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Contemporary Issues in Education Research, v2 n4 p101-110 2009

The major purpose of this paper was to examine the quality of various aspects of higher education in the private sector of Pakistan by adopting a descriptive method of research. The population of the study constituted 270 administrators, 6,180 teachers and 61,108 students in existing 54 private universities and degree-awarding institutions of Pakistan. The method of cluster sampling was used to select the study sample of 840 people, which was carried out in two stages. In the first stage, 12 clusters of universities were randomly chosen out of the total population of private universities. In the second stage, 60 administrators, 180 teachers and 600 students were selected through a random sampling procedure with five administrators, 15 teachers and 50 students from each selected cluster. Three questionnaires, developed and refined through pre-testing, were used as measuring instruments to collect data. The researcher personally visited each university and collected data from the sample. The collected data was tabulated, analyzed and interpreted by using ANOVA and t test techniques.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Private Colleges, Questionnaires, Educational Quality, College Faculty, College Administration, Administrators, College Students, Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Gender Differences, Comparative Analysis, Governance, Teacher Competencies, Student Characteristics, Teacher Characteristics, College Curriculum, Instructional Effectiveness, Masters Programs, Statistical Significance

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Autor: Ali, Riasat; Khan, Abdul Majeed; Qadeer, Muhammad Zaigham; Shahzad, Saqib


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