SELF-PERCEIVED MANAGERIAL PRACTICES AND LOCATION WISE DIFFERENCES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLS HEADS IN BANNU DIVISION
Sadaf Bano*, Dr. Safdar Rehman Ghazi**
Management is effective utilization and coordination of resources such as capital, plant, materials, and labour to achieve defined objectives with maximum efficiency. The aim of the study was to investigate the perceptions of the secondary school heads about their managerial practices and to find out differences between the managerial practices of rural and urban secondary school heads working in Bannu Division. A survey-based study was conducted to collect data from respondents of the population. The core reason of the study was to identify the managerial practices and location wise difference in these practices of the secondary school heads. Overall heads teacher of Secondary Schools in Bannu divisions always performed these managerial practices. The location wise comparison indicated that heads of secondary schools equally involve in all managerial practices except human resource management and effective documentation.