Achievement Motivation of Perspective Teachers with Regard to Certain Demographic Variables
Dr (Mrs) Nimisha Srivastava
Motivation works as a fuel in the students’ life .It is intrinsic and extrinsic both. It regulates all the human activities. Perspective teachers are mature enough, therefore they inspire with their own motivational level. This study is based upon the achievement motivation of Perspective teachers with regard to certain demographic variables. Achievement motivation arises by the need of success or fear of failure. If an individual has more need for success they will be focused or more goal oriented. Whereas if an individual has fear of failure, they work hard. The objectives of the paper are to find the level of achievement motivation of Perspective teachers, find the significant difference among Perspective teachers on the basis of gender, stream, and qualification, type of family and parents annual income. For the study 250 Perspective teachers of Patna (Bihar) have been selected by random sampling. The study reveals that 16.45 Perspective teachers have high level of achievement motivation, 18.4% have low and 65.6% have moderate level of achievement motivation .There is no significant difference among Perspective teachers on the basis of their gender, stream, qualification, and parents’ annual income whereas significant difference among joint and nuclear family Perspective teachers. Findings indicate that there is a need to enhance achievement motivation level of Perspective teachers. The study gives a meaningful massage to the teacher educator for encouraging perspective teachers to achieve challenging tasks.
Keywords- Achievement Motivation, Perspectives Teachers, Demographic Variables
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Dr (Mrs) Nimisha Srivastava,   "Achievement Motivation of Perspective Teachers with Regard to Certain Demographic Variables"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.7, Issue 3, pp.671-675, September 2019, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR1903116.pdf