Volume : IV, Issue : XI, November - 2015

Study of Factors Affecting Motivation Level of Post Graduate Teachers at Professional Institutes and its impact on Retention

Dr. Mrs. Sunanda Navale

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The study was designed to examine the factors affecting motivational level of Post Graduate teachers at Professional Institutes. Major objectives of the study were to identify the factors responsible for low and high the motivation of teachers There are several reasons why teachers choose to change schools or leave teaching completely. Stress related to increased demands on time, low pay, student discipline problems, low morale levels, and lack of support from campus administration are issues that teachers must face. This study attempted to determine the effect, if any, that teacher morale had on teachersí decisions to change schools. Past Study reveals that discrimination at work place on the basis of gender, senior and junior, job profile, appreciation, low appreciation or no appreciation of good work are the key factors which affect the teacher motivation at work place and affect the retention rate of employees in an organization. This research is purely qualitative in nature and focuses on the factors which affect the motivation level of teachers. According to the research findings due to low appreciation or no appreciation and gender bias are the key factors which affect the teacher motivation level at work place.

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Dr. (Mrs.) Sunanda Navale Study of Factors Affecting Motivation Level of Post Graduate Teachers at Professional Institutes and its Impact On Retention Global Journal For Research Analysis, Vol: 4, Issue: 11 November 2015


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