Authors: Nazirul Hasnain1 & Zuby Hasan2 & Sehal Chorath3
1Department of Psychology, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India
2Asia Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi, India
3Department of Psychology, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India
Abstract: Background: The components of Psychological capital as well as Organizational citizenship behavior and Work motivation are so influential for an individual especially for their performance in organizational setting. Aims: The main objectives of the study were: (1) to study the contributions of organizational citizenship behavior and work motivation in psycap of public school teachers; (2) to study the contributions of organizational citizenship behavior and work motivation in psycap of private school teachers; (3) to find out the difference between teachers of public and private schools on psycap, organizational citizenship behavior and work motivation. Material and methods: Sample of 100 teachers from different schools (50 public teachers and 50 private teachers) was taken from the locale of semi-urban part of Kerala. Results: Work motivation contributes significant variance in all the dimensions of psychological capital in both public and private school teachers except self-efficacy and optimism dimension in public school and resilience dimension in private schools. On the other hand OCB did not contribute significant variance in any of the dimension of psychological capital in both public and private school teachers.
Keywords: Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Work Motivation, Psychological Capital, Public and Private School Teachers
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