The all-round development of an individual requires the development of all aspects of life which brings them adjust with their environment. The psychosocial competence is an individual's capability to pact successfully with the stresses and challenges of everyday life. The transitional phase of childhood and adulthood which determines many aspects of future during this age many physical, emotional, mental, moral and social changes are occurred. The nature of study of different streams of students of secondary classes are different. Life skills are actually psychosocial abilities attained by any individual with her/his efforts. The goal of this study was to investigate whether scholarly achievement, social competence and stress mediate the relationships and comparisons among rural adolescence students of different streams of study. It was concluded from this study is that the scholarly achievement and social competence of arts and science streams senior secondary rural students are not different but stress among arts and science stream senior secondary rural students is different among senior secondary rural students.
Scholarly Achievement, Social Competence, Stress and Rural Students.