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Locus of Control and its Impact on Self-Efficacy Of University Graduates


Nazar H. Phulpoto, Ayaz Hussain, Zafar Anjum, Sohail A. Memon, Mujeeb Ur Reham


Vol. 18  No. 7  pp. 1-5


This study explored the impact of internal locus of control and external locus of control on self-efficacy of graduate university students. An already developed questionnaire was used to measure the both dimensions. Convenience sampling technique was applied and 150 students were selected to record the response. The regression analysis was applied to draw the results. A conclusion shows that the university students who have high internal locus of control have higher-level self-efficacy as compared to the students with external locus of control. The study is beneficial for academicians to develop internal locus of control in the university students.


Locus of Control, Internal Locus of Control, External Locus of Control, Self-Efficacy