Challenges and Problems Faced by School, College and University Teachers During at Covid-19 Pandemic Period in Tamilnadu
Author(s):
Dr.V.SHANMUGANATHAN
Keywords:
Challenge; problems,stress; pandemic; COVID-19; private management. Online teaching
Abstract
This academic research is carried out to access the challenges and problems faced by school, college and university teachers during COVID -19 pandemic period in Tamilnadu.This study was conducted among different age groups of teachers teaching in various schools, colleges and universities in Tamilnadu to identify their challenges and problems which are faced by them in different contexts.According to latest survey says that, more than 5,58,839 teachers from Primary to Higher secondary level and 203843 teachers from College to University level who are all working in Tamilnadu.The data set is descriptive and an aggregate of 730 teachers from school to university level who have participated in this survey, among them 264(36.2 %) are male teachers and 466 ( 63.8 %) are female teachers. In this study 730 teachers were involved for this study among them 338 teachers(46.3%) who have been receiving their monthly salary in full amount who all are working with positive spirit and 392 teachers (53.7%) who have been receiving their monthly salary in half or less than half of amount since introduction of pandemic period in Tamil Nadu. Indeed, the private institution teachers are facing lot of financial crisis and job stress as because of non-payment of salaries to teachers and staff by the private management.This research indicates that, negative impact among the private institution teachers on their attitude towards their job satisfaction, job involvement.Moreover they are facing mental illness,job stress and financial problems in their family and also they felt that, threatening of life security which mainly focus on their physical, biological and environmental factors.In this survey, among the sample (N=730),Almost 85 % of teachers have agreed that, they have a skill to operate social media for their online teaching. 22 % of school teachers are having only Laptops for their online teaching. Nearly 78% school teachers were using their Mobile phone for their online teaching ) More than 80 % of college and university teachers were having Laptops.Nearly 20 % of college and university teachers were using their mobile phone for their online teaching. Surprisingly , the researcher found that, many of school langua
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Unique Paper ID: 152710

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 164 - 171
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