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A study on organizational climate perception by veterinary officers(VOs) and veterinary livestock inspectors(VLIs) of the department of animal husbandry and veterinary service, Karnataka

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A. L. Sandika ,

University of Ruhuna, LK
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Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ruhuna,  Mapalana, Kamburupitiya
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J. G. Angadi,

University of Agricultural Sciences, IN
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Department of Agricultural Extension Education, College of Agriculture, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, 580 005
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L. V. Hirevenkanagoudar,

University of Agricultural Sciences, IN
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Department of Agricultural Extension Education, College of Agriculture, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, 580 005
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H. Basavaraj

University of Agricultural Sciences, IN
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Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, 580 005
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Abstract

This study was conducted to assess the organizational climate perception by Veterinary Officers (VOs) and Veterinary Livestock Inspectors (VLIs) of the Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Service (AH & VS) in Belgaum district of North Karnataka during 2005 / 06. Majority of VOs (55 .00%) and 45.00 percent of VLIs perceived the organizational climate as favourable. Whereas, the most favourable perception was observed with only 34.00 percent VOs and 15.00 percent VLIs. On the contrary, less favourable perception was noticed with relatively high percentage of VLIs (40.00%) compared to VOs (11.00%). Further, it was observed that there was significant difference between mean values of the organizational climate perception of VOs (106.6) and VLIs (96.25). Age, job experience, job involvement and job satisfaction had positive and significant association with organizational climate perception by both VOs and VLIs whereas, job stress had negative and significant relationship with organizational climate perception. The variables such as information seeking behavoiur, perceived work load and availability of facilities and resources had shown non significant relationship in case of VOs whereas, experience, training and perceived work load had a non-significant relationship with the level of organizational climate perception of VLIs. Provide adequate facilities, Implement an appropriate promotion scheme, increase the salary and salary increments were major suggestions expressed by VOs avd VLIs to improve the organizational climate of the department.
How to Cite: Sandika, A.L. et al., (2007). A study on organizational climate perception by veterinary officers(VOs) and veterinary livestock inspectors(VLIs) of the department of animal husbandry and veterinary service, Karnataka. Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 3(2), pp.75–81. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/jas.v3i2.8102
Published on 01 May 2007.
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