STUDENTS MOTIVATION BEHIND
JOINING MBA AMONG
THE STUDENTS OF AUS BATCH
2013-2015
SECTION A
Submitted To:
Ms Juthika konwar...
Rti,
Jam
mu
2
DEFINITION
Motivation is a process which
begins with a physiological or
psychological need or deficiency
whi...
MOTIVATION: THE KEY TO
SUCCESS
MOTIVATIO
N
Achievement
Successful learningSuccessful
teaching
INTRODUCTION (CONT.)
Motivation
is the
psychological
process
that
leads to
Choice of
behavior
that
results in Some level
o...
CONCEPTS OF MOTIVATION
MOTIVATION IS
TWO-DIMENSIONAL
 Intrinsic motivation is self-granted
and comes when something is
meaningful or gives sense...
MOTIVATION IS
TWO-DIMENSIONAL
 Extrinsic motivation is an action taken by
another person
 Usually involves an incentive ...
self-fulfillment
love for the culture
love for the language
pleasure
grades
teacher
job
requirement
parents
salary
9
MASLOW’S NEED HIERARCHY
THEORY
Specifies that
there are five
human needs and
that these are
arranged in such a
way that ...
Rti,
Jam
mu
10
MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
THEORY
 Works on the assumption that the
behaviour of individuals at a particu...
Rti,
Jam
mu
11
MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS
THEORY(CONTD)
Five needs:
 1.    Physiological : Basic needs of hunger, thirst...
CHARACTERISTICS OR FEATURES
OF MOTIVATION
1. Personal and Internal Feeling
2. Art of Stimulating Someone Or Oneself
3. Pro...
ORGANIZATION BECAUSE OF THE
FOLLOWING BENEFITS IT
PROVIDES:-
1. Productive use of resources
2. Increased efficiency and ou...
Motivation
and
Performance
THE RESULTS OF ACTIVITIES OF AN
ORGANIZATION OR AN INDIVIDUAL OVER A
GIVEN PERIOD OF TIME IS PERFORMANCE.
PERFORMANCE IS T...
FACTORS AFFECTING
INDIVIDUAL
PERFORMANCE
Motivation of individual,
His sense of competence.
His ability,
His role of p...
TABLE NO. 1
GENDER COMPOSITION
GENDER RESPON
DENTS
INTRINSI
C VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EXTRINS
IC
VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EQUAL
VALUE
M...
FIGURE NO. 1
GENDER COMPOSITION
From the above graphical interpretation it is clearly seen that out of 34 respondents, 84%...
 
TABLE NO. 2
DISCIPLINE (SCIENCE)
SCIENCE RESPON
DENTS
INTRINSI
C VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EXTRINS
IC
VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EQUAL
VA...
FIGURE NO. 2
SCIENCE CHART
From the above graphical representation, survey among 3 males & 3 females of
science stream cle...
TABLE NO. 3
DISCIPLINE (COMMERCE)
 
COMMER
CE
RESPON
DENTS
INTRINSI
C VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EXTRINS
IC
VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EQUAL...
FIGURE NO. 3
COMMERCE CHART
From the above table it is showing that out of 12 male and 5 females of Commerce
stream 84% of...
TABLE NO. 4
DISCIPLINE (ARTS)
ARTS RESPON
DENTS
INTRINSI
C VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EXTRINS
IC
VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EQUAL
VALUE
Male...
FIGURE NO. 4
ARTS CHART
From the above graphical representation, survey among 4 males & 1
females of Arts stream clearly s...
TABLE NO. 5
DISCIPLINE (OTHERS)
OTHERS RESPON
DENTS
INTRINSI
C VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EXTRINS
IC
VALUE
PERCEN
TAGE
EQUAL
VALUE
...
 
FIGURE NO. 5
OTHERS CHART
Lastly from the above graphical representation it is clearly seen that out of 8
respondents fr...
CONCLUSION
 Respondents get opportunity to express their views.
 92% of the respondents are completely satisfied while 8...
SUGGESTIONS
 Out Box environment should be improved.
 More essence should be created among MBA
course.
 Value awareness...
LIMITATIONS
 Motivation Abstract: Motivation is abstract and it is
very difficult to measure motivation because it can on...
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  1. 1. STUDENTS MOTIVATION BEHIND JOINING MBA AMONG THE STUDENTS OF AUS BATCH 2013-2015 SECTION A Submitted To: Ms Juthika konwar Assistant Professor Submitted By: Biswajit Bhattacharjee BikramJit Dutta Bikash Choudhury Banribha Syiem
  2. 2. Rti, Jam mu 2 DEFINITION Motivation is a process which begins with a physiological or psychological need or deficiency which triggers behaviour or a drive that is aimed at a goal or an incentive.
