Pakistan Social Sciences Review 2023-10-01T10:34:34+05:00 Dr. Saqib Mahmood Open Journal Systems <p><strong>RESEARCH OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SMC-PRIVATE) LIMITED(ROSS) Securities Exchange Commission of Pakistan (N0. 0218990</strong> is an educational set up to manage the educational and research activities with modern scientific devices for the welfare and to educate the nation with these objectives</p> <ul> <li>To improve the quality of education and research activities</li> <li>To provide the chance to avail modern method of teaching and learning to students, teachers and researchers.</li> <li>To held conferences, lectures, discussions to raise research activities</li> </ul> <p>Pakistan Social Sciences Review (PSSR) publishes original and quality research in all disciplines of social sciences. PSSR is a <strong>Triple-Blinded peer-reviewed</strong> <strong>open access</strong> multidisciplinary research journal that publishes <strong>Quarterly</strong>. This academic research journal addresses both applied and theoretical issues in social sciences in English language. Likely subscribers are universities, research institutions, governmental, non-governmental agencies and individual researchers.</p> Teacher-students Interaction and Students’ Academic Achievement: A Correlational Study at University Level 2023-09-28T23:44:21+05:00 Irsa Tayyab Saira Moneeza Aslam <p>This study was planned to find out correlation between teacher-student interaction and students’ academic achievement at university level. Objectives of the current study were: 1) to find out students’ perceptions about teacher-student interaction and correlation between teacher-student interaction and students’ academic achievement at university level. The study was co relational in nature. Students of University of Gujrat were the population of the study. Cluster random sampling technique was used to select 305 students from different departments of university of Gujrat. Questionnaire on teacher-student interaction (QTI) with four domains i.e., dominance, submission, opposition, and collaboration was adapted for data collection. Mean, standard deviation and Pearson correlation test were used for data analysis. The results indicated that the students who perceive that teacher-student interaction is of high level are less in numbers followed by the students with perception of low and medium level. Moreover, insignificant and weak relationship was found between teacher-student interaction and student’s academic achievement.</p> 2023-10-01T00:00:00+05:00 Copyright (c) 2023