Professor Dr S Manzoor Hussain Shah Chairman Department of Education Hazara University KP Pakistan

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Impact of Decentralization on Community Participation in Education Sector at District Level in Pakistan

Under devolution plan of 1999 in Pakistan community and its representatives’s participation has increased. The present study has been designed to see the impact of community’s participation in education

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Decentralization in Education and the Performance of the Executive District Officers (Education) in Pakistan

Decentraliztion is not new in Pakistan. It is commonly followed in developed and developing countries. Decentralization in Pakistan has changed the education system as well.

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A Dynamic Analysis of Education and Economic Growth

Education is directly linked with the development of individuals and their adjustment in the society, particularly for the economic growth a country.

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The Community Mobilization in Education: Training Requirements for the Heads of Educational Institutions

Community involvement particularly in the educational institutions could have positive results if educational intitutions provide an opportunity for communication and participation.

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School Reform Management and Professional Training Requirements for Heads of Secondary Schools

Management of secondary education or any level of school involves maximizing the utilization of resources to increase internal and external efficiency.

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Evaluation of School Management Committees Working at Secondary Schools in Pakistan

Evaluation of the working of school management councils at government secondary schools level.

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Gender Differences in Mathematics: Self-efficacy, Belief about Intelligence, and Academic Achievement

Students’ high and low academic achievement depends on their level of self-efficacy.

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Published online: May 25, 2016

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