AUTHOR: Dr. Vijay Laxmi and Puneet Kaur
STUDY HABITS AND ATTITUDES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH RESPECT TO GENDER
Schools are the miniature societies and teachers are the agents that provide quality education to all the students. But, inspite of such hard efforts by teachers, changes are seen in the academic achievement of students. This is due to various reasons such as concentration, family environment etc. but the most important factor which is responsible is study habits and attitude of students. So, in the present study the investigator tried to find out the study habits and attitudes of secondary school students with respect to gender. Data was collected from 200 P.S.E.B and C.B.S.E. secondary school students with respect to gender by using study habits and attitude scale by Mathur (2002). Results of the study revealed that there exists significant difference among P.S.E.B and C.B.S.E. secondary school students. Moreover, it has been found that no significant differences is there in the mean scores of Study Habits and attitudes of PSEB Secondary school students with respect to gender whereas significant differences is found in the mean scores of Study Habits and attitudes of CBSE Secondary school students with respect to gender.
Study Habits and Attitudes, Secondary school teachers.
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