Abstract – AOCRJ-V2I2P5

Modeling HRD Practices to Improve Higher Educational Standards,
A case on Public Universities of Punjab, Pakistan

Muhammad Ali Hamza,
University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Pakistan
Muhammad Waqas,
Comsats Institute of Information Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
Sara Haroon
The Superior University, Pakistan

Abstract:
Learning is a familiarity, performance, progression, and proficiency of acquisition of knowledge or skill (American Heritage Dictionary), therefore it’s an established reality that a learned and unlearned, less learned and more learned can never produce same amount of results. In the academic arena this has been clearly understood that the development of HR is one of the major sources to have continuous growth in academic standards. Though here around has been increasing studies on impact of schooling and training on academic standards in Higher education, but researcher’s attention has been mostly limited to the training of higher management. In this study we are going to use the approach to examine the directional relationship between different kinds of trainings for different hierarchal slabs at the public universities with the academic standards.

Key Words: Training on Pedagogical tools, Training of Managerial Aptitude, Training on Generic Competencies, Professional Development, University commitment, Academic standards

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