a new challenge to the educators research personals’ and has result in a mushroom and growth of research to bring about a new revolution in the field of academic achievement. The study habits and self-concept have a direct impact on academic achievement. The good study habits of an individual enables him to attain better academic achievements hence study habits are of immense importance in the acquisition of satisfactory level of achievement.
The present paper explores the senior secondary school students’ academic achievement with respect to their self-concept. A descriptive cross sectional survey of a sample of two hundred students of class 12th from senior secondary schools of Himachal Pradesh was done with the help of tools namely- self-concept questionnaire (SCQ) by Dr. Raj Kumar Saraswat (1971) and for academic achievement percentage of marks in final examination was the criteria. The findings were that there was no significant effect on academic achievement of self-concept and male and female senior secondary school students have equal self-concept.
How to cite this article:
Satinder Singh, Indu Bala. A study of boy and girl students of senior secondary school in relation to their academic achievement and self-concept. 2016; 2(4): 615-617.