Motivational Climate in Technical Educational Institutions in Telangana - A Study

gautami chinthala



The purpose of the study is to discuss some aspects relating to motivational climate in selected Technical Educational Institutions in Telangana. The study is aimed at examining the dominant motives and strengths of the motivational concerns of teachers in Management, Engineering & Technology and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  Data has been collected from 300 teacher respondents from select technical educational institutions in three districts of Telangana such as Warangal, Karimnagar and Khammam. The scale developed by Pareek was adopted to analyze different motives and strengths of motivational concerns in Technical Educational Institutions in Telangana. The study revealed that ‘expert influence’ is the dominant motivational concern among the teachers in three academic disciplines in Technical Educational Institutions in Telangana.



Motivation, Climate, Job Satisfaction, Performance

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