THE EFFECT OF SELF-EFFICACY ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AT SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN WARANGAL DISTRICT - A STUDY

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  • Maloth Sangeetha

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Secondary Schools Students, Self-Efficacy, Academic Achievement

Abstract

In the present paper an effort has been made to examine the relationship between Academic Achievement and Self-Efficacy of secondary school students in Warangal district Normative survey research design was adopted for the present study. Random sampling technique was used to collect the data. The sample of the study was comprised of 480 students of IX class from twenty four schools of Warangal district. Self-Efficacy tool was adopted by Copeland and Nelson (2004). For the academic achievement the investigator took the total marks obtained by the pupils in their previous class. The objectives of the present study were to study the relationship between Academic Achievement and Self-Efficacy of Gender, locality, type of school and their community from Secondary School students. self-efficacy beliefs and related influences in human adaptation and adjustment. Because human beings face varied challenges to their adaptation, this volume defines adaptation broadly and does not limit the term to traditional pathology-based categories or to problems of traditional "clinical" concern, although such problems are addressed. The results of Spear man's correlation indicated that there is low positive relationship between the self-efficacy and academic achievement of the students while studying at secondary school students. Moreover, Independent variable i.e. self-efficacy has effect on the dependent variable i.e. academic performance. The present study says students locality has more influence of Academic Achievement and Self-Efficacy. Rural students self-efficacy is better than urban students. But Urban students Academic Achievement is better than rural students. To be provided quality education to the students to ensure their Academic excellence and thereby their success in life.

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2024-02-20

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