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The objective of conducting this research survey is to analyze the effect of gender on different factors affecting the job satisfaction among both public and private university academicians. The research problem undertaken in this study is that whether the gender of academicians affects the job satisfaction level of university academicians. Two public and two private universities of the Delhi and NCR region were taken for conducting this study. The data is primary in nature and is collected by distributing the questionnaire to the respondents. Data was collected from 405 respondents comprising 199 male respondents and 206 female respondents. Research instrument consists of 90 statements, and 11 factors were retrieved from those statements. These factors were named as: Attitude and Behavior of Authorities, Research and Development Facilities, Facilities (i.e. fringe benefits), Attitude and Behavior of Administrative Staff, Attitude and Behavior of Students, Coordination and Cooperation among Co-faculty Members, Technological and Informational Needs, Working Environment Conditions, Academic Environment Conditions, Service Condition Policies, and Compensation. Quantitative data was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Research findings indicate that the female teachers are more satisfied as compared to the male teachers.
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