The Impact of Student’s Personal Learning Efforts on Effective Learning Environment in Academic Institution of Nepal


AUTHORS: Bachchu Ram Sapkota




Volume:1

Issue: 8

Page: 48-54


Received:12-Jul-2021

Accepted:18-Jul-2021


ABSTRACT:Effective learning environment in the institutions enhances the quality education which is the basic requirement for the employability in tourism industry. A good learning environment for the students is needed in the school, home and society. The key objective of this research is to find out students’ personal factors to enhance learning and development, and the students’ essential individual practices and activities to support future employability in Nepal. To fulfill the research objectives, a descriptive study is used to find out the students’ activities and practices in relation to the learning and development environment for the readiness in future employability. A semi-structured questionnaire was administered to the respondents (100 students of grade XI/XII management stream), collected the information and analyzed. The research exposed that student’s learning optimism, freedom for learning and learning consciousness were the vital factors to contribute learning effectiveness in the academic institutions of Nepal.


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ISSN (Online): 2833-7298
ISSN (Print): 2833-7301

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