Essay: The word lodging School system

CHAPTER NO.1
INTRODUCTION
The word lodging School system is generally functional to housing agencies of the socialization of the children to provide the education, such as youth village, religious Community School, English public School, Kibbutz School, military academies, some vocational institutions and some various correctional institutes. A comprehensive definition that is lodging Schools is the place in which a student has a complete package of academics, entertainment, sports, food, and residence. Lodging School is beneficial for the students who come from a long distance places. These lodging Schools have an outstanding tradition of academic excellence built on educational model that delivers different curricula taught by highly qualified teachers and meaningful interaction with the students (Tizard, Sinclair, and Clarke 1974).
Mostly parents send their children’s to Lodging because they considered it more secure and safe place. The concept of sending the children in lodging School is emerged from west not east, but it is encouraged now days in east. This study on the lodging school education impact on the professional achievements of the passed out of the garrison Schools district dera Ghazi Khan. (Finaczy and Rodgers 1938).

1.1 Background of Lodging Schools System
In the start of the lodging School history we can say that first lodging School System found in Europe and it was not general phenomenon but it was specific as the Christian. In a historical perspective, lodging Schools in Europe were, first and foremost, a Christian phenomenon. At the end of the middle Ages, their attention was still given to recruiting students who would, when the time came, serve as community priests
Latter on the beginning of the colonial System there were very less level of education was taught either formal or structured in that lodging School. In the colonial era the burden of education in the first was the responsibility of family, church and the latter one of the community. After a short period of time old field Schools were established in agrarian society. This System was mostly regarded as the schedule of agrarian societies that Schools were small as very less students were the part of those Schools, and these Schools were concerned to the children who were not busy with agricultural activities like as planting, harvesting (Henry 2004).
Later on the Latin grammar School were opened. These early School were followed by the elite School. In these elite School were focused on the classical studies, with a curriculum indicate the study of classical work. It strictly, they constructed and preparing a large number of students, majority of their pass out for bourgeois or position in teaching. These elite Schools performed the important task of college preparation for a limited number of students during the 17th century in America.
The reputation of these elite Lodging Schools is excellence, but they remain mostly outside the public gaze. Some elite Lodging School have played important role in the history of united states of America among upper class, because these Lodging School produce intellectual, scholars, social, and economic elite people their role is important in united states ( Domhoff and Karabel 2005).
With the passage of time the continued growth of colonies and increased the European nation influence, especially England the poor students in Lodging School were replaced by paying students. the small and one teacher School develop, offering a boarder curriculum and subject which included mathematics, modern languages and other subjects could be supported only in those area the adequate population were exist. Moreover, they were usually the owner of individual who served as headmaster and faculty. Their permanency was brief and rested completely upon the ability of the School remain stable. For all practical purposes, the separated English grammar Schools were continually vague by financially instability. Therefore, with the passage of time the more successful academy movement which described a contract between more practical education of the English grammar School and the more traditional and classical education of the Latin grammar School(Hewitt et al; 1969).
Academies in America their mission and scope were different. They depends upon the institution, they offered syllabus that would allow one person to enter directly institute having completed their formal education and then directly go their occupation. The first academy was opened in 1763.the student enrolled that academy was nearby and distance location. Student were generally lived their faculty members. The early academies were without large room. With the passage of time these School were well establish in America. These Schools were frequently administered in cooperation with Christian mission and they also for Christian people, particularly in Latin America, as the time passed the urbanization starts and the cities grow and become more complex. The many urban citizens to escape their children from cities and they want live in healthy atmosphere where they get education in moral, physical and intellectual character (Henry 2004).
Lodging School had different names in each country. They were known as public School in England and they were purely intended for poor children. Before and after the revolution in hungry it was initially opened all classes of society. The community encouraged the education of the children of the farmers and the bourgeoisie together by means of scholarships and arrangements in the School (Garhorne-Hardy 1977).
A Lodging School where the students are provided meal and lodging in a single building. It is residential private School. The students live together with their fellow students, faculty members and staff during School year. Some students attend the School in the day and return to home in the evening and live with their families. The other students lived there and go home in vacation. But some students live there for one to two year who comes from distant cities. Students spend their childhood and adolescent life in Lodging School and away from their families. Students come from different cultures and regions which creates the diversity among Lodging School students. They share their different cultural patterns and values. Mostly Lodging Schools existed near the rural areas.
The modern lodging School emerged and they have good education challenging course work, critical thinking and clarity in both the spoken and written words. The teachers are masters of their academic subject. These modern Schools have great facilities, advanced level of education and opportunities for every individual. The boarder students focus upon the academic development.
History Of D G Khan School System
D G Khan District founded by Ghazi Khan. This district is situated river bank of kachi cannal in Baluchistan. It is very populated district, and it is second backward district of the Punjab. It is agricultural District and mostly people generate their income through agriculture sector. it is famous the city of academies. There are many well-known academies in D G Khan. Thousands of students have been passed out these lodging Schools. The student came in these lodging Schools throughout whole Pakistan and got education. These academies are famous because the students get good grades.
Some well-known academies in D G Khan named as stated.
1. DPS School
2. Garrison Higher Secondary School.
3. Superior Higher Secondary School.
4. Liquate Public Higher Secondary School.
5. Science institute of Technology.
6. Grace Institute of Technology.
All these are very famous academies or lodging School of D G Khan. In this research the researcher focused only the Garrison Public higher Secondary School.

