As the society became more and more complex leading towards the modern age, physical activity came to be recognized as an organized supervised form of education and was termed as Physical Education. Physical Education is a comprehensive concept and its scope is very wide. In the 21st century, Physical Education is not physical training itself or simply body building or mass drill or pertaining to physical fitness alone. It has emerged as a multi-dimensional discipline. The purpose of this study was to assess and compare the organizational climate, occupational stress and work motivation of physical education teachers working in different management of schools in Bidar district. To achieve the purpose of the study 105 physical education teachers aged 25 to 50 years with at least two years experience in same school were selected randomly with 35 subjects each from government, govt. aided and unaided schools out 401 schools (approximately). The following criterion measures of the study are organizational climate is measured by organizational climate scale by S.Pethe., S. Chaudhari and U. Dhar, Occupational stress is measured by occupational stress index by Dr. A.K. Srivastava and Dr. A.P. Singh, Work motivation is measured by work motivation questionnaire by P.K.G. Agarwal. The data is collected through mail as well as direct contact with the respondents.
It is concluded that significant difference obtained in occupational stress of physical education teachers working in different management of schools in Bidar district. Significant differences found in occupational stress of physical education teachers working in unaided and government schools. Aided and government school teachers have better organizational climate than the Un-aided schools. Un-aided schools teachers have higher occupational stress in comparison to the aided and government school. The government school teachers have better work motivation than the aided and unaided schools. The results of this study are able to provide some insights that can be considered as intervening elements of organizational climate, occupational stress and work motivation of higher secondary level school Physical Education teachers of India. It is also concluded that it is higher authorities (management) who are concern and policy maker think of streamlining services conditions in terms of pay, benefits, duty hours and facilities etc.