The purpose of the study was to Assessment of Occupational Stress, Job Satisfaction and Mental Health among Physical Education Teachers working in Public Schools and Government schools at Delhi and NCR. For this study, 298 male and female Physical Education Teachers from various private and government schools of Delhi and NCR were selected via simple random sampling as a subject. All the subjects belonged to different states and union territories of India and all the subjects had a minimum of two years job experience in a same school. The qualitative measurement of each subjects were taken with the help of standardized Occupational Stress Index (OSI), Job Satisfaction Scale (JSS) and Mental Health Battery (MHB). In order to ascertain significance of difference between the two groups the independent t was employed and the level of significance was set at 0.5. The results of this study are able to provide some insights that can be considered as intervening elements of occupational stress, job satisfaction and mental health higher secondary level school Physical Education teachers of India.
Dr. Chetan Kumar
Dr. Chetan Kumar, Physical Education Teacher, has more than 12 years of experience in the field. He has done PhD, MPhil, MPE, BPE and N.I.S (Athletics). He is the Sub Editor of the 3 proceeding books of the National Conference in the Physical Education & Sports. Many of his research papers are published in national and international journals.
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