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Governance practices in private management colleges in West Bengal: a perceptual undertone of faculty members

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Pasanta Guha ,

Future Business School, IN
About Pasanta
The author is a research scholar of IIT ( ISM ) Dhanbad. Besides, he has been working as Asst. Professor in Future Business School . He has published several research papers in various reputed national and international journals .
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J K Pattanayak

Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad, IN
About J
J. K. Pattanayak is currently serving as Professor in the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology ( Indian School of Mines), Dhanbad and is also holding a charge of Dean, Projects and Infrastructure Development.He is having more than 31 years of teaching and research experience.He has executed several research and consultancy projects funded by DST,GOI, ICSSR,GOI and UGC, GOI nad many leading public and private sector organizations of the country. He has published several books and research papers in various reputed national and international journals
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Abstract

An academic institution ensures its sustainability with good governance. The higher education sector is facing many challenges not only in India but globally as well, and practicing good governance is one of them. Many kinds of literature have coined governance practices in education institutes to date. This paper deals with the perception of faculty members towards governance practices in different private management colleges in West Bengal. The study has used descriptive statistics, factor analysis and regression statistics to analyse the data. The study has found a perceptual gap of the faculty members towards an ideal state of governance and practicing governance. The results show that the private management colleges in West Bengal have been suffering from not exercising good governance in the area of system, structure, management style, culture, accountability and compliance, and communication.

How to Cite: Guha, P. and Pattanayak, J.K., 2019. Governance practices in private management colleges in West Bengal: a perceptual undertone of faculty members. Sri Lanka Journal of Social Sciences, 42(2), pp.101–111. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/sljss.v42i2.7547
Published on 26 Dec 2019.
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