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A Comparative Study on Job Satisfaction between Ad Hoc Basis Teacher and Regular Teachers- with Reference to Degree Colleges of Kurukshetra


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Most of degree colleges in Kurukshetra are suffering from acute shortage of regular basis faculty. For this reason the colleges depends on the services of ad-hoc basis faculty. College teachers are the most important group of professionals for our nation‟s future. Teachers are the source of guidance in all the crucial steps in the academic life of the students. When teachers are satisfied with their job they can perform their responsibilities with more concentration and devotion. For the same reason a study was undertaken to identify the factors which impact the level of satisfaction of college teachers in Kurukshetra. The data used in this paper is primary in nature and collected through personal interviews in the form of questionnaire from a sample of 50 college teachers selected from the degree colleges of Kurukshetra. Person‟s correlation test and ANOVA test is used for analysis of data. Research shows that ad-hoc basis faculties are highly dissatisfied regarding salary/leave benefit, job security, research support and facilities, career advancement.

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Job Satisfaction, College Teachers, Performance, Job Security, Need Based Approach
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Manju Malik
Directorate of Distance Education Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

Abstract


Most of degree colleges in Kurukshetra are suffering from acute shortage of regular basis faculty. For this reason the colleges depends on the services of ad-hoc basis faculty. College teachers are the most important group of professionals for our nation‟s future. Teachers are the source of guidance in all the crucial steps in the academic life of the students. When teachers are satisfied with their job they can perform their responsibilities with more concentration and devotion. For the same reason a study was undertaken to identify the factors which impact the level of satisfaction of college teachers in Kurukshetra. The data used in this paper is primary in nature and collected through personal interviews in the form of questionnaire from a sample of 50 college teachers selected from the degree colleges of Kurukshetra. Person‟s correlation test and ANOVA test is used for analysis of data. Research shows that ad-hoc basis faculties are highly dissatisfied regarding salary/leave benefit, job security, research support and facilities, career advancement.

Keywords


Job Satisfaction, College Teachers, Performance, Job Security, Need Based Approach

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