Background of Garrison Public School District D G Khan
Public School was established in 1998 in D G Khan District D G Khan. The founder of that School was Javed Khan. Firstly it started in small building, and only few students were enrolled. The main focus in start was the primary level of education. After the success of primary level education the School started the middle level education at in 2001.As the time passed the School become famous and the results were excellent. The School administration started secondary level education in 2004 and higher secondary education in 2005. The total strength is the students almost 2000.
There is no doubt these academies provides the great opportunities to get highly Academic Achievements, but on the other hand, these academies do not provide enough sources to build up their personalities and learning. If someone talks about the academies no one can say that these academies will provide them the opportunities this become responsible citizen of the country. There is no concept of socialization of the children. The students came from every corner of the country for study but on the reality there is no learning or to socialize these students. The students of these academies are not up to mark. They are psychologically weak. They are not provided enough opportunities of games and Recreational facilities. They are not providing the professional skills and learning.
Childers Facing Problems in Lodging School system
Sexual Abuse
Many students are sexually abused in these academies. Homosexuality is common, even in 20th century there is the common concept of homosexuality among the student of these academies. The administrative staff also involved these activities. The security staffs harass the students to do the sex. The immoral language is being used among the students, but there is no one to ask them.
Lack of sports instrument
There is no concept of sports activities because these academies considered that it is wastage of time. There is opportunity of internet as well as newspaper. The students have no access to know the outside the environment. They are bound to sleep late at night. So their thinking limited to their studies only. They are not aware about the current affairs, which consider important tool for their personality grooming.
Physical Penalty
There is extreme level of punishments in these Lodging Schools, because of competition of marks. There is competition among these academies, because every academy wants to maintain its results on anyhow. That is why physical punishment is considering important tool. These academies don’t take care about the health of its students. They are badly humiliated.
Health Problems
These lodging Schools have not proper health facilities. Students are not referred to the District hospitals. There only take care by dispenser .He has no proper experience about the health of students only one dispenser cover whole lodging School students infectitious diseases increased among the students, like Hepatitis ,Cholera, Malaria.
1.2 Statement of the Problem
Lodging School has long lasting effects a person personality. Lodging School is an important source of education from many centuries in all over the world. In Pakistan lodging Schooling has importance to produced highly professionals for the different of life. In the past lodging School was highly respected among the society by the standard of education. Researchers have shown with the passage of time lodging School going to lost their image and standard of education in the society. Past research has shown in the present time lodging Schools are not doing there right job for what there were publically famous. The purpose of the study to know the attitude and mind set of the pass out student which they have developed by study there .To explore the academic standard and the reality about the physical punishment and sexual abuse in the lodging School. There should be need to highlight the students problems which they faced in the Schools. Research focus to find out the factors which has negative influence on the student’s behavior and personality .to discovers the gaps among the teacher and students relations .Mostly students judged on bases of socio-economic status. There is need for proper students counseling to overcome on psychological and educational problems.
1.3 Significance of the Study
This study has great significance in the current situation of Pakistan. This study helps to find out the impact of lodging School education on the professional achievements of the students. It also finds out the gaps between students and teachers relationship. It provides the reasons those influence on the students attitude and behaviors for their professional achievements. Its help to work on students and parent’s relationship. Study will be useful to investigate the atmosphere of which has influence of students. It will discover about physical punishment and sexual abuse level in lodging School. It finds out the effects of counseling on students future. It helps to find out new paths for future researches in this field. It helps to discover new ideas and techniques which helpful in future for educational policies for lodging School in Pakistan.

1.4 Objectives of the Study
1. To know about the experience of the students in lodging School.
2. To find out the awareness of students regarding lodging School System.
3. To find out the impact of the lodging School education on the Academic awards of the students.

