To study stress coping strategies among self-finance teachers in Haryana: An empirical investigation
Dr. Kavita A Jain
The global education industry has become more complicated because of global competition, an open market, the privatization of higher education, and new technologies. Because the workplace is changing so quickly, colleges and universities have to become globally competitive. This makes it hard for faculty members in many ways. Stress, in general, and occupational stress, in particular, is ubiquitous human phenomena that are commonly felt. Working in a higher education institution has traditionally been regarded as being both extremely satisfying and relatively stress-free. Nonetheless, the teaching staff in higher education is experiencing more work stress due to the rapidly changing workplace. The major goal of this essay is to comprehend the phenomenon of occupational stress sources, coping mechanisms, and stress consequences among instructors and faculty members from self-financing universities. The data are examined using a range of statistical techniques. The study's findings indicate that teachers employed by self-financing organizations have a moderate level of occupational stress.
Dr. Kavita A Jain. To study stress coping strategies among self-finance teachers in Haryana: An empirical investigation. Int J Res Finance Manage 2023;6(2):60-64. DOI: 10.33545/26175754.2023.v6.i2a.250