| Published: March 25, 2016
Job Satisfaction of Contractual Teachers in Telangana – A study
In formal education teacher has a very important place in improvement of education. Teachers’ role in society, in general and in higher education in particular has been changing with time but the importance of this position remains the same. The teacher is the pre-requisite of the success of all educational programmes. He/ She must have the ability to get satisfaction from his/her job. All educational programmes should inculcate good qualities in teacher so that he/she is in the best position to impart quality education to students. Development of the country requires a high rate of production and fullest possible utilization of both human as well as material resources. Nowadays, there is, however, a general feeling that the teachers do not have satisfaction in their job. There seems to be growing discontentment towards their job as a result of which standard of education is falling. Teachers are dissatisfied in spite of different plans and programs, which have been implemented to improve their job. Higher academic and professional qualification of the teachers, no doubt, can raise the standard of education as well as that of nation, but dissatisfied teachers, in spite of having a good and sound academic career and professional training, will do much harm than good because they will neither work whole heartedly nor will they try to contribute anything towards higher education. This paper is devoted to tracing out satisfaction and dissatisfaction of contractual teacher in Telangana aria.
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© 2016 I T Gopi, K Saidireddy
Received: December 26, 2015; Revision Received: January 19, 2016; Accepted: March 25, 2016
Published in Volume 03, Issue 2, January-March, 2016