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International Journal of Literacy and Education

2022, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A

Counter effect of parental expectations on academic achievement in students of higher education: A special study of Pilibhit district


Author(s): Alka Tomer

Abstract: Academic stress has a profound impact on the lives of students. It was one of the things that contribute to the student's propensity for depression, hopelessness, sensitivity, self- injurious behavior and basic considerations toward self-destructive behaviors (suicide). Academic stress means educational anxiety. Academic stress is a source of stress that young people face. A small number of students often feel a heavy academic load and less satisfaction with academic performance. In addition, this test could be outside the saddle to withstand the higher pressures with more education. This study seeks to understand the role of parents' expectations and academic stress in the academic performance of high school students. There was a theory that there would be a positive link between the expectations of higher education students, academic achievement and academic performance. Sexually oriented contrasts were similarly conjectured about speculative factors. In this paper, researcher found significant relationship between parental expectations and academic stress but not in the case of academic achievements. Parental expectations and academic stress demonstrated non-significant predictor of academic achievement for the sample studied. Responses of girls are different on parental perception inventory as compared to boys.

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How to cite this article:
Alka Tomer. Counter effect of parental expectations on academic achievement in students of higher education: A special study of Pilibhit district. Int J Literacy Educ 2022;2(1):14-18.
International Journal of Literacy and Education