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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44490

STUDY OF DIFFERENCE INLEVEL OF SELFPERCEPTION OF NGO WORKERS WITH INCREASE IN AGE

Anup Ghumare, Arti Deshpande

Abstract

Objective – To study the effect of experience with increase in age of NGO workers on their selfperception. The main objective of researcher was to evaluate the difference in level of selfperception of male and female workers who are associated for a long period with the organization. Sample –The data consists of RSS workers. A total of 450 RSS workers participated in the study, out of which 385 were the male employees and 55 were the female employees. The data was collected from NGO’s operating from Vidharbha Region. Method – The data was collected using the A Comprehensive Battery of Scales of Entrepreneurship.This scale is developed by Dr. V.P. Sharma and published by National Psychological Corporation, Agra. The first part of scale comprises of Self-Perception Trait by the participants. Results – The result of the study demonstrated that male employees of age more than 35 years have significantly high level of self-perception than the male employees who are younger than 35 years of age (t (383) = 2.887, p = 0.0041). However, the level of self-perception of female employees was similar in level irrespective of their age and experience (t (53) = 0.035, p = 0.9725) Conclusion – The present study concludes that male workers of NGO develop higher self-perception as their age increases along with the experience of working for development of others. However, the level of self-perception is not affected in female workers irrespective of their age group

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Self-Perception, NGO, RSS Workers, Age

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