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University Teachers’ Contextual Performance: A Quantitative Analysis of Demographic Variables
The core tenacity of current endeavor was to analyze the contextual performance of teachers of universities on the basis of various demographic variables such as their gender, university, department, faculty and length of service in respective university. Total 311teachers including lecturers and Assistant professors were selected as sample of the study. Out of which 231 teachers were respondents as per 74.27% response rate. To elicit contextual performance of these respondents five point Likert type scale by Koopman (2014) having .85 internal consistencies was administered. A quantitative analysis was conducted using Mean, Standard Deviation, Pearson’s correlational coefficient, One Way ANOVA, Independent sample t-test and factor analysis. It was accredited through analysis that overall teachers had average contextual performance. Mean score varied from above average to excellent. Gender based difference was found as female respondents were found to be more inclined to show contextual performance as compared to male respondents. Lecturers were found to be more enthusiastic for their work as compared to Assistant Professors. It is to be recommended that as a successful organization, universities will have to equip their teachers with quality performance indicators by conducting such training workshop they may motivate them to be better performer.
Dr. Farah Deeba
Deeba, Department of Education, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Haji Karim Khan
University of Baltistan, Skardu, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Abiodullah
Associate Professor, IER, University of Punjab, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Contextual Performance, Organization, Quantitative Analysis, Teachers, University