Academic Performance is the outcome of education. It is the level of educational goals a person has achieved. To pursuing of academic performance satisfies an amount of purposes. Students have spots of failure and achievement in their academic career and this has to be assessed in order to promote improvement and make use of educational development. In educational institutions, success is measured by academic performance.
(Bandura, 1997) states that a sense of self-efficacy is an important contributor to the attainment of further competences and successes. There is sufficient evidence documenting significant relation between self-efficacy beliefs and achievement in academic settings (Bandura, 1997). Students who are high in academic self-efficacy are more persistent, determined, and have high academic achievement (Bandura,1986; Schunk, 1981; Zimmerman, 1989) Realizing the present day need in the area of education, where focus is upon mobilizing and directing the inner potentialities of students to cope with difficulties and achieve better, the present study is undertaken. 1.1 ACADEMIC
If a student is not satisfied on an activity, a chance is shown that this student might scout another school to get the satisfaction they need. Satisfaction is a variable to many things and has many variables itself. The decisions of a student of a choice of school may be influence by satisfaction. Satisfaction itself can be influenced by the contentment of an individual. Satisfaction is an important role in quality check of education.
Introduction Enhancing learning for students involves more than just being able to apply general learning and teaching principles or guidelines. In Educational Studies 1: Classroom Learning and Student Development, we have been learned about how students learn. Most importantly, it involves inquiry-based activities which familiarize us with the roles of teachers in promoting learning and catering for student diversity and individual differences. Throughout the past lessons, one of the most influential, inspiring theories is the theories of motivation to understand and improve educational processes, which means helping our students see the true value of what they are doing and giving them reasonable expectation of success in achieving it.
Other than the intelligences, there are many reasons behind the educational achievements. Student motivation and interest or engagement is one of the most important factor in learning and academic achievements. Besides that, Self-discipline is providing the ability to monitor by themselves as well as to control their behaviors. There are no questions that students who are having high level of self-discipline would be able to focus on better way on a long term goals in academic achievements. “Although researchers have looked at self-discipline in young children and college-age students, little research has examined the role of self-discipline in the academic success of adolescents”.
This may be due to high pressure on students by peers and family members to perform well in their academics than their counterparts which is most evident in an Indian society (citation). In order to improve academic performance among the high school students it is important to uphold their self-esteem despite various stressors they experience. Hence the present study aims to explore the relationship between academic performance and
Emotional intelligence and academic achievement in student Success in life largely determine by the intelligence. Intelligence is a mental ability and cognitive problem solving skill, involved in reasoning, perceiving relationship and analogies, calculating, learning quickly etc. Intelligence is the capacity to learn from experience and involve the ability to adapt to ones environment. Intelligence consider vital for success, and essential for personal accomplished. We can success depend on several intelligence and on the control of emotions.
The academic performance of students reflects on their ability to demonstrate the knowledge they have learnt in tests, quizzes, presentations and final examination (Barkley, 2004). The importance of students’ performance is not only evident to the students but also to the universities as it is a measure the success of their education process. Studies in the education literature have examined the factors that may influence students’ performance that include physical facilities and qualified educators, students’ attitudes, aspirations and self-awareness (Hijazi and Naqvi 2006; Garkaza et al. 2011; Cosmas et al. 2013; Al-Hadrami and Morris 2014).
Students are most essential asset for any educational institute. The social and economic development is directly linked with student academic performance. The students’ performance plays an important role in producing the best quality graduates who will become great leader and manpower for the country thus responsible for the country’s economic and social development. Student academic performance measurement has received considerable attention in previous research, it is challenging aspects of academic literature, and science student performance are affected due to social, psychological, economic, environmental and personal factors. These factors strongly influence on the student performance, but these factors vary from person to person (Irfan Mushtaq and Shabana Nawaz