A Study on University Students' Stress Levels during the COVID-19 Pandemic
AbstractThe current study assessed the stress levels of students of Kerala Agricultural University during the COVID-19 pandemic. The sample size was 200. Twenty-four variables were taken for the study which revealed that majority of the students was in a distressed condition, during the pandemic period.
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