This book is devoted to investigating the favorable and unfavorable study habits of undergraduate students and determine its implications in formulating an academic intervention program for learning support services to improve the academic performance of undergraduate students in college. The self-instructional mode of the intervention is found effective for undergraduate students. Students can acquire the learning skills mentioned in the book independently. By acquiring these skills and strategies a student can learn any content in a meaningful way and thereby improve his academic performance. Thus, in this book tools, techniques and strategies have been provided as learning support to undergraduate students by enabling them to improve their learning capabilities and to become lifelong learners.
For final-year social science undergraduates, ´How to do your Social Research Project or Dissertation´ is the most student-led guide to confidently navigate the research process. It shares real student and supervisor experiences to help motivate you; provides advice for efficient time management; and tracks your progress through focused checklists.
The present study is carried out under the broad framework of exploratory and descriptive method of research. The design is non-experimental to measure a variety of variables and research method of the study is correlational. The intention of this book is to present an empirical research study which examines the impact of anxiety, values, and emotional intelligence on academic achievement of undergraduates. This book consists of five chapters. The first chapter deals with the background of the study, statement of the problem, objectives, hypothesis, rationale of the study and definition of the terms used. The second chapter presents review of the related literature available till date. The third chapter describes about the tools of the study, method and procedure, sample, data collection, scoring and tabulation of the study. Chapter four concentrates on the results and discussion. Finally, chapter five presents the summary and conclusions. The book follows the point of view in presenting the subject matter and findings of the study to the readers that it will fulfill the need of a quality text in meeting the requirements of research scholars and teachers.