Indispensability of Human Resource Management (HRM) for Government Primary School (GPS) in Bangladesh
Talukder, Md. Mohosin
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Poor education quality of government primary school (GPS) has a negative impact in the long run on destitute people in terms of economy and social disparity. This paper is to explore the rationality behind applying Human Resource Management in GPS to improve education quality. In addition to secondary sources, a survey using questionnaire was conducted in three districts to collect primary data. Reference of teachers gives the validity of the survey and information. Data of the survey has been analyzed to explore recruitment, training, leadership, and motivation of GPS. On the basis of the analysis, HRM for GPS model shows that incongruous recruitment of GPS plunders the effort of training programs. Again, the performance of quality teachers is affected by wrong leadership and lack of motivation. Major recommendations of this paper are to augment educational requirement of teachers, continuous training, and most important one is non-financial reward such as recognition, the delegation of authority with moderate control to motivate teachers. The notion of this paper is that Human Resource Management can create a sense ‘teaching is a passion and it is more than a profession' which is the precondition of quality education of government primary school in Bangladesh.
- Papers of URS 2017