The current research study focused upon effect of socio-economic status of parents on the students' academic achievement at secondary level.Study's objectives were to find parents'socio-economic status of parents in students' achievements, parentsí level of education and studentsí academic performance, parentsí income and studentsí academic performance, parentsí occupation and students' academic performance of male and female 171 students (50 each) from secondary school. The data were collected through questionnaire. Data werecollected data from the students of secondary school. It was concluded that parentsí financial status, financial and moral support, socio-economic status of parents, affect student academic achievement, provision of learning environment at home, incentive providing by parents motivate the children to work harder and achieve higher. As it was found that parents source` of income is a vital factor that effect academic achievement of student.Therefore, it is recommended government should provide incentives to the students and support poor families. Free books supplemented by stationeries, scholarships are recommended which has the capacity to boost the performance of the students academically.
Effect, Socio-economic, Status, Parents, Academic Achievement, Secondary level.
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