June 25, 2016
Job Satisfaction: A Comparative Analysis of Private and Public Sector Teachers of District West Bengal, India
Teachers are building block of a nation. Teacher’s role is very crucial in the growth of a country so that there is need to assess for improvement of their skills. The present study deals with job satisfaction among the teachers of private and public sector educational institute of west Bengal. Attempts were also made to assess their level of happiness and quality of inter personal relationship. The sample size was 100 divided into 2 groups i.e., private sector and public sector teacher. Each group was consisted respondents age ranging between 25-50 years and having minimum 2 years of job experience and each group was further divided into two sub groups i.e. male (n=25) and female (n=25). The data were collected from teaching employees of several private and public educational institutes (higher secondary schools, colleges, universities) of west Bengal. It reveals that public sector employees were found to be more satisfied than the private sector employees in their job and the similar result was also revealed for level of happiness and quality of interpersonal relationship. Furthermore, significant correlation has been found between job satisfaction and level of happiness and between job satisfaction and interpersonal relationship among the teachers of private and public sector institutes of west Bengal.
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How to cite this article:
P Singha, S Raychaudhri. (2016). Job Satisfaction: A Comparative Analysis of Private and Public Sector Teachers of District West Bengal, India. International Journal of Indian Psychology 3 (3), DOI: 10.25215/0303.070, DIP: 18.01.070/20160303
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