Analysis of Job Motivation for Secondary School Teachers of Private and Public Schools in (Punjab) Pakistan

Hassan Danial Aslam

Abstract


The aim of this research is to explore various issues of motivation for the secondary school teachers of private and public schools. The study also discovers the implementation plans that can be used in order to have highly motivated teachers. In this research qualitative and quantitative methods have been used by the researchers where survey has been conducted in public and private schools. Likert scale is used in quantitative method. Primary data has been collected through questionnaire and interviews. Data was analysed by using t-test in SPSS software. The major findings which researchers found in conducting the research are; Salary is not given to them according to their qualification and workload they have to bear in schools and they seldom enjoy the benefits and monitory packages, Enough resources are not provided to them to work properly, There are alot of students in the class rooms due to which teachers are unable to handle the class and to produce quality work, They are not treated well due to personal biasness and attitude of management, Development programs are not satisfactory. They don’t find it beneficial for their career development

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v4i2.6250

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