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PROJECT REPORT ON

JOB SATISFACTION OF WOMEN LECTURERS IN


PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements


For the award of the degree of

Master of Business Administration


In
Human Resource Management

Submitted by: Mandeep Kaur


TO: Maam Roopam Kothari

Acknowledgement
Acknowledgement is not only a ritual but also an expression of indebtedness to all
those who have helped me in the preparation process of the project and beyond.
I would like to extend my special thanks to those who has been readily available for
all the help and guidance.
Next I would like to thank all the faculty members of RIMT, SVIET and CGC,
Landran for providing me all the support

and requirements for the smooth

completion of my project.

I would like to extend my special thanks to my Internal Project Guide, maam


Roopam Kothari who had been readily available for all the help and guidance in the
college, whenever and wherever required.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SR. NO.
1.

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION

PAGE NO.

1-7

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY :2.

a. Objectives

7-10

b. Research Design
c. Sampling Techniques
d. Sample Size
e. Survey Method Used
3.

f. Analysis
COMPANY PROFILE

4.

DATA ANALYSIS

5.

FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATION &

10-30

30-37
37-42

CONCLUSION
6.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

42-43

CHAPTER-1
INTRODUCTION
WHAT IS JOB SATISFACTION?
The term job satisfaction was brought to limelight by Hoppock (1935). He
reviewed 32 studies on job satisfaction conducted prior to 1933 and observed that
job satisfaction is a combination of psychological, physiological and environmental
circumstances that cause a person to say, "I am satisfied with my job".
Job satisfaction can be defined as a person's emotional response to aspects of
work (such as pay, supervision, and benefits) or to the work itself. Basically job
satisfaction is an end store of feeling. Notice the word end. It emphasizes the fact
that the feeling is experienced after a task is accomplished or an activity has taken
place whether it is highly individualistic efforts of writing a book or a collective
endeavor of constructing a dam. These tasks/activities could be very minute or
large. They may be easily observable or could just be experienced. But in all cases,
they satisfy a certain need. The feeling could be positive or negative depending upon
whether need is satisfied or not and could be a function of the efforts of the
individual on one hand and on the other the situational opportunities available to
him.
Broadly speaking, "Job satisfaction is the result of various attitudes - in all
probability, activated by a worker's needs and their fulfillment (toward work) a
worker exhibits towards his job, towards related factors and towards life in general.

A. FACTORS AFFECTING JOB SATISFACTION

Several research studies, both in the West and in India have been conducted and
the results of their findings have lighted factors influencing employees' attitudes
and responsible for their job satisfaction or job dissatisfaction. Of these, the
more important and, better effective, job satisfaction' factors include :
Fundamentally, the satisfaction, which people experience in their jobs, is very
much related to motivation and performance, such as satisfaction of higher level
needs, fairness and justice, effort-reward linkage, etc.
According to studies conducted by Hoppock, the important factors that matter
in job satisfaction are :

FINANCIAL
It goes without saying that financial considerations - fair wages, do matter in
job satisfaction, but apart from that there are good many other things that influence
job satisfaction.
There are :
1.

Relative status, which an individual holds within the social and economic
groups with which he identifies himself.

2.

Relationships with supervisors and associates on the job.

3.

Work situations, including nature of the work.

4.

Working condition - earnings, hours of work, facilities, etc.

5.

Greater opportunities for advancement.

6.

Variety in work, that does away with the dullness and monitory of work.

7.

Freedom from close supervision.

8.

Opportunities to see results of one's own work.

9.

Knowledge of job progress and satisfaction of doing good work.

10.

Opportunities for service to others.

11.

Environments - healthy, cleaner, safer, etc.

12.

Living of one's own choice.

13.

Initiative and personal responsibility.

14.

Vacations.

15.

Thrill and excitement of the job.

16.

Less fatigue work.

17.

Health criticism.

18.

Job security - steady employment, etc.

19.

Ability to adjust one self to unpleasant circumstances.

A)

JOB DISSATISFACTION

Coming to the issue of "Job dissatisfaction", the Pittsburgh investigations findings,


focus our attention on five outstanding factors, responsible for Job dissatisfaction.
These are :

1.

Company's Policy and Administration,

2.

Technical Supervision,

3.

Salary,

4.

Inter-Personal Supervision, and

5.

Working Conditions.

6.

Ineffective communication

B)

THE MOTIVATION ,PERFORMANCE AND SATISFACTION


RELATIONSHIP

Figure below depicts the relationship of motivation, performance, and satisfaction as


suggested by recent research about job satisfaction and by theories of individual
motivation.
From left to right, individual needs and goals (box 1) are fundamental
driving forces in motivation. The extent and direction of an individual's motivation
(box 2) are influenced by factors in the organizational environment such as
leadership style, group norms and support, inter group behaviour, and human
resources policies and practices (box 3). Individual motivation is further influenced
by the desirability of the rewards (valence) and by the expectancy that effort will
lead to the performance that will produce the desired outcomes (box 4). The effort
that is expended (box 5), coupled with the individual's skills and abilities (box 6),
results in performance (box 8). However, the technology that is in use, the support
services that are provided (such as the proper raw materials or parts supplied at the
right time), and the training given the person (box 7) are also factors in the level of
performance. Performance leads to rewards of both an intrinsic and an extrinsic
nature (box 9).

