A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF JOB INVOLVEMENT BETWEEN COLLEGE PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS AND SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
Mr. Mujahid Ali
Job involvement of physical education teachers has been considered as an important area of investigation by the researcher with a view that job involvement improves the performance as well as the effectiveness of an individual irrespective of the nature of work. It is believed that any professional who is involved with the job generally enjoy job satisfaction. The physical education teachers can contribute to the well- being of his students. On the basis of earlier evidence, it may be inferred that studies on involvement of physical education teachers are rather scanty. However, investigator has not come across a single study of job involvement among physical education teachers. Therefore, the present investigator considers job involvement as the important variable to be studied in the present investigation. The present study was conducted on college physical education teachers and school physical teachers of various schools and colleges of Moradabad and Bareilly zones (Mandals) of Uttar Pradesh. The job involvement scale developed and standardized by Singh (1984) was administered to gauge the job involvement of the subjects. The scale consists of 54 items. Each statement of the scale has four response alternatives, namely, strongly agree, agree, disagree, and strongly disagree. The 't' test was employed to analyse the data. The finding of the study reveals that significant differences were found between mean scores of college physical education
teachers and school and physical education teachers.
Keywords: Job involvement, College, School and Physical Education Teachers.
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