Relationship of Corporal Punishment and Student’s Behavior of Secondary School Students of Quetta City


  • Muhammad Farooq MPhil scholar Institute of Education and Research UOB, Quetta
  • Dr. Abdul Nasir Kiazai Director Institute of Education and Research (IER), University of Balochistan Quetta



Punishment, Quetta, Physical/Corporal, School, Relationship


Corporal/Physical punishment exercises in the secondary level school students have negative
associations on the behavior patterns of the students. The corporal punishment exercises not only
affect the student’s social life but also badly affect their professional life, these negative impacts on
their behavior manage to the authorities whom the students are working outside the school and create
hurdles in achieving their educational goals. For this purpose descriptive type of research was
conducted. This research was correlational in nature. The population for this research study was taken
all the secondary boys’ and girls’ schools of the Quetta city, Quetta District. A sample of 200 students
was taken in order to find out the results of the study. A questionnaire was designed in order to collect
data as a tool of the research study. There is a moderate negative relationship between the
Corporal/Physical punishment and student’s behavior of the secondary schools. The students who
received corporal punishment had a negative impact on their behavior than those who didn’t receive
any type of punishment.


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How to Cite

Farooq, M. ., & Kiazai , D. A. N. (2022). Relationship of Corporal Punishment and Student’s Behavior of Secondary School Students of Quetta City . International Research Journal of Education and Innovation, 3(1), 310–317.