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JCR. 2020; 7(13): 1562-1565


Mental Health and Academic Performance Among Management Students

Nikhil Kulshrestha, Prakash Chandra Bahuguna.

Abstract
These days, problems related to psychological well-being have become increasingly common among university students. Many recent studies (Guthrie, Lichten, van Belle, Ball, Knack & Hofman, 2017; Thomas, 2014; Krause, 2018; Evans, Bira, Gastelum, Weiss, & Vanderford, 2018) have reported high levels of mental illness in academics. Although there has been some good research into mental health and wellbeing in the management education literature, yet it remain fragmented.This study is attempted to determine the level of mental health among postgraduate and undergraduate management students. The study also aims to find out the relation between mental health and demographic factors, such as age, gender level and branch of study and academic performance.Goldberg general health questionnaire (GHQ-28) will be administered to a sample of 200 students from school of business of a privately owned big university in the state of uttrakhand.

Key words: Mental health, psychological wellbeing academic performance, Management education



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