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RMJ. 2020; 45(1): 188-191


Psychology of learning entrepreneurship skills: Nurturing learning styles of students

Nasir Shahen, Nasir Ahmad, Nargis Munir, Sajjad Hussain.

Abstract
Objective: To investigate entrepreneurial skills of business students and their learning styles and to measure the relationship of entrepreneurial skills with studentsí learning styles.
Methodology: Though co-relational survey and cluster random sampling techniques, 527 business schools students were selected from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa public sector universities. Entrepreneurial Skills Questionnaire (ESQ) and Neil Flaming VARK Learning Style Model (FSLSM) were used for data collection.
Results: The students did not develope entrepreneurial skills and majority of the students learned through auditory learning style. Positive relationship between entrepreneurial skills and tactile learning style was found (r = .239, .218, 206, .225 for which the p <.05).
Conclusion: Tactile learning style is prominent among business school students for which the schools did not provide ample opportunities.

Key words: Business schools, learning styles, resilience, creativity, risk management.


 
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Shahen, Nasir, Nasir Ahmad, Nargis Munir, and Sajjad Hussain. 2020. Psychology of learning entrepreneurship skills: Nurturing learning styles of students. Rawal Medical Journal, 45 (1), 188-191.



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Shahen, Nasir, Nasir Ahmad, Nargis Munir, and Sajjad Hussain. "Psychology of learning entrepreneurship skills: Nurturing learning styles of students." Rawal Medical Journal 45 (2020), 188-191.



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Shahen, Nasir, Nasir Ahmad, Nargis Munir, and Sajjad Hussain. "Psychology of learning entrepreneurship skills: Nurturing learning styles of students." Rawal Medical Journal 45.1 (2020), 188-191. Print.



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Shahen, N., Ahmad, . N., Munir, . N. & Hussain, . S. (2020) Psychology of learning entrepreneurship skills: Nurturing learning styles of students. Rawal Medical Journal, 45 (1), 188-191.








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