CHAPTER NO. 2
REVIEW OF THE RELEVANT LITERATURE
In lodging School the students have no importance actually these lodging Schools are competing with each other where students are given value. These lodging Schools do business on the name of study. Their students have no health facilities as well as professional learning in my locale. In the start of the lodging Schools history first all the lodging was in Europe and it was not general phenomenon but it was specific as the Christian as under, these lodging Schools focus the education of Latin and theology.
Finaczy and Rodgers (1938) argue that in a historical perspective, lodging Schools in Europe were, first and foremost, a Christian phenomenon. At the end of the middle Ages, their attention was still given to recruiting students who would, when the time came, serve as community priests. These Schools focused their attention on students’ acquiring an education in Latin and theology, while increasingly co-opting the students within the School System. There is lack of worth and importance for the student in lodging school. In fact, lodging school do their business without any concern and lives of the student. That’s why, the student of the lodging school do not have good health and not get success in professional life. The lodging school set up in Europe after the 16th century. During the reformation age, it becomes the central part and real strength of Christianity.
Aries and Bajko (1984) stated that, ‘From the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries onwards, Lodging Schools became widespread in most parts of Europe, and constituted an important element in education Systems. During the Reformation, the number of these Schools increased, and they became an integral part of the effort to spread Protestantism or to renew the strength and hold of the old religion.’
The students of lodging Schools are lead hard life under the social pressure due to the academic poor performance. Teachers and other School authorities stress the students, so they used different kinds of addictions and physical abuse to other students. They also act as deviant person in the society. They went too completely against in society.
Moswela (2004) concluded that, ‘The mention of students’ discipline problems to many people in the educational context brings to mind the notion of violence in Schools; alcohol and drug indulgence; lesson interruptions; poor performance; stress to teachers and School authorities; and physical abuse to other students. Schools, once regarded as places of comfort, safe learning, and socialization, are increasingly becoming places in society of youth anti-social behavior. Students have lost respect to authority, to their peers and to themselves. They also pay less value to the resources that support their learning. Schools are gradually developing into places where students, through peer influence, indulge in alcohol, drugs and all sorts of antisocial behavior.’ The lodging School is not only the way just extra activities but also it is sometimes very important and it helps in outstanding rules and regulation too as under,
Cookson and Persell (1985) stated that, ‘Generally, it seems that lodging Schools do not deviate from these generalizations. Moreover, when they are viewed from the aspect of their stated and covert aims, and when their activities are examined on the level of social mobility or the stability of their graduates’ status, they not only do not appear as exceptions to the rule but sometimes seem to be outstanding implementers.’
Lodging schools have over crowded hostels low quality food and poor administration in these schools learning is nothing because teacher are very strict, so student feel hesitation and fear to ask any thing on the other hand, day school student learn nothing because of their duty at the gate to control the other students and also they perform as recipients. They learned everything for the guests, visitors and outside surrounding environment. These unfortunate students learnt nothing but dressing.
Cottle (2004) worked that, ‘In such heterogeneous groups, one group may claim dominance and superiority over the others, and if resisted, this can lead to serious conflicts. This is quite common and normal particularly where young people stay together as a group on a more permanent basis at a place such as a School hostel. Seniority or dominance could be claimed on the basis of who arrived first in the School or on the basis of age or even on economic backgrounds. Influences over others can manifest itself through aggressiveness, coercion, and outright force. The lodging School student face different problem like overcrowding in class rooms and hostels, noises of students from other classes, food quality and water. There are no health facilities and not good lightening System as under,
Holsinger, Jacob and Migimu (2002), describe problems faced by lodging Students included overcrowding in the students’ hostels, inadequate and low quality food, and scarcity of water, noise from class or neighboring classes. Other problems include lack of good lighting System, interference from friends in the same or other classes and disturbances from non-human activities like mosquitoes.
Hoerig (2002), ‘A day boy gets on better with his work, as his parents help him with any little thing he does not understand. At a lodging-School the master says something you do not grasp. You ask him again and again to explain. In the end you pretend to understand, because you are afraid he will get angry. Moreover, a day boy learns better manners, for at home visitors are frequent, and you get used to the way of entertaining them.
In lodging schools teachers are dominant are the students. The students are not allowed to ask something, they are only like puppets. They must pretend into understand everything because they are afford. The teacher will get angry. The lodging schools learn nothing but dressing. The students are asked to be extra vagrant in dress. The student thinks of only dress in after the schools days; the students have to have different dresses for every day. Then they get debt and at last sell their houses, and go to live in hurt. When staring there they tear there cloths and smeared them mud and go out to ask for work and bread. That is sort of education, the students gets in lodging schools..
Kashti (1979) declared that, Lodging Schools usually focus on purposes and means similar to those of day Schools, but operate in different dimensions of time and space. These dimensions tend to create a more intensive environment of socialization, reflected in increased involvement of participants in the organization and construction of an insulated framework which tends to limit the conflicts characteristic of relatively open educational organizations.
The lodging school students lived away from his family. Mostly students are victims of homesickness, than they are not attention their studies. Lodging schools education it’s not fair and adequate especially for little children on the other side the young children live separately from their families and parents.
Frazer (1985) that, ‘if young students living away from home are homesick, and as a result have difficulty concentrating or coping with academic work, then this could have adverse effects on student achievements.’ This isolation affects psychologically. This school affects the skills of the children. Hats why, the students of lodging schools do not concentrate their education and it affects their academic education as well as professional learning.
Cinoglu (2012) dispute that, the lodging School is not good especially for small children. Living separate from family and lack of affection creates physiological problems on children. They also do not have skill to take care of themselves. The experiences in lodging School sometimes ruthless. Many children do not survive in this Schools System. Some students ignored. These lodging School insufficient medical care and diet. The lodging School experiences in some cases the student become pain and some cases the murder case occurred. There are many cases in which the many children effected in sexually abused, physically abused, physically punishment and emotionally abused exist. All these things affect the student education, effect the personality of the student and its achievement of the students.
Scheerens (2000) defines ‘School Effectiveness’ as the achievement of the school and compare with other some standard schools “school effectiveness is seen as the degree to which schools achieve their goals, in comparison with other schools that are equalized in terms of student intake, through manipulation of certain conditions by the school itself in the immediate school context. The emphasis of the teacher in the classroom with the students is matter under discussion on review. The research is now focusing on the reason of making a link with the learning objectives in the changing world.
Jovanovic and Nyarko (1995) Showed that at the first glance, apprenticeships might appear to be general training, that is applicable at least in all of the firms within an industry, if not more generally. As noted, this is how they have been understood in Germany. However, the nature of the training acquired in Ghana is far more specific’specific to the firm’s providing the training, reflecting the firm’s technology and business practice.
Kelly (1998) concluded that the economy of Philippine performed poorly in the decade of 1986. Govt felt a need to promote both equitable access in education and social justice to generate employment and alleviate poverty combined with economic growth to control their economy decline. The Philippines-Australia Technical and Vocational Education Project (PATVEP) felt the need to up-grade the skills of semi-skilled technicians and skilled-graduates in response of rapid growth in poverty and unemployment. The plan emphases on small scale enterprises, labor intensive technology and rural based activities showed the need to raise and promote technical and vocational skills. This need was to be addressed by improving the quality of technical and vocational training at secondary and post-secondary schools.
Warwick & Reimers (1991), explain that learning is a multifaceted procedure, which is affect by a variety of factors. Researchers have attempted to cut off the effects of factors that affect education process. There is considerable confirmation that school amenities do not give to student attainment. The BRIDGES study of 500 Pakistani school bring into being no correlation between student achievement and the absence of furniture for teachers or students, whiteboards, wall charts, almirah, overcapacity in classrooms, whether the school has no toilet facilities or electricity, and whether the school has good or poor airing, enlightenment and cleanliness.
Smith (2009) argued that, lodging School experiences are above all cruel. Thousands of children did not survive these Schools, either through neglect, insufficient medical care, insufficient food, or even in some cases, murder and torture. Immeasurable children were also sexually, physically, and emotionally abused. The lodging School education is good for those who came from far away and receive the education. The lodging School provides the facilities for those students who travelled several miles. These students belong to the rural setting where there is only primary level education in urban centers and no secondary level education.

