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Journal of Management Research and Analysis


Diagnostic exploration about job satisfaction pertaining to the contractual faculty of engineering colleges and private university in developing country like India


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Author Details : Vishal Mahajan*, Darshan Kumar

Volume : 5, Issue : 4, Year : 2018

Article Page : 412-419


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Abstract

In the present worldwide, the structure of the education faces various difficulties because of the powerful idea of the environment. One of the innumerable difficulties for enlightenment structure today is to fulfil its highly skilled faculty to manage the regularly adjusting and embryonic illumination globe A faculty can do his/her utmost capability if she/he is pleased with the task. A well-satisfied faculty can utilize his/her talent for the welfare of the students. This paper explores the job satisfaction level of contract faculty, serving in government and private institutions functioning near the border area of Gurdaspur district in Punjab, India. It also focuses on the problem and exploitation which are faced by contractual faculty due to the policies adopted by the management of these engineering institutions during their career. Approximately 700 questionnaires were distributed personally for survey and through emails. Information was collected through a study of 150 faculty members of educational institutes, serving in seven governments and self-financed colleges and private universities functioning near the perimeter area of Gurdaspur. The outcomes show that there is an immediate relationship between parameters like professional development and job satisfaction. The study presumes that by giving the best workplace, the educational institutes can build the level of job satisfaction of their faculty. Analytical results of the study have been verified with the help of SPSS-16 software.

Keywords: Job satisfaction, Edification system, Contractual faculty, Rural Area, Border area.

Doi : 10.18231/2394-2770.2018.0067

How to cite : Mahajan V, Kumar D, Diagnostic exploration about job satisfaction pertaining to the contractual faculty of engineering colleges and private university in developing country like India. J Manag Res Anal 2018;5(4):412-419

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