Organizational Stress and Job Performance among Physical Education Teachers of Secondary Schools

  • Dr. I. Devi Vara Prasad, Dr. Vimlesh Tanwar


The study has been emphasized on the organizational stress role in job performance of physical education teachers in secondary schools of Chittoor district. The study has applied the convenient sampling methodology for the collection of primary data from the respondents. The study has framed the drafted questionnaire in likert structure scale format for the organizational stress and job performance related questions. The study applied the Bivariate correlation for the measurement of relationship between the organizational stress parameters and job performance and the result stated that lack of effectiveness in interpersonal relationship, lack of recognition in work environment and imbalance in work & family are having the significantly strongly relation with job performance of Physical education teachers. The study identified most influential parameters under the Organizational Stress, which are causing the Job performance. The study applied the neural network statistical method and found that job security and Remuneration are having the normalized importance percentage. The study also observed that Interpersonal relationship and lack of Autonomy in work are observed to be having lower influence on the job performance.