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Effect of stress on occupational self-efficacy job satisfaction and organizational effectiveness of primary school teachers

Author: 
Bharati Jani
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

It is said that teaching is essentially a spiritual process, involving contact mind with mind. A good teacher exerts a powerful and abiding influence on the life of educand. In shaping the child we not only shape the future man but also the future of the nation and the entire human society as such. Teacher is also a human being. We cannot expect him to be perfect in this imperfect world. There are level o f personal stress caused by teaching profession i.e. Stress becomes too high, his performance breaks down. Generally in primary Education, teachers are experiencing pressures to increase productivity and efficiency at their working place and exception of the society was more from them, for which teachers face so much stress in their profession. It is an attempted has been made by the researcher in this paper to examine the effect of personal Stress on the Occupational Self-Efficacy Job Satisfaction and Organizational Effectiveness of Primary School Teachers. And to study the correlation between occupational self-efficacy and job satisfaction, job satisfaction and organizational effectiveness and occupational self efficacy and organizational effectiveness of Primary School Teachers. Sample of 600 teachers of primary school from Kalahandi, Balngir and Koraput district of Odisha was selected on a random purposive sample technique basis. Four tools have been selected by researcher for collection of data-: (i) Personal Stress Source Inventory (ii) Occupational Self-Efficacy Scale (iii) Job Satisfaction Scale developed. (iv) Organizational Effectiveness Scale. The collected data was analyzed by applying appropriate statistical techniques like standard error of difference and coefficient of correlation was used for analysis and interpretation to study the relationship between and among the variables. On the basis of result analysis the finding and recommendation were derived.

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