International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part C (2016)
Study Habits of Sr. Sec. School Adolescent Students In Relation To Their Socio-Economic Status
The present research is conceived and formulated on a very wide canvas of adolescents in India in context of their socio-economic status and its relation with study habits of adolescent students. The investigator undertook the study in government as well as private schools located in Delhi. Normative survey method upon 450 samples from class XI was utilized to gather the data. ‘Study habit Inventory’ (PSSHI) and ‘Socio-economic Status Scale’ (SESS) was used for data analysis using Mean, SD, one way ANOVA, t-test and Correlation techniques. The finding of the study reveals that there is no significant difference in study habits of male and female adolescent students. Further, no significant difference is observed in study habit scores of adolescents having different socio economic status except low SES, leading to inference that gender influences study habits of adolescents who possess same low SES. Positive low correlation is found between study habits and Socio-economic status.
How to cite this article:
Prof. Shubha Vyas, Garima Choudhary. Study Habits of Sr. Sec. School Adolescent Students In Relation To Their Socio-Economic Status. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(6):134-139.