IMPACT OF DISCIPLINE ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE (KAHNOOR EDUCATORS SCHOOL)

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Rimsha Maryam

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Discipline is the skill to honor the rules and regulations which are governed by the society or of any other organization (Adesina 1990). Discipline about to instability, honor the others, respect for own self.  The word Discipline is derived from a Latin word ‘Discipulus’ mean to learn ( Kochhar 2001).For creating  a positive learning environment  discipline is very important part. Discipline is an important part of learning and without discipline no Penfield work well towards the acquirement of goals. (Ouma  2013) . Through discipline students become responsible regard to their study (Dunham, 2001).  Discipline plays important role in the acquirements of learning. A successful teaching and learning is not being complete without discipline (Eshetu 2014).Good discipline creates a good image of the school and prepares learners for their bright future.( Nakpodi, 2010).In other words, discipline is vital key  for students’ academic performance (Njoroge & Nyabuto, 2014). Basically discipline means the ability of students to differentiate between what is right or wrong and follow the rules and regulations (Gitome, Katola, & Nyabwari, 2013). Moreover, Discipline is very important for the management of schools and promotion of the school image. Nakpodi, 2010) Academic performance is improved where is good discipline exist. Discipline makes the environment positive for students. (Gitome 2006) .As we all know everything has two aspects .one is always positive and another is negative as same discipline has two types positive discipline and negative discipline. (Umba 2001).As good discipline cause of students success as same lack of discipline cause students failure and raises a lot of difficulties such as late at school, irregular attendance and punishment , lack of vision and mission and  poor time management.  Lack of discipline is called indiscipline. Discipline is directly proportion to success. The more we are disciplined the more are near to success. We cannot survive in this world without water as same we cannot achieve success in learning without discipline. Discipline put the responsibility and helps in the achievement of goals (Dunham, 2001). Disciplined is all about perfection because it makes us a perfect man in all aspects of life.

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