This chapter deals with the methodological analysis and process of the survey. The survey is descriptive in nature and study method was used for aggregation of informations. Data was collected through questionnaires ( Appendix. A & A ; B ) . The t trial was applied for analysing and reading of informations. SPSS package was used for the said intent.

## 3.1. Population

The population of the survey comprised as followers:

All 51 Assistant Professors working on TTS in the populace sector universities of Peshawar.

All 211 Assistant Professors working in BPS in the populace sector universities at Peshawar

Heads of Department O supervised Assistant Professors under TTS and in BPS in four public sector universities at Peshawar.

## Sampling

Following process was adopted in the procedure of sampling.

The population of survey was heterogenous, hence, stratified random sampling technique was chosen to choose sample.

No. of Assistant Professors working in BPS and on TTS in the populace sector universities of Peshawar were selected for their sentiment about given questionnaire. Sample of the survey is given as under

Class

University of Peshawar

University of Engineering & A ; Technology

Agriculture University

Peshawar

Khyber Medical

University

Peshawar

Entire

Sample size

Bits per second

Assistant Professor

90

52

44

25

211

113

Terrestrial time

Assistant Professor

4

21

18

8

51

45

## Research Tools

The undermentioned tools were used for the aggregation of required informations for sample

A questionnaire was developed for the Heads of section for the universities at Peshawar

A questionnaire was developed for the Asstt. Professors working in BPS and on TTS in the populace sector universities of Peshawar.

Thirty inquiries were formulated to determine the public presentation of the module working in public sector universities of Peshawar. The questionnaire was based on following facets.

The environment of the university is contributing for teaching/learning.

The work burden of R occupation is equated.

Freedom about occupation public presentation.

Adequate cognition of capable affair.

Instructional methods to run into pupils ‘ changing demands.

Use modern audio-visual AIDSs.

Manage pupil behaviour and reshape it.

Engagement in co-curricular activities

You Participate in staff meetings and keep good relationship with co-workers

Annual appraisal is just and recognized part

Satisfied with Salary and fringe benefits.

Job is unafraid and stable in the university

Promotion chances are available in your service construction

Prefer to exchange over Tenure Track System

TTS primary benefits is to increase module gaining

TTS provide equal support for module development

Research and publication have been beginning of emphasis during occupation

Research and publications improved cognition

The questionnaires were sent to the respondent for the aggregation of responses.

## 3.2.3. Pilot-testing of Tools

The questionnaires developed for two classs were tested through a pilot survey. Two caput of sections, three Assistant Professors working in BPS and three Assistant Professors working on TTS were taken as the sample of the pilot survey. The chief ground of this pilot survey was to determine the defect and restriction of the questionnaires to minimise the possibilities of vagueness and misconceptions. Improvements were made on the footing of feedback.

3.3 Procedure of Data Collection

The research worker approached to Registrar Offices/ Heads of Department of the populace sector universities of Peshawar

The undermentioned information were collected

List of Assistant Professors working in BPS with names and departments/institutions.

List of Assistant Professors working on TTS with names and departments/institutions.

Name and contact Numberss of caputs of department/institution.

The questionnaires were delivered to 30 caputs of sections out of which 20 have given response. Similarly, 120 questionnaires were given to Asstt. Professors who were working responsibilities in BPS and 40 questionnaires were distributed among the Assistant Professors who were working in TTS in four public sector universities in Peshawar.

## 3.4 Analysis and Interpretation of Data

The sentiments of caputs of sections i.e. Associate Professors/Professors and Assistant Professors working in BPS and TTS were collected through questionnaire about different activities in establishments. The obtained information was tabulated, interpreted and analyzed by using SPSS for ciphering T mark

Following graduated table was used to cipher the mean mark.

SA: Strongly Agreed 5

A: Agreed 4

United nations: Uncertain 3

District attorney: Disagreed 2

SDA: Strongly Disagreed 1

SPSS was used to cipher the T value. The degree of important used in this survey was 0.05.

## Chapter 4

## 4. Presentation AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

The analysis of informations and its reading was given into 2 parts i.e. portion A analysis of sentiments from Assistant Professors working in BPS and Assistant Professor working on TTS. Part B analysis of responses from caputs of section. On the footing of the chief findings the decision were drawn and recommendations were made and presented in chapter 5.

## 4.1 Part A: The Analysis of sentiments of Assistant Professors Working in BPS and on TTS

## Table 4.1.1: t-test for environment of the university

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

## The environment of the university is contributing for learning

Bits per second

38

4.29

58

.362

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.23

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of.362 which is less than table value at 0.05 degree. It means that void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while environment of the university is contributing for teaching/learning is accepted.

