A Study of Employee Engagement Practices of Faculties of Engineering Institutes Of Karnataka State

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Mrs. Rajani B Chaubey, Prof. Dr. T J Vidyasagar


“Our assets walk out of the door each evening. We have to make sure that they come back the next morning”- Narayan Murthy

Employee engagement refers to the degree to which employees are focused on and present in their roles. Each and every employee needs to be motivated constantly throughout their stay in the organization Engaged faculties are indeed asset to any educational Institution, whereas disengaged faculty may become a major liability to institution as well as may affect students’ career adversely. Thus, Faculty remains the knowledge capital of any nation thus engaging it in correct way becomes utmost necessity of this hour. The importance of education especially technical education has been constantly growing and knowledge-based industries are now occupying center stage in development. Consequently, multifold growth in number of universities & institutions are offering technical education over the past few decades. To survive globally quality of education needs to be improved constantly. In this context faculty engagement is found to be key elements in order to create skilled manpower. This paper aims to discuss faculty engagement practices at engineering. Along with this paper revolves around in identifying what engages the faculties of technical education the most. By identifying those factors, we hope to engage the faculties of engineering colleges in a much more effective way.


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