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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GROWTH, PROBLEMS AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE OF SELF-FINANCED ENGINEERING, MANAGEMENT AND TEACHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
THESIS

Submitted to the

UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW

For the Degree of
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

IN

EDUCATION
BY

DEEPA GUPTA



M.A. (Eng), M.Ed.

Under the Supervision of

Prof. AkhileshChaube

Ex. Dean &Head

Faculty of Education

University of Lucknow

Lucknow



Department of Education

University of Lucknow

Lucknow (INDIA)

2014
Prof. AkhileshChaube Faculty of Education



Ex. Dean & Head University of Lucknow

Lucknow

Date:………………...


CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the research work presented in the Ph.D, thesis titled as ‘A Comparative Study of Growth, Problem and Organizational Climate of Self-Financed Engineering, Management and Teacher Education Institutions’ has been carried out by Ms. Deepa Gupta under my supervision and guidance. She has fulfilled all the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the faculty of Education University of Lucknow. The work included in the thesis is all original and done by her.


Prof. AkhileshChaube

Ex. Dean & Head

Faculty of Education

University of Lucknow

Lucknow

Date:

Place: Lucknow

Acknowledgement

I find it very pleasant to remember and express my obligation to all those who guided and helped me in course of my research work. Without their co-operation and encouragement it would have not been possible to complete this work successfully.

I want to start off by thanking God, my source, my hope and my strength for the grace, perseverance and patience he granted me to finish the thesis.

I would like to express my sincere and heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to Prof.AkhileshChaube, my esteemed supervisor, Ex. Dean & Head, faculty of education, University OfLucknow whose co-operation, patience, personal involvement, encouraging guidance, constructive suggestions , parental affection and zeal made me capable of doing this work successfully. Without his constant assistance, sound criticism, valuable advice and support, this would not have been the present shape. I am very thankful to him for approving the topic of the present study and giving me the opportunity to acquire detailed knowledge in this area.

I will always be thankful for the benevolent attitude, constructive suggestions, and several types of help and assistance and constant encouragement that I received from my esteemed teacher Professor S.K.Shukla. He rescued me from all tension during the course of data analysis. His positive attitude, expertise in the research areas and the intelligent guidance always motivated me.

I most sincerely extend my thanks to Professor Nidhibala, Head & Dean, faculty of education, University Of Lucknow , for providing me the required help and facilities in the department. I also express my deep gratitude to all my respected teachers who have taught me since childhood and always guided me. It was certainly their blessings that I could complete this work.

I would be failing in my duty if I do not record here my sense of endebtness for the assistance that I obtained during the course of the study from the teachers, friends and well wishes of education department of Lucknow University.

I am also thankful to the principals, teachers and students of the various institutes, staff of registrar office of Lucknow University and also Mr. D.C Mishra, System Incharge, registrar office, UPTU,Lucknow, who have gladly co-operated in the collection

of data. I am also especially thankful to my friends Ms. Vandana Singh and Mr. Sunil Kr. Bhagat for their support and encouragement.

In completing this study I have drawn much help from the writings of various authors who have been duly acknowledged in the bibliography, at the end of the study. I express my hearty thanks to all of them.

I also owe a deep sense of gratitude to my Father Mr. V. K. Gupta, mother Mrs. Shobha and husband Mr. AnandKr.Gupta who are the greatest source of inspiration behind all my endeavors. I am extremely indebted to all my family members for giving me bountiful support throughout. I am thankful to everyone who helped me in any way to complete this task.

I dedicate this work to supreme God, all my esteemedteachers, respected parents and family members who shaped my ideas and developed a desire for work.



Date -

Place- Deepa Gupta

CONTENTS

S.No.

CHAPTER

Page No.

(1)

Introduction

1-26

1.1

What is Education

1-2

1.2

Crisis in Higher Education

2-4

1.3

Need for Privatization in Higher Education

4-6

1.4

Concept of Privatization

7

1.5

Concept of Self Financing in Higher Education

7-9

1.6

Policy Recommendations Towards Privatization

9-12

1.7

Privatization of Higher Education in India

12-15

1.8

Financing Higher Education

16

1.9

Reasons Behind Privatization of Higher Education

16-18

1.10

Origin of Self-Financed Courses in Higher Education

18-19

1.11

National Council for Teacher Education

19-20

1.12

Objectives of NCTE

20

1.13

All India Council for Technical Education

20-21

1.14

Objectives of AICTE

21

1.15

Responsibilities of AICTE

21

1.16

Privatization of Higher Education in Uttar Pradesh

21-22

1.17

Need of the Study

23

1.18

Statement of the Problem

23

1.19

Definition of Key Terms

23-24

1.20

Objectives of the Study

24-25

1.21

Hypotheses

25-26

1.22

Delimitations for the Study

26

(2)

Review of Related Literature

27-52

2.1

Privatization of Education

29-37

2.2

Growth and Problems of Educational Institutions

37-43

2.3

Organizational Climate of Institutions

43-47

2.4

Teacher Education

47-50

2.5

Technical Education

50-51

2.6

Trend Report

51-52

2.7

Present Study

52

(3)

Methodology of Investigation

53-72

3.1

Research Design

55

3.2

Research Method

56

3.3

Methodology

57

3.4

Population

57

3.5

Sampling Procedure and Sample

57-62

3.6

Construction and Selection of Tools

63

3.6.1

Description of SOCDQ

63-64

3.6.2

3.6.3

Description of Researcher Made Tools

Data Collection and Organization



64-71

71-72


(4)


Analysis, Interpretation and Discussion of Results

73-183

(5)


Conclusions, Suggestions and Educational Implications

184-193

5.1

Conclusion

184-188

5.2

Limitations of the Findings

188-189

5.3.1

Suggestions for Policy Makers

189-190

5.3.2

Suggestions for College Administrators

190

5.3.3

5.4

Suggestions for further Researches

Educational Implications



190-191

191-192


5.5

Some Suggested Topics for Further Researches.

192-193




Bibliography

194-204




Appendices

i-xxiii

1.

School organizational Climate Description Questionnaire tool

i-viii

2.

Human Resource and Infrastructural Facilities Checklist for Engineering and Management Institutions

ix-xi

3.

Human Resource and Infrastructural Facilities Checklist for Teacher Education Institutions

xii-xiii

4.

Problem Checklist for Students

xiv-xviii

5.

Problem Checklist for Teachers

xix-xxiii


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