2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 3, PART F
Academic performance is the outcome of education that extent to a student, teacher or institution has achieved their educational goals. Academic performance assumes school importance in the context of an education system aimed at a progressive scholastic development of the child and human resources development. A child’s earliest education is received in a family and basic ideas are initiated which determine his/her later all round development in school and outside home. The role of women in the development of child is very vital in a family and the women acts as a model and influences the child’s growth and behaviour. In general, women are more influential to discipline the child in behaviour, study habits, attitude and guides towards a career. In the modern society most of the family is a nuclear one and like western countries both the parents are working. Women working rate has increased very rapidly in India resulting changes in the structure and function of family. Differences in the family environment have great impact on individual study habit. Child-care has become a major issue in most of the countries of the world. The present study was conducted with an objective to identify to the Academic Performance of children among Working & Non Working Women in selected to their socioeconomic profile.
Methodology: Lucknow city was selected to conduct the study. Sample size of 600 schools going children within the age range of 13-16 years were selected, an interview schedule was prepared. Which in assess’ the Academic Performance of children among Working & Non Working Women relation to socioeconomic profile was analyzed. Results: the study revealed that there were differences the Academic Performance of children among Working & Non Working Women.