A Study on Emotional Maturity and Academic Achievement of Students at Secondary Level

  • N Gunasekar P.G. Assistant in Economics, Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Elada, Kottagiri (Tk), Nilgiris (Dt).
  • N Pugalenthi Associate Professor in Biological Science, Srkv College of Education, Coimbatore
Keywords: Emotional Maturity, Academic Achievement, Secondary level

Abstract

The present study explored the extent to which the Emotional Maturity and Academic Achievement of Students at Secondary Level. The survey research technique was used for the study. In the present study sample of 100 students (50 boys and 50 girls) were taken by using proposanate simple random sampling technique. Emotional Maturity scale developed by the investigator on 2015 was used for data collection. Moreover, for academic achievement Marks obtained in the Xth class of the State board, aided and Matriculation board for assessing the achievement of students. The findings of the study revealed that: (i) There is no significant difference between boys and girls secondary level students on emotional maturity. (ii) There is no significant difference between boys and girls at secondary level students on academic achievement.

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2015-09-29
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Gunasekar, N., & Pugalenthi, N. (2015). A Study on Emotional Maturity and Academic Achievement of Students at Secondary Level. Shanlax International Journal of Education, 3(4), 7-13. Retrieved from https://www.shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/education/article/view/2775
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