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International Journal of Advanced Academic Studies

2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part B

The study of emotional intelligence, job satisfaction, and organisational commitment in higher secondary English teachers in Bilaspur District in Chhattisgarh


Author(s): Caroline Satur and Dr. Sunil Gouraha

Abstract:
“True motivation comes from achievement, personal development, job satisfaction, and recognition.”
- Frederick Herzberg
Teaching is the process of attending to people’s needs, experiences and feelings, and intervening so that they learn particular things, and go beyond the given. Good teaching is about caring, nurturing and developing minds and talents. It's about devoting time, often invisible, to every student. It's also about the thankless hours of grading, designing or redesigning courses and preparing materials to still further enhance instruction.
Teaching not only involves the transmission of information or knowledge from teachers to students, but it is a job which involves multidimensional human interaction to achieve the desired goals of an educational organisation. The education sector has become very diverse and demanding. Professional liabilities of teachers in India have increased day by day. These liabilities have made the work environment more difficult to adjust to, resulting into low organisational commitment in teachers. Interaction with colleagues, students and work, and family pressure are all increasing the emotional labour of the teachers, and many of them are unable to strike a balance between job demands, relationships at school and family liabilities. When teachers lack commitment to their jobs, they tend to get bad results. When they are clear about what they want and commit themselves to achieve it, they usually get there successfully. The organisational commitment of teachers is a significant area to be investigated in relation to emotional intelligence in the Indian scenario where most of the teachers do not join the teaching profession as their primary choice, but rather as a last resort. The low level of teacher commitment to their organisation has resulted in a poor sense of responsibility and poor standards for education. In this study, the researchers investigate the relationship between emotional intelligence and organisational commitment in the context of English teachers in Higher Secondary schools in Bilaspur District in Chhattisgarh.


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How to cite this article:
Caroline Satur, Dr. Sunil Gouraha. The study of emotional intelligence, job satisfaction, and organisational commitment in higher secondary English teachers in Bilaspur District in Chhattisgarh. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2021;3(2):73-75.
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