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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 2405-2410


RELATIONSHIP OF PSYCHO-TRAUMIC PROBLEM (TORTURE) WITH STUDENTSí PHYSICAL, MENTAL HEALTH AND THEIR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT DUE TO WAR HAZARDS IN NORTH WAZIRISTAN

Matiullah, Irfan Ullah Khan, Khurshed Iqbal, Iftikhar Ahmad, Mahraban Alam.

Abstract
A person under the umbrella of torture is also under the umbrella of headache, scars, musculoskeletal, foot, abdominal and dental pains including hearing and vision loss etc. The study was descriptive in nature. All Public Secondary School male (boys) students in North Waziristan constituted population of the study in which (n = 43, 202 boys and 201 girls) were taken as samples of the study by applying John Curry sample size rule of thumb. Stratified sampling technique was used; and the key purpose of the study was to know the relationship of Psycho-Traumic Problem (Torture) with Studentsí Physical, Mental Health and Their Academic Achievement due to War Hazards in North Waziristan. The study was delimited to 10th class male students (boys) only. Data was collected through face to face questionnaire of 5-points scale: Always, Frequently, Occasionally, Seldom, and Never carrying values 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1. The collected data was entered into SPSS and statistical analysis was ensured by using Arithmetic Mean, Standard Deviation, and Pearson Correlation. Results as well as conclusions were drawn, and it was concluded that torture badly effected studentsí physical, mental health and academic achievement. Recommendations were suggested for the better solution of the problem concerned.

Key words: Psycho-Traumic Problem (Torture), Physical & Mental Health, Students, Academic Achievement, War Hazards, North Waziristan






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