Kakkar the women lecturers working in Govt. colleges

Kakkar and Ahuja (2013)
explored the effect of stress among women lecturers in different colleges so
that remedies could be find out to live a stress less life. The study was based
on primary data which was collected with the help of a questionnaire for
assessing the level of stress and making a comparison between the groups of
women lecturers from Government and Private Colleges. It was found that there
is no significance difference of stress levels among the women lecturers
working in Govt. colleges and Pvt. Colleges. The study suggests that there is
need for promoting relaxation programmers for the women lecturers to reduce
stress.

Reddy and Anuradha (2013)
examined the Occupational Stress of teachers working at higher secondary level.
It was found that, about 88 percent of higher secondary teachers are
experiencing moderate and high levels of occupational stress. To overcome
occupational stress, the researchers have suggested some measures which could
prove beneficial to teachers in coping with stress are: improve self esteem,
build self confidence, work on building emotional intelligence competencies,
develop a good sense of humor, practice yoga and meditation, exercise
regularly, foster a supportive friend circle, cultivate hobbies, develop
effective communication skills, and seek professional help, if necessary.

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Vijayadurai and Venkatesh (2012)
examined the various factors to stimulate stress level among women teachers in
college of Tamilnadu. Survey method was employed to collect the data from
respondents and the data were collected with the help of questionnaire. The
study revealed that Workplace stress occurs when there are imbalanced demands
and perceived pressures of the work environment and an individual ability to
cope. It was found that 82 % of respondents always have heavy work load within
the organization and there is no significant association between the
qualification of the respondents and heavy workload. It also suggested that
proper communication, good working environment should be provided for reducing
stress.

A
study conducted by Ji, Hong & Zhang,
(2011) tried to understand the
mental stress of the college students and the coping methods to overcome the
stress. The study showed a positive correlation between mental stress of the
college students and employment situations and study conditions and mental
stress

Another
study conducted on Stress coping strategies of students at universities and
colleges of technology by Lin Ying Ming,
Wang and Ming. (2010) found that
in the level of education, the educators force on acquisition of knowledge,
neglecting the emotional caliber. The study concluded that if the teachers do
not give an attention towards over stressed students then these students might
show some unusual behavior. To maintain a healthy body and mind one needs to be
cared for his or her stressful events of life.