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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part A

Comparative study of occupational stress, burnout, job satisfaction and self-efficacy of secondary school physical education teachers in relation to demographical features Karnataka state

AUTHOR(S): Rajkumar P Malipatil and Jayalaxmi G Sirasangi
ABSTRACT:
In the present study findings on “comparative study of occupational stress, burnout, job satisfaction and self efficacy of secondary school physical education teachers in relation to demographical features Karnataka state”. The Independent variable organization school set ups, Dependent variable such as occupational stress, burnout, job satisfaction and self efficacy. For the purpose of study descriptive survey and questionnaire method was used. The sample compared of 300 secondary school physical education teachers working in government .aided and unaided school in Karnataka state. The data was collecting simple random sampling method technique was used in present study and questionnaire collect for division wise. The present data was analysed by using Mean and SD, no significant was found to between occupational stress, burnout, job satisfaction and self efficacy of secondary school physical education teachers in Karnataka state.
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How to cite this article:
Rajkumar P Malipatil and Jayalaxmi G Sirasangi. Comparative study of occupational stress, burnout, job satisfaction and self-efficacy of secondary school physical education teachers in relation to demographical features Karnataka state. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 08-13.
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