2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part H
The comparative study of occupational stress, burnout self efficacy and job satisfaction on secondary school physical education teachers in demographical features
AUTHOR(S): Jayalaxmi G Sirasangi and Rajkumar P Malipatil
In this study, an attempt was made to Compare Occupational Stress, Burnout, Self-Efficacy And Job Satisfaction Among Physical Education Teachers Working In Different Types Of Schools Such As Government, Aided And Unaided Schools In The State Of Karnataka. It was hypothesized that there would be significant difference among government aided and unaided school physical education teachers as regards to their occupational stress, burnout, self-efficacy and job satisfaction. In sequence to achieve the objective of the present study, occupational stress scale developed by Dr.A.K. Srivastva and Dr A. P. Singh, Burnout scale developed by Karuna Shankar Mishra, self-efficacy scale developed by Banduras and Job Satisfaction Scale developed by Meera dixit (2003) was administered on a subjects of total 300 physical education teachers working in the state of Karnataka. Out of these, the teachers working in government schools numbered 100 whereas from aided 100 and unaided 100 school category, 100 teachers each were taken for the purpose of the study. Results of the study showed that significant differences in occupational stress, burnout, self-efficacy and job satisfaction existed among the three categories of the teachers.
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Jayalaxmi G Sirasangi and Rajkumar P Malipatil. The comparative study of occupational stress, burnout self efficacy and job satisfaction on secondary school physical education teachers in demographical features. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 421-425.