An assessment of teacher's job satisfaction and its possible effects on student achievements

Pradeep S. Kachhawa, Anushree Joshi, Anita Gajraj

Abstract


The present study was conducted on 160 teachers of different subjects (Hindi, English, Mathematics, and Science) of
secondary level under public sector schools to assess their job satisfaction. Results suggested that job satisfaction
level was found maximum in mathematics subject teachers and minimum in Hindi. The key findings of this study
was lack of better opportunity, low salary and the work that an individual find boring are certain issues which affect
teacher's responsibility. Low level of satisfaction was a significant cause to move out from their objectives and it
proportionally affects learning methodology of students.

Keywords


public sector schools, English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, job satisfaction

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15614/ijpp.v9i01.11762

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