Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2017)
A comparative study on teacher’s organizational commitment among government and private teachers of rural and urban secondary schools
Author(s): Dr. PK Naik, Atindra Nath Dutta, Tumpa Pal
Abstract: In a job organizational commitment, always plays a vital role for the successful establishment of the organization. In a social profession like teaching, for the teachers it is very important to be committed towards their organizations that means schools or colleges. Organizational commitment has dimensions such as commitment to the society, commitment to their work place, commitment to teaching work, commitment to work with groups and commitment to teaching profession. It is affected by many factors such as job satisfaction, professional accuracy, school administration, types of schools, salary, co-workers, proper service training etc. In the present study, the researchers have revealed to make an effort to find out the differences in organizational commitment among government and private teachers of secondary schools. For this very purpose, the researchers chose a sample of 200 teachers from rural and urban areas of Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh, among them 100 were government teachers and another 100 were private teachers. The researchers used the tool for the study as Teacher’s Organizational Commitment Scale (TOCS-JSRA) which has been developed by Sajid Jamal and Abdul Raheem. After collecting and analyzing the data through statistical techniques, the researchers tested the hypotheses and the findings have been interpreted.