ORGANISATIONAL CLIMATE IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF MADHYA PRADESH
Organisational climate is a collective perception of the work environment by the individuals within a common system. It is the set of characteristics that describe an organisation and that(a)distinguish one organisation from other organisations; (b) are relatively enduring over time and (c) influence the behavior of the people in the organisation. Organisational climate had a significant effect on job satisfaction and job performance.
The present study is undertaken with a view, to assess the organisation climate among teaching staff of the higher education institutions(Colleges and University). To measure the organisation climate a 22 items organisation climate survey questionnaire was administrated to selected respondents. The result indicate that 4 item is very good, 13 item is fairly good, 4 item is good and 1 item is average score. The average mean score and percentage score has been calculated at 4.07 (76.75%) for group A, 3.92 (73%) for group B and 3.85 (71.25%) for group C. The average mean score and percentage of the overall organisational climate of 22 items has been computed at 3.95 (73.75%). Conclusively the score of organisational climate of the higher education institutions is fairly good and the variation does not exist among the different groups of teachers which are corroborated with the hypothesis.
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