WORK LIFE BALANCE OF MANAGEMENT STUDENTS

Manisha Pandey, Dr. Pratima Jain

Abstract


This study is basically for assessing the prevalence of work life balance of students. The purpose is also to present and discuss specifically the problems of management student’s face in the process of balancing their work, study and personal life. This research is searched for showing problems of a student that how they can manage their work life, study and personal life. How many problems they face in daily life and how they satisfied with their work load.  In management approx. 60% students do job with their study. Some students accept job because of their financial condition, but some students do jobs for getting experience for their future. Many students accept it as an opportunity and it is a compulsion for some students. But they both are doing work for embellishing their future. Students have much stress as well as their study because of many students couldn’t focus on their study.

Stress is a state of mind when external demand of the role exceeds from the internal capabilities of the person. Students working have more stress as they face several hard ships from both in job as well as in study and family conditions. There was ample evidence of students combining work with study. Almost all of the Part-time students in each of the three years reported that they had a job. The intention of the research is that its findings will be applied to the identification of individual work/life balance strategies, and making difference between work life and study. If students couldn’t manage it according their time management than they vitiate their daily time routine and waste their precious time. This study is depending on student’s behavior along with study, work and personal life. Family circumstances were diverse for both full-time and part-time students. The majority of the students therefore had to face the challenge of achieving a work/life/study balance. Students faced up to this challenge and the factors that influenced their success.

Keywords: work life balance, work load, responsibilities.

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