Abdul Basit Khan*, Dr. Muhammad Ayaz**, Dr. Gulap Shahzada***
The main focus of this article is about that students can get a better social adjustment in society due to cleanliness, because cleanliness is half of the faith. The study was descriptive in nature. All the 8073 male government secondary schools’ students of district Bannu was the population of the study. The sample was taken according to John Curry (1984) formula Rule of Thumb. Stratified random sampling technique was used. Data was collected with the help of self-made questionnaire. Researcher tested validity and reliability of questionnaire. After reliability 30 items were remain. Descriptive statistic (frequency and percentage) were used to identify cleanliness at secondary school level and inferential statistic (regression) was used to know the perceived effect of cleanliness on social adjustment of the students at secondary school level in district Bannu.