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Egotism (Ahamkaar): A Comparative Study Among Administrative and Clerical Staff

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Shalini Sisodia, Ira Das | Author(s) Affiliation: Dept. of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sc., Dayalbagh Educational Inst., Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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The main purpose of this research was to compare the egotism of administrative and clerical staff. A study was made on randomly selected 200 employees (100 administrative and 100 clerical) from different organizations in Agra, who were administered egotism scale (constructed by the investigator herself). T-test was employed to compare the egotism of administrative staff and clerical staff. There is a no significant difference between egotism of administrative staff and that of clerical staff (t = 1.125, p > .05), showing that egotism is equally prevalent among employees of both the levels. The result revealed that egotism creates hindrances or barrier in getting life-satisfaction or happiness in life. The degree of dissatisfaction leads to a greater degree of unhappiness and leading to their lower well-being.

Keywords: Egotism, Administrative Employees and Clerical Employees

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