Role of Punjab Public Schools Support Program in Enhancement of Quality of Education


  • Shahid Iqbal Khan Qurtuba University of Science and Information Technology, DIKhan
  • Asif Jamil Qurtuba University of Science and Information Technology, DIKhan



Quality of Education, PSSP Primary School Teachers, The Effectiveness of PSSP, Achievement Level


The current study focused on the quality of education in PEIMA financially assisted PSSP schools of district Mianwali. The quantitative method and survey design were applied. The objectives of the study were to evaluate the quality of education in PEIMA-assisted PSSP Schools and to explore weaknesses regarding the quality of education in these Schools. All the male and female primary schools established in the public sector and supported by the Punjab Education Initiative Management Authority under PSSP mode in district Mianwali constituted the population of the study. Five research questions and seven hypotheses were formulated. The sample size of the study was 33 principals and 110 teachers. The instrument used was a researcher-designed 5-point Likert scale questionnaire. Test of Validity & Reliability and Pilot testing were done before administering the instrument. Collected data were analyzed by applying frequency, percentage, mean scores, t-test, and One Away ANOVA. According to QAT results of the district, Mianwali indicated that 33 schools before the implementation of the PSSP program were 35-36% while the result of these schools after the implementation of the PSSP program was 52-53%. Therefore, it shows high achievement in an academic field. This study can help the concerned authorities and implementing partners to consider study findings for recruitment & selection, training & development, performance appraisal, succession planning & infrastructure facilities, and academic achievement of the student and teacher's competencies.