Decentralization and Educational Institutional Development - A Case study from Pakistan

Mehmood, Tahir; Hussain, Tariq; Riaz, Muhammad; Khalid, Mubashira; Hashmi, Aroona
November 2012
International Journal of Humanities & Social Science;Nov2012, Vol. 2 Issue 22, p190
Academic Journal
Case Study
Punjab Local Government Ordinance (PLGO) 2001empowered District governments with power and authority to play an effective and efficient role for institutional development. The aimed at finding out the magnitude of educational institutional development especially in rural areas of Punjab province. The research methods employed in this study were qualitative in nature. It was survey study covering the four districts of Punjab. The results show that school management may be more empowered for decision making process as mostly decisions are being made by politicians and often they are forced to implement the decision taken by top management.


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