International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

 

EFFECTIVENESS OF MONITORING SYSTEM AT PRIMARY LEVEL IN PAKISTAN
Dr. Muhammad Munir Kayani, Nasim Begum, Dr. Anisa Kayani, Dr. Shazia Naureen

ABSTRACT
This study was designed to find out effectiveness of monitoring system and to review the implementation of the monitoring system at primary level in Pakistan. A sample of 39 head-teachers of girl’s primary schools and 20 monitoring evaluation assistants (MEAs) were  randomly as respondents of the study. Two separate questionnaires were developed and administered after pilot testing to head-teachers and MEAs. Percentage and chi-square are used for analysis of the data. Major findings of the study are: most of MEAs had Matric / F.A as academic qualification and most of MEAs had no professional qualification and did not get special training for monitoring the school; MEAs checked all the record of school council and Farogh-e-Taleem funds; MEAs checked all the record which was related to teaching and non-teaching staff; Most of the teachers became regular and punctual after the implementation of monitoring program.

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