A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TEACHING COMPETENCY AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR (OCB) OF THE FACULTIES TRAINED THROUGH FORMAL SYSTEM OF EDUCATION AND THOSE THROUGH DISTANCE EDUCATION
Author’s Name : V.Karthiga
Volume 03 Issue 01 Year 2016 ISSN No: 2349-7289 Page no: 13-16
“An educator influences endlessness. He can never tell where his impact stops” watched Henry Adams. The study is centered on looking at the showing competency and Organizational citizenship conduct (OCB) of the resources prepared through formal arrangement of training with separation instruction. Both the laypersons and the expert instructors concur the “integrity” of the instructive project me is resolved to a substantial degree by educating. The attractive instructive results are achievable just if skilled resources are there at the turn to convey the project in the right bearing. The universities might have fantastic material asset as hardware, structures, course readings, educational programs might be fittingly adjusted to the group prerequisites however in the event that the resources are oddball or not interested in their obligations the entire system is liable to be ineffectual and to a great extent squandered.
Augury, Product variable, Process variable, Distance education, formal education, Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB).
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