(3)
Leadership style group norms
and support intergroup
behaviour human resources
management, including training

(1)
Individual
needs and
goals

(2)
Motivatio
n

(4)
Valence of rewards
expectancies

(5)
Effort

(6)
Skills
and
abilities

(8)
Performanc
e

(4)
Valence of rewards
expectancies

(9)
Rewards
(intrinsi
c and
extrinsic
)

(11)
Satisfact
ion

(4)
Valence of rewards
expectancies

Job satisfaction (box 11) stems from performance and the accompanying rewards but
is influenced by the extent to which the individual perceives the rewards as equitable
(box 10). An arrow is drawn from box 11 back to boxes 1 and 2 because job
satisfaction or dissatisfaction affects need fulfillment, future goals, and ongoing
motivation.

C)

JOB SATISFACTION AND WORK BEHAVIOUR

Generally the level of job satisfaction seems to have some relation with
various aspects of work behaviour like absenteeism, adjustment, accidents and
productivity.
Job satisfaction & Absenteeism
In everyday life certain contingencies require a little extra effort of the
part of workers to came to work. A minor problem with bicycle, a drizzle, a small
tiff with spouse and several such incidents have a tremendous impact on the work
attendance. For a dissatisfied worker these may be major reasons for missing the
work but for a satisfied worker these may be relevant.
Job satisfaction and Adjustment
If the employee is facing problems in general adjustment, it is likely to
affect his work life. Although it is difficult to define adjustment most psychologists
and organizational behaviorist have been able to narrow it down to what they call
neuroticism and anxiety.
Adjustment problems usually show themselves in level of job
satisfaction. For long, both theorists and practitioners have been concerned with

Employees adjustment and have provided vocational guidance and training to them
to minimize it is compact on work behavior. Most literature in this area, generally
suggests a positive relationship between adjustment and job satisfaction. People
with lower level of anxiety and low neuroticism have been found to be more
satisfied with their jobs.

Job satisfaction and Accidents


Research on relationship between job satisfaction and accident,
generally shows that the higher the satisfaction with the job, the lower is the rate of
accidents with the job, the lower is the rate of accidents. Though it is difficult to
explain such a relationship but generally a satisfied employee would not be careless
or negligent and would encounter lesser possibilities of running into an accident
situation. The more favorable towards job would make him more positively inclined
to his job and there would be a lesser probability of getting and unexpected incorrect
or incorrect or in controlled event in which either his action or the reaction of an
object or person may result in personal injury.

Job satisfaction and Productivity


It is generally assumed that satisfied employees are more productive.
But research reveals no relationship between job satisfaction and productivity.

CHAPTER-2
RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY
Research in common parlance refers to a search for knowledge. One can also
define research as a scientific and systematic search for pertinent information
on a specific topic.
The word research has been derived from French word Researcher means to
search.
FRANCIES RUMMER defined
Research: It is a careful inquiry or examination to discover new information
or relationship and to expand or verify existing knowledge.
Research is the solution of the problem, whether created or already generated.
When research is done, some new outcome comes, so that the problem
(created or generated) can be solved.

The research methodology devised in the study has been devised keeping in mind
the focused objectives and with the aim of acquiring accurate and authentic Data.

OBJECTIVES:

1. To investigate and analyze the factors which satisfy the woman


lecturers under consideration of individual characteristics.
2. To check up to what extent are these factors present in the selected
institutions.
3.. To check how important are these factors for the lecturers.

RESEARCH DESIGN:
A research design is an arrangement of conditions for collection and analysis of data
in a manner that aims to combine relevance to the research purpose with economy in
procedure. A good research design has the characteristics viz problem definition,
specific method of data collection and analysis, a research design is purely and
simply the frame work or planned for a study that guides the collection and analysis
of data.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY:


Regional Scope:
The research has been conducted over the women lecturers working with RIMT,
Mandi Gobindgarh; SVIET, Banur; GJIMT, Mohali; SASIIT & R, Mohali; and
CGC, Landran.

DATA COLLECTION METHOD:


Data was collected through primary and secondary resources. Questionnaire was
formulated which was distributed among the women lecturers of selected institutions
to be filled. Secondary data was also used as a help to complete the research.

SAMPLING TECHNIQUE:
All the respondents who were easily accessible and willing to share the information
were administered the structured questionnaire to get the desirable information. A
Convenience sampling technique was used.

