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SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS, EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AND ASPIRATIONS: A CASE STUDY OF MINORITY STUDENTS’

    1 Author(s):  MD MEPTAHUL ISLAM

Vol -  12, Issue- 2 ,         Page(s) : 109 - 115  (2021 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Socio-economic status is the most important variable in determining the Academic achievement and aspiration of students. Researcher conducted this study to find out the Socio-economic status of the minority students. The study also explores the educational achievement and aspiration of the minority students. As sample 80 students were taken of Visva-Bharati from Bachelor and Masters Degree course. Sample was selected through use of Purposive sampling technique. The demand and the nature of the study was descriptive survey method. Researcher used a self develop questionnaire for data collection regarding socio-economic status, academic achievement and educational aspiration. The study revealed that maximum minority family belongs to low level Socio-economic status and their educational achievement was medium. The study also revealed that minority students had not any higher aspiration, maximum they want to be a teacher.

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