Pallavi mahajan


The study attempts to investigate the influence of professional identification on organizational identification. The study is based upon the responses obtained from 260 permanent teachers of Jammu University only excluding other employees and employees of other universities. The data were collected through questionnaire based on both primary and secondary data. This study also based on pilot survey for generalization of items which are based on 64 respondents. The results reveal that professional identification has significant influence on organizational identification.


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