A Study on the Relationship between Job Involvement and Demographic Characteristics of Teaching Staff in Self Financing Engineering Colleges in Anna University-Region III

M. Valan Rajkumar ., T. Meharajan ., R. Ilangovan .


This paper focus on finding out the psychological test of job involvement among teachers in self-financing engineering colleges affiliated to Anna University, Region III – Madurai. The enhanced feeling of involvement in the job would make the teachers have a positive attitude towards the teaching profession.  So the researcher has prepared a questionnaire to measure the psychological test among teachers. The descriptive research design is used to conduct the research which describing the characteristics of a particular individual or of a group. The samples are collected from the universe, stratified random sampling is used, and to conduct this study 620 samples are collected out of 3015 teachers. For collecting the data, the questionnaire method is used. The data collected has been analyzed through the application of percentage analysis, ANOVA (analysis of variance) and T-Test. Finally the researcher analyzed the data using SPSS (statistical package for the social science) 15.0 version and found that there is a considerable level of psychological test of job involvement on demographic variables among teachers. Hence the engineering colleges have to look forward to an improved sense job involvement with reduction of occupational stress among the teaching faculty to extract the best out of them. So the management should take necessary steps to reduce occupational stress among teachers because it will result in increased job involvement and quality of education.


Job Involvement, Dedicated, Faculty Members, Engineering Colleges

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