Poban Gogoi, Dr. P. K. Gogoi


The present research paper is the outcome of an attempt to construct and standardise a scale for the college level teachers to measure their perception on Principals’ leadership effectiveness.  The final scale consisted of 60 statements distributed over six dimensions of leadership effectiveness. The reliability of the scale was calculated by using split-half method and it was found to be 0.94. Content validity of the scale was ensured by a team of experts from the Department of Education, Dibrugarh University, Assam, India.


Leadership Effectiveness, College Teachers, Perception.

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