Self Concept and Academic Achievement among B.Ed.Students in Coimbatore District

  • S Vidhya Ph.D Research Scholar, Sri Ramakrishna Mission VidhyalayaCollege of Education, Periyanaickanpalayam, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
  • G Subramonian Associate Professor, Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidhyalaya College of Education, Periyanaickanpalayam, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: B.Ed. students, t’ test, B.Ed. Programme, Academic achievement, self-concept, Coimbatore district


Every individual has an individual profile of characteristics, abilities and challenges that may be inherited and/or consequence of learning and development. Each person contributes his or her unique part to the world on the basis of his or her own potentials and capabilities. No two human beings, even identical twins on this planet respond in the same way to the same stimulus. This uniqueness makes individuals different from one another. The differences among individuals may be with respect to their cognitive, behavioural, physical, psychological, sensory and many more areas of characteristics. Sometimes these differences are to such an extent that people may deviate from the status considered as normal. However being different is not always negative but sometimes individuals are different from other individuals of the same life age due to functional loses in one or more areas in different proportions.

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