| Published: December 28, 2021
Job Satisfaction of Teacher Educators in Relation to Professional Commitment
Teaching is a highly patrician profession and teachers are always a boon to the society. The ultimate process of education could be facilitated as a consequential interactivity between the teacher and the taught. The teacher thus plays a direct and pivotal role in shaping a pupil towards education. Since a teacher is paragon for the students, job satisfaction and professional commitment of teacher educators become very essential in the fields of education. Thus, the researcher felt the need to scrutinize the job satisfaction in relation to professional commitment of teacher educators. The sample of the study composed of 300 teacher educators selected from the B.Ed. colleges of Punjab in India. Job Satisfaction Scale standardized by Dr. (Mrs.) Meera Dixit (1993) and Professional Commitment scale developed by Dr. Ravinder Kaur and Sarabjit Kaur (2011) was administered to collect the data. The result stipulates that there exists a significant difference between male and female teacher educators in their job satisfaction and there exists no significant difference between male and female teacher educators in their professional commitment. Additionally, result shows that there exists positive significant relationship between job satisfaction and professional commitment. This demonstrates that job satisfaction and professional commitment are significantly related to each other.
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© 2021, Khan T. & Kaur J.
Received: October 19, 2021; Revision Received: December 02, 2021; Accepted: December 28, 2021
Published in Volume 09, Issue 4, October- December, 2021