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JCR. 2020; 7(14): 4236-4239


QUALITY OF WORK LIFE IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING- A PERCEPTUAL STUDY

Hakim Shahid Bashir, Dr. Umar Mufeed, Dr. Altaf Ahmad Mathu, Dr. Feroze Ahmad.

Abstract
In the present study, an attempt has been made to study the perception of teaching staff towards QWL on the basis of demographics namely gender, age and experience. The respondents of the study comprise of 208 faculty members selected from five colleges in Srinagar district. The data whatsoever collected was analyzed using SPSS 20 Version. The findings of the study revealed that gender has no significant effect towards QWL. However, it was found from the findings that experience and age influences the perception of teaching personnel towards QWL. The study suggests that QWL needs to be further enriched in order to improve the performance of teaching personnel in sample study institutions.

Key words: Quality of work life, academic Staff, higher educational institutions,



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