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Exploring Dependent Relationship of Teachers Motivation on Quality of Teaching

Drishtikon: A Management Journal

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Alok Kumar Rai, Medha Srivastava | Author(s) Affiliation: Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University, India
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Abstract

Management education largely evolved in west and was extended in INDIA. Management Education in India has experienced a paradigm shift in the recent past. Proliferation of management institutions in recent past were majorly through private capital. The dynamics of the business environment brought about many changes in the priorities of these management institutions. These structural changes led to many of the issues. Prime Ministers Knowledge Commission brought about the issue of unemployability of the work force and considered it to be a serious issue requiring immediate attention. Another issue that came to the fore was the issue of Quality of Education in management institutions. Quality of Teaching in Management institutions has always been on the priority list of the government. A lot of concern from time to time has been raised from various forums including the Parliament on Quality of Teaching in Management institutions. Several reports have been published to study, analyze and comment on the state of management education in the country. Nanda Committee (1981), Kurien Committee (1992), Ishwar Dayal Committee (2001), Management Education Review Committee (2003), National Knowledge Commission (2007), Prof Yashpal Committee Report on Higher Education(2009), were few to highlight various issues related with quality of management education in the country.The paper demonstrates the significance of quality especially from the students’ perspective. It attempts to quantitatively evaluate the level of teachers’ motivation in management institutions. It also brings to fore the quality of teaching that prevails in these institutions and assesses the impact of former factor on the latter one.

Keywords: Quality of Teaching, Management Institutions, Student’s Satisfaction, Teacher’s Motivation

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