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Research on Stress Management Among the Campus Students


  • T. V. Ramana
  • M. Satyanarayana
  • V.V. Ratnaji Rao Chowdary


Career planning and development of the students depends on their physical/mental, family, school, relationship and social factors. Pessimistic sense of these factors lead to stress in various forms like emotional, cognitive, physical, and behavioral reaction to any perceived demands or threats. Keeping this in mind, the present study is tried to find out the stress factors and to give suitable suggestions. It is observed that the students are facing stress at the campus regarding study hours, examinations, campus environment, relationship with others, home sick, monetary, body and mind related feelings etc. tress factors are examined with X2 test and likert' scaling method. It is found that students who have Counseling from their teachers and the parents are felt relief from the stress. Various methods are suggested to avoid the stress. It can be said that the persons who having self control, self esteem and Yoga can avoid stress. Key words: Stress Management, Career Planning and Development, Counseling, Self Control, Yoga/Meditation

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  • T. V. Ramana & M. Satyanarayana & V.V. Ratnaji Rao Chowdary, 2013. "Research on Stress Management Among the Campus Students," Working papers 2013-6-10, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2013-6-10

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    1. Niharika Amarsinh Rana & Arun B. Solanki, 2014. "Mental Stress Of Higher Secondary Students In Relation To Certain Variables," Working papers 2014-12-03, Voice of Research.

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