International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 10, Part B (2016)
A study on “Talent management of secondary school teachers,” in Bangalore
Shaik Rafeeq Ahmed and Dr. S Arockia Doss
Talent Management is a conscious, deliberate approach which helps to attract, develop and retain secondary school teachers with the abilities to response to a changing and complex operating environment of an educational organizations. The main objectives of this study aims to examine the talent management of secondary school teachers. The researchers has adopted the survey method of research. The sample consists of 250 secondary school teachers from 25 schools selected by stratified random sampling technique. The researcher developed a self-made questionnaire of 50 items to measure the talent management of the secondary school teachers towards talent management planning, requirement process, induction, professional development, adjustment with work place, performance management, empowerment of teachers, working conditions, rewards and compensation and teaching skills. The questionnaire was developed on four point likert scales to elicit the opinions of secondary school teachers. The researcher established content validity and reliability by split-half method, and the value is 0.76. To find out the meaning, interpretation of the raw scores, the data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation, ‘t’ test and “f” test. The findings show (a) there is no significant difference in the talent management of secondary school teachers with regard to (i) gender, (ii) academic qualification (iii) experience and (iv) type of organizations. It also shows there is significant difference in the talent management of secondary school teachers with regard to designation.
How to cite this article:
Shaik Rafeeq Ahmed, Dr. S Arockia Doss. A study on “Talent management of secondary school teachers,” in Bangalore. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(10):67-70.