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Abstract

Students can play an important role in improving and strengthening their society. During college, women gain vast amounts of knowledge and experience, and it also provides them with the best opportunity to prepare for their careers. Students are powerful human resources who are destined to decide the future of any country. In this modern era, the lives of students have become more competitive and they have become mere athletes in an academic race. There is an increased emphasis on measuring the talent of a student primarily through academic outcomes. The mental health of students is an important and necessary factor for achieving a better life, social welfare, and logical compatibility with life events. This fact must be given its due importance, but it is unfortunately completely ignored by manu institutions. From the above statements, it is clear that happiness plays a paramount role in the well-being of students. In this context, a happiness audit was conducted among female students pursuing higher education at Alagappa University in Karaikudi, India.

Note on the Author

Dr. S. Poulpunitha, Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies, Alagappa University, Karaikudi. She has 12 years of experience in teaching and Research Activities. She has published more than 20 publications as books, articles and research reports. Her area of specialization is Violence against Women, Women Empowerment, and Gender and Development. She has more than 27 papers presented in various national and international conferences.

Prof. K. Manimekalai, Head, Department of Women’s Studies and Director, Centre for Women’s Studies, Alagappa University, Karaikudi. She was also Former Vice-Chancellor, Mother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal, former Registrar and former Dean, Alagappa University. She has published more than 50 publications as books, articles and research reports. Her area of specialization is Women Empowerment, Gender and Development and Women Entrepreneurship. She has completed 15 research projects sponsored by National and International agencies.

Dr. P. Veeramani is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies, Alagappa University. She has 12 years of experience in teaching and Research Activities. She has published 33 articles in the National and International Journals and Books. She has presented 42 papers in International, National and State level Conferences.

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