FORMULATING QUALITY ADMINISTRATION SYSTEMS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

Shaikh Mohsin Shaikh Latif

Abstract


Quality education is all about systems that lead to good academic culture, excellent academic results, progressive and adaptive management, clean administration and prominent profile of outgoing students and, above all, review and modification of inputs. The students, faculty, administrative staff, college management, parents of students, and society synergize in the growth of an institution. In continuous quality pursuits, all the stakeholders have a prominent role to play.


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