It is an academic thesis which developed for the partial Fulfillment for the Degree of M.Phil EPM, Social Sciences (18 years of Education).
Short summary
Teacher?s job satisfaction is generally assessed by teacher?s demonstration in class lectures delivery or teaching method and communication. It is important to determine whether or not the new rules and regulations are meeting teacher?s job satisfaction, as both have direct linkage. This study will explore feedback of Primary School Teacher?s whether new introduced rules has motivated them positively to achieve job satisfaction or not. The data from feedback may give clear vision of teachers regarding new rules and regulation at ground level. The research study will also help policy makers and administrators to design such rules that may increase job satisfaction level of teachers. Investigation on implemented rules and regulations and teacher?s level of job satisfaction is observed so that less effective rules should be reconsidered while developing next policy.

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