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Comparison between Students’ Moral Development in Private and Public Sector Colleges
Moral feature of personality development focuses on the emergence and consideration of morality from infancy to maturity and change. Ideology of morality is defined as individual’s behavior with one another. The objectives of the current study are to compare perceptions regarding moral development in private and public sector colleges by gender and to find which sector is more effective for better moral development at the intermediate level in private and public colleges. Survey design was used for study. All colleges of Private and public in the Punjab province made up the population. The respondents included 626 students, 160 teachers and 30 administrators. Data was collected by using three questionnaires comprises on five-point Likert scale. Validity of instruments was checked by Pilot testing. Administrators instrument reliability (α = 0.85), teachers (α = 0.93) and Students (α = 0.68) was accordingly. Normality tests, summary statistics, parametric statistics and box plot were applied. To compare the private and public sector, Non-parametric tests were used. No difference was found in the female and male student’s perception regarding moral development. Also moral development of students is relatively better in public sector as compared to private sector colleges.
Dr. Sonia Rafique
Principal, Punjab College for Woman, Pattoki, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Sajid Masood
Assistant Professor, University of Management & Technology, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Ghazal Khalid Siddiqui
Assistant Professor, University of Education Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Private Sector, Public Sector, Personality, Moral Development