A Comparative Study of the Selected Administrative Practices at Public and Private Sector Universities of Pakistan

Bibi Asia Naz, Dr. Umar Ali Khan, Dr. Rahmat Ullah Shah, Javed Iqbal

Abstract


The study aims to compare the administrative practices of public and private sector universities of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Punjab. The researcher randomly selected 160 academicians and 160 administrators from two public and two private universities of each province Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Punjab. The data was collected through a questionnaire consisted of 32 domains. The main findings of the study are:  There is no significant difference between the opinions of academicians and administrators of public and private sector universities about the amendments in the act/statute,  the HEC influence in Administrative matters, the members selection of different bodies,  tenure of different bodies, the decision making practice,  the staff selection. While significant difference was found between the opinions of academicians and administrators of public and private sector universities about the procedure for irregularities. It is evident that there is lack of a proper procedure for dealing with irregularities in both sector universities.

 

Key Words: Administrative Practices, Academicians, Administrators, Universities.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v2i1.1521

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