A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TRIBAL AND NON-TRIBAL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT By Dr. Afa Dul Mujiaba

Abstract The present study is intended to examine the differences between Tribal and Non-tribal students in relation to their social adjustment. The study was conducted on the sample of 120 students selected from two degree colleges of district Poonch (Poonch Read More …

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PSYCHO-SOCIAL FACTORS AND ADJUSTMENT OF MIGRATED STUDENTS IN JNV By  Neha Vats and Dr. Navdeep Kaur

Abstract This study was conducted to examine the gender differences in perceived stress, perceived social support, self- esteem and adjustment of migrated students Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in India. A total of 211(male = 124 and female =87) students participated in Read More …

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BAL/BALIKA ASHRAM AND PARENT HOME FEMALE ADOLESCENTS ON TOTAL ADJUSTMENT By Dheeraj Verma

Abstract The present study was carried out to compare bal/balika ashram and parent home female adolescent students on total adjustment. A sample of 100 (50 bal/balika ashram and 50 parent home female adolescent students) were selected randomly for the present Read More …