June 25, 2016
A Study of Anxiety among CHB and Permanent Teachers in Shirpur Tahasil
Living standard of human being would fulfil due to his work. If someone maintains their living standard he can enjoy happiness and protect anxiety also. Otherwise various psychological problems threat to mental and physical health. The present era is, an era of quality, innovation, productivity and progress. Therefore every field is fully covered by the competition. Today’s teacher is in confusion; regard how to make balance between job and family life. As well as, occupational competition, support less working environment, hour basis and contract basis Government employment policy, university policy regarding teacher affiliation, cast, religious and gender discrimination are threats to mental health. The productivity, quality work, innovation and overall progress of teachers as well as educational institute are associated with teacher’s mental health. The main purpose of present research paper is to measure the anxiety status between clock hour’s basis college teacher and permanent college teacher among Shirpur Tahasil, Dist-Dhule Maharashtra. The present study was conducted on 32 CHB college teachers and 32 permanent college teachers. The sample age group was between 25 to 40 years old. In this paper the researcher found that, the Clock hour’s basis college teachers were found more anxious than the permanent college teacher. While, male college teachers were found less anxious than the female college teachers.
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How to cite this article:
Dongare N S. (2018). A Study of Anxiety among CHB and Permanent Teachers in Shirpur Tahasil. International Journal of Indian Psychology 6 (5), DOI: 10.25215/0605.205, DIP: 18.01.205/20180605
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