Lasitha A. currently serves as Assistant Professor (Sr. Gr.) at the Department of Mathematics, School of Arts & Sciences, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri. She has 17 years and of experience in teaching and research.


Publication Type: Journal Article

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R. S. and Lasitha A., “A Case Study - The Influence of School Atmosphere, Teacher’s Attention and Parent’s Care on Higher Secondary Students”, Journal of Xidian University, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 3551-3557, 2020.[Abstract]

The target of this study is to analyze how the school atmosphere influences the educational and character development of the higher secondary students notably among the twelfth standard students of Kerala. The school atmosphere highlights the atmosphere of the school which implies, school disciplines, academicians’ involvement, perspective of friends. A sample of hundred twelfth standard students was chosen from aided and unaided school students of Kollam district, Kerala. This study is descriptive in nature. A well-defined questionnaire was followed to collect information for this study. A five-point Likert scale has been used. The reliability of the questionnaire is .894, calculated using Cronbach alpha. During this study we have used statistical analysis, applied regression models, analysis of variance, the correlation between variables, hypothesis tests and as usual data presentations using graphs and tables. To analyze the data we used the statistical software SPSS.

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B. J. and Lasitha A., “A Case Study - A Genuine Work on the Dreams and Vision of a Lady in 2020”, 2020 International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational , vol. 9, no. 3, 2020.


B. A. and Lasitha A., “A Major Challenge for Living: Road Traffic Accidents In Kerala, India in the Course of Last Ten Years”, International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (IJSTR), vol. 9, no. 2, 2020.


D. Krishnan and Lasitha A., “The Impact of Parental Influence on Career Perspectives Among Higher Secondary Students in Kerala”, International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (IJSTR) ), vol. 8, no. 11, 2019.[Abstract]

Abstract: This study is an attempt to analyze the effects of parental influence on the choice of career among higher secondary students in Kerala. The data collection was pointed to the gender-wise and home background variables. The selected sample consisted of hundred students randomly were chosen from both government and private schools. Questionnaires were used as data collection tools. The data gathered was analyzed using Pearson‘s Correlation Analysis, Regression analysis, Hypothesis test, Time series analysis and sequential plots. The finding revealed that parental involvement in their children‘s career options has significantly influenced their achievement. Based on the finding, it was concluded that academic and career achievement is likely to be high if parents‘ careful attention and assistance to their children are there. It was recommended that parents‘ regular attention and advice at home facilitate achievement. The analysis was done using the software Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS).

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