IJMH – Volume 5 Issue 4 Paper 1


Author’s Name : Dr S Parthiban | S Krishnakumar

Volume 05 Issue 04  Year 2018  ISSN No:  2349-7289  Page no: 1- 4



Higher education in India has recorded impressive growth since Independence. Hence India has to compete with global economy where we need qualified faculties. Here the faculties have played a major role in our educational system. A teacher is a backbone of a nation and its progress depends upon the education system The role of teacher is very significant in the development of a country. He acts as a coach, mentor, trainer, and guide. Job satisfaction of the faculty members plays a vital role among students’ education. When teachers are satisfied with their job then only they can perform their responsibilities with more concentration and devotion. Job satisfaction among college teachers is good not only for themselves but society as a whole. The factors determines job satisfaction vary according to gender, age, experience, and position. With this background data have been collected from the faculty members those who are working in the colleges in around Coimbatore. This study attempts to evaluate job satisfaction of teachers in different colleges in Coimbatore. It focuses on the factors deciding the job satisfaction of the teachers and the impact on their performance. Correlation analysis used to test the hypothesis.


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