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IJCRR. 2017; 9(18): 18-25

Motivational and Satisfaction Level Among Medical Teachers in India: A Questionnaire Based Survey

S. Zafar Abbas; Shilpa Khullar; Ankur Sachdeva.

Introduction: Job satisfaction is one of the most widely discussed issues in the organisational behaviour, personnel and human resource management. This study was conducted to determine the level of job satisfaction among medical teaching faculty of a teaching institution. An attempt was made to determine the factors that influence the job satisfaction of the faculty members.
Materials and Methods: 64 faculty members agreed to be a part of the study. It was conducted as an opinion survey based on a pre-structured questionnaire divided into two sections: section 1– socio-demographic features of the subjects and section 2 – divided into 6 sub sections with total 19 statements (S1to S19) exploring different factors. The mean score was calculated for each of the statements.
Results: 68.75% of the faculty were young (

Key words: Faculty members;Teaching institution;Job satisfaction

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