Satisfaction of the Teachers becomes all the more important in an educational institution where the quality of job performed more or less depends mainly on the framework of the mind of the teacher. In the present age of competition, any organization that can attract, motivate and retain satisfied individuals, will be better positioned to succeed. Satisfied employees tend to be more productive, creative and committed to their job and are more loyal to the organization.Job Satisfaction describes how content an individual is with his or her job. Job Satisfaction is an attitude, which results from the experiences of an employee from his job. It is an individual’s feeling or state of mind. In simple terms, it is the extent to which one feels good about his or her job. Job Satisfaction is a multi-pronged concept. The source of Job Satisfaction is not only the job; it also emanates from the business environment, government policies, working environment, supervision style, interpersonal relationship, and organizational culture and personality factors. Various studies have established that it is the set of both internal and external factors which affects the level of Job Satisfaction among College teacher.