Job Motivation of Library and Information Science Professionals Working In Different Organizational Climate: An Investigative Study among University Libraries in KeralaAuthor : A. Naseer
Volume 9 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 31-36
This paper attempts to analyses role of university authorities in motivating job of library and information science professionals working in different organizational climate of selected eight state universities in Kerala. A structured questionnaire was prepared and distributed to 266 library and information science professionals for collection of data. The findings of study revealed that there is greater role from authorities of universities in Kerala in motivating the job of library and information science professionals working in different organisational climate. In all the selected university libraries, the mean opinion score is at above average level as significance level of ‘t’ test is less than 0.05. All the professionals, irrespective of their characteristics, have opinion that authorities of universities are playing significant role in motivating their job and there is no significant variation in the opinion of the professionals in this regard. Motivation of job by university authorities will improve organizational climate, progress of library environment and its services and create professional development among library professionals.
University Authorities; Job Motivation; Organizational Climate; University Library; Library and Information Science Professionals; Kerala
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