Volume : VIII, Issue : VIII, August - 2019

Correlation on Environment Factors, Learning Habits and Self-Esteem of Higher Secondary Mathematics Students

S. Palanisamy, Dr. N. Arunachalam

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It is an attempt to determine the significant relationship between environmental factor, learning habits and Self-esteem at higher secondary mathematics students with reference to certain demographic variable such as gender, standard, locality of the school, nativity of the student, nature of school, type of management, medium of institution and status of the family. It tested that there is no significant relationship between environmental factor, learning habits and Self-esteem of higher secondary mathematics students with reference to same demographic variable. The investigator has applied descriptive survey. Environmental Factors Inventory (EFI), Learning Habits Inventory (LHI) and Self-Esteem Inventory (SEI) tools were used in this study. Stratified sampling has been used to select the sample for the investigation. There is significant difference between nuclear family student and joint family students in their home environment, school environment, social environment and total environment. There is no significant difference among boys, girls and co-education school students in their environmental factors. There is significant difference among government, aided and self financing school students in their competency, global self esteem, family, body and physical appearance and total self esteem.

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CORRELATION ON ENVIRONMENT FACTORS, LEARNING HABITS AND SELF-ESTEEM OF HIGHER SECONDARY MATHEMATICS STUDENTS, S. Palanisamy, Dr. N. Arunachalam GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-8 | Issue-8 | August-2019


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