This study was conducted by school teachers
working in schools/College Teachers of in Chhattisgarh
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of ego
strength and self efficacy. A standardized survey was
used to measure teachers' self-efficacy, self-efficacy, and
Findings showed that the mean score of odd-even
expectancy for the revised 32-item scale for ego strength,
self efficacy, and burnout was 0.78 (adjusted); this is
slightly higher than odd-even reliability. The reliability
of the 68-item scale reported by Barron (=0.76) is the
In a research study, the adapted ES scale was found
to have a loading of 0.619 on the factor called mental
illness (Hassan, 1970: 1974).
There is no time limit. Most tests take about 20
minutes to complete.
Test takers can interpret the statements as they wish.
The T score model of the adapted scale is based on a
sample of 350 men and 250 women below; These are
university students aged 18-24. Since there was no
significant difference in E-S scores between male and
female groups, there was no need to create a separate
model for the two gender groups.
The Main Results of This Study are:
There is a difference of opinion between male and
female teachers. Research has revealed that female
teachers experience more stress than male teachers.
Organizational liability promotes feelings of
emotional exhaustion and depersonalization. The
research found that high levels of conscientiousness
were negatively related to self-actualization.
Keywords : Education: Academic Culture, Education Policy, Educational Administration, Universities and Schools.