JOB SATISFACTION OF CONTRACT TEACHERS AND REGULAR TEACHERS IN RELATION TO GENDER AT SECONDARY LEVELJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.3, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2014-05-04
Authors : Sanjukta Bhuyan; Bimal Prasad Mallick;
Page : 2274-2282
Keywords : Job Satisfaction and Contract Teachers;
This study is an attempt to find out the variation in job satisfaction of the contract teachers and regular teachers on the basis of their gender. The sample comprised of 120 Secondary School teachers; out of them 60 were contract teachers an d 60 were regular teachers. Further 30 male and 30 female teachers were included both contract and regular groups. The sample was selected out of 20 Secondary Schools applying simple random sampling procedure. Job satisfaction scale of Singh and Sharma was used for collection of data. The ‘t’ test was applied in order to calculate the significance difference between two group means. The results indicated that regular teachers have more job satisfaction in comparison to contract teachers. There was significa nt difference between contract teachers and regular teachers regarding job satisfaction. There was no gender variation among the contract teachers and regular teachers in regard to job satisfaction.
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