Parental Relationship and its Impact on Students' Academic Achievement: A Case Study in District Jhang

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Shumaim Riaz
Ms. Masooma Kazam
Dr. Asma Islam*
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Zafar


This case study delves into the correlation between parent-child relationships and academic achievement within District Jhang. Utilizing a convenient sample size of 150 participants, the research examines the nuances of parent-child interactions and their impact on educational outcomes. By analyzing factors such as communication patterns, parental involvement, and emotional support, the study aims to uncover how these dynamics influence academic performance. A quantitative survey design was used to get information through a self-administered questionnaire. The participants of the present study were female students of age ranging between 16 to 18 years from different private schools of Jhang, who were attending 11th and 12th classes respectively. The sample consisted of 150 female students from private schools. Through surveys, interviews, and observational data, the research seeks to provide valuable insights into the specific mechanisms through which parent-child relationships affect academic success in District Jhang. The findings of this study are intended to offer practical implications for educators, policymakers, and parents, highlighting the significance of fostering positive parent-child connections to enhance academic achievement.

Keywords: Parent-child relationship, academic achievement, District Jhang, Family structures Supportive familial environments, Educational success, Communication patterns, Parental involvement.

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