Burnout of Primary and Secondary Physical Education teachers in relation to their level of Aspiration
The purpose of the study was to compare the burnout of Primary and Secondary Physical Education teachers in relation to their level of aspiration. Total 90 samples were selected from the three districts Amritsar, Jalandhar and Patiala of Punjab State. There sample were further divided into two groups of Physical Education teachers of Primary and Secondary level. Each group had equal size of 45 Samples. These subjects had minimum three years of teaching experience. The burnout among Physical Education teachers was measured by questionnaire of Maslach Burnout Inventory by Maslach and Jackson (1986), whereas the level of aspiration was measured by the questionnaire of Dr. Mahesh Bhargava and Late prof. M. A. Shah (1996) for the collection of data. For the purpose of data collection of burnout of primary and secondary Physical Education teachers in relation to their level of aspiration was applied. To know the statistical difference t-test and Product movement correlation has been employed. The results of the present study were found, significant difference of Burnout of primary and secondary physical education teachers in relation to their professional qualification and insignificant difference of Level of aspiration among physical education teachers and relation to their professional qualification. In relationship of burnout and level of aspiration among physical education teachers and relation to their professional qualification was positive relationship found.
Keywords - Burnout, Physical Education, Level of Aspiration