CHAPTER NO. 3
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
The objective of this research was to explain the tools, techniques and operationalization of the key concepts used in the study. Various tools and techniques employed for the collection, analysis and interpretation of the data.
3.1 RESEARCH DESIGN
Quantitative research design was used because the respondents will easily available. This study had covered the basic components of research, i.e. description and explanation in order to fulfill primary as well as secondary sources of information has been consulted, but this research was only descriptive level.
3.2 UNIVERSE
District D.G Khan Garrison Public School was selected as the universe for research.
3.3 TARGET POPULATION
The present study children’s were selected as the target population in Garrison Public School District D.G.KHAN.
3.4 SAMPLING TECHNIQUES
There are many sampling techniques used in social research. Researcher has used Stratified sampling in this research. List of passed out students were taken from the Garrison Public School District d g khan.
3.5 SAMPLE SIZE
It was not possible for the researcher to gather data from the whole universe because it consists of large population. It is very time consuming. It can also create the biasness and ambiguity in the study. Therefore, researcher has taken a sizeable sample of 100 respondents from the pass out students of Garrison Public School District d g khan which was the 10% of the total percentage passed out students from 2007 to 2010.The total population was 1000. After selecting the sample group it become easy to generalize the results on the whole population.
3.6 TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION
Questionnaire was used as the tool for data collection.
3.7 PRE-TESTING
The pretest is a tryout of questionnaire to see how it works and whether changes are necessary before the start of the full study. The pre-testing was done to check the workability of the questionnaire, on 10 respondents. After pre-testing few modifications, which were considered necessary, were made. In this way, it was tried to increase the workability of the questionnaire.
3.8 DATA COLLECTION
Along with finalized the tool the researcher personally approach the target area for the purpose of data collection. The data was collected through using face to face interview technique and the data was collected one by one from the selected sample. The researcher spent almost three weeks for this activity of data collection.
3.9 FIELD EXPERIENCES
Due to nature of the research, there were many difficulties found by researcher, especially the repo building with the respondents and the language problems. The respondents were hesitant to give accurate information about certain aspects. It was very difficult to convince them, transport problem also faced by the researcher. But researcher must be overcome all the problems before data collection.
3.10 DATA PROCESSING
Data processing is a link between data collection and data analysis. It involves the transformation of the observation gathered in field into a system of categories and the translation of these categories in to codes amenable to quantitative analysis
3.11 CODING
Coding is technical operation through which data are organized into categories and number or symbol is given to each item, according to class in which it falls. Thus counting the symbols gives us the total number of items in any given class. The main purpose of coding is to simplify the handling of many individual responses by classifying them into a smaller number of groups, each including responses that are similar in content. The researcher combined detailed information into a limited number of categories that enable simple description of the data and allowed for statistical analysis.
3.12 Data Analysis
In this research once data have been collected the second step usually involves the analysis of those data, Researcher have collected during research. There are different techniques and tools are used in research study draw the accurate result mostly. Researcher has used SPSS version 16 for data analysis, in which he has taken mean, median, mode, percentage and applied the chi-square test for testing the hypothesis.
3.13 PERCENTAGE
Percentages have been utilized for making comparison of various responses. The purpose of using percentage is to simplify the problem of comparison. Percentages serve to put qualitative characteristics into numerical form. Secondly, percentages reduce two frequency distributions to a common base. Percentages were worked out by using the following formula
F
P = —————–x 100
N
Where
P = Percentage
F = Absolute frequency
N = Total No. of items
level of significance is less than 0.05. In this study hypothesis is accepted and null hypothesis is rejected.
3.14 CONCEPTUALIZATION AND OPERATIONALIZATION
Conceptualization
Lodging School
1. A private School where students are lodged and fed as well as taught Collins (2005).
2. A high School or elementary School which has living accommodations for its students McGraw-Hill (2003).
Education
According to Britannica encyclopedia (2010) Education is ‘A discipline that is concerned with method of teaching and learning in Schools or School- like environments as opposed to various non-formal and informal means of socialization (e.g., rural development projects and education through parents child relationships).education can be thought of as the transmission of the values and accumulated knowledge of a society. In this sense, it is equivalent to what social scientists term socialization or enculturation.’
According to the Mountain Institute for Educational Development (MIED) (2009), ‘Education is concerned with the development of a whole person. It involves students acquiring knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that will be part of their life. It also involves caring for the development of individual intellectual, emotional, social and physical growth.’
Professional Achievements
There is no proper definition of professional achievements so the researcher explained separately and operationalize comprehensively.
Professional
1. A person following a profession, especially a learned profession Mifflin (2000).
2. One who earns a living in a given or implied occupation: hired a professional to decorate the house Mifflin (2000).
3. A skilled practitioner; an expert Collins (2003).
Achievements
1. Something accomplished successfully, especially by means of exertion, skill, practice, or perseverance Mifflin (2009).
2. Something accomplished, as through great effort, skill, perseverance, or courage Kernerman Webster’s College Dictionary (2010).
Operationalization
Lodging School
According to the Harper Collin defined the lodging Schools, it’s an establishment which are controlled privately and they are given the education by tuition. The lodging School defined as a located area, it’s a completely sources of business, money or employment.
Education
According to Collins English dictionary the act or process of acquiring knowledge, especially systematically during childhood and adolescence learning. According to the located area the education defined as a knowledge acquiring for the gaining of their job for securing of their future and betterment for life in the society, but they failed in their professional achievements.

CHAPTER NO.4
RESULTS
Table No 4.1 Age of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percentage
22 to 25 79 79
26 to 29 21 21
Total 100 100

Discussion
The above table describe the frequency distribution of the age of respondents is that the 79% of the respondents respond who were the age was 22to 25.the 21% of the respondent was the age group 26 to 29.

Table No 4.2 Qualification of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
Bachelor 29 29.0
Masters 63 63.0
Mphil 8 8.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
According to the above table describe the frequency distribution of the qualification of the respondent was the 29% of bachelor. The 63% respondent was the master degree holder and 8% respondent of the M.Phil. Degrees holder.

Table No 4.3 Profession of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
Government employee 17 17.0
Private employee 22 22.0
Own business 9 9.0
Student 9 9.0
Unemployed 43 43.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the profession the 17% of the respondent of the government employees. The 22% of the respondent was the private employees. There were 9% of the respondent were the own business and 9% of the student as well as the above table shows the 43% of the respondent were unemployed.

Table No 4.4 Family Structure of the Respondent
Category Frequency Percent
Nuclear 36 36.0
Joint 59 59.0
Extended 5 5.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
According to the above table the frequency distribution of the family structure of the respondent were the 36% of the nuclear System. the 59% of the respondent were settled in the joint family System, and 5% of the respondent were lived in extended family structure ,the reason was that the mostly families in Pakistan lived in joint family structured in rural setting and mostly Lodging School students from rural areas.

Table No 4.5 Total Family Members of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
1 to 3 3 3.0
4 to 6 34 34.0
7 to to 9 14 14.0
More than 9 49 49.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table of the frequency distribution of the total family members of the respondent were the 3% of the 1 to 3.there were 34% of the respondent were 7 to 9 family members. There were the 14% of the respondent of family members 10 to 12, and there were 49% of the respondent having the more than 12 members.

Table No 4.6 Locality of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
Rural 72 72.0
Urban 28 28.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table of the frequency distribution of the locality of respondent, the 72% of the respondent was settled in rural areas and 28% of the respondents were in lived in urban areas. Mostly students of lodging School were coming from rural areas.

Table No 4.7 Father profession of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
Government employee 4 4.0
Private employee 7 7.0
Land owner 63 63.0
Own business 26 26.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above tables of the frequency distribution of father profession of the respondent were the 4% of government employee. The 7% of father profession were the private employees, and the 63% of the respondent father profession were the land owner. The 26% of the respondent father profession was the own business.