  3. 3. MOTIVATION: THE KEY TO SUCCESS MOTIVATIO N Achievement Successful learningSuccessful teaching
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION (CONT.) Motivation is the psychological process that leads to Choice of behavior that results in Some level of job performance The Motivation-Behavior-Job Performance Sequencea
  5. 5. CONCEPTS OF MOTIVATION
  6. 6. MOTIVATION IS TWO-DIMENSIONAL  Intrinsic motivation is self-granted and comes when something is meaningful or gives sense of purpose  Examples: Job contentment Individual growth Achievement
  7. 7. MOTIVATION IS TWO-DIMENSIONAL  Extrinsic motivation is an action taken by another person  Usually involves an incentive or anticipation of a reward  Examples: Money Awards Performance feedback
  8. 8. self-fulfillment love for the culture love for the language pleasure grades teacher job requirement parents salary
  9. 9. 9 MASLOW’S NEED HIERARCHY THEORY Specifies that there are five human needs and that these are arranged in such a way that lower, more basic needs must be satisfied before higher-level needs become activated. Specifies that there are five human needs and that these are arranged in such a way that lower, more basic needs must be satisfied before higher-level needs become activated. Deficiency Needs Physiological Safety Social Growth Needs Esteem Self-actualization Deficiency Needs Physiological Safety Social Growth Needs Esteem Self-actualization
  10. 10. Rti, Jam mu 10 MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS THEORY  Works on the assumption that the behaviour of individuals at a particular moment is usually determined by their strongest need.  Based on hypothesis that within every human being there exists a hierarchy of five needs.
  11. 11. Rti, Jam mu 11 MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS THEORY(CONTD) Five needs:  1.    Physiological : Basic needs of hunger, thirst, shelter, clothing and other body needs.  2.        Safety: security and protection from physical and emotional harm  3.       Social: affection, belongingness, acceptance and friendship  4.        Esteem: Need for both self esteem(self respect, autonomy and achievement) and external esteem (status, recognition and attention)  5.        Self-actualization the drive to become what one is capable of becoming: includes growth, achieving one’s potential, self fulfillment.
  12. 12. CHARACTERISTICS OR FEATURES OF MOTIVATION 1. Personal and Internal Feeling 2. Art of Stimulating Someone Or Oneself 3. Produces Goal – Directed Behaviour 4. Motivation can be either Positive or Negative 5. The Central Problem of Motivation is HOW 6. Motivation is System Oriented
  13. 13. ORGANIZATION BECAUSE OF THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS IT PROVIDES:- 1. Productive use of resources 2. Increased efficiency and output 3. Achievement of goals 4. Development of friendly relationships 5. Stability in workforce
  14. 14. Motivation and Performance
  15. 15. THE RESULTS OF ACTIVITIES OF AN ORGANIZATION OR AN INDIVIDUAL OVER A GIVEN PERIOD OF TIME IS PERFORMANCE. PERFORMANCE IS THE OUTCOME OF MOTIVATION.  1. The act of performing or the state of being performed.  2. The act or style of performing a work or role before an audience.  3. The way in which someone or something functions: The pilot rated the airplane's performance in high winds.  4. A presentation, especially a theatrical one, before an audience.  5. Something performed; an accomplishment.  6. Linguistics One's actual use of language in actual situations.
  16. 16. FACTORS AFFECTING INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE Motivation of individual, His sense of competence. His ability, His role of perception, and Organizational resources
  17. 17. TABLE NO. 1 GENDER COMPOSITION GENDER RESPON DENTS INTRINSI C VALUE PERCEN TAGE EXTRINS IC VALUE PERCEN TAGE EQUAL VALUE Male 23 368/440 84% 282/440 64% 14 Female 13 196/240 82% 157/240 65% 15 TOTAL 36
  18. 18. FIGURE NO. 1 GENDER COMPOSITION From the above graphical interpretation it is clearly seen that out of 34 respondents, 84% of males are Intrinsically motivated scoring 368 of 440 points while 64% of males are Extrinsically motivated with 282 of 440 points, whereas on the other hand 82% of females are also highly Intrinsically motivated scoring 196 of 240 points while 65% of females are Extrinsically motivated scoring 157 of 240 points. It is also to be noted that there is one male who is highly Extrinsically motivated than his Intrinsical value and there is also 1 male & 1 female who is Equal to the value, means neither he is Intrinsic nor Extrinsic.
