EFFECT OF SOCIAL MATURITY ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS OF TUMKUR DISTRICT

Sri. P. Shambulingaswamy

Abstract


The surrounding environment exerts an influence on an individual every minute for quality education, the cry of the modern age is determined by the quality of schools and in turn schoolteachers. Individual personalities interms of physical and social maturity interact to produce a climate that can be significant both to the students and organization. This is reflected in the Achievement of the students, which refers to performance in any defined field of human ability, such as reading comprehension, presentation, organization, which depend on the instruction and training given as well as on the persons attitude, motivation and interest. Often they can be assessed by objective tests, through some types of achievement are more complex or qualitative rather than quantitative and must be evaluated by subjective judgments from teachers or experts. Thus academic achievement reflects what and how much knowledge is gained by a student in different subjects taught to him in the class and how he performed in tests. This might be influenced by his ability to know what to do and strive for it by following role models to reach the desired level of acceptable social behavior.

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