academic achievement

To Study effect of physical Education-sports on Anxiety and academic achievement of undergraduate students in Gandhinagar district

Regular physical activity, in addition to reducing stress level, has beneficial effect on body as well as mind. This beneficial effect on mind is assessed in terms of academic performance. This research was done to study the the effect of Physical education ā€“ sports on anxiety and academic achievement of undergraduate students in Gandhinagar district. Anxiety is considered as one of the greatest problem of modern trends in daily life of every individual.

A Study Of Science Attitude And Academic Achievement In Chemistry Among Standard XIth Students

There have been various research studies assessing various factors that affect science achievement of students. In the present study Researcher tried to find the correlation between the Science Attitude and Academic Achievement in Chemistry for Standard XIth Students. Random sampling technique was used for selecting the sample. The total sample was that of 282 students in which 143 students were selected from Granted School and 139 students were selected from Non- granted school.

A Study Of The Effectiveness Of Activity Based Learning In Chemistry

Activity Based Learning (ABL) is based on Cognitive theory of Knowledge and Learning. Learning from this perspective is understood as a self-regulated process. ABL provides an avenue to integrated learning within the studentsā€™ knowledge and activities to provide rich Educational experiences with Sensory experiences.

A Study Of Self-efficacy And Problem Behaviour In Relation To Academic Achievement Of Orthopedically Disabled And Able-bodied Students

The study examined the relationship of self-efficacy and problem behavior in relation to academic achievement of orthopedically disabled and able-bodied students. Participants were 200 students (100 orthopedically disabled and 100 able-bodied) selected from the inclusive and special schools of Haryana and Chandigarh. Data collected were analyzed using, Correlation, partial correlation and multiple correlations. Results show that self-efficacy positively correlated with academic achievement of orthopedically disabled and able-bodied students.