Effect of Parental Expectations and Academic Stress on Academic Achievement in Higher Studies with Special Reference To District Aligarh

  • Saurabh Kumar Associate Professor, Mangalayatan University, Aligarh, U.P. India
  • Mrs. Unnati Jadaun Research Scholar, Mangalayatan University, Aligarh, U.P. India

Abstract

The present investigation intends to discover the role of the parental expectations and academic stress on academic achievement in higher studies students. It was theorized that there will be a positive connection between parental expectations, academic stress and academic achievement in higher studies; sexual orientation contrast was likewise conjectured with respect to ponder factors. Sample of 200 students of Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) was drawn from 2 public and 2 private institutions of Aligarh. Assessment measures were utilized as Parental Expectations Inventory (Wang &Heppner 2002), Educational Stress Scale for Adolescents (Dune, et al2010) to survey the academic stress. Academic achievement was evaluated with the assistance of percentage in final year exams.  Results of this paper uncovered that noteworthy relationship found between the dimensions of the parental expectations and academic stress scale. Whereas no huge relationship was found between parental expectations, academic stress and academic achievement in BBA students.

Key words: Parental expectations, Academic stress, Academic achievement

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Published
2018-02-14
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