Exploring the Factors Influence Quality of Education at College Level in Pakistan


  • Ghulam Sughra PhD Scholar, Mohi-Ud-Din Islamic University Nerian Sharif AJK
  • Sufi Amin Research Fellow, International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  • Dr. Muhammad Munir Kayani Associate Professor, Department of Education, International Islamic University Islamabad




Explore, Factors, Quality, Quality Education, Degree Colleges


Quality has attained paramount importance in 21th century. A quality higher education system is essential to the successful development and functioning of an open and democratic. The main purpose of this study was to explore the factors influence quality of education at college level in Pakistan. It was quantitative study the nature of the study was descriptive and survey type. This study was delimited to all colleges of Punjab Province. All principals, teachers and students of degree colleges in government degree colleges of Punjab was population of the study.  Systematical sampling techniques was used in the selection of the sample. In this way total No. of students, teachers and principals were 540, 180 and 18 respectively. Self-developed questionnaires were used as research tools. Three questionnaires were used one for students, second for teachers and third for heads of the institutes. Validity of the research tools were ensured through expert opinions while the reliability of the questionnaires for this study were determined through the Cronbach Alpha. The questionnaires were administered through prepaid postage and e-mail to the respective respondents but where applicable these were personally and by friends handed over to the respondents. The male respondents were also be reminded by telephone calls. Data was cleaned and codified before undertaking its statistical analysis with the help of SPSS. Statistical tools including mean, standard deviation and t-test was used for this purpose.


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How to Cite

Sughra, G., Amin, S., & Kayani, D. M. M. (2021). Exploring the Factors Influence Quality of Education at College Level in Pakistan. International Research Journal of Education and Innovation, 2(3), 200–206. https://doi.org/10.53575/irjei.v2.03(21)18.200-206