Table No 4.8 Total families Monthly Income of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
30000 to 36000 1 1.0
More than 36000 99 99.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table of the frequency distribution of the respondent of total family monthly income ,the 99% of the respondent total family monthly income were more than 36000,and 1% of the respondent total family monthly income were 30000 to 36000.

Table No 4.9 Father Qualifications of the Respondents
Category Frequency Percent
Uneducated 9 9.0
Primary/Middle 79 79.0
Matric/Intermediate 12 12.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table of the frequency distribution of the respondent of father qualification. The 9% of respondent father qualification were uneducated. The 79% respondent father qualifications were primary and middle. The reason was that the mostly students of lodging School were in rural setting and the people of rural setting are less educated. The 12% respondent father qualifications were metric and intermediate.

Table No 4.10 Respondent regarding joining the lodging School
Category Frequency Percent
1 to 5 class 31 31.0
6 to 8 class 24 24.0
9 to 10class 12 12.0
11 to 12 class 33 33.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
According to above given table of the frequency distribution of respondent is that which class joined the lodging School.31% of the respondent was joined the lodging School in primary level. The 24% respondent joined the lodging School of class 6 to 8 class. The 12% respondent joined the School in metric level, and 33% respondent joined the lodging School in intermediate level.

Table No 4.11 Respondent regarding Motivations
Category Frequency Percent
Himself 5 5.0
Parents 32 32.0
Any other 63 63.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondent. The 63% respondents respond that other people motivated to lodging School education. The 32% respondents were say the parents motivate for lodging School education. The 5% respondents motivate him for lodging School.

Table No 4.12 Respondent regarding Personal interests in lodging School
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 30 30.0
No 70 70.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 70% respondents were not personally interested for lodging School System education. The 30% respondent personally interested for Lodging School System education.

Table No 4.13 Respondent about Interest in Study
Category Frequency Percent
Interested 8 8.0
Very interested 19 19.0
Total 27 27.0
-9 73 73.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table described the frequency distribution of the respondent. The 19% percent of the respondent were very interested in studying Lodging School. The percentage of those who interested was 8%.the 73% respondent did not take the response that question.

Table No 4.14 Respondent about Student Counseling

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 29 29.0
No 71 71.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent is that the 71% respondent responds that there were no students counseling at lodging School campus. The 29% respondent’s responds there were students counseling exist in lodging School campuses.

Table No 4.15 Respondent about Physical Punishment

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 99 99.0
No 1 1.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondents is that; the 98% respondents were arguing that the students faced physically punishment from teachers. The 1% respondents said the students did not face physical punishment from the teachers.

Table No 4.16 Respondent regarding Important Decision about Education
Category Frequency Percent
Family 75 75.0
Friends 11 11.0
Teacher 14 14.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondents. The 75% respondents respond the family helps the important decisions regarding education. The 14% respondents respond, they get help take important decision from teachers. The percentage of those respondents who get help to take important decision from friends.

Table No 4.17 Respondent about the Teacher Behavior

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 63 63.0
No 37 37.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent of satisfaction of the teacher behavior. The 63% respondents were satisfied with the teacher behavior in lodging School. The percentage of those respondents who were not satisfied with the teacher’s behavior was 37%.

Table No 4.18 Respondent about Higher Education

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 41 41.0
No 59 59.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondents. The 59% respondents respond the teachers of lodging School System did not motivate for higher education. The percentage of those respondents responds, those the teachers at lodging School System motivate for higher education were 41%.

Table No 4.19 Respondent regarding the Solution of Student Problems

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 91 91.0
No 9 9.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondents; the 91% respondents respond this question that in lodging School System the teachers take interest to solve the problems of students. The percentage of those respondents respond that teacher not interested solve students problem were 9%.

Table No 4.20 Respondent about Equally treat with all Students
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 17 17.0
No 83 83.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describe the frequency distribution of the respondents is that the 83% of respondents respond they did not agree the teachers at lodging School System treat equally with all students. The 17% respondents respond that teachers treat equally all the students.

Table No 4.21 Respondent about Statuses of the Students
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 27 27.0
Disagree 18 18.0
Agree 53 53.0
Strongly agree 2 2.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table described the frequency distribution of the respondents that the 53% of the respondents respond were agree that the teachers judged students on the bases of socio economic statuses. The percentage of that they respond the strongly disagree were 27%.the 18% of the respondent respond were disagree of that question, and the 2% of the respondent respond were strongly agree that the teachers judge the students on the socio economic statuses.

Table No 4.22 Respondent concerning develop the Conceptual Ability
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 21 21.0
No 79 79.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table described the frequency distribution of the respondent were that the 79% of the respondents responds were negative that lodging School helps the develop the conceptual ability of the students. Because the many students of boarders were crammer. The percentages of those respondents that they understand the lodging Schooling helps to develop the conceptual ability of the students were 21%.

Table No 4.23 Respondent concerning to confidence level of the students
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 7 7.0
Disagree 63 63.0
Undecided 3 3.0
Agree 20 20.0
Strongly agree 7 7.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table described the frequency distribution of the respondents that the 63% of respondents respond disagree that the lodging Schooling develops the confidence level of the students. The reason behind that mostly boarders have lack of confidence, because they lived in one place and their thinking were become same as box. They cannot communicate easily .the hesitation found among the boarders. The 20% of the respondents respond were agreeing. The percentage of strongly disagree and strongly agree were the 7% each respectively. The percentage of those respondent were undecided that question were 3%.