SAMPLE SIZE:
The sample size for my study was taken to be 57.
SURVEY METHOD USED:
Survey method used by me for my study was Questionnaire

CHAPTER-3
INDUSTRY PROFILE
The main purpose of research is to supplement the theoretical knowledge with
practical knowledge. This report also endeavor to assimilate and put towards all the
knowledge and experience that I have got during research conducted. The research is
going to play a very important role in developing self-confidence for my future. The
knowledge gained from the research is a lifetime experience that I will treasure
forever. It pave the way to know about the detailed overview of research.
In the context of development and maintenance of good human relations in
business industry, 'job satisfaction' sentimentally related to the feelings and
emotional aspects, as different from intellectual aspects and rational aspects of
individual's experience towards his job-primarily outcome of his attitudes, has been
reckoned, a thing that cuts across the whole field of human relations on-the-job.
This document aims at providing lecturers and management members with the
information that can be beneficial both personally and professionally. Every
educational institution has multiple objectives including of adequate profit for
payment of a reasonable rate of return to the owners and for investment in business
through satisfaction of customers, maintenance of a contented workforce and
creation of a public image. The basic job of management of any educational
institution is the effective utilization of available human resources, technological,
financial and physical resources for the achievement of the business objectives.

This project entitled as Job Satisfaction of Women Lecturers was done to find
out the factors which will satisfy the lecturers. The study undertakes various efforts
to analyze all of them in great details. The researcher in this project at the outset
gives the clear idea of the entire department existing in the educational institutions.
From the study, the researcher was able to find some of the important factors which
satisfy the employees. Factors like higher level needs, fairness and justice, effortreward linkage, financial incentives and non financial inventive, performance
appraisal system, good relationship with co-workers, promotional opportunities in
the present job, employee participation in decision making very much effect the
level of employee satisfaction. It is also clear from the study that the institutions are
so eager in satisfying their employees and their present effort for it is so far effective.
The human resources can play an important role in the realization of the objectives.
Employees work in the organization for the satisfaction of their needs. If the human
resources are not properly satisfied, the management will not be able to achieve the
desired results. Therefore, human resources should be managed with utmost care to
inspire, encourage, satisfy and impel them to contribute their maximum for the
achievement of the business objectives.
The research was conducted over 3 colleges, i.e.
i)

RIMT, Mandi Gobindgarh

ii)

Swami Vivekanand Institute of Engineering & Technology, Banur

iii)

Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran

RIMT, MANDI GOBINDGARH

RIMT - the hub of knowledge is rising towards greater heights with every dawn.
Under the aegis of Shri Om Parkash Bansal Educational and Social Welfare Trust,
Mandi Gobindgarh and able stewardship of Chairman Shri Hukam Chand Bansal
RIMT has been providing seamless and unlimited growth to its students.
RIMT provides with : State-of-the-art Infrastructure
Best Faculty of the region
Excellent Placements and Unique Industry Tie-ups
Practical industry oriented teaching
Spacious and Air - conditioned classrooms
Wi - Fi Campus
Uninterrupted Internet facility through 12 Mbps Fiber Link.
Seminar and Conference Halls with Audio and Visual facilities including
multimedia projectors etc.
Digital Library
Study tours and Industrial visits
College Owned Transport Service
High Class Hostels on campus for boys and girls

MISSION
RIMT Institute of Management and Technology is committed to provide high end
quality education, training and expertise to enhance the intrinsic abilities of the
students and promote their managerial and technological skills. Our main motive is
to provide a sound academic environment to students for a complete learning
experience. This is to promote managerial and technological skills of the students
and ensure their all round development. Further to enhance talents, skills,
communication and presentation power of our students.

RIMT provides state of art technical & infrastructural knowledge and motivate
students to realize their potential. We promote professionalism by training young
men and women in modern scientific manner. Our Mission is to reduce

unemployment by providing Job Oriented Courses and to offer consultancy in


various functional areas of Business & Industry as well as to assist companies in
recruitment and selection of personnel. Hence to promote productivity in Business
Industry & Government.

The function of education is tightly associated with employment. Education which


is not helpful in providing employment to the students is like a Kite without String.
Education is a tool which creates a sense to see the universe from better angle and
to analyze, determine and apply an individuals ideas in some direction.

We with our network is on the Mission of Providing the opportunity of getting


education to all and develop the skills for getting the best possible employment and
to compete in present environment.

VISION

We at RIMT believe to be a unified Institute, acknowledge universally the leader in


flexible teaching and learning and well-focused research, contributing strongly to
the sustainable development of the region and communities in which we operate.

Our Vision is to generate skilled man power to match with Industry requirements
and contribute in the career development of individuals. Our intention is to provide
people the opportunity in India and abroad by incorporating within them the
hidden talent in the field they desire. Our training & courses has been designed in
such a way to produce best and the latest skills in India & abroad.

