We find that leaders have various styles of leadership according to educational qualification because the qualification affects the leadership of school so the educational qualification is a great parameter of leadership performance (Baraiya, 1985; Shukla, 1981); it makes the differences in the leadership and in the styles. Therefore the.
In all the debate about the meaning and purpose of education there is one point on which the crustiest Mr Chips agrees with the most liberal experimenter: Education is more than qualifications. When I worked in publishing one of my tasks was to assess French language manuscripts. I do not speak French very well, but I do read French. I’m not.