Using SPSS to Find the Factors Affecting the Quality of Education in Private Universities in Haryana

Neeraj Kumari*
*Associate Professor, Department of Humanities & Management, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, Faridabad, Haryana, India.
Periodicity:January - March'2019
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jet.15.4.15105

Abstract

The objective of the study is to examine the current education system present in private technical education universities in Haryana from the faculty members’ perspective. It is a descriptive research. The data has been collected with the help of Questionnaire Based Survey. The sample size is 180 comprising of the faculty respondents. The sample has been taken on the random (Probability) basis and the questionnaire was filled by the faculty (teaching B.Tech students) chosen on the random basis from a private technical educational institution in NCR, Haryana. For data analysis and conclusion of the results of the survey, statistical tool like factor analysis was performed.The most preferred parameters by the faculty members are: selection process of faculty is fair and standardized, salary structure of the faculty is satisfactory and motivating, faculty / staff rooms are spacious, well furnished and adequate in number, etc. The least preferred parameters by the faculty members are: a secured Wi-Fi facility is well channelized to provide easy access, toilets for the faculty are hygienic and in adequate number, adequate Industry Institute Interaction for the faculty development etc

Keywords

Engineering, Government, Higher Education, Technical Education, Quality Education

How to Cite this Article?

Kumari, N. (2019). Using SPSS to Find the Factors Affecting the Quality of Education in Private Universities in Haryana. i-manager’s Journal of Educational Technology, 15(4), 31-39. https://doi.org/10.26634/jet.15.4.15105

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