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Computer Science & Engineering (120 seats)


Electronics & Communication Engineering (120 seats)
Mechanical Engineering (120 seats)
Electrical Engineering (30 seats)
Civil Engineering (30 seats)

The institute also offers the following post-graduate programs :1. M Tech- 2 Years (18 seats)
2. MCA- 3years (60 seats)
3. MBA- 2 Years (60 seats )

RIMT INSTITUTES
RIMT has 8 branches of its own. Following are the 8 institutes running under it :-

1.

RIMT Institute of Engineering and Technology

2.

RIMT Regional Institute of Management and Technology

3.

RIMT Institute of Management and Computer Technology

4.

RIMT Maharaja Aggrasen Engineering College

5.

RIMT College of Architecture

6.

RIMT Polytechnic College

7.

RIMT School of Management Studies

8.

RIMT College of Education

DEPARTMENTS

There are 7 departments under RIMT running different colleges of 1 department


each. Those are as follows :-

Applied Sciences and Humanities


Computer Science and Engineering / Computer Applications
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Business Administration

FACULTY
There are 137 members of faculty in total teaching all the 8 RIMT institutes. Out of
these 103 are female lecturers.

TRAINING & PLACEMENT


RIMT - IET, has set up a comprehensive Training & Placement Department headed
by Er. Harmeet Singh Taluja having rich experience in the industry, and has a proven
record of industrial liaisoning and achievements in students placement.

Role & Responsibilities

- To provide a vital link between the students and prospective employers.

- To plan and organize career talks & personality development programmes.


- To develop & maintain close liaison with industry / organizations to facilitate
placement of students.

Industrial Training:
Students are placed for practical training in various establishments according
to their area of interest and specialization. Monitoring of training of students
in different industries is conducted by faculty members of respective
departments. Analysis of industrial training is carried out on the basis of
evaluation report received from the industries, matter content and presentation
of the training report submitted by the students and viva-voce conducted by
the expert committee, constituted, (discipline wise),for the purpose.

Career Talks / Expert Lecture:


With a view to bridge the gap between industrial requirements and academic
curriculum, experts from the various fields of engineering and management
are invited to enable the students to know and understand the requirements of
industries and accordingly prepare themselves for the future.

Counseling :
Individual counseling is provided to students for employment potential in
various industries / organizations including self employment, opportunity in
defence services and scope of higher education within the country and abroad
and apprenticeship scheme after their graduation.
Training and Placement Department is fully functional and proactive. The
department is geared up to provide its quality services not only in employment
to students during studies, but also their employability through well planned
and organized training and personality development programmes in their
development to face the corporate world.

The objectives are:


Assist students develop/clarify their academic and career interests, and their
short and long-term goals through individual counseling and group sessions.
Assist students develop and implement successful job search strategies.

Work with faculty members, department Heads and administration to integrate


career planning and academic curriculum as well as coordinate Project Work/
Summer Training/internship programs.
Assist employers to achieve their hiring goals.
Serve the community by providing access to our campus wide activities &
career resources.
Empower students with life-long career decision-making skills.
Provide resources and activities to facilitate the career planning process.
Act as a link between students, alumni and the employment community
Up gradation of the students skill sets commensurate with the expectations of
the industry.
Generation of awareness in the students regarding future career options
available to them.
Assisting different companies in recruiting candidates as per their
requirements.
Assisting our students in obtaining final placement in reputed companies.

The candidates are available for placement in the following fields of


specialization:

B.Tech (Computer Science & Engineering)


B.Tech (Electronics & Communication Engineering)
B.Tech (Civil Engineering )
B.Tech (Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering)
Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Organizations are welcome to make a pre-placement talk or let us have


the opportunity to visit your office for discussion. This provides an
opportunity for the organizations to showcase their corporate
requirements and the job profiles.
Besides recruitment-related activities, companies are welcome to visit our
facilities and meet faculty members for exploring new areas of
collaborative research and consultancy projects.

HSBC Banks Global Service Centre


ICICI Bank Ltd.
ICICI NRI Services
ICICI Prudential Life Insurance
ICICI Prudential Ltd.
IDBI Bank Ltd.
Indiabulls Ltd.
IndusInd Bank
Infosys Technologies Ltd.
Kotak Mahindra
Max New York Life Insurance
Mobera Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Nagarro Software Solutions
Ranbaxy Ltd.
Reliance Life Insurance Ltd.
Satyam Computer Services Ltd.
Smithkline Beecham Ltd.
Standard Chartered Bank
TCE Consulting Engineers Ltd.
US Technologies

