Impediment on Primary Schools and Teachers from Human Capital Utilization: A Conceptual Study of the Learning Process with Gender Discrimination Perspective



Pakistan is a developing state with an extreme need to provide primary students with the greatest available educational opportunities. The purpose of this research was to discover that female teachers are more beneficial for primary students because of their nurturing and caring nature. Also, the impact of HR practices i.e., Job satisfaction on the commitment of teaching with gender discrimination perspective. The study was conducted among a Pakistan, sample drawn from Karachi. An online survey was conducted from government and private sector schools in Pakistan.205 teachers of various districts of Karachi, Pakistan was randomly selected, irrespective of gender, age, work experience and dispensed with a questionnaire. Chi-square test analysis was used because gender is a categorical variable. The result of the study reveals that a female teacher is more committed to the teaching profession. Also, primary students are more comfortable with the female teacher due to the nurturing, caring, and loving nature of this gender. Female teachers are more satisfied with the schooling job and enjoyed it. On the other hand, male teachers are less satisfied with school jobs due to many reasons like less pay, a monotonous work routine, etc. Hence, we accepted all the hypotheses of a study.

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International Journal of Human Resource Studies  ISSN 2162-3058


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