A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JOB SATISFACTION AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS EDUCATION AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS By Dr. J.V. Rama Chandra Rao[1]

 

Abstract

School teachers are the most important group of professional for our nation’s future. Therefore, it is astonishing to know that even today many of the school teachers are dissatisfied with their jobs. Job satisfactions among school teachers are good not only for themselves but society as a whole. It increases productivity and classroom performance in the schools. Teachers are the source of guidance in all the crucial steps in the academic life of the students. When the teachers are satisfied in their job at that time only they have interested to teach students with efficiently and effectively.  The purposes this study is 1) To analyse the job satisfaction level among the male and female teachers of secondary schools. 2) To analyse the attitude of the male and female teachers of secondary schools towards education. The “Descriptive Research Study” has been used. The primary data was collected by administering structured questionnaire to the Secondary schools in Vijayawada city. The sample of 200 teachers in 20 Government Secondary schools selected using Quota sampling technique. The obtained data was analysed using means, S.D. and t-test. The study revealed the following findings 1) No significant difference was found between the job satisfaction of male and female teachers of Secondary schools. 2) Both male and female teachers of Secondary schools have not significantly different attitude towards education.

Keywords: Attitude, Job Satisfaction, Secondary school, Teachers and Education.

[1] M.A (Psychology), M.S, (Psychotherapy & Counselling), M.Ed., M.S.W, M.H.R.M, Ph.D

Lecturer in Psychology, Vikas College of Education, Vissanna Peta, Krishna Dist

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