SWAMI VIVEKANAND INSTITUTE OF


ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, BANUR
SWAMI VIVEKANAND GROUP OF INSTITUTES (S.V.G.O.I.), is established by
Shri Raghu Nath Rai Memorial Educational Charitable Trust, Mohali (Pb.). This
Trust is founded by a group of well-known educationists, who have made significant

contributions in the field of Education in the region. The trust is managed by a


Governing Body headed by Shri Ashwani Garg, Chairman of the Trust, a well
known educationist. The Group is administered by a strong team of professionals.
SVIET was established in year 2004 through the determination and foresight of
Community, business and industry leaders who inspired by the teaching of Swami
Vivekanand Ji and felt the need to develop intellectually and creative Resources for
Indias rapidly expanding economy. The legacy of Late Shri Ragunath Rai was
carried on and SVGOI was set up under the aegis of Shri Ragunath Rai Memorial
Education and Charitable Trust, Mohali, Punjab. SVGOI is a leading educational
group, creating to the academics needs of about 3000 students and soon will
proudly be taking credit of having produced some of the best talent in the divers
field of life.It is named after the great educationist and visionary Swami
Vivekanand Ji. The Institute has always upheld the ideal of noble soul. It is spread
over an area of about 23 acres with a build up area of about 1,00,000 sq ft, situated
in Ram Nagar, Banur on Patiala-Chandigarh National Highway. It is considered to
be a premiere education institute of Northern India.

VISION
To foster prosperity through technology by means of education, innovation and
collaboration research and emerge as a world class technical Institution

MISSION
Impart to its students not only professionalism but also high level of moral social
values and to provide intellectually well developed open mind

VALUES

COMMITMENT - To education, equal-opportunities and excellence


INTEGRITY - Towards self, community and society
CREATIVITY - In thought, expression and approach
IMMEDIACY - Of action and idea-implementation

LEADERSHIP - In vision, innovation and initiative


FLEXIBILITY - Of movement, choice and growth
TEAM WORK - For self-fulfillment and growth
ARDOUR - For love, life and living
CARING - About people, passion and dreams
DETERMINATION - To achieve, fulfill and self-actualize

INSTITUTES
There are 11 institutes which are as follows :-

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Swami Vivekanand Institute of Engineering & Technology


Swami Vivekanand College of Pharmacy
Swami Vivekanand Business School
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Management & Tech
Swami Vivekanand School of Management
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Management for Women
Swami Vivekanand College of Management
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Information Technology

9. Shri Raghu Nath Rai Memorial School of Management


10. Swami Vivekanand Research & Technology Park
11. Swami Vivekanand College of Education
FACULTY
There are more than 70 faculty members teaching in all the above mentioned 11
institutes of SVIET.

FACILITIES

SVIET provides with certain facilities to its students which are as follows :1. Labs
(i) Workshop & Labs WorkShop
(ii) Engineering Lab
(iii) Drawing Halls
2. Computers
Along with the multi-faceted campus to go with, a large number of IBM computer
systems and strong network with LAN facilities adds a different dimension to the
computer centre. The computer centre is equipped with more than 700 networked
IBM Desktop, HP Thin Clients, Sun Rays Thin Clients and IBM, HP Laptops
machines.
3. Sports Gangsar-Jaito sports complex of SVGOI is surely something to talk about. The
Institution has facilities for a number of indoor and outdoor games like, Table
Tennis, Bad-Minton, Lawn Tennis, Basket Ball, Volley Ball etc. The institution
provides excellent facilities for all track events, well-designed fields and courts
along with separate gymnasiums for boys & girls. Existing facilities are being
continuously extended.
4. Campus
The campus is meticulously planned and is setup at 25 acres land with state of the art
buildings and infrastructure in the foot steps of Shivalik hills. The campus is having
1,00,000 sq. ft. covered area. The Campus divided into functional zones like Hostels,
main College Buliding, Administration Block and a sports complex.The campus is
well equipped with well-planned building having facilities like well lit lecture halls,
tutorial rooms, drawing halls, laboratories, computer centre, library, canteen, hostel,
sports complex. The campus is having lush green lawns and landscaping is done by
PAU experts.
5. Library

Swami Vivekanand Institute of Engineering and Technology has a well-established


Library, which caters the need of the students, research scholars and the faculty. The
Library Functions on an Open Access system for the faculty members and the
research scholars. But the students have only a limited access it is automated with a
wide collection of the latest books, periodicals and CDs. This collection is expended
and updated each year.

