A Study to Investigate the Quality of Education: A Case from Degree Colleges of the Central Punjab

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Anam Noshaba, Tahseen Arshad, Kiran Karamat, Mahr Muhammad Saeed Akhtar


The aim of this study was to explore the level of quality education at college level in Punjab. Population of this study was all the teachers of Government Degree Colleges situated in Punjab.Through simple random sampling technique 400 teachers were selected. Quality Education Assessment Questionnaire (QEAQ)was used for data collection. This instrument was based on the Minimum Quality Standards (MQS) which were introduced by Higher Education Commission to maintain the quality of colleges. Out of all 90% teachers responded.Findings showed that majority of the respondents were of the opinion that MQS were followed in Government Degree Colleges in Punjab.Future research may be conducted to study the viewpoint of other stakeholders of education regarding quality education and it is suggested that research may be conducted to make comparison between private and public colleges regarding quality education.

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