Gender Based Comparative Study of Time Management Skills at University Level


  • Nayyar Sultana Lecturer, National University of Modern Languages Islamabad
  • Nabeela Shakur Lecturer, National University of Modern Languages Islamabad



Self-reported, Management Behavior’s, Management Skills


Management has been studied and part of the literature since early twentieth century. Effective time management is associated with greater academic performance and lower levels of anxiety in students however, many students find it hard to find a balance between their studies and their day-to-day lives. This article examines the self-reported time management behavior of students on the basis of gender at the university level. The study was conducted to find out the time management skills on the basis of gender. A population of 528 students male and female of education department enrolled at session 2021 NUML university Islamabad is the population. Data were collected through questionnaire and analyzed by SPSS. Disproportionate random sampling technique were applied. The findings reveal that male have great time management skills then females.


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How to Cite

Sultana, N., & Shakur, N. . (2022). Gender Based Comparative Study of Time Management Skills at University Level. International Research Journal of Education and Innovation, 3(1), 190–199.