An attempt was made to understand the relationship between mindfulness and burnout in teachers of Matriculation and State Board schools involving 150 teachers (58 female and 17 male from Matriculation)(51 female and 24 male in State Board). Mindfulness Attention Awareness Scale and Burnout Inventory were used as psychological tools. The results showed that there was no statistically significant difference between mindfulness and burnout in Matriculation and State Board school teachers; there is wasa negative correlation between mindfulness and burnout in Matriculation and State Board school teachers.The findings of the present study would be helpful for other researchers in policy discussions and in the efforts to evolve modules to improve teachers' quality of work life and performance.
Dr. Preetha Menon, “Mindfulness and Burnout in Matriculation and State Board School Teachers”, International Journal Of Scientific Research, vol. 4, 2015.