An Assessment of the Academic Achievement in Relation to Parental Aspiration among Muslim Minority Girls Students at Secondary Level

Author: Sk Sanuar, Dr.B. Phalachandra

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Abstract: The scholastic development of Muslim pupils is significantly influenced by the aspirations of their parents. Parental desire symbolizes the vital role parents play in assisting their once-successful kid. The purpose of the current study is to examine the academic performance of minority Muslim girls in secondary school, to compare the performance of these students to that of their residential area, and to examine the relationship between the academic performance of minority Muslim girls in secondary school and their level of aspiration. In this situation, a descriptive survey research is intended to gather exact data. Forty Muslim girls in secondary school who attend schools in the Paschim Medinipur area, together with their parents, make up the study’s sample. For this study, the purposive sampling approach was used by the researcher. Data collecting techniques included a self-created interview schedule on aspirations to gather parents’ aspirations. The instrument has 34 items that are categorized by education, occupation, economics, and social recognition. Data about students’ academic performance was gathered from their school records. The program SPSS version 20 was used to analyze the data by utilizing the Mean, SD, and test functions. According to the research, the majority of kids accomplish less than 50% academically, and there is no discernible difference in the academic performance of Muslim secondary school students who have high and low levels of ambition.

Key Words: Academic Achievement, Parental Aspiration, Muslim Minority, Secondary Student

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