Exploring the Teaching Performance of University Teachers under the effect of Human Capital
Higher Education Commission aims to improve the teaching performance of university teachers which cannot be improved without measuring the existing situation of their performance. Human capital (Employability skills, social and psychological capital) is the most important sources that can improve teaching performance of university teachers and contribute towards growth of universities as well as country. Present study aims to explore the relationship of human capital and teaching performance at university level by using quantitative research method. Population of this study includes 37 public universities of the Punjab, Pakistan. Six universities were randomly selected. Multistage sampling was used to select the sample of the study. The sample of the study constituted 309 university teachers. The researcher used thee adapted questionnaires for data collection. Positive association was observed between human capital and teaching performance of university teachers. Results showed that employability skills, social and psychological capital of university teachers had considerable effect on Teaching Performance of university teachers. It is recommended that universities authorities should go for strategic planning to improve the human capital. On the basis of results, it is recommended that university teachers should make effort in order to improve human capital for improving their performance at workplace.
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