A study on student's satisfaction in the education sector with Reference to international and national avenues
Dr. Hiren Harsora, Siddhi Anil Jain, Digvijay Vilas Kapadnis
Student happiness in the educational field has a big impact on their achievements, experiences in the classroom, and general well-being. The purpose of this research article is to improve our comprehension of the elements involved in delivering high-quality education by investigating the factors that affect student happiness in both national and international educational contexts. This study identifies a number of key factors that influence student happiness through a thorough analysis of the body of research. These factors include the standard of instruction, the curriculum's applicability, the setting for learning, academic assistance services, extracurricular pursuits, and the reputation of the institution. This study employs a mixed-methods approach in its methodology, gathering data from individuals enrolled in various educational programmes across several nations through a combination of surveys that are quantitative and qualitative conversations. It attempts to give a thorough knowledge regarding student happiness, covering both quantitative measures and qualitative viewpoints, through making use of mathematical modelling and theme coding. The research findings should provide light on the little differences in satisfaction among pupils between national and foreign educational pathways. In addition, the goal is to identify areas of improvement and successful techniques in both situations, providing practitioners, administrators, and policymakers in education with practical suggestions. Beyond the confines of academia, the research's consequences could be advantageous for educational organisations, students, companies and society at large. Understanding the elements that influence student happiness better would enable institutions to better tailor their services and programmes to the wide range of demands of their undergraduate body, which will eventually increase academic performance and have a greater positive impact on society. This study essentially contributes to the current discourse on preserving and enhancing quality in the field of education by highlighting the importance of studentcantered methods in fostering an atmosphere that is favourable to learning, development, and personal growth. This
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1059 - 1064
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