Relationship of Teachers’ Job Satisfaction with Class Rooms Discipline and Students Academic Achievement At Secondary School Level In Punjab

  • Ms. Naila Gulzar Ph.D (Scholar) AL Khair University Bhimber (AJK)
  • Dr. M. Zafer Iqbal Supervisor/ Professor / Ex. Dean Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad
Keywords: Teacher, Job Satisfaction, Class Room Discipline


The first and foremost aim of this research paper is to get information relating the relationship of teacher’s job satisfaction with classroom discipline and students’ academic achievement at secondary school level in Punjab. The study was based on the objectives: to discover the relationship between job satisfactions of teachers who teach at secondary level with their classroom discipline and (ii) to explore the effects of job satisfaction on their students’ academic achievements. Sample consisted of 550 teachers, 674802 students and 110 head teachers out of 110 secondary schools in 04 districts based on rural, urban, north, southern and central. A questionnaire for teachers’ job satisfaction, an observational sheet for teachers’, classroom discipline and an interview schedule for head teacher regarding teachers’ classroom discipline and job satisfaction of teachers were developed. The data was analyzed through the utilization of mean score, percentage, standard deviation, t-value and correlation co-efficient. Major findings emerged were significant co-relation between job satisfaction of all teachers and their students’ academic achievement; significant co-relation between job satisfaction of all teachers and classroom discipline of teacher in Punjab.