Perceptions about Job Recruitment and Job Placement of Teachers Having B. Ed (Hons) Qualification
Keywords:Job Placement, Job Recruitment, Teachers’ Competence
The excellence in teaching and learning in academia depends on teachers’ abilities and process of recruitment. The current study planned to investigate teachers’ perceptions about job recruitment and job placement of B. Ed (hons) qualified teachers. The objectives were to explore teachers’ perceptions about job placement and job recruitment and to explore the distinction in male and female teachers’ opinions about the job placement and job recruitment. The sample comprised of 50 teachers who had B. Ed. (Hons) qualification and now working in education department. The self-developed instrument, Job Placement and Recruitment Survey was used. The data were analyzed using SPSS. Frequency analysis and t-test were applied. The results revealed that most teachers were willing and claimed that they sure that govt. has fair recruitment policy of teaching jobs. While 40% teachers denied that govt. has fair recruitment policy of teaching jobs. About 61% teachers told that they passed their recruitment test while preparing their exams through the courses they studied during training. 72% teachers perceived that subjects they studied during training helped them during recruitment exams. No difference was found between gender of teachers about their job recruitment and job placement.
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