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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 8959-8963

Adolescent Stress And Achievement Motivation With Reference To Academic Achievement Of Senior Secondary School Students

Dr. T.Sireesha.


Adolescent stress affects the academic achievement of Senior Secondary students. The late adolescents who are in Senior Secondary level are in the clutches of the stress. Unless the adolescents manage stress and achieve academically, they will be in doll drums. of late media had exposed many incidents of suicides among Senior Secondary students. The causes of the suicides among Senior Secondary students were found to be either academic pressure, parental pressure self-identity crisis, relationships with peers. Losing the future productive students through suicides is a shame to the society which needs to be curtailed. It can be controlled and students can be protected and developed to be a fruitful citizen. Though there are studies on Adolescence, the researcher was unable to locate studies on the inter relationship between Academic Achievement, Achievement Motivation and Adolescent stress which motivated the researcher to study on the same. Academic achievement at Senior Secondary stage is the deciding factor for their future settlement. The adolescent stress created due to the adolescence, if not managed properly the academic achievement will be affected. Hence Achievement Motivation will have an impact on the Academic Achievement. Studies are required to find the level of adolescent stress and achievement motivation of Senior Secondary students. Hence the researcher attempts to throw light on this important current burning issue.

Key words: Stress , Reference , Senior , Secondary , School

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