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Keywords : Study Habits


A Study On Study Habits Of Engineering Students

Dr. Pallabi Mali

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 781-7888

The investigation has been undertaken in order to study the study habits of Enginering students and to check whether there is any significant difference in study habits of male and female Engineering students and also to find out whether there is any significant difference in study habits of Engineering students studying in Govt. and private management of Jorhat district. A representative sample of 200 Engineering students for this purpose have been selected by using simple random sampling techniques. Descriptive survey method has been used for the present study. Self made questionnaire made by the investigator was used to collect data. Simple percentage, t-test statistical technique was used to analysis the collected data. It has been found from the study that Engineering students have a good habit of study. They read magazines/journals which is related to their course content and help for the development of their career and also suit their interest. They surf internet for different purpose including educational. They also prefer to read books on various items i,e novel, poem, short stories, books on science and technology etc. The study indicate that female Engineering students acquire good habit of study and the Engineering students studying in private management has a better habit of study than the Engineering students study in Govt. management.

Study Habits And Academic Performance: A Comparative Analysis

Jasgeet Kaur; Dr. Pankaj Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6161-6166

The study in hand was conducted to explore the connection between study habits and academic performance of secondary school students across various schools in the city of Ludhiana. A predictive study was run to understand the contextual importance of the variables of study habits and academic performance. For the purpose of this study a sample of 120 students (60 males and 60 females) were each chosen randomly from the schools. The age range of students was 13-16 years (mean age = 14.55 years for males and 14.15 years for females). The data was analysed using correlation and t-test. Results revealed a negative correlation between study habits and academic performance (r= -0.32), whereas, through t –test it was confirmed that there is a significant difference between study habits and academic performance (p < .05), although no significant gender differences were observed between the two variables.