March 25, 2015
Psychological Well-Being among Public and Private Undertakings in Aligarh
The aim of this study was to compare the psychological well-being of public and private undertakings in Aligarh. The sample consisted of 100 participants including 50 each from public and private undertakings. Psychological well-being is a positive aspect that is present in every individual in varying degree& it is very important to measure psychological well-being among public & private sector due to its role of productivity in each sector. Psychological well Being is an important aspect for effective performance in each undertaking sector, as it determines the internal feelings to persuade the external actions .Low psychological well-being is obvious to effect any domain of our life may it be academic or work life. 42 item versions Psychological well being scale by Carol ryff was used to collect the data from different private & public undertakings in Aligarh. This scale consist of six dimensions namely Autonomy, Environmental Mastery, Personal Growth, Positive Relationship, Purpose in Life, Self-Acceptance. Mean, Standard Deviation and t-test were applied for analysis of data. The findings of this study revealed that over all psychological well-being of public undertakings is higher than private undertakings. Significant difference of overall psychological well-being was found between public and private undertakings in Aligarh .Furthermore, significant difference was found on all above mentioned dimensions of psychological well-being except autonomy and self-acceptance.
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How to cite this article:
S Bashir, A SufiyanZilli. (2015). Psychological Well-Being among Public and Private Undertakings in Aligarh. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 2 (2), DOI: 10.25215/0202.024, DIP: 18.01.024/20140202
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