A Study on the impact on stress and time management of B.Ed students on the basis of Gender
Author(s):
Sayyed Kasim Ali, Dr. Rajni Chopra
Keywords:
Stress, Time Management, Academic Performance, B.Ed Students, Demographic information.
Abstract
This study aims to examine the impact of stress and time management on B.Ed. students about their gender. B.Ed. or Bachelor of Education is an undergraduate degree program designed to prepare students for a career in teaching. Stress and time management are two important factors that can significantly affect the academic performance and well-being of students. It is important to investigate how these factors vary across genders to identify any gender-specific challenges that B.Ed. students might face. The study will employ a quantitative research design, using a questionnaire as the primary data collection tool. The sample will comprise 100 B.Ed. students from different Collage in Tonk district. To study the impact on stress and time management of B.Ed. students based on Gender. The questionnaire will consist of questions related to stress levels, time management practices, and demographic information, including gender. The finding is a significant difference between the impact on stress and time management of B.Ed. students based on Gender were not found. Therefore, the null hypothesis is not accepted.
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Unique Paper ID: 159418

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1085 - 1088
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