Study of Managerial Skills of Headmasters of Primary Schools and its Relationship with their Administrative Styles

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  • Lovely Puri Assistant Professor, District Institute of Education and Training, New Delhi, India

Keywords:

managerial, skills, democratic, autocratic, styles

Abstract

The present study was conducted to find out the Managerial Skills of Headmasters of Primary School and its Relationship with their Administrative Styles. Self-made questionnaire was used for the study. Reliability and validity of the tool were calculated by the investigator. The findings of the study that autocratic style of administration was autocratic style of administration was positively and significantly related with managerial skills and those persons who were authoritarian in their style of administration possessed better managerial skills as well as the democratic style of administration is negatively and significantly related with managerial skills. This means that increased democratic style will decrease the style of administration.

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Published

21-10-2021

How to Cite

[1]
L. Puri, “Study of Managerial Skills of Headmasters of Primary Schools and its Relationship with their Administrative Styles”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 10, pp. 74–76, Oct. 2021.

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