SATISFACTION OF MALE AND FEMALE TEACHERS IN INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION: A REVIEW


Sapna, Anjali Gupta, Smita
HR Executive, Sudarshan Foundation
Abstract
A vibrant higher education system is the foundation for development of human capital for a country. India has the third largest higher education system in the world. The outcomes of higher education for students have been below expectations. The asset driven higher education system has ignored the teacher job satisfaction. The paper reviews the job satisfaction of male and female teachers in Indian higher education. Gender disparity at workplace is a challenge for inclusive growth. Human resource policies for teacher can be made more inclusive and sustainable by understanding the intrinsic and extrinsic factors influencing job satisfaction of male and female teachers. The regulatory framework needs to fix the issues concerning job satisfaction of teachers irrespective of gender. Human resource policies need to be made flexible s that both male and female faculties are able to explore means of achieving job satisfaction. Only a satisfied and motivated teacher can produce creative and innovative human capital competent to lead organizations.
Keywords: India, Higher Education, Job Satisfaction, Male, Female, Teachers
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-06-07

Vol : 7
Issue : 6
Month : June
Year : 2021
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