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A Study of Work-Life Stress among Self-Financing College Teachers in Kottayam District

Arun Raj


Higher education is one of the flourished sectors in Kerala, since Kerala stands top in the higher education segment. Self-financing college teachers face different dimensions of problems which are hotly debited these days. Since these play an important role in higher education sectors, it is always necessary to look into the work life stress of these people. The Self-financing college teachers need to take work-life stress seriously. If the teachers are out of balance then they will be less committed to students, organization etc. Thier research work examine the work-life stress of self-financing college teachers. The study has wide implications for the higher education system. The study is an attempt to throw light on work- life stress issues of self-financing college teachers in Kottayam district. Research data were collected with the help of Questionnaires and data were analyzed using statistical tools. Based on the analysis, the present study concluded that the work life score of self-financing college teachers is just above the average.


Keywords: Education, research data ,self-financing college, teachers, work life stress

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