• Apurva Singh Research Scholar, Department of Education, University of Allahabad
  • Dr. Saroj Yadav Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Allahabad


Happiness, Hosteller, Delegacy, Male, Female


Answers to the questions ‘Does Gender and type of  residence influence happiness and if so, how and how much?’ depend on how one defines and operationalizes ‘education’, ‘influences’ and ‘happiness’. A great variety of research scenarios may be constructed from our three essential variables. What public policies one ought to adopt and implement regarding the influence of gender and type of residence on happiness depends minimally on which of the great variety of research scenarios one adopts and maximally on lots of other things as well. Why is happiness such a sought after and cherished goal among humans? Happiness, as with other desirable qualities such as joy, pleasure, and gladness, is a preferred state of being because it is fundamental to a positive human experience. There are many benefits that come along with being happy. In this present study Comparative Survey Method of Descriptive Research was employed as the purpose of the research was to study the difference in Happiness among male female and hosteller, 300 Hostellers and 300 Delegacy students were selected by randomly from University of Allahabad who were studying at the undergraduate level delegacy students.


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Apurva Singh, & Dr. Saroj Yadav. (2021). A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HAPPINESS AMONG HOSTELLERS AND DELEGACY STUDENTS. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 7(7). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/2317