Document Type

News Article


We developed a short tool to assess perceived academic stress and a tool to assess depression anxiety and stress among grade 11 and 12 students during 2019-2021. The tools are validated through experts and tested for reliability through cross-sectional surveys conducted in the three districts of Costal Karnataka. Large scale data collected from academic stress scale is already published. For further validation of the tools, we collected data from existing tools such as Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (DASS 21), Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) (10 items) and a Self Esteem Scale (Rosenberg Self Self-Esteem Scale, 10 items).

Weblink for the recent publications

Academic stress and associated sociodemographic variables: A study of pre-university students in Karnataka, India;year=2022;volume=11;issue=1;spage=230;epage=230;aulast=Mayya

Academic Stress Among Pre-University Students of the Commerce Stream: A Study in Karnataka

Work-Life Balance and Gender Differences: A Study of College and University Teachers from Karnataka

Women in Higher Education: Are They Ready to Take Up Administrative Positions?—A Mixed-Methods Approach to Identify the Barriers, Perceptions, and Expectations

Does Gender Difference Matter in Job Satisfaction? A Case of Academicians in Karnataka

Publication Date

Winter 11-1-2022