## Table 4.1.2: t-test for fall ining service by pick

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

## You have joined the university learning service by pick

Bits per second

38

4.25

58

.047

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.25

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.047 which is less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while they joined university by pick is accepted.

## Table 4.1.3: t-test for instruction of pupils

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

## Teaching is an chance of service for pupils

Bits per second

38

4.18

58

-.886

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.32

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.886 which is less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while learning is an chance for service for pupils is accepted.

## Table 4.1.4: t-test for position

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

## Your position in the university is equal to your making.

Bits per second

38

3.84

58

-1.750

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.32

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -1.750 which is less than table value, so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while position in the university service is equal to their making is accepted.

## Table 4.1.5: t-test for work burden

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

The work burden of your occupation is equated with your assignment

Bits per second

38

4.18

58

-1.755

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.25

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -1.755 which less than table value. It means thatthere is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while work burden is equal with their assignment is accepted, hence, void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.1.6: t-test for freedom of occupation public presentation

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

There is freedom about your occupation public presentation

Bits per second

38

3.89

58

1.084

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.14

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.084 which less than table value, so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for freedom about their occupation public presentation is accepted.

## Table 4.1.7: t-test for equal cognition

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You have equal cognition of capable affair being taught by you.

Bits per second

38

6.50

58

1.027

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.50

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.027 which less than table value, so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for equal cognition of capable affair being taught by them is accepted.

## Table 4.1.8: t-test for instructional methods

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You select different instructional methods to run into pupils ‘ varying demands

Bits per second

38

4.62

58

1.592

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.21

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.592 which less than table value, so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for choice of different instructional methods to run into pupils ‘ changing demands is accepted.

## Table 4.1.9: t-test for audio-visual AIDSs for learning

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You use modern audio-visual AIDSs to learn your topics

Bits per second

38

4.29

58

-.909

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.50

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.909 which less than table value, so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for utilizing modern audio ocular AIDSs for instruction is accepted.

## Table 4.1.10: t-test for manage pupil behaviour

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You manage student behaviour and reshape it in the schoolroom

Bits per second

38

4.18

58

-1.552

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.36

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.1.552 which less than table value, so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for pull offing pupils behavior in class-room and reshape it is accepted.

## Table 4.1.11: t-test for developing self assurance in pupils

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You try to fulfill and develop self assurance in your pupils

Bits per second

38

4.26

58

-.449

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.32

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.449 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for developing self assurance in pupils is accepted.

## Table 4.1.12: t-test for counsel to the pupils

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You provide counsel to the pupils in trim clip

Bits per second

38

4.50

58

1.450

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.27

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.450 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for counsel to the pupils in trim clip is accepted.

Table 4.1.13: t-test for gap and shutting categories

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Prompt at gap and shutting of categories harmonizing to agenda

Bits per second

38

4.27

58

.948

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

5.82

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.948 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for gap and shutting category as per agenda is accepted.

## Table 4.1.14: t-test for rating of pupils ‘ public presentation

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You observe and evaluate pupils ‘ public presentation and redesign it.

Bits per second

38

5.42

58

.745

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.29

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.745 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for rating of pupils public presentation and redesign it is accepted.

Table 4.1.15: t-test for engagement in co-curriculum activities

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You participate in co-curricular activities

Bits per second

38

.924

58

-1.084

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

.640

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -1.084 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for engagement in co-curriculum activities is accepted.

## Table 4.1.16: t-test for engagement in staff meeting

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You Participate in staff meetings and portion your thoughts and concerns

Bits per second

38

4.32

58

1.261

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.05

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.261 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for engagement in staff meeting and portion thoughts and concerns is accepted.

## Table 4.1.17: t-test for good relationship

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You maintain good relationship with your co-workers

Bits per second

38

4.25

58

.780

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.32

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.780 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for keeping good relationship with their co-workers is accepted.

## Table 4.1.18: t-test for professional development

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You are engaged in professional development activities such as preparations, workshops.

Bits per second

38

4.24

58

-1.713

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

7.95

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -1.713 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for professional development and preparation activities is accepted.

## Table 4.1.19: t-test for one-year appraisal

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your one-year appraisal is just and appreciate you endeavors for teaching/learning

Bits per second

38

3.97

58

.801

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

3.77

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.801 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while their one-year appraisal is just and appreciate enterprises for teaching/learning is accepted.

## Table 4.1.20: t-test for acknowledging part

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your university recognized your part towards the accomplishments of its ‘ ends

Bits per second

38

3.32

58

1.292

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

2.95

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.292 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while acknowledging their part towards accomplishments of the university end is accepted.

Table 4.1.21: t-test for award of outstanding instruction

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You have received award for out standing instruction.

