The measure of aeademie stress on 10th elass students

Watore, Sunita M.
January 2015
Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing;Jan2015, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p83
Academic Journal
The present study of the effect the aeademie stress on 10th elass students. The main objectives were to examine the aeademie frustration, aeademie conflict, aeademie pressure and aeademie anxiety among boys and girls. This study was eompleted on seeondary sehool students in 10th standard. The fifty students were seleeted for the study. The randomly sampling method was used for the selection of the sample. Tool are Bisht battery of stress scales developed by Dr. (Km) Abha Rani Bisht was used for the study. The results were analyzed, and it was found that the there is a significant difference between boys and girls in terms of their, aeademie pressure, and aeademie anxiety level. Boys have high aeademie frustrated than girls, but girls have high aeademie pressure, aeademie conflict, and aeademie anxiety level. However, there is no significant difference between boy and girls on aeademie frustrated.


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