Investigating Quality of Life Among Day Scholars And Hosteller School Children at District Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, India
by Roopneet Cheema, Dr. Neelam Kaur, and Muthu Kumaran
Category: Social Science
Abstract – This study aimed to investigate the quality of life (QoL) among day scholars and hostel school children. Utilized a retrospective cohort design, data was collected using the KINDLR tool. The mean score for QoL among day scholars 79.98, whereas QoL score for hostel school children was 78.55. Additionally, a statistically highly significant association was observed between QoL and the father's occupation of children. It concluded that the quality of life among day scholars is better than that of hostel school children. The overall mean difference in QoL was 1.43, indicating that hostel school children in the rural academy receive similar care and support as day scholars receive from their parents.