Workplace Spirituality: Perception of Employees in Selected B-Schools at Kolkata

  • Subhadeep Mukherjee Ph.D. Scholar, Centre For Management Studies, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh – 786004, Assam, India
  • Soumendra Bhattacharjee Assistant Professor, BIT Mesra, Kolkata Campus, West Bengal, India
  • Seema S. Singha Professor, Department of Commerce, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh – 786004, Assam, India
Keywords: Workplace Spirituality, Perception


Now- a – days workplace spirituality is a renowned topic which is gaining gratitude and value among the academicians and industrial people. Workplace Spirituality aims at meaningful work, sense of community and value of organization. It speaks about experiencing and sharing common attachments of people, which attracts and`bond them in togetherness within the workplace and the organization as a whole. The present study is a modest attempt to explore the individual perception about spirituality among the employees (Faculties) in selected B-Schools in Kolkata. The methodology adopted involves a field study using a
structured questionnaire as a research instrument which would be circulated among 80 faculties in selected 10 B- Schools in the city of Kolkata. The collected data would be analyzed through Likert 5 Point Scale ranging from strongly agree, agree, neutral, disagree, and strongly disagree. The analysis would be carried
out using S.P.S.S. The objective of this study comprises the following:
1. To have an insight about spirituality amongst the faculty members of selected B-Schools.
2. To know the benefits of integrating spirituality in the institutes of higher learning.