Table No 4.24 Respondent regarding the develop decision making power
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 26 26.0
Disagree 29 29.0
Undecided 7 7.0
Agree 22 22.0
Strongly agree 16 16.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondent. The 29% of the respondents were disagreeing that lodging Schooling helps to decision making power in the students. The 26% of the respondents were strongly agreeing that question. The reason behind that when students passed out the School many students don’t make decision power for their studies, ultimately the results was against the students. The 22% of the respondents were agree that lodging Schooling helps the decision to develop the decision making power among the students. The percentage of those respondents who were strongly agree that question were 16% and those who were undecided the percentage was 7%.
Table No 4.25 Respondent about the Cramming Methodology to Secure Good Grades
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 2 2.0
Disagree 16 16.0
Undecided 8 8.0
Agree 31 31.0
Strongly agree 43 43.0
Total 100 100.0
Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondents. The 43% of the respondents were strongly agreed that the Lodging School favors the cramming methodology to secure good grades in the exams. The 31% respondents respond were agree that cramming method exists in lodging School for good grades. Hats why many students got good grades in Lodging School, but after passed out mostly boarders are failed the competitive and entry tests. The percentage of those respondents who were disagree that the Lodging School favors the cramming methodology to secure good grades in the exams. The 8% of the respondents respond were undecided and 2% of the respondents were strongly agreeing that cramming methodology.
Table No 4.26 Respondent regarding the Traditional Method of teaching
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 1 1.0
Disagree 28 28.0
Undecided 1 1.0
Agree 23 23.0
Strongly Agree 47 47.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describe the frequency distribution of the respondents respond the percentage of those who were strongly agree the lodging Schools are still using traditional method of teaching were 47%.the percentage of those who were disagree that lodging Schools are using traditional method of teaching. The 23% of the respondents respond were agree that lodging Schools still using traditional method of teaching. The reasons are that in Lodging School administration for reputation of Schools they taught late at night to the students. They used traditional method of teaching to secure good results. The percentage of those who were undecided and strongly disagree was 1% each.
Table No 4.27 Respondent about the Quality of Education
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 47 47.0
No 53 53.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondents’ .the 53% of the respondents were responding that Lodging Schools were not providing quality education. Because the reason behind that specific response is the Lodging Schools were not conduct the learning activity like as presentation and orientation. No doubt the academic achievement of the students was satisfactory but only academic was not enough. The 47% of the respondents respond that the Lodging School System was providing quality education.

Table No 4.28 Respondent perception regarding the Sexual abuse in Lodging School.
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 9 9.0
Disagree 15 15.0
Undecided 3 3.0
Agree 15 15.0
Strongly agree 58 58.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table mentions the frequency distribution of the respondent. The 58% of the respondent were strongly agreed the sexual abuse was common phenomenon in Lodging School System. The 15% of the respondent were agreeing that sexual abuse was exists in lodging School System. Many cases of sexual abuse exist in lodging School. The percentages of those whose response were disagreeing and strongly disagree were 15% and 9% each respectively. The 3% of the respondent were undecided.

Table No 4.29 Respondent concerning depressed of living in same building.
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 5 5.0
Agree 41 41.0
Undecided 2 2.0
Disagree 33 33.0
Strongly agree 19 19.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describe the frequency distribution of the respondent that 41% respondent respond were agree the student become depressed of living in a same building. The 33% of the respondent respond that they were disagree the student become depressed of living in same building. The 19% of respondent were strongly agreeing that question. The percentage of those respondent who were strongly disagree and undecided were 5% and 2% each respectively.

Table No 4.30 Respondent about Negative influence on Parent’s
Children’s Relationship
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 19 19.0
Disagree 12 12.0
Undecided 4 4.0
Agree 40 40.0
Strongly agree 25 25.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondent were that the 40% of the respondent responds were agree that the lodging School has negative influence on parents child relationships. The 25% respondents were strongly agreed that question. The 19% of the respondent were strongly disagreed that the lodging School has negative influence on child and parents relationships. The percentage of those who were disagreed and undecided 12% and 4% each respectively.

Table No 4.31 Respondent about the Check and Balance in Diet Quality
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 4 4.0
Disagree 47 47.0
Agree 35 35.0
Strongly agree 14 14.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table focused the frequency distribution of the respondents, the 47% respondents respond disagree the proper check and balance in diet quality. The 35% respondents respond were agree in diet quality. The percentage of 14% of respondents responds were strongly agrees and 4% were strongly disagree on the proper check and balanced in diet quality.

Table No 4.32 Respondent Concerning to Health problems and Diet quality
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 1 1.0
Disagree 27 27.0
Undecided 6 6.0
Agree 18 18.0
Strongly agree 48 48.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondent. The 48% of the respondent were strongly agreed that health problems occur because of food quality. The reason was that the same food pattern again and again and hygienic problem also exists. The 27% of the respondent were disagreed that the health problems occur because of food quality. The 18% respondents agree that statement. The percentages of those who were undecided and strongly disagree were 6% and 1% each respectively.

Table No 4.33 Respondent about to Sports Facilities

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 17 17.0
No 83 83.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 57% of the respondents responds were favors that sports facilities in lodging School. The percentage of those who were not favors the above given question were 43%.

Table No 4.34 Respondent regarding to Recreational facilities
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 17 17.0
No 83 83.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent that 83% of the respondent were not favors that the recreational facilities in lodging School. The respondent said that there were no concepts extracurricular activities like newspaper, television and other recreational facilities. The percentage of those who favors that question was 17%.

Table No 4.35 Respondent Concerning to Proficiency of English.

Category Frequency Percent
Disagree 17 17.0
Agree 54 54.0
Strongly agree 29 29.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 54% of the respondent response were agree that lodging School System which made students proficient in reading and writing of English. The 29% of the respondent responds were strongly agreed the above given question. The percentage of those who disagreed that question were 17%.

Table No 4.36 Respondent regarding Computer Skills
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 28 28.0
No 72 72.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondent that 72% of the respondent responds were not favors that the computer skills developed in lodging School. The percentage of those who were favors that computer skills developed in Lodging School was 28%.

Table No 4.37 Respondent regarding the Admission in Standard institution
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 71 71.0
No 29 29.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 71% of the respondent response were that their admission in standard institution after passing out from lodging School. The reason was that there are no doubt mostly students got good academic achievements. The percentage of those respondents who did not got admission in standard institution after passing out from lodging School.

Table No 4.38 Respondent about Enrolled Institute
Category Frequency Percent
Medical college 10 10.0
Engineering College 22 22.0
Any other 39 39.0
Total 71 71.0
-9 29 29.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent that 39% of the respondent response that there enrollment were in management institution, agricultural institution and some in natural science and social science institution. The 22% of the respondent response were that they were enrolled in Engineering College. The percentage of those respondents who enrolled in medical college was 10%.the 29% of the respondent did not responds this question.

Table No 4.39 Respondent regarding Skills through lodging School
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 58 58.0
No 42 42.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table shows the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 58% of the respondent responds were that they have improved the skills through lodging School education. The percentage of those who not favors that question was 42%.

