Now a day’s police and civil Employees are working in under the stress. Employees are facing psychological problems and emotional stability and problem are increasing day by day. Low salary and job insecurity is becoming a serious problem and job attitude of Employees is changing and less satisfaction has been seen. In present study researcher has comprises the mood states to nature of employment and area of working place of police and civil employees in Aurangabad district. Main objectives of the present research are to study the mood states of employees serving in police and civil departments and study the mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil departments. It was two hypotheses formulated that, there will be significant differences in mood states of police and civil employees and there would be significant differences in mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil depts. The 400 police and civil employees were chosen by successive purposive sampling method from urban and rural area of Aurangabad district. Mood states questionnaire used (Dr. Mahesh Bhargva and Dr. S.D. Kapoor) for data collection. Two way ANOVA used for data analysis and results found that the significantly differences (df=1,396, P<0.01) on mood states of employees. Hence concluded that area of working and nature of employment significantly impact on mood states of employees.

"> Now a day’s police and civil Employees are working in under the stress. Employees are facing psychological problems and emotional stability and problem are increasing day by day. Low salary and job insecurity is becoming a serious problem and job attitude of Employees is changing and less satisfaction has been seen. In present study researcher has comprises the mood states to nature of employment and area of working place of police and civil employees in Aurangabad district. Main objectives of the present research are to study the mood states of employees serving in police and civil departments and study the mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil departments. It was two hypotheses formulated that, there will be significant differences in mood states of police and civil employees and there would be significant differences in mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil depts. The 400 police and civil employees were chosen by successive purposive sampling method from urban and rural area of Aurangabad district. Mood states questionnaire used (Dr. Mahesh Bhargva and Dr. S.D. Kapoor) for data collection. Two way ANOVA used for data analysis and results found that the significantly differences (df=1,396, P<0.01) on mood states of employees. Hence concluded that area of working and nature of employment significantly impact on mood states of employees.

"> Now a day’s police and civil Employees are working in under the stress. Employees are facing psychological problems and emotional stability and problem are increasing day by day. Low salary and job insecurity is becoming a serious problem and job attitude of Employees is changing and less satisfaction has been seen. In present study researcher has comprises the mood states to nature of employment and area of working place of police and civil employees in Aurangabad district. Main objectives of the present research are to study the mood states of employees serving in police and civil departments and study the mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil departments. It was two hypotheses formulated that, there will be significant differences in mood states of police and civil employees and there would be significant differences in mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil depts. The 400 police and civil employees were chosen by successive purposive sampling method from urban and rural area of Aurangabad district. Mood states questionnaire used (Dr. Mahesh Bhargva and Dr. S.D. Kapoor) for data collection. Two way ANOVA used for data analysis and results found that the significantly differences (df=1,396, P<0.01) on mood states of employees. Hence concluded that area of working and nature of employment significantly impact on mood states of employees.

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The Effect of Employment and Working Place on Mood States of Employees

Dr. Bharat H. Mimrot

Head, U.G & P.G Dept. of Psychology, NKSPT’s Arts Sci and Com college, Badnapur, Dist. Jalna Google Scholar More about the auther

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DOI: 10.25215/0201.048

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Now a day’s police and civil Employees are working in under the stress. Employees are facing psychological problems and emotional stability and problem are increasing day by day. Low salary and job insecurity is becoming a serious problem and job attitude of Employees is changing and less satisfaction has been seen. In present study researcher has comprises the mood states to nature of employment and area of working place of police and civil employees in Aurangabad district. Main objectives of the present research are to study the mood states of employees serving in police and civil departments and study the mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil departments. It was two hypotheses formulated that, there will be significant differences in mood states of police and civil employees and there would be significant differences in mood states of urban and rural employees serving in police and civil depts. The 400 police and civil employees were chosen by successive purposive sampling method from urban and rural area of Aurangabad district. Mood states questionnaire used (Dr. Mahesh Bhargva and Dr. S.D. Kapoor) for data collection. Two way ANOVA used for data analysis and results found that the significantly differences (df=1,396, P<0.01) on mood states of employees. Hence concluded that area of working and nature of employment significantly impact on mood states of employees.

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18.01.048/20140201

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