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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2020, Vol. 5 Issue 2, Part C

A survey on job satisfaction among physical education personnel working in training colleges of Karnataka state

AUTHOR(S): Kumaraswamy K and Appanna M Gasti
ABSTRACT:
Job satisfaction is the favorable or unfavorable subjective feeling with which employees view their work. It results when there is congruence between job requirement, demands and expectations of Employees. It expresses the extent of match between employees, the expectation of the job and the reward that the job provides. The factors of physical conditions and social nature affect job satisfaction and productivity. Job satisfaction is defined as an effective or emotional response toward various facts of one’s job. Now-a-days, there is a general feeling that the teachers do not have satisfaction in their jobs. There seems to be a growing discontentment towards their job as a result of which standards of education are falling. Teachers are dissatisfied in spite of different plans and programmes which have been implemented to improve their job. The purpose of the study was to know the job satisfaction among physical education personnel working in training colleges. To achieve the purpose of the study 300 physical education personnel working in training colleges from the four academic divisions of Karnataka state were randomly selected as subject for the study. Out of these 300 teachers, 87 teachers from Bangalore Division, 74 teachers from Gulbarga Division, 98 teachers from Belgaum Division and 41 teachers from Mysore Division were taken for the study. Job satisfaction of physical education personnel working in training colleges was assessed with the help of Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) developed and standardized by Dr. Amar Singh, and Dr. T.R. Sharma. To know the job satisfaction among physical education personnel working in training colleges One way ANOVA Statistical test was used at 0.05 level of significance, if the ‘F’ value found significant post hoc analysis was applied to know the mean differences in job satisfaction among physical education personnel working in training colleges with the help of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) 23rd version. This study was concluded that there was a significant difference among job satisfaction of physical education personnel working in training colleges.
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How to cite this article:
Kumaraswamy K, Appanna M Gasti. A survey on job satisfaction among physical education personnel working in training colleges of Karnataka state. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2020;5(2):157-159. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/yogic.2020.v5.i2c.1089
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