SVIET INSTITUTES
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Engineering & Technology
(SVIET)
Swami Vivekanand Research & Technology Park (SVRTP)
Swami Vivekanand College of Pharmacy (SVCP)
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Management & Technology
(SVIMT)
Swami Vivekanand School of Management (SVSM)
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Management (For Women)
Swami Vivekanand Business School (SVBS)
Swami Vivekanand Institute of Information Technology (SVIIT)
Shri Raghu Nath Rai Memorial School of Management (SRMSM)

CHANDIGARH GROUP OF COLLEGES (CGC),


LANDRAN
Established with the vision and mission to offer Job oriented professional courses to
the students of the northern region, Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Mohali has
become one of the leading Educational Group of the country. Started its first
Campus at Landran in the year 2001 with a mere strength of 100 students and just 2
courses (MCA & BCA) on offer, the group under the dynamic leadership and able
guidance of Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chairman and Rashpal Singh Dhaliwal,
President has made exponential growth within a short span of 9 years. With the
current student strength of more than 7000 studying in 20 different professional

courses in the diverse field of Engineering, Computer Applications, Business


Management, Pharmacy, Bio-Technology, Hotel Management, Airlines-Tourism,
Animation, Pharma-Chemistry and Mass Communication that are being offered by 6
colleges running under the CGC Flagship. With the passage of time, the popularity
of CGC rose manifold among the students which prompted the Group to start its 2nd
Campus at Gharuan, Mohali in the year 2009. CGC-Gharuan also known as
Punjabs first integrated campus has been able to carve out a niche for itself in its
maiden year which is eminent from the fact 100% seats have been filled in all the
courses being offered by the campus.
Placements have always been the strongest features of CGC. Known as epicenter
for placements in the region CGC not only provides job options for its own students,
but also for students of other colleges of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and
Chandigarh. CGC has regions 1st Department of Human Resource which till date
has provided placement opportunities to more than 50,000 and in the process, about
10,000 students have earned offer letters from leading Multi-Nationals in India and
Abroad.

VISION
"To emerge as the most preferred educational group with global recognition
developing competent & socially sensitive leaders committed to excellence

MISSION
To make incessant endeavor to translate our vision into a reality and achieve the
following objectives:
To create world class facilities and ambience for advance level of teaching and
practical training.
To develop students as global citizens with conscience, commitment and
dedication.
To continuously grow and become fountain head among institutes of technical
education in India.

To strengthen industry-institute interface and promote Entrepreneurial


development activities.
To have collaboration with leading universities of the world with a view to provide
opportunities to the students for higher studies & seek placement avenues abroad.
To start new courses in biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Biomedical engineering
and other emerging areas by 2010.

COLLEGES AT CGC
Chandigarh Engineering College..
Chandigarh Business School..
Chandigarh College of Pharmacy..
Chandigarh College of Hospitality..
Chandigarh College of Education.
College of Biotechnology
Chandigarh College of Hotel Mgmt. & Catering Tech.

FACILITIES
1. Wi-Fi Enabled Campus
2. Dispensary
3. Sport
4. Canteen

5. Gymnasium
6. Transport
7. Bank
8. Hostels
Boys Hostels
Girls Hostel

9. Central Library
10. SIP n BITE
11. Earn While You Learn Scheme
.
Benefits to Students
Value addition to Students resume during final placements.
Gain Experience and confidence In terms of applying theoretical knowledge in real
time situations.
Focus Career direction as the student gets to explore the subject/area of his
preference and develop into a career.
Our current Earn while you learn program partners are:

Tata Business Support Services


IMRB International
ICICI Prudential
Reliance Money

TRAINING & PLACEMENT


o Placement Legacy
CGC is known for qualitative placement of students not only those belonging to
CGC, but also the students of several other colleges in the region. This is done

through joint campus drives and job festivals conducted by CGC. CGC conducts
Udaan job festival at their Landran and Parvaaz job festival at their Gharuan
Campus every year wherein thousands of students register themselves and hundreds
of them get offer letters from various leading companies in their respective fields.
In addition to the job festivals CGC also conducts joint campus drive for Indian
Defense Services including Army, Navy and Air Force for their entry as per
University Entry Scheme every year. All the three Defense Services have been
coming to CGC every year for the past three years to select officers for their
respective cadres.
Ensuring almost 100% placement to its student can, perhaps, be regarded as the most
outstanding achievement of CGC year after year. The training and placement
activity starts the moment new students join CGC fraternity and finishes after
placement. The students are put through an exhaustive training curriculum consisting
of communication skill, soft skill, and technical skill development.
The Team
The entire activity of training and placement is headed by a team located at the
Landran Campus. Besides, CGC Corporate Relation Office, New Delhi, headed by
Prof. Himani Sood is doing a great service to the students by liasioning with top
notch companies to ensure placements for students. Prof Himani has a passionate
zeal for getting best deals for industry ready and professionally competent students
of CGC. The Corporate Resource Centre at the CGC is headed by Mr. Ritesh Singla.
o Placement Procedure
At the time of joining, the student is asked to make a choice from placement in
companies, further studies, or entrepreneurship to be taken up on completion of
studies. Accordingly efforts are made to help the students turn their dreams into
reality.
Personality Assessment

Pre-Placement Training
Pre-placement Training has been outsourced to a renowned agency. The agency
ensures that the students put their best foot forward in the recruitment tests.
Technical and soft skill training prepares the students in all respects and enables
them to crack interviews successfully and with full confidence. It ensures that the
students can showcase their academic and all round talent.
o Pre-Placement Training
Pre-placement Training has been outsourced to an expert and renowned agency to
ensure that the students can show case their talent not only academically but also in
applying the same in practical life. Accordingly, technical & soft skill training
prepares the students in all respects and enables them to crack interviews
successfully and with full confidence.
o Entrepreneurship Development Programmes
Corporate Resource Center also takes care of the needs of students who wish to enter
the field of business as Entrepreneurs and arranges for EDP for volunteer students
periodically round the year wherein the students are introduced to preparation of
business plan, how to look for financial and other resources and turn their dreams
Into reality.

