The Point of Present Research Is Examining Relations Between Confidence, Achievement Objectives and Scholastic Achievement Among the Secondary Students. Confidence and Achievement Objectives Introduction Are the Most Vital Variables That Impacts on Scholarly Achievement Among the Understudies. Consequently, 200 Grade School Understudies (50 Male, 50 Female) Were Picked Arbitrarily and at That Point For Information Accumulation Two Polls Were Utilized Eysenck Confidence Survey (Eysenck,1976) and Understudies' Achievement Objective Introductions Check List (Midgely,Et Al.,1998). the Highest Quality Level For Scholarly Achievement Was Their Normal Scholastic Imprints Amid Their Scholarly Years. Information Were Pc Examined, Utilizing Spss 15.1 and Running a Few Enlightening What's More, Diagnostic Tests Including Pearson Connection and T-Understudy. Consequence of Research Demonstrated That Confidence, Objective Introduction Segments (Dominance, Approach Execution and Shirking Execution) and Scholarly Achievement Are Associated (P<0.05).In Expansion To, Consequences of T-Understudy Additionally Demonstrate That There Are Critical Contrasts Amongst Male and Female Understudies In Scores of Confidence and Achievement Objectives Introduction. the Aftereffects of This Present Research Uncovered That Confidence and Achievement Objectives Are Influencing Factors on Scholarly Achievement Among the Elementary School Understudies.