RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILDREN’S PERCEPTION OF PARENTING AND ACADEMIC STRESS AMONG HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS

Dr. Diwakar Singh

Abstract


In today’s competitive world, educational expectations have gone up. Parents’ expectations from educational institutions in shaping the future of their child have not only created a pressure on teachers and school management but also created pressure on their child to perform well and excel.

The researcher studies the Children’s Perception of Parenting and the Academic Stress they face during exam. The researcher collected the information from 146 students of Class 11. Also, influence of Parents’ occupation, qualification on academic stress and Perception of parenting is studied.

Keywords


Perception of Parenting, Academic Stress

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