Role Conflict Among Secondary School Teachers In Relation To School Organizational Climate

Payel Das, Dr. Saradindu Bera


This study was an attempt to examine the role conflict of secondary school teachers in relation to organizational climate. The design of the study was co-relational type of descriptive study. The stratified random sampling technique was employed for selecting 100 secondary school teachers. The standardized tools were used for the study ‘The Role conflict Inventory’ by Prasad (1991) and ‘School Organizational Climate Description Questionnaire’ by Sharma (1971). The collected data were stored in MS Excel followed by scoring and data were analyzed by SPSS (version: 20) software. Mean, Standard Deviation were employed for descriptive statistics and Chi-square test employed for testing of hypothesis in data-analysis. Results showed that a positive relationship had been found between role conflict of secondary teachers and organizational climate. In case of role conflict there was no statistically significant difference between old and young secondary teachers as well as government and private secondary school teachers. But statistically significance had been found between male and female secondary school teachers.

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