Purpose The present study has been conducted to find out the level of Job Satisfaction among the College Teachers of Professional and Non Professional Institution in Punjab and to present their Comparative Position regarding the impact of Job Satisfaction level on their Turnover Intentions. Design/Methodology/Approach To fulfill the objectives of the study, 516 College Teachers (258 college teachers from Professional Institutions and 258 College teachers from Non Professional Institution in Punjab) from representative 5 districts (i.e, Amritsar, Bathinda, Jalandhar, Patiala, Ropar) out of 22 districts of Punjab were selected to constitute the sample. Information from selected College Teachers was collected through a questionnaire. The data was further analysed by using statistical techniques. Findings The College Teachers of both Professional and Non Professional Institutions in Punjab were found to be approaching high degree of satisfaction but College Teachers of Non Professional Institutions are having an edge over College Teachers of Professional Institutions. Moreover, there exists a significant negative correlation between Job Satisfaction and Turnover intentions of College Teachers of both Professional and Non Professional Institutions of Punjab. Originality/Value The Paper recognizes the importance of teaching fraternity in improving the educational level of the society and furthering the overall interest of society.