Critical Analysis of Management of Fauji Foundation Educational Institutions

Javed, Latif; Shah, Manzoor Hussain; Ali i., Imtiaz; Kiani, Almas
March 2013
International Journal of Humanities & Social Science;Mar2013, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p238
Academic Journal
This study was designed to critically analyze the Management System of Fauji Foundation educational institutions. The study was descriptive in nature and a survey was conducted for collection of data. The population of the study consisted Principals and Teachers of Fauji Foundation Model Schools. A convenient random sample of 15 Schools was drawn with equal participation of both the genders. Out of these schools 15 Principals 15Vice Principals and 62 Teachers were randomly selected. Questionnaire for the principals, and teachers were prepared to analyze the management system. The study indicated that, within the education management system of fauji foundation the schools were functioning for the welfare of their beneficiaries. Most of the schools were affiliated with their respective secondary boards. A unique system of education is being run in which students from middle and lower class families are studying under the same umbrella of fauji foundation. The study established that effective school performance requires visionary leadership, amongst others, and that there is a strong relationship between visionary leadership and transformational leadership, which is recommended for education leaders to boost the students 'performance.


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