A STUDY ON THE WORK-LIFE BALANCE OF WOMEN TEACHERS IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS OF BANDGAON BLOCK IN WEST SINGHBHUM DISTRICT OF JHARKHAND
Keywords:Personal life, Professional life, Emerging challenges, Stress, Work life balance
The paper takes an in- depth look at work life balance considering in view of Balance in work and family life is an emerging challenge for women teachers of private School. The job of working women has changed throughout the world due to economic conditions and social demands.
Although the significance of the ability to read and write can not be undermined, it's arguable that in order to effectively inform socio-economic development, literacy alone isn't enough. Quality education is essential for a state or a country to make strides in ground breaking exploration and other developments to ameliorate the quality of life of citizens and to ensure equitable and sustainable development develop a career. From this pressure most of rural women choose teaching profession. The present research categorizes selected variables as work and family related factors to study work life balance. This paper analyzes the causes of work and life imbalance with respect to Women teachers. An aggregate of 36 teachers responses from primary, secondary and high school are included in the study. Average literacy rate of Bandgaon Block in 2011 were 54.46 in which, man and women literacy were 69.02 and 39.95 respectively. Total literate in Bandgaon Block were 805 of which man and woman were 547 an 258 respectively. The study also brings out the relation between the various factors such as age, time spent, levels of stress, working overtime and balancing work and personal life of women teaching professionals. This study also identifies main problems and challenges which faced by unwedded and wedded working women. Both qualitative (interviews) and quantitative (questionnaires) instruments are taken to fulfill the objectives. Random sampling method was used for collection of primary data through questionnaires and interviews.
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