Comparative Study of Profession Satisfaction among Physical Education Teachers of Different School Organizations in India

Jagdish Yadav*
Physical Education Department, A.K. College, Station Road, Shkohabad (Firozabad) 205135, INDIA
*Correspondence: Dr.Jagdish Yadav, Assistant Professor. Email:jyadav1509@rediffmail.com

ABSTRACT
Background: Job satisfaction has been considered a function of the perceived relationship between that one wants from one’s job and what he perceives it is offering Objective: The purpose of the present study was to compare the job satisfaction among physical education teachers of kendriya vidyalaya, government schools and public schools of Utter Pradesh, India. Subjects and methods: Total 300 Physical Education teachers from different school organizations (100 kendriya vidyalayas, 100 government schools and 100 public schools) were selected randomly from Utter Pradesh, India. Keeping the feasibility criterion in mind, job satisfaction variable was selected for the study. Results: The study was tested for validity and reliability.  We did not find any significant difference in job satisfaction among teachers of different school /organizations.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Physical Education, Health

Citation: Yadav J. Comparative Study of Profession Satisfaction among Physical Education Teachers of Different School Organizations in India. Canad J Clin Nutr 2017; 5 (1): 29-39.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14206/canad.j.clin.nutr.2017.01.04

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