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Institution Building Practices in Higher Education - An Empirical Study

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 8 Issue 4

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Umar Mufeed | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies, Cluster University Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir,
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The present educational environment has witnessed enormous change in the recent times. Higher educational institutions (HEI) are facing an enormous challenge to sustain their relevance and to develop themselves as centres of excellence. Growing aspirations and needs of students and changing expectations of teaching staff and other stakeholders have posed immense pressure before academic leaders and policymakers to develop a performance-driven culture. It calls for the role of academic leaders and policymakers to relook and revisit institution-building practices, which would result in enhancing institutional competiveness at world academic level. Keeping this in view, the present paper will make an attempt to examine the perception of 182 teaching personnel towards institution-building practices prevailing in sample select institutions, draw conclusions and suggest measures for improving and sustaining institution-building process of study institutions. The data whatsoever collected was analysed using SPSS 20 version and statistical tests were employed accordingly to suit the present study. The findings of the study though reveal that there exists a favourable attitude of teaching personnel towards institution-building practices, but it needs to be further enriched and improved for gaining academic excellence, in general, and attaining global competitiveness, in particular.

Keywords: Institution Building, Leadership, Academic Excellence, Teaching Staff

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