Table No 4.40 Respondent about to Job
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 26 26.0
Disagree 28 28.0
Undecided 9 9.0
Agree 33 33.0
Strongly Agree 4 4.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 33% of the respondent response were agreed that lodging School graduates can get jobs. The 28% of the respondent disagree that question. The 26% respondent responses were strongly disagreed that the boarders’ student can get jobs. The percentages of those who were undecided and strongly agree that question were 9% and 4%.

Table No 4.41 Respondent regarding kind of Job
Category Frequency Percent
Government Sector 22 22.0
Private sector 27 27.0
Unemployed 51 51.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondent that 51% of the respondent did not have job after lodging School education. The 22% of the respondent were the private employees. The percentage of those who were the government sector employee was 22%.

Table No 4.42 Respondent about the Role of garrisons School System in job
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 43 43.0
No 57 57.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondent. That 57% of the respondent response was not favors that role of garrison School System in getting specific jobs. The percentages of those who were the favors that question were the 43%.

Table No 4.43 Respondent regarding Salary Package
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 13 13.0
No 36 36.0
Total 49 49.0
-9 51 51.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondents that 36% respondent response was not favors because they were not satisfied with the present salary packages. The percentage of those who were satisfied with present salary packages. The 51% of the respondent did not take the response that specific question.

Table No 4.44 Respondent regarding Promotion
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 10 10.0
No 39 39.0
Total 49 49.0
-9 51 51.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondent that the 39% of the respondent response was that they did not have promotion easily. The percentage of those who got promotion easily was 10%.the 51% of the respondent did not take the respond that question.

Table No 4.45 Respondent regarding the Present Achieved Status
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 37 41.0
No 63 59.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion]
The above table illustrates the frequency distribution of the respondents that 63% of the respondents were not favors that respondent satisfied with the present achieved status after being graduates from Garrison School System. The percentage of those who favors that question of achieved status was 37%.

Table No 4.46 Respondent regarding the competent level and professional fields
Category Frequency Percent
Strongly disagree 24 24.0
Disagree 43 43.0
Undecided 12 12.0
Agree 13 13.0
Strongly Agree 8 8.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondents that the 43% respondent’s response was that lodging School students are more competent than normal students in professional fields. The percentage of those who strongly disagree were 24%.the percentage of those who agree that question were 13%.the percentage of those who were undecided and strongly agree was 12% and 8% each respectively.

Table No 4.47 Respondent regarding the Suggestion to others

Category Frequency Percent
Yes 17 17.0
No 83 83.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondents that the 83% of the respondent’s response were not favors to suggest the others for lodging School. The percentage of those who favors to suggest the others for lodging School was 17%.

Table No 4.48 Respondent Concerning the Suggestion for Lodging School improvements
Category Frequency Percent
Yes 88 88.0
No 12 12.0
Total 100 100.0

Discussion
The above table describes the frequency distribution of the respondents that 88% of the respondent’s response was that suggestion for improvements for lodging School. The percentage of those who did not wants suggestion for improvement for the lodging School.

HYPOTHESIS TESTING
No 1. There is a significant relation between lodging School education and professional achievement of the student.
Were you interested personally in Lodging School System of education? Lodging Schooling helps to develop decision making power in the students Total
Strongly disagree Disagree Undecided Agree Strongly agree
Yes 0 8
0 22 0 30
No 23 24 7 0 16 70
Total 26 29 7 22 16 100
Chi-Square= 79.006 d.f= 4 p=0.00
Discussion
The above table describes 23% respondents responds strongly disagree that Lodging School help to develop among the students decision making power. The 29% of the respondents response were disagree that Lodging School helps to develop the decision making power in the students. The percentage of those who agree that statements were 22%.the percentage of those who strongly agree and undecided were 16% and 8% each respectively.

CHAPTER NO. 5
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION
5.1 Discussion
The same problems were also prevails in Garrison pubic School, the students were completely depressed under the many problems. The hypothesis was completely improved by the findings of the present’s research. The socialization of the students was not so good in the academies. The hypothesis was strongly accepted according to findings. Majority of the students were completely based on cramming methodology. Their critical thinking was very limited. They did not know about the other extracurricular activities, due to these draw backs they did not achieve the professional achievements.
There are many problems in academic carriers among the academies students. Students are gained the academic achievements but they are not gained their professional achievements. The academies are only the source of business in Pakistan. Pakistan is a third world country. There are many problems of employments for the professionals. The majority of the people which are getting the higher academic achievements but they did not get the job then they make the academies on their own basis. They make their own business for securing their life then they improve their academy name they are completely control the students for the reputation for their academy. According to the findings, majority of the students did not get the professional achievements. Table no 4.23 illustrate the majority of the respondents response that the 63% of respondents respond disagree that the Lodging Schooling develops the confidence level of the students. The reason behind that mostly boarders have lack of confidence, because they lived in one place and their thinking ability were very low. They cannot communicate easily. The hesitation found among the boarders. The 20% of the respondents respond were agreeing, but they were very intelligent and God gifted students.
The percentage of strongly disagree and strongly agree were the 7% each respectively. The percentage of those respondent were undecided that question were 3%. At the same problem discussed the Hoerig in (2002) A day boy gets on better with his work, as his parents help him with any little thing he does not understand. At a Lodging School the master says something you do not grasp. You ask him again and again to explain. In the end you pretend to understand, because you are afraid he will get angry. On the other hand the respondent response about the other question in which the discussed about the getting good grades in academic study, Table No 4.25 describes that the 43% of the respondents were strongly agreed that the Lodging School favors the cramming methodology to secure good grades in the exams. The 31% respondents respond were agree that cramming method exists in Lodging School for good grades. That’s why many students got good grades in Lodging School, but after passed out mostly boarders are failed the competitive and entry tests. The percentage of those respondents who were disagree that the Lodging School favors the cramming methodology to secure good grades in the exams. The 8% of the respondents respond were undecided and 2% of the respondents were strongly agreeing that cramming methodology. Some scholars were also argued that about the getting good grades in academies. Majority of the respondent response that the students of the academies are depressed under the different pressures in which they are completely lose their confidence. In 2009 smith tells us that Lodging School experiences are particularly brutal. Thousands of children did not survive these Schools, either through neglect, inadequate medical care, inadequate food, or even in some cases, murder and torture. Countless children were also sexually, physically, and emotionally abused.
5.2 Conclusion
To conclude the topic firstly the researcher introduced the topic which was the impact of Lodging School education and its impact on professional achievements of the passed out student, and then started from the history. Afterword’s the researcher described the present research in Pakistan context and further in locale context. The researcher the statement of problem and significance of the study. The researcher illustrates the review of literature of that topic.
Afterword the researcher illustrated the conceptualization which taken from the different encyclopedia and different dictionaries, and then the operationalization. The given definitions relate their topic. Hence the researcher used the research methodology. The universe of the study was Garrison Public higher secondary School and target population was passed out students of that School. The researcher takes the 100 respondents, and used the stratified sampling. The researcher gathered the data through self-administered questionnaire. After that the researcher finds the results and hypothesis proved. The Lodging School education impact on the professional achievements of the students because they faced difficulties in professional fields. Some students got the jobs and mostly are unemployed. Those who employed were not satisfied with their statuses.
5.3 Suggestions
In this present research, there are some suggestion by the researcher which can be helpful for the students in practical life and professional life. Firstly , there should be a proper counseling of the student and developed the confidence level among the student. There should be a proper orientation and presentation of the students in class rooms. Each and every student bound these activities. After that the recreational and sports facilities must provide the students. Through these ways students know how about the outer world of the academy. Secondly, there should be reduced the cramming System in the academies because students critical and conceptual abilities reduced through cramming. Thirdly there should be restriction on the physical punishment because its create the fear among the students. Many students leave from School. Majority of the student’s victim’s physical punishment in the Garrison Public School. After that there should be a control on sexual abuse in the academy because the sexual abuse and physical punishment affects the student psychological domain

