Effectiveness of Supervision and Management on Teaching Staff in
Praveen Kakada, and Yogesh Deshpande
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur, India, Dept. of H&SS
Abstract:The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of effectiveness of supervision and management among male teaching staff in private engineering colleges. This paper aimed to study the significant difference among male teaching staff for effectiveness of supervision and management with respect to their tenure. In order to enhance efficiency, job satisfaction and job commitment of employees, the organization must satisfy the needs of its employees by providing effective supervision and management. A structured 5 point Likert scale questionnaire was administered on 100 male teachers working in private engineering colleges of Nagpur to collect the data. The data was analyzed through SPSS by using statistical tools such as descriptive statistics, t- test and Annova. Based on the statistical findings it was found that there is a significant difference between 1-8 years work experience and 8 years above work experience. The results highlight that employee tenure (work experience) acts as a major important factor for effectiveness of supervision and management.
Keywords: Effectiveness, Supervision, Management, Engineering colleges.