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EEO. 2020; 19(1): 681-685


Relationship of Independent Monitoring Unit and Students’ Enrolment at Primary Schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Akhtar Ali, Shabir Ahmad, Muhammad Azam Khan, Muhammad Fahim, Roohul Amin.

Abstract
The present study focused to assess the effectiveness of independent monitoring unit with respect to Enrollment attendance gap of students at primary schools. The objective of the study was to assess the effectiveness of independent monitoring in increasing the enrollment of students. All government male primary schools head teachers were the population of the study. The study was delimited to three districts, Buner, Swat and Swabi. Three hundred HPSTs were taken from the three districts. The sample size was taken through L.R.Gay table and Raosoft online calculator. One self-developed questionnaire was distributed among the primary school head teachers. The data were entered into SPSS version 16 and analyzed through percentage and chi-square. After analysis the results showed that HPSTs agreed that IMU brought improvement in the enrolment of students at primary schools. The study recommends that by involving civil society and provides incentives to the poor children could increase the enrolment more at primary schools.

Key words: Monitoring, Independent Monitoring Unit, Enrolment, Students, Primary School head teachers






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