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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 6678-6686

An Empirical Analysis On Role Of Job Satisfaction On Organisational Commitment With Reference To Teaching Faculties In Private Colleges

Dr. Usman Mohideen K S, Preethi A, Manjula V, Durairaj K, Dr Ganesan M.


The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of organizational commitment on job satisfaction. A sample of 300 teachers of higher education institution randomly chosen from selected colleges of Tamilnadu in India. The sample was administered the measures of organizational commitment and job satisfaction. For the purposes of analysis of data linear regression and t-test were performed. Results indicated that organizational commitment had significant impact on job satisfaction of teachers in higher education. The study had implications for educational managers, planners and institution advisors for designing plan and programs aimed to enhance the organizational commitment and job satisfaction of the teachers. The researcher included 274 university teachers in the sample by using proportionate stratified random sampling technique. The data collected are analysed using appropriate statistical techniques such as Arithmetic Mean, Standard Deviation, T- Test and One Way ANOVA. The results of the study found the majority of the university teachers have moderate level of job satisfaction.

Key words: Empirical ,Analysis ,Satisfaction ,Organisational, Commitment , Reference etc

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