Our Recruiters
ACCENTURE
AGILENT TECHNOLOGY LTD
ALSTOM
AMDOCS
ARICENT

LUPIN LABORATORIES LTD


MARUTI UDYOG LIMITED
MICROSOFT
MINDTREE CONSULTING
NATIONAL ENGINEERING
INDUSTRIES LTD

AVAYA GLOBAL CONNECT


ASHOK LEYLAND
AVTEC
BIRLA SOFT
BLUE STAR INFOTECH LTD
BLUE STAR
CA-TCG SOFTWARE LIMITED
CMC LIMITED
COGNIZANT TECHNOLOGY
SOLUTIONS
COMPUTER SCIENCE CORP (I)
LTD
CROMPTON GREAVES
CUMMINS
EICHER MOTORS LIMITED
ELECTROSTEEL CASTINGS LTD
ELI LILY RANBAXY LTD
ESSAR LTD
FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR
LTD
GOLDMAN SACHS
GOOGLE
GOODYEAR
HALDIA PETROCHEMICALS
HCL COMNET
HCL INFOSYSTEM LTD
PEROT SYSTEMS
HCL TECHNOLOGIES
HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LTD
HINDUSTAN MOTORS
(CALCUTTA)
HEWLETT PACKARD
HDFC BANK
ICICI BANK
IDBI BANK
IBM GLOBAL SERVICES

NDPL
NIIT TECHNOLOGIES
ORACLE (INDIA)
PATNI COMPUTER SYSTEMS
PHILIPS SOFTWARE LTD
PRICE WATERHOUSE COOPERS
RANBAXY LABORATORIES LTD
RELIANCE COMMUNICATIONS
RELIANCE INDUSTRIES
RELIANCE INFOCOMM
SAMTEL GROUP
SASKEN
SATYAM COMPUTER SERVICES
LIMITED
SIEMENS INFORMATION SYSTEM
LTD
STERLITE INDUSTRIES
ST MICROELECTRONICS
SUN PHARMA INDUSTRIES
LIMITED
SYNTEL
TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
TATA CONSULTING ENGINEERS
TATA ELXSI
TATA HONEYWELL
TATA INFOTECH LIMITED
TATA INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS
TATA MOTORS
TATA RYERSON LTD
TATA POWER
TATA STEEL
TAVANT TECHNOLOGIES LTD
TCG SOFTWARE SERVICES
TECH MAHINDRA
TELCON

IMPETUS
INDIAN AIRLINES
INDIAN OIL CORPORATION
INFOSYS TECHNOLOGIES
INDUSLOGIC
ISPAT GROUP
ITC INFOTECH
ITC TRIBENI TISSUES DIVISION
JAYPEE REWA CEMENT LTD
JUSCO
KANBAY
KEANE
L & T INFOTECH
LARSEN & TOUBRO ECC
LARSEN & TOUBRO, POWAI

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
THE TINPLATE COMPANY
TIMKEN INDIA LIMITED
TORRENT PHARMACEUTICALS
LTD
TRIDENT
TVS MOTOR COMPANY
USHA MARTIN INDUSTRIES LTD.
UTI BANK
VEDANTA GROUP
VSNL
VIKRAM SARABHAI SPACE
CENTRE (ISRO)
VERIZON DATA SERVICES INDIA
LTD
VOLTAS LTD
WIPRO SYSTEMS
WIPRO TECHNOLOGIES

Part time jobs are also available for CEC students. Most of the PG students finance
their own studies from job earnings. CEC Students can register with the online jobs
database and view the series of vacancies ranging from temporary, vacation and
permanent work to full and part-time positions.
All queries of students regarding admission to University of Wolverhampton are
taken care by the department of Higher Studies at CEC campu

CHAPTER-4
ANALYSIS:

Responses of various factors which affect the level of satisfaction of the women
lecturers at work have been displayed through bar graphs.

1.

I am given enough authority to make decisions I need to make.


CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

11

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

2. I believe there is a spirit of co-operation in my Organization.

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

10

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

3.I enjoy my relationships with my colleagues.

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

15

Agree

11

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

4. My job involves a good use and application of my skills, experience, and


qualification.

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

5. My job is interesting and I am motivated to do it well.

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

14

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

6.I believe my job is secure.

