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International Journal of Home Science

2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 3, PART A

Effect of study habits and attitudes on class room performance among urban and rural adolescent girl

Author(s): Dr. Poonam Muktawat and Atima Bharadwaj
Abstract:
Besides biological need like food, water and sex. There are also some social needs of man. He wants respect from the society. He wants to lead happy & prosperous life. There are many methods and sources for the fulfillment of these needs. Education gives him knowledge of the suitability of particular method for the satisfaction of these needs. From the point of view of learning, the formation of good habits is very useful. In the absence of habit the child runs away for the school but after the formation of habit. Going to school becomes interesting to him. “Poor habits of study not only retard school progress but develops frustration, destroy initiative a confidence and make prominent the feeling of worthlessness towards herself and the subject of study whereas effective methods ensure success, happiness & sense of accomplishment” Smith Sammual & Little Field (1948) The present study aims to establish relationship in study habits and attitudes with class room performance. In India the problem is all the more acute with the girls, where because do not get exposed to world of work, As such, their choices of occupation are generally not found congruent with their study habit & attitude The above facts led the researches to think and select, a problem related to study habits and attitudes among urban / and rural adolescent girls.
Pages: 23-25  |  7 Views  19 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Poonam Muktawat, Atima Bharadwaj. Effect of study habits and attitudes on class room performance among urban and rural adolescent girl. Int J Home Sci 2019;5(3):23-25.
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