on Pakistani students' academic achievement as postulated by Holland. A total of 133 participants from various departments of Karakoram International University, Gilgit-Pakistan have participated in this study. The Career Key Urdu that is adapted form of Career Key by Jones (2010) was administered to participant to measure their personality type and students obtained marks in last semester were recorded to assess their academic achievement. Results support the concept of "congruence" in Gilgit-Pakistan and congruent group has higher academic achievement as compared to incongruent group.
Congruence, Interest, Personality type, Academic achievement
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Hussain, S., Ali, Z., & Din, A. u. (2015). Congruence between interest and field of study as determinant of academic achievement among University students in Gilgit- Baltistan. Business Review, 10(2), 161-169. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1360
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