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 the study and filled the questionnaires of perceived stress, perceived social support, self- esteem and adjustment. Independent sample ‘t’ was employed to test the differences. Results of the study show that there exist a significant gender difference in the scores of perceived stress, perceived social support, self- esteem and adjustment. Implications for school management, counsellor, teachers and hostel warden are discussed. Keywords: Gender differences, Perceived stress, Perceived social support, Self- esteem, Adjustment, Migrated students.
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