Volume : 3, Issue : 7, JUL 2017
A STUDY ON INFLUENCE OF HOME ENVIRONMENT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN VELLORE DIST.
C.P. Tamilmurasu, R. Sumathi
This study examined the relation between Home Environment and Academic achievement of higher secondary students in Vellore district. This study adopted survey method of research participants were 300 higher secondary students randomly selected from various schools in Vellore district. The research instrument used for data collection was Home Environment and Academic achievement scale prepared by investigator tested at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significance. The finding indicated that there is a positive relationship between Home Environment and Academic achievement of higher secondary school students .There is exist significant impact with respect to Type of management, Location and Management, and medium of instruction parental monthly income on the Home Environment and Academic achievement of higher secondary school students and there is no significant impact on Gender, Father’s qualification on the Home Environment and Academic achievement of higher secondary students.
Home Environment, Academic Achievement , Survey, Hypothesis.
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