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Teaching Effectiveness: A Study on Moderation Effect of Organisational Support and Organisational Commitment

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 5 Issue 1

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: P. Srivalli, Kota Neela Mani Kanta | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Perceived organizational support is an employee belief that organization values their contributions and cares about their welfare. The study assumes faculty can teach effectively in an environment where there is organizational support. In addition organizational commitment is a significant employee attitude towards his job in regard to effective teaching. Consequently the study is sought to analyze the moderation of organizational support on the relationship between organizational commitment and teaching effectiveness. The study is conducted among 410 private engineering college faculties working in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. The study follows descriptive research design, as the study describes the moderation effect of organizational support. The study follows probabilistic, multi-stage sampling method in selection of sample. The study administers structured questionnaire among engineering college faculty for collection of primary data. The study finds statistically insignificant moderation effect of organizational support.

Keywords: Organisational Commitment, Organisational Support, Teaching Effectiveness, Private Engineering Colleges

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