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ANNEXURE
THE IMPACT OF SCHOOL SYSTEM PROVIDING LODGING ON THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE STUDENTS
(A CASE STUDY OF GARRISION PUBLIC HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL DISTRICT DERA GHAZI KHAN IN 2007-2010))
1. Name of the respondent”””””.
2. Age:
i. 22 to 25 ii. 26to 29 iii.30 to 33iv. more than
3. Qualification”””..
i. intermediate ii. Bachelor iii. Masters iv. Any other
4. Profession
i. Government employee ii. Private employee iii .Own business iv. Student v. Labor vi .Any others
5. Family structure
i. Nuclear ii.Joint iii. Extended
6. Total family members
I.1 to 3 ii.4 to 6 iii.7 to 9
v.10 to 12 v. More than 12
7. Locality
i. Rural ii. Urban 8. Father profession
i. Government employee ii. Private employee iv. Own business v. Any others
9. Totally family monthly income iii. Land owner
i. 7000 to 15000 ii.16000 to 22000 iii.23000 to 29000
iv. 30000 to 36000 v. More than 36000
10. Father qualification
i. Uneducated ii .Primary/Middle iii.Matric/Intermediate iv. Bachelor/Master v. M.Phil./Ph.D.
11. In which class you joined the Lodging School?
i. 1 to 5 class ii. 6 to 8 class
iii. 9 to 10class iv.11 to 12 class 12. Who motivated you for the Lodging School education?
i. Himself ii. Parents iii. Any other
13. Were you interested personally in Lodging School System of education?
i. Yes ii. No
14. If yes? How much you were interested to studying in Lodging School?
i. Not interested ii. Interested iii. Undecided iv. Very interested
15. Lodging School have a student’s counselor at campus?
i. Yes ii. No
16. According to you does students faced physically punishment from teacher?
i. Yes ii. No
17. From whom you get help to take important decisions regarding your education?
i. Family ii. Friends iii. Teacher iv. Any other
18. Were you satisfy with your teacher’s behavior?
i. Yes ii. No
19. Were those teachers at Lodging School System motivated you for higher education?
i. Yes ii. No
20. In Lodging School System normally Teachers take interest to solve the problem of students?
i. Yes ii. No
21. Do you agree that teachers at Lodging School System treat equally with all students?
i. Yes ii. No
22. Teachers judge students on the bases of socio- economic statuses.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
23. Do you agree that Lodging Schooling helps to develop the conceptual ability of the students?
i. Yes ii. No
24. Lodging Schooling normally develops the confidence level of the students
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
25.Lodging Schooling helps to develop decision making power in the students.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
26. Lodging School favors the cramming methodology to secure good grades in the exams.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
27. Do you agree that Lodging Schools are still using traditional methods of teaching?
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
28. Do you think the Lodging School System is providing quality of education?
i. Yes ii. No
29. Sexual abuse is common phenomena in Lodging School System.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
30. Students become depressed of living in a same building.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
31. Lodging School has negative influence on parent’schildren’s relationship.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
ii. Agree v. Strongly agree
32. There is a proper check and balance in diet quality in the Lodging School System.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
33. Do you agree that health problems occur because of food quality?
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided iv. Agree iv. Strongly agree
34. Were there sports facilities in Lodging School?
i. Yes ii. No
35. Were there recreational facilities in Lodging School?
i. Yes ii. No
36. It is the Lodging School System which made the student proficient in reading and writing of English.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided
iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
37. Have you developed computer skills in Lodging School?
i. Yes ii. No
38. Did you get the admission in standard institution after passing out from the Lodging School?
i. Yes ii. No
39. If yes? In What kind of institute you got enrolled?
i. Medical college ii. Engineering college
iii. Any other (Specify)”’.
40. Did you improve your skills through Lodging School education?
i. Yes ii. No
41. Lodging School graduates can get good jobs.
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
42. What kind of job you got after Lodging School education?
i.Government sector ii. Private sector iii. Any other
43. Do you think any kind of role of the Garrison School System in getting that specific job?
i. Yes ii. No
44. Are you satisfied with the present salary package?
1) Yes ii. No
45. Did you have promotion easily?
i. Yes ii. No
46. Are you satisfied with the present achieved status after being graduate from Garrison School System?
i. Yes ii. No
47.Do you think the Lodging School students are more competent than normal students in Professional fields?
i. Strongly disagree ii. Disagree iii. Undecided iv. Agree v. Strongly agree
48. Would you like to suggest the other for Lodging School?
i. Yes ii. No
49. Do you want to suggest any improvement for the Lodging School?
i. Yes ii. No

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