Nimisha Beri & Manisha Jain
Lovely Professional University
The current study was conducted to find out the personal growth initiative among undergraduate students in relation to emotional self-efficacy and general well-being. The study was conducted by using descriptive survey method and the samples of the study were drawn from 480 college-going students from three districts of Punjab using multi-stage sampling method. Result indicates that female undergraduate students are much better than male undergraduate students in their personal growth initiative, emotional self-efficacy and general well-being. Students from the science stream are much better in personal growth initiative, emotional self-efficacy and general well-being as compared with arts and commerce students at the undergraduate level. A significant and positive relationship was found between personal growth initiative and emotional self-efficacy and general well-being.
Keywords: Undergraduate students, Personal growth initiative, Emotional self-efficacy, General well-being.