Impact of Peer Learning on Performance and Motivation in Management Professional in Higher Education Sector -An Empirical Study

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Dr. Laxmidhar Biswal, Dr. Vinod Malap
Dr. Suman Kalyan Chaudhary, Dr. Satyabrata Patro


Peer Learnning is an important factor to motivate the employee and it is one of the methods and source to enhance the knowledge and skill. Peer learning helps the faculty to develop him self or herself in various ways for better result. It is not lonely a teaching method but also a learning method innovated by the educationists based on the psychological and sociological concepts. It helps to interact with the peers and shows the roadmap of success with motivation depends upon various roles and responsibility. This research paper confirms the existence of peer effects in a learning process with the data from an experiment. This paper confirms the existence of peer learning effects in a learning process with reference to the motivation and performances. Peer to peer learning is a mutual learning process and source and training strategy which involves participants of the same level of engaging in collaborative learning where no fear is there with the learning attitude. Peer-to-peer recognition makes employees feel motivated to produce better business outcomes. Peer learning models adopted in education sector to enhance the knowledge of the faculty to develop themselves. There are various factors to understand how exactly learning from peers is more effective than your robust training programs. People are most likely to listen to a "person next door" personality. Having a dedicated plan for peer learning in place helps increase employee productivity and boosts their morale among other benefits and helps organisational goals in the big picture. The primary data is used for the study. The data was collected through the structured questionnaire from different post graduate institutes in Maharashtra. The data was analyzed in SPSS and Excel tools.


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