Bits per second

38

2.87

58

3.085

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

1.91

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of 3.085 which is higher than table value at 0.05 degree. It means that thereis important difference between BPS and TTS module for having award for outstanding instruction. Hence void hypothesis is non accepted.

## Table 4.1.22: t-test for satisfaction with salary

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You are satisfied with Salary and fringe benefits.

Bits per second

38

5.00

58

.813

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

3.77

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.813 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for satisfaction with salary and fringe benefits is accepted.

Table 4.1.23: t-test for occupation security and stableness

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Job is unafraid and stable in the university

Bits per second

38

4.24

58

2.582

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

1.68

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of 2.582 which is higher than table value at 0.05 degree. It means that there is important difference between BPS and TTS module for occupation security and stableness. Thus void hypothesis is non accepted.

## Table 4.1.24: t-test for publicity chances in service

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Promotion chances are available in your service construction

Bits per second

38

2.92

58

.929

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

2.64

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.929 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for publicity chances available in service construction is accepted.

## Table 4.1.25: t-test for exchanging over to TTS

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

You Prefer to exchange over Tenure Track System

Bits per second

38

2.63

58

-4.867

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.09

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of -4.867 which is higher than table value at 0.05 degree. It means that there is important difference between BPS and TTS module for exchanging over to TTS. Hence void hypothesis is non accepted.

## Table 4.1.26: t-test for TTS benefit is to increase earning

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

TTS primary benefits is to increase module gaining

Bits per second

38

3.53

58

1.618

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

3.00

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.618 which less than table value. It means that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module while TTS primary benefit is to increase gaining so void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.1.27: t-test for TTS provides module development

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

TTS provide equal support for module development

Bits per second

38

3.24

58

2.292

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

2.59

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of 2.292 which is higher than table value at 0.05 degree. It means that there is important difference between BPS and TTS module while TTS provides equal support for module development. Hence void hypothesis is notaccepted.

## Table 4.1.28: t-test for research and publication emphasis during occupation

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

The demand of research and publication have been beginning of emphasis during occupation

Bits per second

38

3.66

58

3.580

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.25

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of 3.580 which is higher than table value at 0.05 degree. It means thatthere is important difference between BPS and TTS module while demand of research and publication has been beginning of emphasis during occupation. Hence void hypothesis is non accepted.

Table 4.1.29: t-test for research and publication improved cognition

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Research and publications have improved cognition of your relevant topic

Bits per second

38

4.03

58

2.207

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

4.25

p=0.05

Application of t trial yielded the value of 2.207 which is higher than table value at 0.05 degree. It means thatthere is important difference between BPS and TTS module research and publication improved the cognition of capable. Hence void hypothesis is non accepted.

## Table 4.1.30: t-test for go toing events, talks, symposia, workshop

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

There are chances for you to go to events lectures, symposia, workshops

Bits per second

38

3.76

58

.621

2.000

Terrestrial time

22

3.59

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.000 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.621 which less than table value so void hypothesis that there is no important difference between BPS and TTS module for chances for go toing events, talks, symposium and workshop is accepted.

## 4.2 Part B: The Analysis of sentiments of Heads of the Department

Table 4.2.1: t-test for the sentiment of HoD sing university environment

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

The environment of the university is contributing for teaching/learning

Bits per second

15

3.67

18

-1.536

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.20

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -1.536 which less than table valueso there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s sing the environment of the university is contributing for teaching/learning. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.2: t-test for fall ining service by pick

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors have joined the university learning service by pick.

Bits per second

15

4.40

18

-.933

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.933 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s regardingjoined university by pick. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.3: t-test for instruction is an chance of service of pupils

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Teaching is an chance of service for pupils.

Bits per second

15

4.53

18

1.830

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.00

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.830 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s sing instruction is an chance for service for students.Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.4: t-test for position in the university

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors position in the university is equal to their making.

Bits per second

15

4.13

18

-.609

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.40

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.609 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s sing position in the university service is equal to their making. Hence void hypothesis is accepted

## Table 4.2.5: t-test for work burden

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Their work burden of occupation is equated with their assignment.

