Relationship of Achievement Goal Orientation of University Teachers with their Qualification at Work Engagement and Organizational Commitment release_2g6xwb7amvbfppttl6nd2zwti4

by Khadija Sittar, Sumaira Munawar

Published in Responsible Education, Learning and Teaching in Emerging Economies by CSRC Publishing, Center for Sustaninability Research and Consultancy.

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The study was exploring the relationship between achievement goal with teachers' qualifications at work engagement and organizational commitment. Correlation research design was adopted along with quantitative approach. Participants of the study were selected from universities located in central Punjab from two districts (Lahore and Faisalabad). Sample of the current study was taken 159 public and private university teachers through stratified sampling technique. Pearson r, one-way ANOVA was used to analyse the data. The findings of the study indicated that there was a moderate positive correlation between male and female teachers qualification. Qualification wise difference was existed between public and private university teachers regarding work engagement and organizational commitment in terms of their qualification was found.
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