Emotional maturity and academic achievement of B.ed students: A co-relational study
Dr. Mohd. Moshahid
The objective of the study was to find out the relationship between emotional maturity and academic achievement of B.Ed students. Descriptive survey method was used for the study. The sample for the study is 120 B.Ed students as 40 male (20 from arts and science each) and 80 female (40 from arts and science each) was selected from Malappuram District of Kerala. The tool used for assessing emotional maturity is Emotional Maturity Scale developed by Singh & Bhargave and academic achievement was assessed by marks in the examination. Mean, SD, t-test and correlation are employed to analyze the data. Finding shows that there is positive and significant correlation between emotional maturity and academic achievement of B.Ed students. B.Ed male student possess higher level of emotional maturity than their female counterparts. However, it was found that female B.Ed students possess higher level of academic achievement than male B.Ed. students and B.Ed. students from science subjects have higher level of academic achievement than the B.Ed. students from arts subjects. It was also revealed that there is no significant difference in emotional maturity based on stream of subjects.