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Self-efficacy in classroom management is considered to be one of the most important skills of an effective lecturer. Researches have shown that self-efficacy in classroom management is directly related to better students’ performance. This study was conducted to find out the role of lecturers’ self-efficacy in classroom management towards students’ performance. A total of 99 TVET lecturers and 373 final year degree student were involved in the study. Quantitative approach and correlational analysis was considered to be most suitable to achieve the main objective of the study. Teacher interpersonal self-efficacy scale was used to measure self-efficacy of lecturers and GPA was used to measure students’ performance. Findings revealed that high level of self-efficacy is related to students’ performance. It was concluded that every lecturer need to enhance their self-efficacy in classroom management in order to maximize students’ performance and lecturers’ own well-being
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