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Weekly Schedule

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W & ASSESMENT/
CONTENTS
EEK TEXT PRESENTATIONS
REFERENCE
Unit – 1: Introduction
 Meaning of school administration
 Difference between administration,
supervision & management
1 Chapter 1
 Educational administration and school [TB5]
administration
 Nature, aims, objectives and principles of
school Administration

2, 3 Unit – 2: Nature and Scope of Educational Chapter 1 Ten Minutes of
[TB3] Every lecture for
Management
presentation by
 Concept of management one student
 Development of administrative theory
 Theories of management
o Classical organizational theory
o Administrative management
o Human relation approach
o Behavioral Approach
o Systems theory
 Evolution of management thought in
education
 Administrative functions in education
The concept of POSDCoRB
4 Unit – 10: Supervision and Inspection Ten Minutes of
Every lecture for
 Concept of supervision presentation by
 Need, importance and aims of supervision one student
and inspection.
 Types of supervision
 New trends in supervision
 Modern vs. old concept of inspection
 Techniques of supervision
 Factors affecting educational supervision

Unit – 11: The School Discipline.
 Definition, purpose and types of school
discipline
 Three stages of discipline Ten Minutes of
Every lecture for
5  Old and new concepts of discipline
presentation by
 How to achieve good discipline one student
 Factors affecting school discipline
 Characteristics of modern discipline
PRELIMANARY TERM EXAM
Unit – 3: Organizational Structure
 Basic concepts of organizational structure
o Job Specialization
o Departmentalization
o Chain of command
o Authority and Responsibility
First lecture of the
o Span of Management week for
6,7
o Centralization and Decentralization presentation by
five students
 The Bureaucratic Model
 The Participatory Management Model
 The School as a Social System
 Organization of education at federal,
provincial, district level

Chapter
[TB 4] First lecture of the
Unit – 12: Management of Co-curricular Activities
 Definition of co-curricular activities
 New emphasis on co-curricular activities
 Types of co-curricular activities week for
 Guiding principles for the organization of presentation by
five students
8 co-curricular activities
 Scope and value of co-curricular activities:
Limitations, dangers, merits and demerits

Unit – 6: Leading
 Meaning: leadership and supervision
First lecture of the
9  Theories; trait, behavior and contingency Chapter 2 week for
theories of leadership [TB1] presentation by
five students
 Characteristics of successful leader
 Leadership Style and leadership attitude

Unit – 13: School and Community First lecture of the
week for
10  School as a social institution Chapter 2
presentation by
[TB1]
five students
 School as a community center
 Improving school community relations
10 MID TERM EXAMINATION


Unit – 14: Office Management And Record Keeping Filling of Forms
Chapter 7
12 used for keeping
[TB1]
office record
13 • Lab Assignment 7

Chapter 8
[TB1]
Chapter 9
[TB1]
• Chapter 10
[TB1]

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Chapter 11
[TB1]
Unit – 4: Planning
 Why Plan?
 The Planning process Chapter 12
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 Types of plans; [TB1]

 Planning in Pakistan.

Unit – 5: Organizing
 Organization structure
16 Lab manuals
 Components of organization
• Classical and modern views of organizing
Unit – 8: Controlling
 The control process,
 Types of Control
 Control criteria and approaches to
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designing control system
 Effective control system,
 Dysfunctional effects and contingency
factors
FINAL TERM EXAMINATION
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& RESULT PREPARATION
EXAMINATION SUMMARY
Examinatio Prim Final
Mid Exam
n Exam Exam
Week No. 6 11 18
Date 07/11/2005 19/12/2005 30/01/2005