UNLOCKING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: THE IMPACT OF ACADEMIC CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
This comprehensive study looks into the complex dynamics of civic education, academic conduct, and performance among Multan University students. The study employs a quantitative research approach and focuses on sample of 200 MPhil & PhD students drawn from four universities, with the data analysis conducted using SPSS. Study's overarching goals are to examine the impact of citizenship education on students' moral & academic performance, explore the relationship between academic citizenship behavior and achievement, evaluate its role in cultivating engagement & motivation in higher education settings. Findings reveal strong relationships between elements investigated, underscoring their interconnection & impact on students' academic efforts. Study found positive but weak relationship amid teacher effectiveness and time management, offering insight on subtleties in the citizenship behavior. These results give educators & policymakers, better understanding of complex interaction amid citizenship education and students' academic experiences at higher education level. Implications extend to improvement of educational practices and interventions that promote a conducive learning environment, eventually contributing to students' overall growth in the rapidly changing academic landscape.
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