A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

GEETA DEVI

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Now a days we find mainly  two types of schools in society, the government schools with a few facilities on one side and the public schools with luxurious air-conditioned buildings, classrooms furnished with latest furniture and equipment and so on. Government too is striving hard to provide as many facilities to govt. schools as they can. In the series, on one hand government has introduced Arohi schools and Modal schools on the modal of public schools and on the other hand they have brought a new policy in the form of 134 A to get the poor children enrolled in public schools. In the light of all these things the investigator has the keen desire to know whether the academic achievement of students have any relation with the school environment. Hence the investigator selected the topic.

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