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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 2418-2427


Dr. Malik Amer Atta, Dr. Abdul Hafeez, Sadia Bibi, Shabnam Razzaq Khan, Dr. Naimat Ullah Babar.

Teaching is a prophetic profession. It requires a considerable amount of professional knowledge and skills that allows any individual to become a competent teacher and play his role successfully in the school environment. The government of KP recently gave an open opportunity to everyone can apply on each and every teaching cadre posts of school without having the professional degree. The purpose of study was to explore, compare and explain the concerns of stakeholders (professional degree holders) regarding this new recruitment policy for all cadres in district D.I.Khan. The mixed method, convergent parallel design was used for the study. Closed ended questionnaire on five point Likert scale (n=202) and semi-structured, open ended interview (n=12) as a tool was used for the study. Concerns regarding needs/importance of professional degree, dropping out professional degree and acceptance of policy were pointed out. The descriptive and inferential statistics at 0.05 significance level was used for quantitative data analysis while thematic analysis (coding) was used for interview analysis. Both results (quantitative and qualitative analysis) matched with each other. Professional degree holders showed highly negative concerns and rejection for new recruitment policy of teachers without professional degree. They favor professional degree as the part of recruitment policy for teachers.

Key words: : Perceptions, dropping out, Professional degree, teachersí recruitment

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