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Impact of Type of School (govt. and Private) on Stress among Teachers


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1 Department of Soc, GS SS Chakkan, Sirsa, Haryana, India
2 Department of Education, CDLU, Sirsa, India
3 Jr. Programmer, GJU, Hisar, India
     

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In recent years, inclusive education has risen to prominence, which changed the traditional roles of teachers, from using a "talk and chalk" method, to being more pupil-centred. The role of teachers in mainstream schools has become more varied and challenging. Research has shown that casual factors for stress include role overload, poor learner behaviour, lack of resources the number of individuals for whom teachers are responsible, diversity in individuals with whom they have to work, resistance and lack of motivation of co-workers During study in sirsa city of Haryanaa sample of 200 primary and secondary school teachers of government and private school was taken by random sampling technique It was found that there is no significant difference in the occupational stress of primary and secondary school teachers in relation to type of school (Government and Private).

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Occupational Stress, School Teachers
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Neeru Bala
Department of Soc, GS SS Chakkan, Sirsa, Haryana, India
Nivedita Hooda
Department of Education, CDLU, Sirsa, India
Darpan Saluja
Jr. Programmer, GJU, Hisar, India

Abstract


In recent years, inclusive education has risen to prominence, which changed the traditional roles of teachers, from using a "talk and chalk" method, to being more pupil-centred. The role of teachers in mainstream schools has become more varied and challenging. Research has shown that casual factors for stress include role overload, poor learner behaviour, lack of resources the number of individuals for whom teachers are responsible, diversity in individuals with whom they have to work, resistance and lack of motivation of co-workers During study in sirsa city of Haryanaa sample of 200 primary and secondary school teachers of government and private school was taken by random sampling technique It was found that there is no significant difference in the occupational stress of primary and secondary school teachers in relation to type of school (Government and Private).

Keywords


Occupational Stress, School Teachers