Input Resources and Academic Achievements of the Students
The study was primarily intended to examine the association of input resources and academic achievements of the students in public and private sector colleges. Input resources were measured in terms of physical, financial, human, and information resources. The academic achievements of the students were measured through results of respective colleges in annual BISE examinations and treated as output of the colleges. For sampling, the colleges of district Kotli AJ&K were selected. The study employed primary data, collected through mailed questionnaire, to determine the level of input resources in respective colleges. In the meantime, secondary data regarding academic achievements of the students were extracted from annual board gazettes. The collected responses were analysed by using correlation and regression analysis. The study found difference between input resources and academic achievements of the students in public and private colleges. Positive and significant correlation between input resources and academic achievements of the students was also observed. Separate regression analysis for public and private sector colleges exposed that the effect of input resources on academic achievements of the students remained pronounced in private as compared to public colleges. Based on results, the study suggested the effective deployment and sharing of available resources to and from each category for mutual gain and better educational outcomes.
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