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Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Study Habits on Academic Performance among Nursing Students at GRT college of Nursing,Tiruttani.

jain vanitha


     Study Habits can be defined as buying out a dedicated scheduled and interrupted time to apply one's self to the task of learning. Without it, one does not grow and becomes self-limiting in life.This Pre experimental research design was adapted to assess the effectiveness of STP on study habits on academic performance among nursing students. Purposive sampling technique was used to select the sample and the sample size was 30 2ND year BSc(Nursing) students. Data were collected by using of demographic variable and Academic performance scale (J.DuPaul). Analysis of data was done by using Descriptive and Inferential statistics. The findings revealed that the good study habits had improved the academic performance and also it shows the difference in mean and standard deviation of nursing students academic performance before STP on study habits (M=49.3,SD=5.6),whereas the academic performance of students after STP on study habits (M-=61.2,SD=5.14).The difference was statistically significant at (p<0.001) and can be attributed to the effectiveness of STP on study habits on academic performance.


Study habits, Academic performance, Nursing students.

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