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A STUDY OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS Dr .

@inproceedings{Assistant2014ASO,
  title={A STUDY OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS Dr .},
  author={Assistant and M. Abul Kalam Azad},
  year={2014}
}
In the present study an attempt was made to compare te chers’ occopational stress of primary governmen t and private school teachers of Tehsil Laksar, Distr ict-Haridwar. A sample of 100 teachers was selected , 50 each from government and private schools. Teachers’ Occupational Stress Scale constructed and standardized by Dr. Sajid Jamal and Dr. Abdul Rahee m was administered. Findings revealed that in gener al, the primary school teachers have found to be highly stressed. Moreover, the private… 

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