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In recent years stress became an inevitable problem to any type of organization. It is believed that creating an organization without stress is required to have a long run in any field. This study is carried out to found the stress level of the teachers who contributed themselves into building an intellectual society. For this study structured questionnaire was carried and the study concluded with the 750 teachers. It shows the level of stress among the teacher community is high and they have been faced some biological and psychological changes in their life.



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