Volume : IV, Issue : I, January - 2015

Impact of Work Involvement on Career Orientation of Working Women

M. C. Shivakumar, Dr Venkatesh S

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Work involvement adds to quality of higher education. One of the basic requirements of quality higher education is the commitment and involvement of teacher. The present study examined the impact of work involvement on career orientation of women working in degree collages. The field study data for the cross section of people collected and used for the present analysis. Data collected from 350 women employees working in degree collages. It has been found from the study that the career orientation of women in terms of attending and presenting papers in state, national and international conferences and seminars, teaching and research extension, and teaching and capabilities have not been influenced by work involvement. However, publication of research works of women employees have been significantly and negatively influenced by work involvement. Therefore, the work involvement of has to be reoriented to ensure the career orientation of women faculty working in degree collages.

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M.C. Shivakumar,Dr Venkatesh S Impact of Work Involvement on Career Orientation of Working Women Global Journal For Research Analysis, Vol: 4, Issue: 1 January 2015

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