International Journal of Education and Psychological Research
(Print and Online Peer Reviewed Journal)
Authors: Nabin Thakur
This study was undertaken to study the level of job satisfaction of teacher educators, to compare the level of job satisfaction of female and male teacher educators as well as to compare the level of job satisfaction of teacher educators in relation to private teachersâ€™training institutions of University of Gour Banga and University of Kalyani. The data was collected randomly by using job satisfaction scale bearing 60 statements with five points scale i.e. (SA),(A),(UD),(D),(SD) developed and standardized by S. P. Ananda (1993). Responses were scored by 5,4,3,2,1 and based upon the scores level of job satisfaction were categorized 1-60 Extremely Dissatisfied, 61-120 Not Satisfied, 121-180 Moderately satisfied, 181-240 Very Satisfied and 241- 300 Extremely Satisfied. Scale was administered personally among 100 teacher educator of 20 private teachersâ€™ training colleges from two Universities in west Bengal. Result revealed that key percentages of teacher educators were encompassing no job satisfaction, there was no significant difference in the level of job satisfaction of female than male teacher educators, and there was no significant difference in the level of job satisfaction between the teacher educators of private teachersâ€™ training institutions affiliated to University of Gour Banga and University of Kalyani.