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Vol. 11, Special Issue 1 (2022)

Job satisfaction of veterinarians in relation with various socio-personal variables in Odisha and West Bengal states of India

Author(s):
Subhransu Mohan Nanda, Arunasis Goswami, Sukanta Biswas, Debasis Ganguli and Debasish Saha
Abstract:
The present research was conducted in the month of June, 2021 in two coastal states of Eastern India namely Odisha and West Bengal. A total number of 110 respondents (76 from Odisha and 34 from West Bengal) were received and analyzed statistically. It was clearly evident from the study, that significant difference (p<0.01) existed between the field veterinarians basing on the cadre of their specific job. It was noticed that, the veterinarians of older age group (>50 years) were vary significantly in satisfaction level than the young (<35 years) and middle age (36-50 years) groups with respect to cadre of the job, work as per job chart, dignity outside the department, self-satisfaction, promotion avenues and perks and allowances. The satisfaction level of field veterinarian was slightly higher in West Bengal than Odisha.
Pages: 1046-1051  |  305 Views  83 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Subhransu Mohan Nanda, Arunasis Goswami, Sukanta Biswas, Debasis Ganguli and Debasish Saha. Job satisfaction of veterinarians in relation with various socio-personal variables in Odisha and West Bengal states of India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(1S): 1046-1051.

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