alexa Abstract | An Elucidation of School Administration and Work Culture of Schools in Relation to Teacher’s Satisfaction
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Review of Public Administration and Management
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In order to manage particular organization, administration is required. Administration and work culture of any organisation is the comprehensive effort to direct, guide and to integrate associated human strivings which are focused towards some specific ends or aim. In the era of globalization, when the organizations are going through a tremendous change; schools are no exception and teachers are the most cardinal actors in the entire educational endeavour Academic excellence of schools is largely indicative of the performance level of the respective teaching faculty. Teachers who used to occupy a very high position in ancient India, unfortunately, today, there image appears to be dismal. Improving the professional satisfaction as well as work engagement among teachers has become important issues on the agenda of upliftment of primary education in the nation. In addition to this, in order to attain educational goals, there is a dire need to ascertain the job satisfaction of teachers. Analytical approach undertaking work culture that includes psychological, social, economical and administrative aspect of the problem, is necessary to understand and to resolve the issues of teachers. Hence, this study attempted to get a comprehensive picture of current administrative and organisational satisfaction of teachers. This study also endeavoured to make a comparative study of satisfaction of government and private school teachers’ towards organisational administration and work culture therein. Undemocratic principal’s behaviour, uncooperative colleagues and administrative staff, teacher’s job insecurity, faulty communication, biased recruitments, job insecurities, lack of promotion opportunities, give rise to teachers’ dissatisfaction towards administration and organisation as a whole. Participative decision making, recruitments and promotion based on capability of a teachers and above all respect to the profession can open the gate way to more efficient people to adopt teaching profession and to achieve long cherished educational goals

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Author(s): Uma Sheokand


School administration, Primary education, Educational growth, Condition of teachers, Business Administration, Central Administration, Democratic Republic, Elements of Management, Human Resources, Public Administration, Public Civil Services, Public Financial Management, Public Human Resource Management, Public Sector Employment, Regulation and Management, Scientific Management, Social Security Funds, Voluntary Administration

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