Motivation and the Factors of Motivation

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TABLE OF Content

Acceptance Certificate
Acknowledgement
Dedication
List of tables
List of Figure
Table of Content

CHAPTER I
Introduction
Introduction of the study
Statement of Problem
Significance of the Study
Objectives of the Study
Research question
Hypotheses
Delimitation of the Study
Research
Methodology & Procedure
Definationof terms

Chapter II
Review of Literature

Introduction of chapter
Motivation
Definitions of motivation
Importance of motivation
Elements of motivation

Motivation process
Characteristics of motivation
Motivation factors
Types of motivation
Theories of motivation
History of banking
The Muslim commercial bank limited

Chapter III

Method and Procedure

Type of the study
Purpose of the Study
Population
Sample
Instrument Development
Pilot Testing
Reliability
Data Collection
Data Analysis

CHAPTER IV
Analysis and interpretation of data
Demographics

4.1 table
4.2 Table
4.3 Table
4.4 Table
4.5 Table

CHAPTER V
Summary , findings, conclusions and recommendations
Summary
Findings
Conclusion
Discussion
Recommendations
Referances
Appendix
Questionnaire

LIST OF TABLES

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4.1Distribution of respondents by gender49
4.2Distribution of respondents by age50
4.3Distribution of respondents by designation51
4.4Distribution of respondents by marital status52
4.5Distribution of respondents by qualification53
4.6Distribution of respondents by experience54
4.7Opportunity for advancement and growth (gender)55
4.8Training and composition (gender)56
4.9Performance appraisal (gender)57
4.10Job characteristics (gender)58
4.11Job security & responsibility (gender)59
4.12Leadership (gender)60
4.13Opportunity for advancement and growth (marital status)61
4.14Training and composition (marital status)62
4.15Performance appraisal (marital status)63
4.16Job characteristics (marital status)64
4.17Job security & responsibility (marital status)65
4.18Leadership (marital status)66
4.19Motivation level amongst the employees (age)67
4.20Motivation level amongst the employees (designation)68
4.21Motivation level amongst the employees (qualification)69
4.22Motivation level amongst the employees (experience)70
4.23The Overall motivational level of MCB employees72
4.24Reliability of questionnaire

LIST OF FIGURES

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