HR Practices in the Education Sector (With Special Reference to B-Schools in Bangalore)


  •   Shubha Muralidhar Department of Management Studies and Research Centre, BMS College of Engineering, (Affiliated to VTU. Belgaum), Bangalore
  •   R. K. Gopal MBA programme, PESIT, PES University, Bangalore



Education, HR Practices, job Satisfaction, Educational Institutions.


The Education sector has been growing tremendously over the decade. Higher Education in India has stretched numerous folds. The number of Universities in 1947 was only around 20, but today there are a number of Universities catering different segments of teachers and students across the world. The need for Education has seen a tremendous need across the globe. Post-independence India has witnessed an above average growth in the number of Educational institutions vis-à-vis its population. With the number of colleges increasing, there is a substantial increase in the teaching staff. There are several top B schools in the city with best infrastructure;best teachers and the best students choose them because of the best placements provided to them. Inspite of this, there is a need to understand the HR practices in the education sector. This paper makes an attempt to understand the level of job satisfaction with respect to the HR practices among the teaching fraternity.




How to Cite

Muralidhar, S., & Gopal, R. K. (2016). HR Practices in the Education Sector (With Special Reference to B-Schools in Bangalore). Adarsh Journal of Management Research, 9(2), 1–12.


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