Social Adjustment and Academic Achievement: A Correlation among Secondary Learners
Darwin was the first man who gave the concept of adjustment as an adaptation to survive in physical world. Achievement is the outcomes of one’s adjustment. Academic achievement is the result of education, the extent to which a student has carried out his educational goals. Academic achievement is naturally measured through curricular and extracurricular activities of students. Academic achievement is the knowledge, understanding, application and skill that will developed in school subjects usually constructed by the examination scores or marks assessed by the teacher. Adjustment is one of the conditions that contribute to students’ high academic achievement. The researcher considered the objective of the present study was to find out the relationship between social adjustment and academic achievement among secondary school learners. For this purpose the researcher selected 226 students from North 24 district in West Bengal. Findings of the study was academic achievement is not related to social adjustment among secondary school learners.