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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 466-475

Role of Supervisors’ Research Expertise in Improving Academic Satisfaction and Research Skills of Supervisees

Zahida Javed, Shafqat Hussain, Asif Iqbal, Muhammad Faisal Farid.

The current study is about to investigate the role of supervisors’ research expertisein improvingacademic satisfaction and research skills of scholars. The main objective of the study is to find out that how supervisors’ research attitude effects the academic satisfaction of supervisees and play role in enhancing their research skills and command. For this purpose, study is conducted at M.Phil and PHD research scholars. Population of study is students enrolled in universities across the Pakistan. Especially the provincial and federal capital of Pakistan. 471 scholars participated in study as a sample. Data is collected through the questionnaire-based survey technique. This study adopts the partial least square (PLS) software to measure structural equation modeling (SEM) in term structural model and measurement model. The results of current study show strong relationship and effect of supervisors’ research support to scholars develop positive social and academic satisfaction among students. Research skills among students promote due to the expertise and proper guidance of supervisors to their supervisees.

Key words: Supervisors’ Research Expertise, Academic satisfaction, Research Skills

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