The study was designed to investigate public perception of the NGO schools compared to the public & the private schools. Data for the study was collected from seven villages. The respondents were divided into educated, uneducated and religious groups. Interview schedule was administered to 105 respondents, i.e. 15 from each village and five from each category. Interviews of the respondents were conducted on the spot. The data collected was statistically analyzed. The study found that majority of the respondents supported the NGO schools and appreciated their role in providing education.

Amjad Reba, Muhammad Ibrahim Khattak. (2010) People’s Perception of the NGO, Public, and Private Schools, The Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, Volume-18, Issue-1.
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