Comparative Analysis of Institutional Vision, Mission, and Goals Alignment with National Education Policies in Pakistani Affiliated Colleges

Authors

  • Dr. Allah Wasaya Babbar EST English Ghss Qasba Gujrat, Pakistan. Author
  • Dr. Nemat Ullah Assistant Professor, Govt. Graduate College Kot Addu, Pakistan. Author
  • Faiz Mahmood M.Phil Chemistry, University of Education Lahore, D.G. Khan (Campus) Author
  • Dr. Muhammad Ahsan Assistant Professor, Department of English, Ghazi University Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. Author

Keywords:

vision, mission, goals, education policies alignment etc

Abstract

This research study focuses on Pakistani-affiliated institutions in a variety of provinces, including Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), and Balochistan, to explore the alignment between vision, mission and goals and national education policy in Pakistan. This study's objective is to investigate how educators in each of these regions feel about the degree to which their vision, mission, and goals are aligned, as well as how easy it is for them to obtain relevant materials. The study was descriptive in nature. The population of the study was all the principals; faculty members of affiliated colleges were the population of the study. A total of 1900 colleges are registered under the affiliation of different degree-awarding institutions in Pakistan. The study was survey type while the sample was selected through the convenience sampling method of non-probability sampling. Total of 140 faculty members (80 from Punjab (the largest province in terms of population), 20 from Sindh, 20 from KP, and 20 from Balochistan, while 28 principals and 28 directors QEC were selected as samples of the study. The questionnaires were used to determine the effectiveness of the parameters of modified minimum quality standards; moreover, the questionnaires were used to highlight/ explore the deficient areas in MQS for further deliberation/incorporation. The questionnaires were administered to the principals and faculty members of affiliating colleges. An interview protocol was prepared based on minimum quality standards and was used to gather data from principals of affiliated colleges. The study results further identified the problems and issues facing the affiliated educational institutions of Pakistan. Most of the participants have little idea and understanding of the first standards Vision, Mission and Goals set by affiliated colleges. Further, this study identified that affiliated colleges had implemented the rules and regulations regarding academic programs and evaluations provided by affiliating universities. However, the rules are not being implemented as desired.

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10504428

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2023-09-30

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Comparative Analysis of Institutional Vision, Mission, and Goals Alignment with National Education Policies in Pakistani Affiliated Colleges. (2023). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 4(3), 546-565. https://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/43

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