The amount of time that a student dedicates in the activities related to the educational institute which further help the student in his holistic development, growth and learning is known as student engagement. The paper focuses upon the relationship shared between the variables of student engagement. The National survey of student engagement has highlighted four essential dimensions of engagement which are (1) Academic Challenges (2) Learning with the Peers (3) Experience with the Faculty (4) Campus Environment. The connection between these benchmarks and their effect on the student’s performance was tested is studied in this paper. The researcher measured the relationship between them with the help of correlation and the amount of relationship was tested using regression. The study was conducted on the students and teachers of the top colleges of Agra and Mathura region and the results of both were compared. For gaining more insights and better understanding the researcher analyzed the effect of the benchmarks of student engagement on student’s performance using system dynamics modeling. It was found that Academic Challenges, Learning with the Peers and Campus Environment are highly correlated and experience with the faculty has less correlation. But all the four together has shown a better result on the performance of the students both in graduate as well as post graduate level courses.
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Aarti Sharma, K. Santi Swarup. Student engagement and its effect on student’s growth and performance being a consumer of educational institutions and facilitating holistic learning in India. Asian J. Management; 2017; 8(3):645-656. doi: 10.5958/2321-5763.2017.00103.2