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An empirical investigation of faculty job satisfaction at Kakatiya University-affiliated aided colleges in Telangana | Original Article

J. Ashwini*, in International Journal of Information Technology and Management | IT & Management


Many people spend the majority of their lives at work, thus the notion of job happiness is taken extremely seriously by all sorts of businesses. Job satisfaction is defined as a person's contentment with his or her work, which serves as a driving factor behind his or her efforts. Researchers conducted this study to find out how happy faculty members at Kakatiya University-affiliated aided colleges are with their jobs, as well as association among job contentment besides demographic factors like era, gender, experience in addition to discipline. They also looked at how happy faculty members were with their jobs in relation to factors like motivation and health and safety. To gather the data for this research, 180 faculty members from aided institutions connected with Kakatiya University in Kakatiya, Telangana (India), representing five different districts (Warangal, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Adilabad and Rangareddy), self-administered a five-point Likert scale questionnaire. A variety of statistical tests and analyses were used to determine the data's significance. Faculty members at aided institutions report a modest level of overall satisfaction, according to the data shown below. The faculties of women are happier than the faculties of men. Age, experience, discipline, and marital status all affect overall pleasure. Hygiene elements have a stronger influence on employee work satisfaction than motivating variables.