Volume : 5, Issue : 8, AUG 2019

MAJOR FACTORS DETERMINING JOB SATISFACTION OF COLLEGE TEACHERS

MRS.D.REENA, DR.V.PUSHPALATHA

Abstract

In India, Teacher has always a prominent position in the system of Education and his behavior has been watched with utmost care and caution from the earliest days. It is obvious that future of a Nation depends upon the quality of the teachers, the country has, and the concept of a good teacher of the past is no more valid in the present context of education. Teacher effectiveness, teaching aptitude and teacher’s job satisfaction etc. Are the new targets towards which the educational heading with the help of scientific tools of measurements. Job satisfaction is the result of various attitudes possessed by an employee towards his job; these attitudes may be related to job factors such as salary. Job security, job environment, nature of work,  opportunities for promotion and other fringe benefits. Job satisfaction may thus be defined as an attitude which results from a balancing and summation of many specific likes and dislikes experienced by an employee in the performance of his job. The present study analyses the job satisfaction of Arts and Science college teachers in north of Madurai. The respondents taken for this study is 50 from various colleges.

Keywords

SALARY, JOB SATISFACTION, EDUCATION, PROMOTION, TEACHING.

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