Mental health status of women at higher education institutions: Evidence from Tamil Nadu
K Manimekalai, J Sophiya, A Ranjithkumar
In the contemporary world, both men and women are in job for the survival of life. Job is mandatory to meet physiological, security, social, esteems, cognitive, aesthetic, self- actualizing, and transcendences needs. Women are facing psychological problems at workplace which do not exclude women working in higher educational institutions. This may have an impression on mental health and be a reason behind symptoms of mental disturbances, angry, depression, inactive or poor health. Work environmental is good for physical and mental health at the same time bad working environment leads to illness of human being. Harassment and bullying at work place are normally reported issues and might have a considerable adverse impact on mental health. An organization will take actions that may promote physiological health within the work environment such actions may provide good result. Depression at the workplace is a leading cause of loss of work productivity, leave and premature retirement. The present study is analyzing the Mental Health Status of Women at Workplace with special reference to Higher Educational Institutions in Tamil Nadu.
K Manimekalai, J Sophiya, A Ranjithkumar. Mental health status of women at higher education institutions: Evidence from Tamil Nadu. International Journal of Advanced Education and Research, Volume 5, Issue 6, 2020, Pages 47-52