Vol. 2, Issue 4 (2017)
Occupational stress and job satisfaction among college teachers of government and private colleges
Author(s): Dr. Savita Gahlawat
Abstract: The present study was designed to assess the occupational stress and job satisfaction among the college teachers of government and private colleges. The sample consisted of randomly selected 100 (50 Government college teachers and 50 Private college teachers) college teachers 25-35 years. Occupational stress index developed and standardized by Srivastava and Singh and Job satisfaction scale developed and standardized by Singh and Sharma were administered on the subjects. The results of the study indicate that Government college teachers have better job satisfaction and less occupational stress than the teachers working in private colleges. The study also gives insight to private authorities to identify the causes behind stress and dissatisfaction to boost up the sense of security and satisfaction among private college teachers.