Bits per second

15

4.00

18

.000

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.000

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.000 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s sing work burden is equal with their assignment. Hence void hypothesis is accepted

## Table 4.2.6: t-test for freedom of occupation public presentation

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

There is freedom about their occupation public presentation

Bits per second

15

3.87

18

-.296

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.000

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.296 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s about freedom of occupation public presentation. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.7: t-test for equal cognition

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ have equal cognition of capable affair being taught by them

Bits per second

15

4.27

18

.283

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.20

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.283 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s about equal cognition of capable affair being taught. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.8: t-test for instructional methods

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ choice different instructional methods to run into pupils ‘ varying demands

Bits per second

15

4.13

18

1.857

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.20

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.857 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s about choice of different instructional methods to run into pupils ‘ changing demands. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.9: t-test for utilizing modern audio-visual AIDSs

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ usage modern audio-visual AIDSs to learn their topics

Bits per second

15

3.93

18

-.640

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.20

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is 1.857 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s about utilizing modern audio ocular AIDSs for learning. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.10: t-test for manage pupil behaviour

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ manage pupil behaviour and reshape it in the schoolroom

Bits per second

15

3.47

18

-.718

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.718 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutmanaging pupils behavior in class-room and reshape it. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.11: t-test for developing self assurance in pupils

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ attempt to fulfill and develop self assurance in their pupils

Bits per second

15

3.73

18

-.176

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.176 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutdeveloping ego assurance in pupils. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.12: t-test for counsel to the pupils

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ provide counsel to the pupils in trim clip

Bits per second

15

3.07

18

-.826

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.60

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.826 which less than table value so there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutguidance to the pupils in trim clip. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.13: t-test for gap and shutting categories

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ prompt at gap and shutting of categories harmonizing to agenda

Bits per second

15

5.80

18

.664

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.60

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.664 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutfor gap and shutting category as per agenda. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.14: t-test for rating of pupils ‘ public presentation

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ observe and evaluate pupils ‘ public presentation and redesign it.

Bits per second

15

3.60

18

.694

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.20

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.694 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD’saboutevaluation of pupil ‘s public presentation and redesign it. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.15: t-test for engagement in co-curriculum activities

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ participate in co-curricular activities

Bits per second

15

3.87

18

.135

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.694 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutfor engagement in co-curriculum activities.Hence void hypothesis is accepted

## Table 4.2.16: t-test for engagement in staff meeting

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors Participate in staff meetings and portion their thoughts and concerns

Bits per second

15

4.00

18

-.630

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.20

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.630 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutparticipation in staff meeting and portion thoughts and concerns. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.17: t-test for relationship with co-workers

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ maintain good relationship with their co-workers

Bits per second

15

3.93

18

.394

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is -.630 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutmaintaining good relationship with their co-workers. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.18: t-test for professional development

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ are engagedin professional development activities such as preparations, workshops.

Bits per second

15

4.13

18

.938

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.938 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutprofessional development and preparation activities. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.19: t-test for one-year appraisal

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Annual appraisal is just and appreciate their enterprises for teaching/learning

Bits per second

15

4.000

18

.982

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.80

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.938 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutannual appraisal is just and appreciate enterprises for teaching/learning. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.20: t-test for acknowledging part

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

University recognized their part towards the accomplishments of its ‘ ends

Bits per second

15

3.47

18

.142

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.40

p=0.05

Table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. Calculated value is.142 which less than table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutrecognizing their part towards accomplishments of the university end. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.21: t-test for award of outstanding instruction

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ have received award for out standing instruction.

Bits per second

15

2.47

18

1.035

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

2.00

p=0.05

The deliberate value of T is 1.035 and table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. It is less that table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutreceiving award for outstanding instruction. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

## Table 4.2.22: t-test for satisfaction with salary

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ are satisfied with salary and fringe benefits.

Bits per second

15

4.00

18

.000

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.00

p=0.05

The deliberate value of T is.000while table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. It is less that table value.Its means that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD ‘s aboutsatisfaction with salary and fringe benefits. Hence void hypothesis is accepted.

Table 4.2.23: t-test for occupation security and stableness

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors ‘ occupation is unafraid and stable in the university

Bits per second

15

3.33

18

-.442

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

3.60

p=0.05

The deliberate value of T is -.442 while table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. It is less that table value.Its means void hypothesis that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD’sjob security and stabilityis accepted.

## Table 4.2.24: t-test for publicity chances in service

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Promotion chances are available in their service construction

Bits per second

15

3.20

18

-1.389

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

4.00

p=0.05

The deliberate value of T is -1.389 while table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. It is less that table value.Its means void hypothesis that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD’spromotion chances available in service construction is accepted.

Table 4.2.25: t-test for exchanging over to TTS

## Statement

## Status of service

## Nitrogen

## Mean

## df

## Calculated value

## Table Value

Your Asstt Professors prefer to exchange over Tenure Track System

Bits per second

15

2.20

18

-.832

2.101

Terrestrial time

5

2.60

p=0.05

The deliberate value of T is -.832 while table value of T is 2.101 at 0.05 degree. It is less that table value.Its means void hypothesis that there is no important difference between the sentiments of HoD’sfor exchanging over to TTSis accepted.

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