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African Journal of Education and Technology
Volume you Number 2 (2011), pp. 45- 51
ISSN 2045-8460 (Online)
ISSN 2045-8452 (Print)
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THE ELEMENTS AFFECTING THE STUDENTS' PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY OF ISLAMIA UNIVERSITY OF BAHAWALPUR, PAKISTAN
Muhammad DANIYAL1; Tahir NAWAZ1; Muhammad ALEEM1; Ali HASSAN2 1
Lecturer, Department of Statistics, The Islamia University or college of Bahawalpur, Pakistan 2
Department of Media Research, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan
The performance of the students in academics is not only influenced by their own attributes gifted by nature yet also various factors take part in these successes. For the economic and social development of the world, it is necessary to present our children with the quality education. In recent years, most of the efforts had been made to find the factors that can affect the student overall performance (academic). The purpose of this study is to look at and explore those factors that can impact the student academics performance in the Islamia School of Bahawalpur. To obtain the info from students, questionnaires had been distributed most notable. In this regard, different facets were featured. Most important factors were cash flow factor, parents education, family size, regularity of professors, interest made by the educators in the subject and fascination of the students in the co-curricular activities. The Pearson Correlation Coefficient was used to highlight the important factors. The analysis was conducted with the help of the record package pertaining to social Sciences (SPSS). Keywords: student's overall performance, co-curricular actions, parental education, CGPA
1 ) INTRODUCTION
There are a large number of schools in Pakistan both non-public and open public that are being work under the direction of Higher Education Commission Pakistan (HEC). Today, there are total 60 colleges both private and public and the Islamia university of Bahawalpur can be ranked 13th among them. The Islamia School of Bahawalpur with the total 12000 learners and 5 sub campuses is functioning throughout the region. The students are the most crucial and important assets in the universities. Is it doesn't responsibility of both father and mother and teachers that they should help and provide the students with the facilities in order that they may be able to end up being the valuable individuals of the region. Students are in reality the time of the country. It is they will who have to make the nation with their skilled hands. If they are built with good knowledge and expertise they would be able to contribute their part well at the cultural and economic development of the country. It is also the obligation of the college students that they should certainly give their utmost efforts to their whole academics career. The employers from the companies and industry
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need skilled and professional hands in their team. The students should try to be specialist in their domains.
In recent years, almost all of the universities in Pakistan make use of the CGPA program to evaluate the performance of students. The CGPA displays the average of overall grades of the semesters of the period a student spends in the university or college. Many colleges in the world are applying the same standards for assessing the academic overall performance of the learners. In Malaysia, teachers evaluate the academic overall performance of the college students by using the CGPA system (Agus and makhul, 2002). Also, in UNITED STATES student's educational performance can be evaluated by making CGPA. A lot of the research has looked into many different and important factors that can affect the student's performance. Most of these factors were income of parents, contribution of parents in the analyze of their kids, the area to which they belong, the educational qualifications of the parents, behaviour of teacher inside the class, all their contribution in the...
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