Measuring the Validity of Self-Developed Instrument of Important Factors of Human Resource Development in Pakistan

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  • Ahmed Imran Hunjra Lecturer, UIMS-PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, and PhD Scholar Iqra University Islamabad, Pakistan Author
  • Muhammad Jamil COL MBA Student, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan Author
  • Babar Khalid MBA Student, UIMS-PMAS-Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Pakistan Author

Keywords:

Human Resource Development, Important Factors, Poverty, Social Justice, Good Governance, Health, Population Managemen, Technical Training & Education,, Literacy & Education,, Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan.

Abstract

Human resource is in fact the backbone of economy in any country. In this study, the researcher’s area of concern is to find out potential factors (i.e. poverty, social justice, good governance, health, population management, technical training & education, literacy & education) of Human Resource Development for the healthier economy of Pakistan. The objective of this study is to check the validity of the instrument. Human Resource Development Model has been constructed and important factors are identified going through the literature review. Questionnaire of 44 items has been developed. Population of this study was the experts and managers of Public Sector Organizations of Pakistan. The sample size was of 30 respondents. Validity of the self-developed instrument has been measured through factor analysis, using Varimax Rotation method, eigenvalues of all the factors is greater than 1.00 according to Kaiser’ criteria, and factor loading of all the items is greater than 0.40.

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2013-06-30

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Hunjra, A. I. ., Jamil, M. ., & Khalid, B. . (2013). Measuring the Validity of Self-Developed Instrument of Important Factors of Human Resource Development in Pakistan. Bulletin of Business and Economics (BBE), 2(1), 1-14. https://bbejournal.com/BBE/article/view/265

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