EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS INTERNAL EVALUATION (CIE) IN CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS) ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT By Abhishek Kumar Prajapati

Abstract Several academicians and new law maker thinks the need of change of the existing examination pattern in higher  education, advocated introduction of the globally accepted Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). Choice Based Credit Systems cafeteria like system in which Read More …

INTERNET ADDICTION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG 11th GRADE STUDENTS IN CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA By Deepika[1]

Abstract Many students around the world spend substantial amount of time on the internet, which leads to internet addiction. The internet acts as a mechanism for students in 3 ways, Information disseminations (e.g. Educational purpose), Social interactions (social network sites, Read More …

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMPETITIVENESS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ADOLESCENT STUDENTS By Binutha S. Pillai[1]

Abstract                 Teachers are beset in a paradoxical situation while dealing with adolescent students particularly with respect to their Academic Achievement.  In our complex industrial society there are outbursts of knowledge in every next second and formal education is ever Read More …

AN INTERACTIVE EFFECT OF HOME ENVIRONMENTAND SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY LEVEL STUDENTS By Dr. Sudha H.R.[1] and Dr. Haseen Taj[2]

  Abstract Academic Achievement has always been one of the most important goals of the educational process.  It is also a major goal which the youth are expected to pursue in all cultures.  Academic achievement is the product variable which Read More …