Comparison of job satisfaction between gulf physical education teachers and Indian physical education teachers towards physical facilitiesAuthor(s):
Gyanendra Singh, Dr. Usha Tiwari, Dr. Dhirendra Tiwari and Vinod Kumar TiwariAbstract:
The purpose of this research was “Comparison of job satisfaction between Gulf physical education teachers and Indian physical education teachers towards Physical facilities” For Present study, 240 Indian origin school physical education teachers working in private schools of India and Gulf Countries (120 from India and 120 from Gulf Countries) were selected randomly as subject for this study. The questionnaire was meant for measuring the job satisfaction of respective teachers. Teachers job satisfaction scale (TJSS) was developed and standardized by Dr. Meera Dixit. To measure satisfaction with different aspects of job, it contains 52 Likert type items which were divided over eight dimensions of job satisfaction. Each item was to be answered on a scale of five alternatives i.e. from strongly agree to strongly disagree. The data had been analyzed by using SPSS (Version 20) The statistical techniques employed for the analysis of data collected on all the variables were following: Descriptive Analysis: Means and standard deviations were calculated. Satisfaction level of Indian and Gulf Countries teachers were compared through independent sampling t-test and the level of significance was set at .05 level. Result shows that for (Physical Facilities) no significant difference was found among the opinion of Indian physical education teachers and Gulf physical education teachers as calculated value of ‘t’ is less than tabulated value of ‘t’, level of significance was tested at 0.05.Pages: 87-89 | Views: 186 | Downloads: 69Download Full Article: Click Here
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Gyanendra Singh, Dr. Usha Tiwari, Dr. Dhirendra Tiwari, Vinod Kumar Tiwari. Comparison of job satisfaction between gulf physical education teachers and Indian physical education teachers towards physical facilities. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2021;3(1):87-89.