TEACHERS’ ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR IN PAKISTAN: AN INTERUNIVERSITY COMPARISON

  • Nauman A. Abdullah
Keywords: Organizational Citizenship Behaviours, University Teachers, Pakistan

Abstract

The current research was conducted to measure the organizational citizenship behaviours of university teachers in Pakistan. Further, it explored the differences in the levels of the OCBs of public sector and private sector university teachers. Using quantitative approach a descriptive survey research method was employed. Through multistage stratified random sampling technique, the data were collected. An adapted closeended questionnaire measured at a 5 point Likert scale was administered. Validity and reliability were ensured through expert opinions and a pilot study before the actual data collection. After data cleaning, statistical  analyses were applied on 298 questionnaires in the spreadsheet of SPSS version 22.0. Results revealed significant differences in the levels of OCBs of different university teachers. Further differences on analyzing the demographic variables were observed. Practical implications of the findings can be helpful for the practitioners, policymakers, and university administration.

Author Biography

Nauman A. Abdullah

Nauman A. Abdullah is Lecturer (Education) at the Virtual University of Pakistan. His research interest includes evaluation studies, foreign aid to education, online and distance learning, and highlighting social issues in the
education sector. He can be reached at nauman101@hotmail.com

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Published
2020-06-01
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Abdullah, N. (2020). TEACHERS’ ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR IN PAKISTAN: AN INTERUNIVERSITY COMPARISON. <strong><h1 Style="font-Size:1.5vw">Journal of Business Strategies</h1></Strong&gt;, 14(1), 01-16. Retrieved from http://greenwichjournals.com/index.php/businessstudies/article/view/413