Performance Analysis of Vocational Higher Secondary Education (VHSE) Agricultural Teachers in Kerala
Keywords:Job Performance, Vocational Education, Agricultural Teachers, Training, Organizational climate, Kerala
AbstractThe study was conducted in three zones of Kerala during 2017-2019 to analyze the job performance of the Vocational Higher Secondary Education (VHSE) Agricultural teachers and to find out the relationship between their profile characteristics and their job performance level. Altogether, 120 VHSE agricultural teachers from three zones of Kerala namely,Northern zone, Central zone and Southern zone, formed the sample. The study revealed that training had a positive and significant relationship with job performance and with organizational climate. Age on the other hand had a negative correlation with job performance.
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