Psychological Problems Faced by Educational Managers of Public Schools After Rehabilitation in South Waziristan Tribal District (SWTD)
This study aimed, psychological problems of educational managers which they faced after rehabilitation of IDPs, when schools opened in the terrorism affected areas. The research study was descriptive in nature and mixed method approach was used. Therefore whole population of 92 schools’ managers was selected from the areas of South Waziristan Agency, declared open by the government of Pakistan after operation for repatriation. The sample consisted of 92 heads of educational institutions and 24 Maliks from those schools, numbers of respondents were 116 under this study. Questionnaire was developed for AEO, AAEOs, Principals, Headmasters/Headmistresses of middle schools and primary schools’ Head teachers and interview was scheduled for the Maliks. Collected data was analyzed considering the objectives and research questions of the study. The descriptive statistics was used for questionnaire data analysis. Thematic analysis technique was used for interview data analysis and open ended section of questionnaire. Findings revealed that the respondents were facing problems i.e., Fear of concealed mining bombs, students and teachers behavior was non cooperative, past traumatic events was creating chaos, parents and community did not take interest because of financial problem and they kept children in domestic tasks. It was concluded that areas may be cleared properly avoiding mining blasts, seminars and refreshment opportunities are arranged for removing fear from their hearts, donors may be encouraged to support the educational institutions.
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