A STUDY OF QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE MANAGEMENT OF COLLEGE HEADS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF TEACHERS AT MULTAN CITY IN PAKISTAN

Authors

  • Sajida Ghani
  • Farah Latif Naz
  • Zahida Aziz Sial

Abstract

The study aims at evaluating and investigating the college heads' managerial strategies and their effect on the overall productivity of college professors. In this regard, the study surveyed the top operational levels of colleges to ascertain their employment of effective management methods in their institutions and to ascertain instructors' perceptions of the planning and management employed by their executives. The associated literature discusses various leadership and management characteristics and styles, such as technical abilities, interpersonal abilities, and administrative abilities (planning), decision-making, and reporting, to assist college presidents in fulfilling various managerial duties. It was, by definition, descriptive research. The study population consisted of private and public colleges’ teachers in Multan District, and 120 teachers, 58 male and 62 female are selected by using the random sampling technique to ascertain the differences in opinions between college teachers concerning quality management practices and implementations in college management. A questionnaire-based on a five-point Likert scale with 30 statements for grading college teachers' viewpoints. The respondents were surveyed and face-to-face interaction was used to elicit their perspectives and replies on the scale. Standard deviation frequencies, weighted mean, and percentages were used to analyze college teachers' replies to ascertain their perceptions of the quality of college management and the effectiveness of college Heads' management methods at respective institutes. There is a statistically small difference in the problems faced by female and male college lecturers. The difference in mean implies that male teachers responded slightly better than female teachers. College Heads were found to be generally content with the job efficiency of their subordinates, although they were unanimous in their support for the promotion of a research study in higher education. Each respondent expressed appreciation for mutual coordination of their colleagues, teamwork as well as cooperation especially when working in a college setting.

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Published

2021-12-22

How to Cite

Sajida Ghani, Farah Latif Naz, & Zahida Aziz Sial. (2021). A STUDY OF QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE MANAGEMENT OF COLLEGE HEADS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF TEACHERS AT MULTAN CITY IN PAKISTAN. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(18), 1251-1261. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10767