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Title: Analysis of Coping Strategies In the Face of Occupational Hazards A Study of White Collar Employees of Education Sector in West Bengal
Researcher: RUPSHA ROY
Guide(s): Dr. Bijoya Ganguly
University: ICFAI University, Jharkhand
Completed Date: 18.11.2016
Abstract: Education Scenario in West Bengal is in news always for reasons which are highly unacceptable newlineto the culture and belief of the education sector of West Bengal. West Bengal is always newlineconsidered as the cradle of Indian renaissance and national freedom movement. It is also newlineconsidered as a land of intellectual awakening. The recent events of recurrence of student s newlineconfrontation in colleges and universities, often quite disrespectful to even teachers, add insult to newlineinjuries. Overall, education in Bengal is suffocating for lack of fresh thinking how to rejuvenate newlinethe sagging morale and spirit of the teaching community, students and their worried parents. newlineHence this study is made because of its importance and relevance in today s education sector as newlineit has become a major concern to provide a hazard free workplace to the Employees working in newlinethis sector. In today s teachers face many physical and psychological problems due to their newlineworkload and also occupational stress at the workplace. newline
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