| Published: April 25, 2021
Work Motivation and Teacher’s Effectiveness of Government and Private Colleges affiliated to same University
Work Motivation is defined as “the desire or willingness to make an effort in one’s work” and teacher’s Effectiveness is defined as “a teacher’s ability to utilize approaches, strategies, connections to students, and a particular set of attitudes that lead to improved student learning and achievement” (Strong, Ward, & Grant, 2011). The objective of the study is to determine and understand the effect of work motivation on teacher’s effectiveness. The research undertaken is descriptive and explains its aspects with a quantitative take on the matter. The population of the study were professors and other teaching staff from different colleges under the same university (Calcutta University). The research instrument which was used to collect data using a questionnaire was first tested on 25 professors and teaching staff outside the sample to determine the validity and reliability of the instrument. Test requirements analysis performed tests of normality, linearity, and regression significance. The research hypothesis test is done with path analysis. The results of the study found: (1) There is no significant relationship between Work Motivation and the effectiveness of the Teaching staff and Professors of Colleges. (2) There is no significant relationship between Work Motivation and Teacher’s effectiveness of Private college Professors and Teachings staff.
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© 2021, Sharma B.
Received: March 08, 2021; Revision Received: April 05, 2021; Accepted: April 25, 2021
Published in Volume 09, Issue 2, April-June, 2021