Effect Of Academic Climate On Well Being Of Secondary School Students

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Jyoti , Dr. Sharmila Devi


The quality and character of academic life, encompassing both social and physical characteristics of the school or college, have frequently been cited as factors that can favorably influence behavior, academic achievement, and students' social, emotional and cognitive development. The present study investigates the effect of academic climate on well being of secondary school students. The sample of the study consisted of 100 (50 male and 50 female) students of class 9th studying in government schools of Haryana. The results revealed that there was no significant difference in the academic climate of male and female secondary school students; however significant difference was found in the mean scores of well being among male and female students. The present study also revealed that there exists a significant and positive relationship between academic climate and well being of secondary school students. Additionally, academic climate proved to be a significant predictor of well being among students.

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