Training and Development and Job Satisfaction in Education Sector

Narendra Singh Chaudhary, Preeti Bhaskar


High quality performance demanded by the consumers of higher education and confronted by rapid changes in knowledge, technology, and even by the way academic work is being conducted (i.e., in teams, electronically over great distances, etc.) higher educational institutions must redefine themselves and , in essence, that means the faculty must either face obsolescence or continuously be participating in developmental activities. Therefore, institutions of higher education must develop a sustained long term faculty development strategy to enable their valuable human resources to work effectively and accomplish the organizational goals that are necessary to survive in the rapidly changing environment of higher education. To achieve the competitive advantage and get the best results, organizations have to provide the means to upgrade their employees which they can best do by organizing training and development programs, which not only improve the employees’ skills but also enhance their performance, motivation and give a sense of job satisfaction to them.  This study investigates the relationship between training and development and Job Satisfaction in Education Sector.

Keywords: Training and Development, Job Satisfaction, Education Sector, Higher Education

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