COMPARISON OF FACULTY RETENTION: A STUDY OF PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTES OR UNIVERSITIES OF UTTARAKHAND

Meetakshi Belwal Bhatt, Dr. B. D. Kavidayal

Abstract


The study attempts to explain the comparative study of the various factors that affect satisfaction and retention of the faculty working with the government and the private educational sector. Employee retention is the ability of an organization to retain its employees, especially the most talented ones. Attrition is a problem that most universities are constantly faced with. The research study aims at studying different perspectives of teachers working in the private and the government Institutes or universities of Uttarakhand, that lead to job satisfaction and retention. The researcher has discussed different components with various factors that contribute towards that component. The study does a comparative study by using a t-test that has been shown in tables. The study discusses reasons why a particular sector faces more attrition as compared to another. The research has been conducted in the academic organizations such as the universities and colleges of Uttarakhand region as per the objective of the research.


Keywords


Attrition; Government Faculty; Job Satisfaction; Private Faculty; Retention

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