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

Disagree

11

Strongly Disagree

7.I am happy with my current salary and future earning potential.

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

CGC

SVIET

RIMT

Strongly Agree

Agree

Disagree

Strongly Disagree

8.I have a comfortable work environment.

CHAPTER-5

FINDINGS
THE POINTS WHICH SHOW SATISFACTION OF WOMAN LECTURERS
TOWARDS THEIR JOB ARE:1. They are given enough authority to make the decisions they want to make.
2. There is a spirit of co-operation in their organization.
3. They enjoy cordial relationship with their colleagues.
4. The proper use of their knowledge & skills make their job interesting and
motivates them to do it well.
5. They enjoy a comfortable work environment along with proper space for
lunch & breaks.
6. They have an easy access to the resources they require to do their job.
7. There is flexibility to balance the demands of work & personal life in their
job.
8. There is no biasness made between the male & female colleagues, hence they
enjoy equal share of rights & rewards.
THE POINTS WHICH SHOW DISSATISFACTION OF WOMAN
LECTURERS TOWARDS THEIR JOB ARE:1. There is less flexibility in the working hours.
2. There is an improper connection between their pay & performance.
3. Incentives & bonuses are not given as per performance even if they deserve.
4. There are fewer opportunities for their advancement & growth in the
organization.
5. There is a fear of job insecurity

RECOMMENDATIONS
Efforts should be made on the part of management in understanding the
feelings of the lecturers so that the objectives of organization can be achieved
cooperatively.
o More opportunities should be provided to increase scope of job. i.e.,
lecturers should be given chance to 'Man' their own job.
o They should be given more participation in Decision Making.
o Scope should be increased to achieve aspirations and ambitions of the
lecturers.
o More flexibility and freedom should be there in job.
o There should be a positive connection between pay & performance.
o Deserving lecturers should be given incentives & bonuses as & when
required.

CONCLUSION

The objective of the project is TO DETERMINE THE LEVEL OF


SATISFACTION AND DISSATISFACTION AMONG THE WOMAN
LECTURERS WORKING IN THE SELECTED PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS
For fulfilling this project I have done the survey on 57 woman lecturers working in
RIMT, Mandi Gobindgarh; Swami Vivekanand Institute of Engineering &
Technology, Banur; Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran; and I conclude that:
The level of job satisfaction is high as most of the lecturers are satisfied with the
nature of their job, flow of information in the organization, access to resources,
relationship with each other, comfortable work environment, flexibility to balance
the demands of their work and personal life, efforts of the lecturers are valued in the
Organization, they feel motivated with the way they do their job.
The various prominent areas of dissatisfaction are less priority given to job security,
new innovations for the job are overlooked, they are not paid according to the nature
of their job, they are not given incentives & bonuses as per their performance as and
when required. Fewer opportunities of advancement and growth in the Organization.
The institutions, now days, are laying proper attention on the different variables
which cause dissatisfaction among the faculty members like implementation of
changes & innovations, providing more opportunities to the employees to increase
scope of their job, etc.
So, I would now conclude by saying that the level of job satisfaction among the female lecturers
working in these institutions is moderate as it is analyzed from the study.

ANNEXURE
QUESTIONNAIRE

Respected Maam,
As a part of my Project, I would like to gather some information from you which
will help me in an in-depth study of the project. I would be obliged if you co-operate
with me in filling the questionnaire. I assure you that the information provided by
you would be kept confidential, and also that it would be used for academic purpose
only.
Kindly fill the following :Name :Age :Qualification :Total Experience (in years) :1. How long have you worked for this Organization?
Less than one year.
One to two years....
Two to Five years..
Five to Ten years...
Ten years or more..
2. What is your Marital Status?
Unmarried..
Married...
3. I am given enough authority to make decisions I need to make.

2. I believe there is a spirit of co-operation in my Organization.


3. I enjoy my relationships with my colleagues.
4. My job involves a good use and application of my skills, experience, and
qualification.
5. My job is interesting and I am motivated to do it well.
6. I believe my job is secure.
7. I have opportunities for advancement in my current Organization.
8. I am happy with my current salary and future earning potential.
9. I have a comfortable work environment.
10.I am satisfied with the space available for lunch and breaks.
11.I am happy with the distance I travel each day to work.
12. I am satisfied with the incentives or bonuses available to me.

CHAPTER-6
BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS REFERRED
1. Kothari, C.R., Research Methodology, 2nd ed., New Delhi: New Age International
(P) Limited, 1985.
2. Rao, VSP, Human Resource Management, 1st ed., New Delhi: Excel Books, 2000.
3. Aswathappa K, Human Resource And Personnel Management, 2nd ed., New Delhi:
McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited, 1999.
4.Chhabra T.N, Human Resource Management (concepts and issues), Dhanpat Rai &
Co. (P) Ltd. New Delhi, 2001

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