The objectives of this study were: (1) To study the teacher morale in the various Teachers Colleges of the state. (2) To identify the organizational climate of various Teachers Colleges in the state. (3) To find out the institutional performance of the Teachers Colleges in the state. (4)To study the relationship between the organizational climate, teacher morale and institutional performance. (5) To find out to what extent a relationship exists between Organizational climate and Teachers morale.
The findings were: (1) Teachers working in general colleges seem to have a higher sense of work accomplishment and social satisfaction than those teacher educators working in women colleges. (2) Principals in General Colleges seem to be more concerned about giving a push, motivating and orienting the teacher educators than those in women colleges. (3) The higher level of feeling of spirit on the part of teacher educators in Teacher Colleges may be partly due to principles and consideration. (4) No significant difference is found when teacher morale of teacher educators of General Colleges and teacher educators of Women Colleges was compared at each of the three levels of morale in high, average and low. (5) Big sized colleges have higher level of performance than small sized colleges. (6) Teacher educators of 16 colleges have average teacher morale and teacher educators in 10 training colleges have low teacher morale. (7) The correlation of morale with disengagement, high spirit, high intimacy, high trust and high consideration contributed to high morale.
Keyword(s): Teacher Morale , Organizational Climate, Institutional Performance