Volume-7, Number - 2  
Month: July - December, 2011

Teacher Multi-Tasking Isn't it a cannibalizing strategy
Purna Prabhakar Nandamuri,
IBS, IFHE University,
Hyderabad - AP

K V Rao,
Acharya Nagarjuna University,
Guntur - AP

Page No. 181

Purpose/Aim: The quality and success of an educational system depends upon its teachers. Diverse forces encroach upon the essental purpose of the system. One such Indian specific factor is the multi-tasking work assgined to school teachers. The objective of this paper is to explore the impact of multi-tasking on the sucess of the school system.

Methodology/Approach : After reviewing the literature and a normative model is proposed to conduct an analysis of cultural tourism to discuss and establish the potential target market in the Southern region of Jalisco.

Findings/Conclusion: The results disclose that a majority of the public sector and aided schools are suffering from the problem of teacher multi-tasking and a good majority of the local body schools were losing more teacher-days per academic year directly impinging upon their professional responsibility.

Keywords: School Based Management, Professional Management, Teacher Multi-tasking, Non-Teaching Assignments, Teacher Management.