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P-ISSN: 2708-4515, E-ISSN: 2708-4523

2023, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part A


Stress level coping strategies and mental health of women teachers of self-financing institutions in Haryana


Author(s): Dr. Kavita A Jain

Abstract: Being a teacher is a wonderful profession that calls for a person to possess a certain set of qualities. It is important to note that teachers in primary, secondary, colleges, and universities seek to prepare students for careers in various fields. Being a successful teacher nowadays is extremely difficult because of pressure from all sides, including pressure from parents, students, and the profession itself to improve teaching methods. More women are drawn to teaching, especially at the school level. Teaching is currently perceived as a stressful profession since there are so many demands placed on it, especially on female teachers. Due to their competence, people feel confident leaving their children in the care of female instructors, who must also play the roles of mother, wife, daughter, and teacher. She runs into several issues while attempting to strike a balance between her professional and personal lives, which causes stress and gradually worsens her mental health. All people use different coping mechanisms when faced with stressful life events, trying to match the best one to the circumstance. Women teachers who have trouble dealing with stress experience stress that can lead to emotional weariness, physical health issues, and a lack of job satisfaction. Burnout and its effects, such as cynicism, depersonalization of students, and professional attrition, are the outcome. The descriptive survey method was employed by the researcher. Using a simple random sampling technique, 140 self-financing institutions from Haryana were chosen. Mean, SD, and ANOVA were used to evaluate the gathered data. So, the current study's objective is to identify the difficulties that women instructors encounter at work and the specific causes of stress and poor mental health in self-financing institutions.

DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2023.v4.i2a.184

Pages: 17-21 | Views: 365 | Downloads: 125

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Kavita A Jain. Stress level coping strategies and mental health of women teachers of self-financing institutions in Haryana. Asian J Manage Commerce 2023;4(2):17-21. DOI: 10.22271/27084515.2023.v4.i2a.184
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