How does Bully Affect the Students these days?: An Empirical Study

  • Kasvi Jalota
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  • Kasvi Jalota

    LL.M. student at Symbiosis Law School, Noida, India

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The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effects that bullying has on students. A methodology based on empirical analysis was adopted for the investigation. The sample for the research was comprised of academic institutions in the Delhi National Capital Region. The sample size was made up of 165 students from the Delhi National Capital Region. The research aims and hypothesis were included in the development of a self-administered questionnaire, which was then delivered to the research sample subjects. All of the questionnaires that were distributed were collected. Google forms were used to perform the coding and analysis of the results. According to the findings of the research, bullying in academic institutions occurs in all academic institutions, irrespective of whether they are run by the government or by private organisations. The study came to the additional conclusion that bullying has an effect on the academic achievement of students, both the victims and the bullies. In addition to this, it was discovered that the vast majority of people in Delhi are of the opinion that there is an urgent need for a legal framework to prevent bullying.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 5, Page 1187 - 1203


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