  19. 19.   TABLE NO. 2 DISCIPLINE (SCIENCE) SCIENCE RESPON DENTS INTRINSI C VALUE PERCEN TAGE EXTRINS IC VALUE PERCEN TAGE EQUAL VALUE Male 3 52/60 87% 34/60 57% Female 3 45/60 75% 37/60 62% TOTAL 6
  20. 20. FIGURE NO. 2 SCIENCE CHART From the above graphical representation, survey among 3 males & 3 females of science stream clearly shows that 52% of males are Intrinsically motivated scoring 52 of 60 points and 34% of males are Extrinsically with 34 of 60 points, Whereas on the other hand 75% of females are Intrinsically motivated scoring 45 of 60 points and 62% of females Extrinsically with 37 of 60 points.
  21. 21. TABLE NO. 3 DISCIPLINE (COMMERCE)   COMMER CE RESPON DENTS INTRINSI C VALUE PERCEN TAGE EXTRINS IC VALUE PERCEN TAGE EQUAL VALUE Male 12 201/240 84% 155/240 65% Female 5 83/100 83% 66/100 66% TOTAL 17
  22. 22. FIGURE NO. 3 COMMERCE CHART From the above table it is showing that out of 12 male and 5 females of Commerce stream 84% of the male are Intrinsically motivated Scoring 201 of 240 points while 65% of the males are also Extrinsically motivated with 155 of 240 points whereas on the other hand 83% of females are Intrinsically motivated scoring 83 of 100 points and 66% of females are also Extrinsically motivated with 66 of 100 points.
  23. 23. TABLE NO. 4 DISCIPLINE (ARTS) ARTS RESPON DENTS INTRINSI C VALUE PERCEN TAGE EXTRINS IC VALUE PERCEN TAGE EQUAL VALUE Male 4 68/80 85% 58/80 73% Female 1 10/20 50% 14/20 70% TOTAL 5
  24. 24. FIGURE NO. 4 ARTS CHART From the above graphical representation, survey among 4 males & 1 females of Arts stream clearly shows that 85% of males are Intrinsically motivated scoring 68 of 80 points and also 73% of males are Extrinsically motivated with 58 of 80 points, Whereas on the other hand incase of only 1 female 95% of her motivation is Intrinsic scoring 19 of 20 points and 14% of her motivation is Extrinsic with 14 of 20 points
  25. 25. TABLE NO. 5 DISCIPLINE (OTHERS) OTHERS RESPON DENTS INTRINSI C VALUE PERCEN TAGE EXTRINS IC VALUE PERCEN TAGE EQUAL VALUE Male 4 61/80 76% 49/80 61% Female 4 60/80 75% 50/80 63% TOTAL 8
  26. 26.   FIGURE NO. 5 OTHERS CHART Lastly from the above graphical representation it is clearly seen that out of 8 respondents from Other stream 78% of the male are Intrinsically motivated Scoring 47 of 60 points while 58% of the males are also Extrinsically motivated with 35 of 60 points whereas on the other hand 22% of females are Intrinsically motivated scoring 45 of 60 points and 35% of females are also Extrinsically motivated with 35 of 60 points. It is also to be noted that there is 1 male & 1 female who is Equal to the value, means neither he is Intrinsic nor Extrinsic to the value of his
  27. 27. CONCLUSION  Respondents get opportunity to express their views.  92% of the respondents are completely satisfied while 8% of the respondents are partially satisfied.  Majority of the respondents are Intrinsically motivated to join the course.  There is a positive relationship between the respondent’s interest to the MBA course.  Motivation is abstract quality, for which measurement become to difficult task because of the non-availability of standardized test for it.  Attitude of students of his/her personal belief towards the MBA course is extremely favorable.
  28. 28. SUGGESTIONS  Out Box environment should be improved.  More essence should be created among MBA course.  Value awareness should have to cultivated among students towards other courses.  The human motivation is changeable and not stable it should be considered in mind.  Praise incentives should be given more.
  29. 29. LIMITATIONS  Motivation Abstract: Motivation is abstract and it is very difficult to measure motivation because it can only be felt. As it cannot be touched there is no standardized data on motivation.  Lack of understanding Among the respondents: Most of the respondents are not able to get the standard understanding to know their motivational pattern as a result they become biased in filling of these questionnaires.  Difficulty in Filling: A large number of the respondents needed help in filling these questionnaires.  Lack of Seriousness: Some of the respondents did not attach the required seriousness to the questionnaire.
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