ATTITUDE OF TRIBAL TEACHERS TOWARDS TEACHING PROFESSION IN RELATION TO WORK ADJUSTMENT AT AGENCY AND NON AGENCY AREAS IN NALAGONDA DISTRICT

Mr. Malothu Seva

Abstract


Attitude denotes inner feelings or beliefs of a person towards a particular phenomenon. Attitude is essential for the education of
the individual because it shows the interview of person. If a person has a positive attitude towards on objects, he will try his best to
achieve it. If he has a negative attitude, he will try to avoid it. Thus it plays an important role in determining the success and failure
of person in any field. The choice of teaching profession also depends up on the attitude of person towards their particular
profession. If teacher thinking positively towards his job. He will generate good results. One the other hand if he thinks negatively.
He will not find satisfaction in his work. The teachers should develop a desirable professional attitude so that he may inspire
himself for excellent programme in multifarious study of education. Thus if a person has desirable attitude towards teaching
he/she will be well adjusted with his job. It is all the more significant for efficient and profitable functioning of any organization. In
this study researcher feels that there is a relation in between teaching attitude and work adjustment at agency or non agency area.


Keywords


Attitude, Teaching Profession and Work Adjustment

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