Job satisfaction is the important aspect of any organization whether it is public or private organization. Police is the one of the important agency of criminal justice system which serves the community and enforces the law and order in the society. Every organization facing problem in one or another form and the police organization is not an exception. There are numerous studies which are focused on job satisfaction of the employee in private organization but the research in the field of police agency is not up to that level where it should be. In the light of this the present study aims to find out the job satisfaction among non gazette police personnel in Chandigarh which is one of the planned and educated cities of the India. The primary data was collected from 50 non gazette police personnel of Chandigarh. The sample was chosen by simple random sampling method. The main tool used to collect the data was the questioner which was framed in structured manner. The secondary data is also used to assist the theoretical framework. The purpose of this research paper is to examine the various organizational elements that have its effect on job satisfaction or job dissatisfaction of the police personnel. The variables in the questionnaire are organizational policy and administration, attitude of supervisors, pay, relationship with colleague, working conditions, time for personal life, promotion, achievement, recognition and other skill enhancement facilities.
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Ajay Kumar. Job Satisfaction of Chandigarh Police. Research J. Humanities and Social Sciences 2015; 6(4): 284-288 . doi: 10.5958/2321-5828.2015.00038.8